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"Stunning is one of the most useful spells in your arsenal. It's sort of a wizard's bread and butter, really."
Harry Potter regarding the usefulness of the spell[src]

The Stunning Spell (Stupefy), also known as the Stupefying Charm,[4] or Stunner for short, is a charm[2] that stuns the target, rendering them unconscious. This charm is exceptionally useful in duelling, as it can quickly end a duel without causing lasting damage.[1] The spell also has the ability to halt moving objects.[5] The counter-charm to the Stunning Spell is the Reviving Spell.[3]

History

In 1782, Flavius Belby attempted to use a Stunning Spell against an attacking Lethifold, but only succeeded in blasting a hole through his bedroom door.[6]

In 1927, Leta Lestrange used a Stunning spell on the Matagots security guards in the French Ministry of Magic to try to subdue it, but instead it multiplied itself and attacked her, Newt, and Tina.[7]

During the 1988–1989 school year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, this spell was taught to fifth year Defence Against the Dark Arts students by the then Professor of the subject Patricia Rakepick.[8]

This spell was used by Ministry wizards to try to stop whomever cast the Dark Mark during the 1994 Quidditch World Cup Campsite riots,[3] and was used in the Forbidden Forest that same year by multiple dragon keepers at the same time to manage dragons for the Triwizard Tournament.[9] In 1995, Harry Potter learned this spell in preparation for the third task of the very same tournament. He practised it on Ron Weasley who complained about it not being easy to aim where you fall when you are stunned.[10]

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Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger using the Stunning Spell during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries

Harry also taught this spell to Dumbledore's Army during the 1995-1996 school year, during one of the meetings.[11] The spell was used numerous times during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, by both the D.A. and the Order of the Phoenix; it was also used during many other battles of the Second Wizarding War, such as the Battle of the Astronomy Tower, the Battle of the Seven Potters, the Skirmish at Malfoy Manor, the 1998 Break-in of Gringotts Wizarding Bank, and the Battle of Hogwarts.

It may be assumed that this spell was also used frequently during the First Wizarding War as well, by the wizarding community at large.

Scorpius Malfoy and Albus Potter, discussed whether to use this spell to destroy the Experimental Time-Turner that they stole from Hermione Granger's desk at the Ministry.[12]

Effect

The Stunning Spell is used to instantly render a target unconscious without causing lasting damage. The use of multiple Stunning Spells simultaneously will amplify the effect. This is particularly useful towards creatures with Spell resistance, such as dragons, trolls, giants and half-giants, but may result in injury for ordinary individuals. For example, Professor McGonagall had to be moved to St Mungo's after being hit with the spell by multiple Ministry of Magic employees in 1996, and Madam Pomfrey expressed surprise that it did not kill her.[13]

Defence against stunning

"The effects of the Stunning Spell may be counteracted by 'Rennervate', but will also wear off with time on their own. Another method of avoiding the spell is to deflect it with a Shield Charm."
—Defence against the spell[src]
Stupefy block

Shield Charm, defence against the Stunning Spell

The effects of a Stunning Spell may be counteracted with the Reviving Spell, but will also wear over time. It can also be deflected by a Shield Charm. Species known to be naturally resistant to the spell include dragons, trolls, acromantulas, giants and half-giants. Rubeus Hagrid was unaffected by this spell when, in 1996, several Ministry of Magic employees attempted to remove him from Hogwarts grounds.[13]

It is also possible to bewitch objects to be resistant to the spell. Fred and George Weasley bewitched their fireworks to explode when hit by Stunning Spells.[14]

