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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Spell Did the Wrong Thing?
During the Dueling Club, while Draco and Harry are dueling, Harry does the Rictosempra spell (the tickling spell) but Draco shows no sign of being tickled (ie laughing/smiling) but instead is lifted up and slammed back down again? Why would he be thrown up and back down if it is a tickling spell? huh...
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Meliza Black on 05-06-2005
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thedarkoverlordslittleassistant writes:
very true. The movie did change alot of the spells, and it is very hard for tom felton to fake laughter.
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harajuka writes:
rictumsempra is the tickling spell that Harry uses in the book. I've also asked J.K.Rowling about it myself. And by the way Expecto Patronum is her favorite spell..
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Jose writes:
how do you know that the Rictosempra spell is a tickleling spell to me it sounds like a Ricochet spell (the rict in Rictosempra)
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