Plasma Deflection is an impressive magic technique to unleash a plasma-like wave of mystical energy that push people or objects out of the user’s way, as well as deflecting projectiles such as Plasma Bolts. It is one of the many spells featured in the 2010 Disney fantasy movie The Sorcerer's Apprentice.


Plasma Deflection process

Plasma Deflection

When cast, a conjuror would unleash a wide, bluish wave of electrical shockwave that not only pushes away anything that stand in it’s way, but also deflects projectiles like Plasma Bolts. He/she can done this with their catalysts, often by swinging them toward the desired direction.

Renegade wizard Maxim Horvath used this supernatural enchantment against his former friend Balthazar Blake when he tries to launch his Plasma Bolt on him during the final battle with the dark sorceress Morgana le Fay and the sinister ceremony known as The Rising, but not before telekinetically halting the latter and reveal modifications on his cane (now powered by Merlin's Dragon Ring, Drake Stone's Ring, Abigail Williams' Pendant).

Known Users

The known user of this spell was Maxim Horvath, though implied that Balthazar could do the same.