Known uses

Successful uses

Caster(s) Victim(s) Date Note
Gellert Grindelwald Mykew Gregorovitch 1900s Used in order to steal the Elder Wand.[15]
Gellert Grindelwald (under disguise of Percival Graves) Newt Scamander 8 December, 1926 Used it nonverbally in the New York Subway, when Newt was approaching Credence Barebone.[16]
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Leta Lestrange Matagot September, 1927 Used it in the Records Room in the French Ministry of Magic, but instead Matagot multiplied and attacked her, Newt, and Tina.[7]
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Vinda Rosier Used it nonverbally during battle in the Lestrange Mausoleum, which caused in destroying Gellert Grindelwald's skull-hookah.[7]
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Tom Riddle Morfin Gaunt Summer, 1943 Used it nonverbally in Gaunt Shack to steal Morfin's wand in order to kill his Muggle father Tom Riddle Snr and his grandparents Thomas and Mary.[17]
Peter Pettigrew Ron Weasley 6 June, 1994 Used it nonverbally with the Remus Lupin wand during his transformation, in order to make his escape.[18]
Crookshanks
Twenty Ministry employees (including Bartemius Crouch Snr and Amos Diggory) Winky August, 1994 During the chaos after Morsmordre was cast following the 422nd Quidditch World Cup.[3]
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Bartemius Crouch, Jr
8-30 of Charlie Weasley's colleagues Hungarian Horntail 22 November, 1994 Multiple wizards had to cast the spell at the same time for it to work.[9]
Harry Potter Ron Weasley Late May, 1995 Harry learned this spell to use in the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament.[10]
Acromantula 24 June, 1995 Used it several times during the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament.[19]
Viktor Krum During the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament to save Cedric Diggory from the Cruciatus Curse Krum was casting under the influence of the Imperius Curse.[19]
Crabbe 18 June, 1996 Used it in the Time Room, while hiding under the desk during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries.[20]
Walden Macnair Used it in the Death Chamber, after Neville Longbottom put Hermione Granger's wand in Macnair's eye during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries.[20]
Death Eaters 27 July, 1997 Battle of the Seven Potters

[21]

Thorfinn Rowle 1 August, 1997 During a skirmish at the Luchino Caffe.[22]
Muggle waitress While aiming for Antonin Dolohov during a skirmish at Tottenham Court Road.[22]
Dolores Umbridge 2 September, 1997 During the infiltration of the Ministry of Magic.[23]
DH1 Yaxley hit by stunning spell
Corban Yaxley
Lucius Malfoy March, 1998 During the battle in the Malfoy Manor.[24]

Fenrir Greyback
Gringotts Goblins 1 May, 1998 During their escape from the bank after robbing it in.[25]
Acromantula 2 May, 1998 During the Battle of Hogwarts. His spell collided with Ron's spell and the Acromantula felt through the gap. He used it again on next Acromantula when he saw colony of Acromantula climbing on Hogwarts castle.[26]
Death Eater During the Battle of Hogwarts.[26]
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Bartemius Crouch Jr (disguised as Alastor Moody) Viktor Krum 24 May, 1995 Used it discretely in the outskirts of the Forbidden Forest to let himself kill his father Bartemius Crouch Snr.[27]
Fleur Delacour 24 June, 1995 Used it discretely during the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament in an effort to ensure that Harry won.[27]
Albus Dumbledore Bartemius Crouch Jr (disguised as Alastor Moody) Used it after Harry Potter's return from the Little Hangleton graveyard after he had attempted to attack Harry.[27]
Molly Weasley 12 Grimmauld Place portraits 1995 After Tonks knocked over an umbrella stand and the portrait of Sirius Black's mother started shouting, Molly abandoned an attempt to close its curtains and began shooting Stunning Spells at other shouting portraits to shut them up.[28]
Dolores Umbridge Weasleys' Wildfire Whiz-bangs May, 1996 Used it, at the start of her reign as Headmistress at Hogwarts, she attempted to stun the Weasley twins fireworks in order to prevent them from spreading around the school.[14]
Four Ministry employees (including John Dawlish) Fang 18 June, 1996 The Ministry employees were trying to remove Rubeus Hagrid from Hogwarts, but attacked Fang when she tried to protect his owner.[13]
Minerva McGonagall The Ministry employees were trying to remove Rubeus Hagrid from Hogwarts, but attacked McGonagall when she offered him protection. The concentrated effects were devastating enough to have her hospitalised, and was considered a miracle that she did not die.[13]
Nigel Wolpert Harry Potter 1995-1996 Used in the Room of Requirement during a D.A. practise.[29]
Hermione Granger Nott 18 June, 1996 Used in the Hall of Prophecy during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries in defence of Harry Potter.[20]
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Rabastan Lestrange Used in the Time Room during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries in defence of Harry Potter. Rabastan's head fell into the Bell jar.[20]
Mafalda Hopkirk 2 September, 1997 Used it as a part of the Infiltration of the Ministry of Magic.[30]
Gringotts Goblins 1 May, 1998 Used it during their escape from the bank after robbing it.[25]
Gregory Goyle 2 May, 1998 Used it during a skirmish in the Room of Requirement during the Battle of Hogwarts.[31]
Ron Weasley Death Eaters 27 July, 1997 During the Battle of the Seven Potters

