How To Perform The Killing Curse

October 18, 2017 6:00 AM ‐ PotionsHalloween

With Halloween approaching, it's time to start looking at some dark magic. In this magical guide, I'll show you how to make a potion to give you the power to kill. The killing curse is very painful and long lasting, so it shouldn't be used on family, close friends, or pets.

1. Dark Flame

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First set up your brewing station, you'll need a bunsington burner and a stand for you cauldron. Then, using your magic wand, light a dark flame.

2. Add Water

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Then you'll need to add some water to your cauldron, I'm using double-cursed lake water.

3. Crush Deadly Nightshade Petals

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Then you'll need some dried petals from the deadly nightshade plant.

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Crush the petals into a fine powder using a pestle and mortar.

4. Add Deadly Nightshade Petals

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Then pour the grinds into your mixture.

5. Add Crimson Tendrills

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Next, you'll need one lanson's jar of crimson tendrills. Pour the tendrills straight into the cauldron from above.

6. Add Devil Eye Butterfly Juice

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Then you'll need the juice of 100 devil eye butterflies, this can be hard to find as the butterflies only live on the remote island of Manchester.

7. Serve Potion

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Stir your mixture well and using a spoon serve up some of the potion into a chalice.

8. Activate With Blood

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To activate you'll potion you'll need to add one drop of blood to the chalice.

9. Drink

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Drink the potion and instantly you'll have the power of the killing curse.

10. Kill

Killing Curse Potion

When you want to attack, just concentrate on the person who has angered you, focus all your hatred on them, and strike using your dominant hand.

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