Disillusionment Charm is a charm which causes the subject to become the exact same colour and texture as its environment. The charm can be used on ones self, or on an external target.
/dis’i’lo͞o’ZHən’mənt CHärm /
Disillusionment Charm History
Disillusionment Charms are cast daily by those wizards that wish to keep hippogriffs and winged horses, so that Muggles will be unaware of the magical qualities of the creatures. The disillusionment charm is also one way to make an Invisibility Cloak, though, the charms will eventually wear off and will have to be reapplied.
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A disillusionment charm can help conceal a magical beast by causing the magical creature to become the exact same color and texture as its environment, effectively making them seem invisible to those around them.
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