• Spells Broom charm, presumably to overcome difficulties with backing up. This spell appears on page twelve of the Handbook of Do-It-Yourself Broom Care, which Hermione mail-ordered for Harry’s 13th birthday (PA2). Read More
• Spells The antler jinx, as the name suggests, causes the victim to sprout antlers. Pansy Parkinson, a member of the hated Inquisitorial Squad, was the victim of this jinx as Hogwarts students rebelled against their new Headmistress, Dolores Umbridge: Filch prowled the corridors with a horsewhip ready in his hands, desperate… Read More
• Spells Engorges an opponent’s “bogies” to bat-size, gives them wings, and sets them to attacking his or her face. Read More
• Spells The Bedazzling Hex is a spell which causes the target object to temporarily blind any observer. The spell can be used to create invisibility cloaks (DH21).  … Read More
• Spells A simple charm requiring force of mind, this spell requires the caster to visualize his or her worst fear in an amusing form while reciting the incantation. When performed correctly, this forces the boggart to take on an appearance which will inspire the laughter that forms an effective defense against the… Read More
• Spells According to Rita Skeeter, excited crowd members during Quidditch World Cup matches have in the past used Bridging Charms to create walkways over the other spectators to reach celebrities in the VIP boxes (Pm). Read More
• Spells When an unauthorized person enters the target area while the effect is running, a caterwauling noise will be set off. Read More
• Spells Attempted by caretaker Rancorous Carpe in 1876 to keep Peeves the poltergeist inside a “vast enchanted bell jar,” but the plan failed when Peeves broke the glass and escaped armed with weaponry (Pm). If only he had used an Unbreakable Charm, too. Read More