[32]

A beggar 1 May, 1998 The beggar lunged at Hermione while she was disguised as Bellatrix Lestrange with Polyjuice Potion.[25]
Gringotts Goblins During their escape from the bank after robbing it.[25]
Acromantula 2 May, 1998 During the Battle of Hogwarts. His spell collided with Harry's spell and the Acromantula fell through the gap.[26]
Death Eater Ginny Weasley 18 June, 1996 Battle of the Department of Mysteries

[20]

Luna Lovegood
Nymphadora Tonks Lucius Malfoy In the Death Chamber during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries[20]
Death Eaters 27 July, 1997 Battle of the Seven Potters

[32]

Severus Snape Filius Flitwick 30 June, 1997 Used it nonverbally when Flitwick came to his office to inform him about Death Eaters' presence at Hogwarts.[33]
Dirk Cresswell John Dawlish 1997 Used it on a halfway to Azkaban to run free.[34]
Bellatrix Lestrange Scabior March, 1998 After they defied her authority at Malfoy Manor.[26]
Snatchers
Luna Lovegood Alecto Carrow 1 May, 1998 Used in the Ravenclaw Tower, while searching for information on Rowena Ravenclaw's Diadem with Harry Potter moments before the Battle of Hogwarts.[35]
Fred Weasley

[31]

Death Eater 2 May, 1998 Battle of Hogwarts
Dean Thomas

[26]

Parvati Patil

[26]

Travers
Aberforth Dumbledore

[36]

Augustus Rookwood

Unsuccessful

Caster(s) Victim(s) Date Notes
Leta Lestrange Gellert Grindelwald September, 1927 Used it nonverbally during the Battle in the Lestrange Mausoleum, but he spared her charm.[7]
Death Eaters Harry Potter 24 June, 1995 Tried to hit Harry on Voldemort's orders when he was running to Triwizard Cup in the Little Hangleton graveyard, but unsuccessful.[37]
Bellatrix Lestrange 18 June, 1996 Tried to hit Harry in the Hall of Prophecy during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries to get the prophecy, but her spell was reflected by Lucius Malfoy's spell, so that it caused the destruction of several prophecies on the shelf.[20]
Rabastan Lestrange Tried to hit Harry in the Time Room during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries, but he was stunned by Hermione Granger and his head fell into the Bell jar.[20]
Harry Potter Blast-Ended Skrewt 24 June, 1995 Used it during the Third Task of the Triwizard Tournament, but unsuccessful.[19]
Bellatrix Lestrange 18 June, 1996 Tried to hit her in the Atrium during the Battle in the Department of Mysteries, but she used Shield Charm to reflect his spell, causing in destroying goblin statue's ear.[38]
Severus Snape 30 June, 1997 He attempted to stun him, when the latter was trying to flee school grounds after killing Albus Dumbledore, but unsuccessful, because he missed.[39]
Death Eater 2 May,1998 He attempted to stun him, but missed, nearby stunning Neville Longbottom.[26]
Vincent Crabbe 2 May, 1998 He attempted to stun him during a skirmish in the Room of Requirement during the Battle of Hogwarts, but missed, because he evaded knocking Draco Malfoy's wand from him.[31]
Hermione Granger She attempted to stun him during a skirmish in the Room of Requirement during the Battle of Hogwarts, but missed, because Draco Malfoy pushed him sideways.[31]
Draco Malfoy She attempted to stun him during a skirmish in the Room of Requirement during the Battle of Hogwarts, but unsuccessful, because he evaded it.[31]
Neville Longbottom Rabastan Lestrange 18 June, 1996 After disarming him and also accidentally disarming Harry Potter, Neville attempted to stun him, but he hit a rack full of time-turners.[20]
Death Eaters Neville attempted to stun them in the Brain Room, but due the nose broken by Antonin Dolohov he didn't tell incantation correctly.[20]
Neville attempted to stun them in the Death Chamber, but due the nose broken by Antonin Dolohov he didn't tell incantation correctly.[20]
Four Ministry employees (including John Dawlish) Rubeus Hagrid The Ministry employees were trying to remove Rubeus Hagrid from Hogwarts, but unsuccessful, because spells did not work on Hagrid like a normal human, because he was a half-giant.[13]
Dolores Umbridge Dolores attempted to stun him, while he was escaping, but she missed.[13]
Centaur Dolores attempted to stun one of them during skirmish in the Forbidden Forest.[40]
Xenophilius Lovegood Harry Potter March, 1998 As Death Eaters were arriving at his house, it hit his Erumpent horn instead, causing a colossal explosion.[41]
Ron Weasley
Hermione Granger

