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The Umbrella Spell (incantation unknown) is a charm that creates a magical umbrella, shielding the caster from the rain. It is cast by raising one's wand, its tip pointing upwards towards the sky, and uttering (or concentrating on) an incantation, which will produce a semi-transparent, bluish umbrella of magical energy.
|Newton Scamander||6 December 1926||Newt Scamander used this spell to keep himself dry when visiting Frank the Thunderbird in his suitcase.|
|Queenie Goldstein||7 December 1926||Queenie used this spell when saying goodbye to Jacob Kowalski as he stepped into the rain laced with Swooping Evil venom.|
Behind the scenes
- Eddie Redmayne came up with idea of using his wand as an umbrella after director David Yates encouraged actors to improvise.
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film)
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay
- Inside the Magic: The Making of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Mentioned only)