Nimueh using dark magic to bring the Afanc egg to life.

Dark Magic is a form of magic used by sorcerers with evil intentions, for sinister purposes. Although magic itself is basically neutral, its morality is determined by how it is used and what are the motives behind the actions of a sorcerer.

However, there are some applications of magic and some spells which are used only with the purpose of doing evil or inflicting harm upon someone.

Witches and warlocks very powerful as Morgana are very skilled in this field of magic.

The main applications are:


  • Mary Collins uses a poppet to kill Lady Helen.Go to Poppet
  • Nimueh brings an Afanc to life.Go to Afanc
  • The Afanc poisons Camelot's water supply.Go to Plague in Camelot
  • The High Priestess performs necromancy.Go to Necromancy
  • Cedric is possessed by Cornelius Sigan.Go to Possession
  • Morgause awakens Ygraine's spirit.Go to Necromancy
  • Morgana and Morgause use a mandrake root to make Uther lose his mind.Go to Mandrake root
  • The Rowan Staff's powers gives life to the dead of Camelot.Go to Necromancy
  • Morgana binds Arthur's likeness to the Phoenix Eye.Go to Pheonix Eye
  • Morgana performs a blood sacrifice to tear the Veil between the worlds.Go to Blood sacrifice
  • Morgana unleashes the Dorocha.
  • Morgana uses her dark magic to bind the pendant to the left-hand path.Go to Morgana's enchanted pendant
  • The Fomorroh, a creature that comes from the Underworld, conjured by dark magic.Go to Fomorroh
  • Morgana animates with her dark powers the medallion that represents the Fomorroh.Go to Animation spell
  • The coin used by Morgana to raise a shade.Go to Morgana's magical coin
  • Merlin's pentacle to perform necromancy.Go to Pentacle for necromancy
  • Morgana enchants the Nathair serpent to torture Elyan.
  • Dark magic coursing through Leon's and Percival's veins.Go to Animal control spells
  • Gwen while being brainwashed by mandrake roots in the ritual of the Teine Diaga.
  • The Ragaid.
  • The Gean Canach, a creature of the Old Religion.