I don't have the game myself, so please correct me if I'm wrong, but all the other spells from Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment in LEGO seem to have incantations. Was the Trip Jinx not given one as well? I understand that the characters do not speak but rather they mumble, yet it seems we've found incantations from all the other spells. --Hunnie Bunn (Owl me!) 18:03, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- Nope. Spell's labeled as Trip Jinx throughout the game (in the PC verson, at least). -- 00:13, March 22, 2013 (UTC)
Possible but Unlikely Incantation of the Spell Edit
Hey guys! I was watching some videos on Youtube of the new opened Pottermore + PlayStation Home project and something rather peculiar cought my eye. During the duels in the Hogwarts Express, when someone casts the Knockback Jinx (Flipendo) on their opponents they litteraly TRIP and fall! I know this sounds crazy, because one incantation can't have two titles/names at the same time in J.K. Rowling's world but don't you think that Flipendo might be the incantation of the Trip Jinx? I myself hardly dare to believe it, because I hope J.K gives us a full list of the incantations of the spells that weren't mentioned anywhere (e.g the Bluebell Flames Spell, Disillusionment Charm etc.). So, what do you guys think? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by StormUnicorn95 (talk • contribs).
- Hi. Sorry, no offence, but I don't really think it's all that likely; Flipendo is "knocks opponent back", fitting the "TRIP and fall!" description, and is already referred to as both the Flipendo Jinx and the Knockback Jinx, and besides as you said J. K. Rowling has, like, an incantation for every spell. But who knows, it might be! And thanks for all your hard work towards building up the encyclopaedia =) --Hunnie Bunn (talk) 22:39, April 4, 2013 (UTC)
- Hey! Thanks to you too for answering! :) Yeah, like I said it's totally irrelevant and improbable. It's just, the effect of the Flipendo is a bit similar to this one, so I thought I'd share my thought, just in case, you know! :)