Epoximise was the incantation of a Transfiguration spell that bonded two objects together, possibly by transforming an object into an adhesive or by conjuring a sticky substance.[1]

The 2579th edition of Transfiguration Today contained a debate on the pros and cons of using this spell.[2]


Epoximise comes from the English word epoxy which is a type of adhesive. The word epoxy itself has origins in Greek.

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Behind the scenes

Epoximise originates from the Harry Potter Trading Card Game, and is labelled as a Transfiguration spell on its card, not a Charm, even though its affects seem to indicate it to be a charm. However, errors have been found with other cards. For example, the Severing Charm is incorrectly labelled as a transfiguration spell in the card game.


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