“Oh, Scribblifors!” Lyubov exclaimed. It had been a fairly easy spell to learn. She had always had a talent for Transfiguring things, and all the spells they were taught that involved a changing in shape of any sort came very naturally to her. Not to mention that they were the type of spell that interested her most. Being able to create whatever items you needed was incredibly useful.
Nothing to practice on? Of course they had something to practice on. The third-year had been taught that transfiguration spells could be done on any object; the spells were intended to create a particular item, and so it didn’t matter what you started with. Some things were just easier to start with than others when you were first learning the spell though, and that was why they used forks in class. Unfortunately they didn’t have any forks out here, but they were by a tree, perhaps there was a fork-ish stick that Aoife could use instead.
To her great amusement, Oliver soon found a fork in his backpack. “You seem to have a never-ending bag,” she laughed, pulling out her wand. “Do you mind?” She waited a moment to make sure he wasn’t caught by surprise, and then summoned the fork out of his hand, passing it on to Aoife. “Here, you can practice on that one. I’ll just use this.” She picked up a stick from the ground, explaining, “It doesn’t really matter what you start with, the spell only affects the end product.”
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