A particularly violent spell could have been added to the list of unforgivable spells in the Harry Potter saga.
Voldemort and the Death Eaters, which Ron could be a part of according to this amazing theory, often used unforgivable spells to achieve their ends. Whether it is Avada Kedavra, the Imperium or that of the Cruciatus, each of them causes their victim to extreme suffering or even certain death. It is for this reason that these three spells have been banned by the Ministry of Magic, their use offering a one-way ticket to Azkaban prison. A punishment that the Sectumsempra does not win, however, despite its brutality. Created by Severus Snape while still a student at Hogwarts, this dark magic causes brutal lacerations on the victim’s body. However, and despite the unprecedented violence of this spell, it is not one of the unforgivable spells in the saga. Harry potter.
An inconsistency which could be explained in particular by the fact that Rogue used the Sectumsempra in a disguised way. Having invented this spell himself and having reconciled it in a book signed by the Half-Blood Prince, it is likely that the spell escaped the vigilance of the Ministry of Magic and is therefore not considered an unforgivable spell. However, its use as dangerous as it is tortuous and more particularly its use by Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) against Draco Malfoy (Tom felton) should have subsequently placed Sectumsempra on the list of unforgivable spells. If this dark magic were to be used by a malicious person full of hatred, there is no doubt that its power could cause many injuries, even worse, death. Enough to be sent to Azkaban forever. After you don’t have to master Sectumsempra, if you answer correctly this quiz on Professor Flitwick’s course!
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