What are the nonverbal spells used in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald?
For example, when the Auror protects himself ? Or the spell he used to enter within the wall and to appear near Nagini?
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Spells are marked with a timestamp of when they occur during the film.
(var.) indicates a possible variation of the spell most likely used.
Quotes ‘’ indicate wording taken directly from the screenplay.
[4m] Grindelwald transfigures the chariot reins into snakes. (var. of Serpensortia)
[5m] Grindelwald ‘touches the Elder Wand to the river’ and fills the chariot with water. (both Evanesco and Auguamenti)
[6m] Spielman’s wand ‘melts into dust.’ (var. of Evanesco)
[7m] Spielman stops his fall just before hitting water (Arresto Momentum)
[25m] Newt siphons water off his clothing (Tergeo)
[45m] Newt uses his wand to hear sounds from the past (var. of his Appare Vestigium spell)
[53m] Auror Grimmson camouflages himself in the wall (var. of the Disillusionment Charm)
[54m] Grimmson ‘conjures a domed Shield Charm around himself and Irma’s body.’ (Protego)
[1h 7m] McGonagall first reverses, then reapplies Leta’s ‘Oscausi’ charm on a student. (unknown counter-charm)
[1h 26m] Newt is detected inside the French Ministry, setting off an alarm (Caterwauling charm)
[1h 27m] Theseus ‘sends a curse’ after Tina and Newt. Tina blocks the curse, sends Theseus flying, and conjures a chair for him. (all unknown) Theseus is bound in the chair. (Incarcerous)
[1h 50m] An auror uses the killing curse on one of Grindelwald’s fanatics. (Avada Kedavra)
[1h 52m] Blue flames are created by Grindelwald, which kill the disloyal. (Protego Diabolica) Everyone uses Protego to counter it. The flames later expand and destroy the mausoleum. (var. of Fiendfyre)
[1h 56m] Leta ‘points her wand at the skull in Rosier’s hands, which explodes.’ (Confringo)
[2h 3m] Dumbledore is freed from his metal cuffs. (Evanesco or Emancipare)