Every Harry Potter fan knows Accio, Expecto Patronum, or Avada Kedavra spells from Harry Potter series.
But do you know the rest? Now, you have them all analyzed in one place. Check out the gorgeous Harry Potter interactive chart by Skyler Johnson, in which you’ll see the spells said aloud in the books, excluding the non-verbal ones.
Every spell muttered, flicked, and yelled in the Harry Potter book universe, visualized at occurrence position.
You can sort the spells by either the order of appearance or most occurrences. The spells are represented by dots that will let you learn when and how often they were cast throughout the entire series.
We’ve made a visual of the chart sorted by most popular spells – click or tap it to enlarge. Make sure to explore the original chart released by Skyler Johnson via Tableau Public.
Via Design Taxi.
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