Accio rem felicem
|Accio rem felicem|
|Branch of Magic||Conjuring and Summoning|
|Intended Effects||summons an item that will be useful in the near future|
|Pronunciation||ACC-ee-oh REM feh-LEE-kem|
|Taught By||Ella Galanis|
|Taught In||1956-57: Conjuring/Summoning, Lesson 3|
Accio rem felicem is a Summoning spell which summons a random item that will be useful to the caster in the near future. It is a simple spell and suitable for beginners; however, the more advanced at Summoning the caster is, the more useful the item they will summon.
The incantation Accio rem felicem literally translates from the Latin to 'I summon a lucky thing/item'.
Accio rem felicem is a lesser-used Summoning spell, given its specific purpose, and thus it is not generally widely known among the general population. Those who are particularly talented at Conjuring/Summoning or those who research magical theory are more likely to have encountered the spell than others.
The spell was taught by Ella Galanis to Conjuring and Summoning students in the third lesson of the 1956-57 term, on 15 May 1957.
Casting and Effects
The spell is cast with a generic wand movement, as with many Summoning spells.
Summoned items can be banished using the Banishing spell, Depulso.
Accio rem felicem follows the regular magical rules for Conjuring/Summoning.