My Notes, From A Ravenclaw (Year 1)

written by Anne Pickering

These are my notes for all classes through year 1. There are 7 course in the first year. Charms, History of Magic, Herbology, Potions, Transfiguration, DADA, and Astronomy. I will add as I am able. Please check back for new content.

Please keep in mind, these are only major points and not to be substituted for the actual lessons!

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Tnfg 101 Week 4

Chapter 27

Avifors: Most commonly identified as the premise to all
Transfigurative spells. It is both the most simplistic and the most
dangerous, owing to the magical energy it holds and generates.


Draconifors:
Most commonly known as “The Life-Giving Dragon Spell”. It is unique in
that it wields it’s own unique temperament and has an immense variation
in the way it reacts to magical applications to it.


Snufflifors:
Sometimes regarded as pointless, but the most precise teacher for
precision and decorum in wrist movement and timing of incantations.

Fera Verto, seeks to make the animate become inanimate.Used
specifically upon animals typically smaller than a shoebox, Fera Verto
enables the caster to transfigure a given living creature into their
choice of crockery.

Fera Verto is performed by using three very sharp, precise taps just
above the object, before pronouncing the incantation at the very end.

A silver beam, or occasionally a fog and will swirl around the creature
from its base to its top, transfiguring it into the desired item.

The first account of the spell however, comes from a scroll dated 986BC, written by Al-Zir Sangrobous

The spell was only brought back into legal use within society during the reign of King Athelstan (924-940AD).

Used for domestic use (in-home magic), Commercial (When mixed with dragon
blood, the spell is amplified to a greater extent enabling intense
duration) and entertainment (Stage wizards performing shows for petty
cash).

It teaches the first premise of Animate-Inanimate Transfigurations, and
leads on to more advanced magic within this field. It teaches precision
and art, and the importance of locking away all aspects of the creature
to keep it safe. On occasion, with lack of concentration, the two forms
will combine, and the animal will still behave as itself, but in the
shape of the required crockery. Thus it is important to remember the
importance of concentrations and Magical Fields.

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