I want all the sections to be in this page along with every other spell!Matthew Dale 02:57, January 24, 2010 (UTC)
Can all objects be summoned? Because in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, 'Harry is seen summoning Neville's wand. But if wands can be summoned, how come Horcruxes can't be. It's not like there's a rule against summoning magical objects, is there? Dement0r 18:58, June 28, 2011 (UTC)
- Horcruxes most likely have a spell or charm put on them so that they cannot be summoned by the Accio spell.Piper13 01:19, November 22, 2011 (UTC)
Er, what does it mean in latin
The larger the object and the farther away it is, the stronger the summoning charm needs to be. But i wonder, with a strong enough charm, could you summon people? Voldemort could easily get hold of Harry and Hermione could more easily find her parents, I'm sure there are many other possibilities aswell.
220.127.116.11 01:18, January 15, 2012 (UTC)Ariana Dumbledore
I was reading a HP fanfiction and this spell came up so I came here to look how to say it right and I looked up some more on this spell. Since it's an actual Latin word I was wondering if since the UK audio book and games and the US audio book use different ways of pronunciation along with the Anglo-Catholic pronunciation being different from them should we add the other pronunciations to go with the movie version?Kyuu19 (talk) 04:49, May 21, 2014 (UTC)
The article states.
Horcrux can nullify the effect of the charm no matter how clear the caster thinks of its.
I always got the impression that additional charms need to be placed on Horcruxes to prevent summoning, just like on any other object.
My impression is supported by Dumbledore letting Harry try to summon it in the cave in HBP. (He wouldn't have let him try if this was generally impossible. Both of them did not know that the true Horcrux was not there anymore.)