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In "[[Alex Tells the World]]", Justin uses the spell to duplicate himself in order to be able to represent himself in Wizard Court.
 
In "[[Alex Tells the World]]", Justin uses the spell to duplicate himself in order to be able to represent himself in Wizard Court.
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The spell is mentioned briefly in "Monster Hunter" after Justin completes his basic wizard training. Jerry says he remembers when Justin was still turning bricks into rabbits and Justin nostalgically replies "Edgebono Utoosis". This error is never explained.
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==Development==
 
==Development==
   

Revision as of 09:28, January 10, 2012

Edgebonoutoosis
Edgebonoutoosis
Information
Spell

Duplication spell

Incantation

Edgebonoutoosis

Pronunciation

ej-BON-oh-yoo-TOO-sis

Type

Duplication

Effect

Duplicates an object or person

First mention

Crazy 10-Minute Sale

Edgebonoutoosis is a duplication spell. It is first seen in season one of Wizards of Waverly Place being taught to Justin, Alex, and Max by their father during their magic lesson. Jerry states that as with any spell, if you don't concentrate, it won't come out exactly right.

History

Justin is the first wizard shown to attempt the spell. He executes it almost perfectly, except the duplicate rabbit barks. He admits he was thinking of dogs when he executed the spell.

Alex later uses the spell to duplicate herself. However, since she was thinking of Justin's barking rabbit, her spell doesn't work out well.

Alex uses the spell again when Jerry asks her to duplicate him so he can go dancing with Theresa, and watch the big game that was coming on. This time the spell appears to have worked well, and the duplicate Jerry walks off to take Theresas dancing.

In "Alex Tells the World", Justin uses the spell to duplicate himself in order to be able to represent himself in Wizard Court.

The spell is mentioned briefly in "Monster Hunter" after Justin completes his basic wizard training. Jerry says he remembers when Justin was still turning bricks into rabbits and Justin nostalgically replies "Edgebono Utoosis". This error is never explained.

Development

The spell's name is a reference to The Edge, Bono, and U2.

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