Behind the Game: Treguna Mekoides Tracorum

Of course, if Nemien had been able to finish, he would have said, "Treguna Mekoides Tracorum Satis Dee," the incantation for Substitutiary Locomotion in Disney's Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971), or, as it's called in the D&D world, Animate Objects. I actually wanted to use Murrieta Animata because I had just seen that episode of Wizards of Waverly Place, but I needed a longer incantation to explain how Saris had the time to react (he'd hit with a critical on the Attack of Opportunity). Additionally, I could not find an equivalent spell in Harry Potter (not that I looked all that hard).

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