When cast on a human or other living creature, it transforms the target into a mouse or a frog. However, when cast on an inanimate object, it can turn the target into a much wider variety of objects, potentially anything.
In another lesson, she taught the inanimate version of this spell. She tasked students with Transfiguring three objects located on the side wall of her classroom. The objects were a bookshelf (Transfigured into a locked chest), a globe (Transfigured into a stone pillar), and a statue (Transfigured into a desk). Satisfied with this, she noted their were additional objects in her classroom that the spell could be practised on and dismissed the class.
Casting and effects
To perform the spell, one must swipe their wand quickly through the air so that it points directly at the object that must be transfigured; a brilliant jet of red light will shoot like a comet from the tip, exploding into a vivid burst of red light around the target. When the target emerges from the light, it will have become whatever the caster so desires.
Behind the scenes
- This spell probably does not exist in itself, as it is most likely a generic transfiguration spell that allows players of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 to transform other characters into animals, so thus it is likely not canon.
- The existence Avifors Spell, Snufflifors Spell, Draconifors Spell, Lapifors Spell, Ducklifors Jinx do indeed exist, thereby also calling into question the existence of this spell.