Known practitioners


Etymology

"Stupefy" comes from the Latin word stupere, meaning "to be stunned." Stupefy is also an English word, which means "to stun" or "to amaze."

Behind the scenes

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The spell's appearance in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)

  • Another variation of the spell is Stupefy Duo.
  • The Stunning Spell has been identified as a jet, a flash or a burst of red, blue, white or green light in the film adaptions.
  • In the books, it is described as a "jet of red light," and appears as such at the beginning of the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, when Ministry of Magic Officials apparate near the trio and attempt to stun them after the destruction of the Quidditch World Cup fair grounds. However, from the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on, it is shown as blue light that often just knocks people off their feet, as well as leaving them unable to think or react.
  • Harry counters unidentified green curses cast by Death Eaters with the Stunning Spell, causing the spells to collide and explode in midair. If these green curses were Killing Curses, this would serve as a demonstration of the Killing Curse being parried and blocked by another spell.
  • In the video game adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Stupefy is shown as a ball of red light, but when cast by opponents, it is green, like the Killing Curse. Also at the end after Harry defeats Bellatrix Lestrange outside Hagrid's hut he casts Stupefy but instead of the red light it came out as a green ball of light.
  • In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Hermione attempts to use a Stunning Spell on one of the enemy giants, but is prevented from doing so by Ron as it would "crush half the castle." However, it was Hermione herself who pointed out in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix that Stunning Spells are almost completely ineffective against Giants, even when cast by multiple wizards.
  • In LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, it can be bought at Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment in Diagon Alley.
  • Flavius Belby tried to use this spell against a lethifold, however it had no effect as lethifolds can only be repelled by the Patronus Charm like with Dementors.
  • In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Hermione casts Stupefy at Blaise in the Room of Requirement instead of Gregory Goyle. This is due to Crabbe's part being replaced by Blaise and thus is Goyle is the one to conjure the Fiendfyre.
  • It has been implied that Dobby does this to Wormtail in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. However, when Harry does this to Umbridge and Mafalda, they are instantly knocked out, while Wormtail stands for a few seconds, says "Ow" (hinting that the spell was quite painful) and collapses. This, as well as his unintended non-reappearance in Part 2, suggests that he may be dead, or that Dobby used a different spell to knock him out.
  • Also in Deathly Hallows: Part 1, When Ron (disguised as Reginald Cattermole) hits Yaxley with a non-verbal Stunning Spell, it seems to strike his chest rather hard, causing him to groan in pain and leaving him incapacitated for several minutes before he catches up with the trio and attempts to stop their escape.
  • In Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Voldemort casts Stupefy at Neville Longbottom out of anger, after Harry Potter seemingly came back to life. Neville was blown backward into the Great Hall, and remained unconscious until he woke to slay Nagini.
  • In Harry Potter for Kinect Harry and Voldemort can use this spell against each other in the final battle during Voldemort's Last Stand as they engage in a normal duel.
  • In the video game adaption of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2, the player's stunning spells are blue, while enemy stunning spells are red, bosses such as Snape and Bellatrix cast green stunning spells.
  • In the Deathly Hallows, Harry uses the combined power of the wands of Draco Malfoy, Bellatrix Lestrange and Peter Pettigrew to cast a stunning spell on Fenrir Greyback, causing him to be lifted up, smash into the ceiling and them slammed onto the ground, it can be implied here that spells can be more powerful when being cast by multiple wands at once. In the Film adaption, Harry uses it against Lucius Malfoy and it causes him to be launched to the other side of the room just as he is about to touch his Dark Mark.

