|Harry Potter's stag Patronus|
A Lego Minifigure as Harry Potter's stag Patronus
|First appearance||July 8th, 1999|
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
|Appeared in||Harry Potter vs Luke Skywalker|
|During||Luke Skywalker's first verse|
|Location(s)||The Great Lake|
Information on the cameo
The Patronus Charm (Expecto Patronum) was the most famous and one of the most powerful defensive charms known to wizardkind in the Harry Potter series. It was an immensely complicated and an extremely difficult spell, that evoked a partially-tangible positive energy force known as a Patronus (pl. Patronuses) or spirit guardian. It was the primary protection against Dementors and Lethifolds, against which there were no other defence.
A corporeal Patronus is one that is fully-formed, taking the shape of a bright-silver, translucent animal. It is the strongest form a Patronus can take, being able to fully drive Dementors away. The specific animal forms that a corporeal Patronus takes will vary from person to person and reflect each individual's innermost personality. Harry's Patronus was a stag. iIt was in the shape of his father's Animagus form and Patronus. He learned how to conjure a Patronus at an exceptionally young age.