Baubillious was the incantation of a charm[1] that precipitated a jet of white sparks from the tip of the wand. It could be used as an offensive duelling spell.[2]

Known Practitioners

Behind the scenes

  • Baubillious is almost certainly the incantation for White sparks.
  • Given that Professor Flitwick was standing on his stack of books on the illustration the way he did when teaching classes, and the cards cover material only from the first three books, it is likely it is taught in either first, second or third year.


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 In the illustration for the Baubillious card from the Harry Potter Trading Card Game, Professor Flitwick is standing on a stack of books has he did when teaching charms lessons.
  2. As the card on which the spell appears says "Do one damage to your opponent or to a creature of your choice", this implies the spell is harmful.
  3. Harry Potter Trading Card Game
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