The Salem Witches' Institute


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The Salem Witches' Institute

Welcome to the Salem Witches' Institute, the premiere American school of magic located within the World of Harry Potter. An original role play for creative minds.

SWI is officially open. Registration is ongoing for all incoming 1st Years.
Current Role Play Date: 14 October, 2011. Day: Friday. Time: 9:00 AM. Weather: Mid 50's with a slight breeze from the east.
Orientation is set up in the Atrium. Please visit to participate.

    Transfiguration: Class Description

    Jessica Kishna
    Jessica Kishna

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    Join date : 2011-04-20
    Character Age : 48
    Location : Salem Witches' Institute

    Transfiguration: Class Description Empty Transfiguration: Class Description

    Post  Jessica Kishna on Thu Apr 21, 2011 3:59 pm

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    Transfiguration is a subject taught at The Salem Witches’ Institute. It teaches the art of changing of the form and appearance of an object. This type of magic is commonly referred to as "Transfiguration." There are limits to transfiguration, which are governed by Gamp's Law of Elemental Transfiguration. Like Charms work, Transfiguration is achieved through concentration, precise wand movements, and the proper pronunciation of an incantation. However, it is generally more difficult than Charms and it requires great effort. Students practice actual transfigurations during Transfiguration classes. Accidents sometimes result in partial transfigurations.There are also many branches of Transfiguration, including Cross-Species Transfiguration and Human Transfiguration.

    Transfiguration is a required subject for all first year students, with the option of N.E.W.T. classes in the sixth and seventh years for students who qualify.

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