A new Harry Potter theory explains a major unaddressed spell mystery which gives more insight into the complicated rules of magic.
The Harry Potter universe has expanded greatly with the release of the Fantastic Beasts franchise, although a better Harry Potter prequel was already written and has given audiences more insight into the depths of the wizarding world.
Throughout the Harry Potter movies, magic is shown to be various and versatile, whether it's involved in fixing Harry’s glasses to apparating across the country — and the rules are similarly various and versatile.
One magical ability is apparating, which allows the wizard to transport from one location to another. Apparating requires a lot of skill and mind control, and so wizards are not allowed to practice apparating until they are 17, as any mistakes made while trying to apparate can cause «splinching,» such as what happened to Ron in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.Read more on screenrant.com