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The Disperse Spell

The Disperse Spell

"Disperse!"
~ Bathzar using the Disperse Spell.


"You have abused the sacred art, and you have abused the Merlin Circle. Magic isn't a game. No shortcuts! Falling in that water and getting electrocuted. That's how a sorcerer loses his power!"
~ Balthazar scolding Dave about the mess he created.


The Disperse Spell is a powerful, and strong spell that stops all nearby spells from continuing, and one of the most powerful magic spells in The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

The main function of this amazing incantation is to cease all nearby magical activities including the ones that are out of control from continuing in an instant.

The only known and successful sorcerer who ever perform this incantation is Balthazar Blake.

Balthazar used this spell to cease Dave's Cleaning Spell from spiraling out of control.

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TriviaEdit

  • The Disperse Spell was originally from the segment "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" of the 1940 Disney classic Fantasia.

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