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Is crucio a spell in Harry Potter?


  1. Is crucio a spell in Harry Potter?
  2. What is Imperio in Harry Potter?
  3. How do you use Imperio?
  4. What does Imperio spell do?

Is crucio a spell in Harry Potter?

3. Crucio — causes opponent unbearable pain. The Latin word for "cross" is "crux," and the verb "cruciare" means "to crucify/torture." Crucio means "I torture," which is literally what the spell does in "Harry Potter." Crucio is one of the Unforgiveable Curses — meaning its use is punishable by death.

What is Imperio in Harry Potter?

The Imperius Curse (Imperio) was a tool of the Dark Arts, and was one of the three Unforgivable Curses. When cast successfully, the curse placed the victim completely under the caster's control, though a person with exceptional strength of will could resist it. A person under the curse was said to be Imperiused.

How do you use Imperio?

The Imperius Curse used by pointing at a person and saying the incantation Imperio is an Unforgivable Curse. The use of it will give you a one way ticket to Azkaban where you will stay for a period of 12 years. The curse, which has no origin, enables the person who had cast it to control the target like a mind puppet.

What does Imperio spell do?

The Imperius Curse (Imperio) was a tool of the Dark Arts, and was one of the three Unforgivable Curses. When cast successfully, the curse placed the victim completely under the caster's control, though a person with exceptional strength of will could resist it. A person under the curse was said to be Imperiused.



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