It's seen in the first film, but from what we know from higher canom, we should assume that either only the theory is covered or that it's taught in sixth and seventh years. It's Human Transfiguration.Rodolphus 13:09, August 4, 2011 (UTC)
- The blackboard is seen on the scene in which the trio asks McGonagall to send for Dumbledore ("He received an urgent owl from the Ministry of Magic, and left immediately for London"). We don't know what year had been having Transfiguration on that classroom (and, in fact, the fact that Harry, Ron and Hermione's comment just a few minutes before about just having finished their exams makes it even more unlikely that they had been having Transfiguration). -- 02:54, March 11, 2013 (UTC)
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Hi. I wondered if anyone knew what the blank said - I think it starts with "d". For bullet two in the image on the page, I got most of it, it's just that one word that I can't seem to read right. "'Complications in ______ Transfiguration' p. 17-27". I know it says "complications", "transfiguration" and "p. 17-27" because I can see it crystal-clear on the film on my laptop. --Hunnie Bunn 00:59, March 11, 2013 (UTC)
- It seems to be "'Complications in Iguana Transfiguration' p. 17-27", or at least I think that's it. -- 02:45, March 11, 2013 (UTC)
- Since A Guide to Advanced Transfiguration seems to be used for sixth and seventh year transfiguration and the homework list "Complications in Iguana Transfiguration" appears on seems to concern sixth or (more probably) seventh year transfiguration, can we assume Complications in Iguana Transfiguration appears there? Would a (possibly) in a list of contents for that book be notable? And should I create a page for it? --Am I annoying you yet? If not, let me know when I am. 20:20, March 22, 2013 (UTC)