Stupefy in different languages

Language Incantation
Bulgarian (Български) Вцепени се (literally - "be numb")
Lithuanian Sustink
Catalan Animo Linqui
Croatian Omami
German Stupor
Dutch Paralitis
Hungarian Stupor
Icelandic Rænulaus
Italian Stupeficium
Spanish Desmaius / Desmaio
Swedish Lamslå
Finnish Tainnutu
Danish Lammer (Stunner)
French Stupéfix
Romanian Stupefy
Norwegian Lamstivosløvus
Polish Drętwota
Greek Αποχαυνώσιους - (Apochavnosius)
Hebrew שתק
Hindi जर्व्तम (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1) or बिसमित भव (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (film))
Turkish Sersemlet
Estonian Juhmista
Portuguese (Portugal) Atordoar/Stupefy (Books); Estupidificar (VideoGames)
Portuguese (Brasil) Estupefaça; Estupore (in the movie of Goblet of Fire)
Serbian Ošamuti
Thai สตูเปฟาย
Russian Окаменей (in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire); Остолбеней (in later books)
Ukrainian Закляктус
Czech Mdloby na tebe!
Slovak Nehýb sa!
Slovenian Hromi!
Vietnamese Điểm huyệt!
Japanese Suchu-pifai! 「麻痺せよ!」, pronounced "Mahi seyo!!" literally means, "Be paralysed!" in Japanese.
Chinese (Mandarin - Taiwan) 咄咄失 - (duò duò shī)

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Stupefy fact file - Pottermore
  2. 2.0 2.1 JK's official site (text only), accessed 28/7/2011
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 9 (The Dark Mark)
  4. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (companion book)
  5. Pottermore - From the Story: Stunning Spell
  6. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - The Original Screenplay
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
  9. 9.0 9.1 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 19 (The Hungarian Horntail)
  10. 10.0 10.1 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 29 (The Dream)
  11. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 18 (Dumbledore's Army)
  12. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 31 (O.W.L.s)
  14. 14.0 14.1 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 28 (Snape's Worst Memory)
  15. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 14 (The Thief)
  16. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay
  17. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 17 (A Sluggish Memory)
  18. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 20 (The Dementor's Kiss)
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 31 (The Third Task)
  20. 20.00 20.01 20.02 20.03 20.04 20.05 20.06 20.07 20.08 20.09 20.10 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 35 (Beyond the Veil)
  21. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 4 (The Seven Potters)
  22. 22.0 22.1 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 9 (A Place to Hide)
  23. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 13 (The Muggle-Born Registration Commission)
  24. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 23 (Malfoy Manor)
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 26 (Gringotts)
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 26.6 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 32 (The Elder Wand)
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 35 (Veritaserum)
  28. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 4 (Number Twelve Grimmauld Place)
  29. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (film)
  30. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 12 (Magic is Might)
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 31 (The Battle of Hogwarts)
  32. 32.0 32.1 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 5 (Fallen Warrior)
  33. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 29 (The Phoenix Lament)
  34. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 15 (The Goblin's Revenge)
  35. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 30 (The Sacking of Severus Snape)
  36. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 36 (The Flaw in the Plan)
  37. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 34 (Priori Incantatem)
  38. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 36 (The Only One He Ever Feared)
  39. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 28 (Flight of the Prince)
  40. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 33 (Fight and Flight)
  41. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 21 (The Tale of the Three Brothers)


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