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'''''Vermillious''''' is a [[charm]] that precipitates red and orange sparks from the wand tip; these sparks emit a reddish smoke from them as well. They can be directed towards another to do damage, for example, in [[Duel|duelling]].
 
   
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'''''Vermillious''''' is a [[charm]] that precipitates red and orange sparks from the wand tip; these sparks emit a reddish smoke from them as well. They can be directed towards another to do damage, for example, in [[Duel|duelling]]. It is the lesser variant of ''[[Vermillious Duo]]'' and ''[[Vermillious Tria]]''.
*[[Dean Thomas]] used the spell sometime from [[1991]] to [[1993]], for an unknown reason.
 
   
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*''Vermillious ''derives from the English word ''Vermillion, ''a shade of brilliant red
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==Etymology==
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From the English word ''vermillion'', which is a shade of brilliant red.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 21:19, June 20, 2014

Vermillious
Vermillious
Incantation

Vermillious

Type

Charm

Light

Red

Effect

Jet of red sparks

Vermillious is a charm that precipitates red and orange sparks from the wand tip; these sparks emit a reddish smoke from them as well. They can be directed towards another to do damage, for example, in duelling. It is the lesser variant of Vermillious Duo and Vermillious Tria.

PractitionersEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the English word vermillion, which is a shade of brilliant red.

AppearancesEdit

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