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You Can Now Get 'Harry Potter'-Style Cards Against Humanity

You Can Now Get 'Harry Potter'-Style Cards Against Humanity

Potter-heads, you can now challenge your friends to a Harry Potter-inspired Cards Against Humanity-style game.

Grab yourself a butter beer and get your HP knowledge primed for... Cards Against Muggles.

Seriously, this is the game we were born to play. We haven't been this excited since we caught a glimpse of Daniel Radcliffe reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone to camera.

The game follows the format of fan-favourite Cards Against Humanity (Credit: Cards Against Muggles)
The game follows the format of fan-favourite Cards Against Humanity (Credit: Cards Against Muggles)
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Heads up: this isn't official Harry Potter merch. In fact, the game is crammed with a whole lot of cheeky humour and risqué puns - all in the name of good fun, of course.

So, how does the game work?

Much like the brutal, fan-favourite Card Against Humanity, there's an even number of question and answer cards.

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Each round, one player reads a question or statement from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card, to fill in the blanks.


The idea is to create the funniest - or in this case naughtiest - card pairing (Credit: Cards Against Muggles)
The idea is to create the funniest - or in this case naughtiest - card pairing (Credit: Cards Against Muggles)

The idea is to use your wit and in-depth HP knowledge to create the funniest - or in this case, naughtiest - card pairing.

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Examples of black cards include: "Hogwarts school of witchcraft and ___", or "After months of practicing magic, I think I'm finally ready for ___".

Not to mention: '___ is how I got stains on the invisibility cloak'.

Oh, the possibilities! Now to the answers.

White cards are tongue-in-cheek and just the right amount of filthy.

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You might want to choose: "Putting my basilisk in your chamber of secrets", "Dobby's sock", or "all the dirty things that ever happened in the Room of Requirements".

Answers include 'Dobby's sock' and 'all the dirty things that ever happened in the Room of Requirements' (Credit: Cards Against Muggles)
Answers include 'Dobby's sock' and 'all the dirty things that ever happened in the Room of Requirements' (Credit: Cards Against Muggles)

So, a black card posing the lines: "Why weren't you in potions?" asked Ron. "____ " Harry replied" could be complemented with the white card: "getting baked with super strong enchanted wizard weed."

The $10 (£9) game is recommended for players aged 17 and over and requires 4 to 20+ players.

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It takes 90 minutes or less to finish this game - depending on how long you spend cracking up at each other's jokes, obviously.

What better way to spend an evening with all the muggles in your household, eh?

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros

Topics: Harry Potter, Life, Games

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.

 

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