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Harry Potter TCG Apprentice Help/Tips
Written by, MadEye_D       Edited by, Snuffles

This was written to help you use the Apprentice program with the Harry Potter TCG. Keep in mind that these are suggestions on how to use Apprentice to play Harry Potter TCG, not the rules themselves. If you are already familiar with Apprentice, you might just take a look at the 'How Do I Do That On Apprentice' section. Otherwise, just start at the beginning and work your way through it. This is not all there is, but it should be enough to get you playing Harry Potter TCG online!

INDEX

    I. Understanding the Terms in Using the Mouse
   II. What Parts Of Apprentice Do We Use
       A. The Three Areas
       B. The Buttons That Are Used
       C. Which Menu Options Are Used
  III. Starting A Game
       A. Where to Find Players
       B. How To Ask For A Game
       C. How To Connect
          1. When You Have Their IP Address
          2. When You Give Them Your IP Address
       D. Solitaire Mode
       E. Setup The Game For Play
   IV. How Do I Do That On Apprentice
       A. Miscellaneous Moves
       B. Drawing
       C. How And Where To Play A Card
       D. Discarding/Putting Cards Into Your 'Graveyard'
       E. Putting Cards Into Your (Deck) 'Library'
       F. Putting Cards Into Your 'Hand'
       G. Showing Your Opponent
       H. Viewing Card Information
       I. Reconnecting
    V. Building A Deck With The Editor
       A. Main Buttons
       B. Filters
       C. Action Buttons



Understanding the Terms in Using the Mouse

Click = the left mouse button is pressed and let go of quickly.

Right click = the right mouse button is pressed and let go of quickly.

Double click = the left mouse button is pressed and let go of twice, very quickly.

Drag-and-drop = move the mouse cursor over the object you want to move, hold down the left mouse button, move the mouse cursor to where you want something put, and let go of the left mouse button.

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What Parts Of Apprentice Do We Use

The Three Areas-
In the Apprentice program there are three main window areas.

The left area is your 'Hand.'
The bottom area is the 'Chat Box.'
The largest top right area is the 'Table.

The Buttons That Are Used-
Starting at the top left, moving right, we will discuss which buttons are used and what their functions are. The skipped buttons are not used in playing Harry Potter TCG.

New Game: This is the 'Wand' button. When clicking this, you will abandon the present game and prepare to start a new one.

Deck Editor: This is the 'Open Book with Pen' button. It opens a pop-up window that lets you work on deck building.

Untap Cards: This is the 'Three Arrows making a Circle' button. When cards are marked 'Tapped' this will remove that mark on ALL your cards. (This is rarely used.)

Draw a Card: This is the 'Open Book with Up Arrow' button. When clicked, this draws a card from the deck and puts it into you 'Hand.'

If you want to draw more than one card at a time, you can hold down your shift key, then click it, and you will get a box asking you how many cards you want to draw. Just type in the number of cards you want and click 'OK.' (This is used most often at the beginning of a game to draw 7 cards for you 'Hand.')

(Skipping the next 6 buttons)

Next Turn: This is the 'Triangle with a 'T' next to it' button. You click this when your turn is over to let the other player know it is their turn to play.

(Skipping the next 3 buttons)

Ping / Reconnect: This is the 'Clock' or 'Light Bulb' button. Until you have disconnected from a player you will see the clock or 'Ping' button. It just let's you know if you're opponent is still connected when things are slow.

HOWEVER, if you disconnect or get disconnected, this button changes into a light bulb or 'Reconnect' button. In order to reestablish a connection with someone, you BOTH need to do the following, in the correct order.
Click the 'OK' on the 'warning' pop-up window.
Click the menu options: Communications - Disconnect.
Click the 'OK' on the 'warning' pop-up window.
Click the Light Bulb/'Reconnect' button.
You should now be reconnected if it is possible to do so.

(The second row contains icons (for queues) not buttons although they look and act similar.)

Library: This is the 'Closed Book' icon. This is your deck. If you double click it, you will shuffle your deck. (Once a game starts, it is important to know that you are not allowed to shuffle your deck unless a card tells you to do so.)

If you put your mouse cursor over the 'Library' and do not move it, it will display the number of cards you have left in your deck.

Graveyard: This is the 'Cross/Grave Stone' icon. This is your discard pile. If you double click it, you will get a pop-up window with a view of all the cards in your discard pile. This is used for removing cards from your discard pile or to see what is in there. In the Harry Potter TCG, you may look at this anytime during the game and as often as you would like.

If you put your mouse cursor over the 'Graveyard' and do not move it, it will display the number of cards you have in your discard pile.

(The last icon is not used.)

Which Menu Options Are Used-
There are many menu options that can be used with the Harry Potter TCG. We will be skipping those that do not pertain to Harry Potter TCG and those that do the same thing as a button previously mentioned.

File - Message Window Buffer: If for any reason you want to save the chat dialog from a game, you can use this to save it as a text or 'txt' file. (Note: it will be saved as 'noname.dec.txt' if you do not change the name.) You could then open it with most word processors to read it.

Game - Decrement Turn: This is used if you accidentally click 'Next Turn' and need to set it back to the correct turn number. (This is rarely used.)

Action - Create Card: This is used when need make a temporary score sheet for Quidditch Matches. Although most people will just use they're starting character that is already on the table to do this.

Action - Flip a Coin: (Ctrl-F) This option is the used help decide who goes first. (Although, this method is rarely used. Most people prefer to roll a 20-sided die.)

Action - Roll a Die: (Ctrl-I) This option is the used help decide who goes first. This is the preferred method of determining who goes first. A 20- sided die is usually used.

Action - Hand - Move Hand to Graveyard: This will discard your entire 'Hand' to the 'Graveyard.'

View - Opponent's Graveyard: This is your opponent's discard pile. If you choose this option, you will get a pop-up window with a view of all the cards in your opponent's discard pile. In the Harry Potter TCG, you may look at this anytime during the game and as often as you would like.

View - My Library: This will give you a pop-up window with a view of all the cards in your deck. It is initially used to get your starting character out at the beginning of a game. However, some cards allow you to look through your library and remove a card from it. Once you find the card you want, drag-and-drop it to wherever it is supposed to go, with one exception.

If a card says you can take ANY card from your deck and put it in your 'Hand,' you may drag-and-drop it directly into your 'Hand.' This protects from your opponent from seeing what you selected. HOWEVER, if a card says you must take a certain kind or type of card (a card that needs Charms power, for example) from your deck and put it in your 'Hand,' you must drag-and-drop it on the table first. This way your opponent can verify what card you took and then you can drag-and-drop it over into your 'Hand.'

View - Top Cards of My Library: This will give you a pop-up window and you type how many cards you wish to view and click OK. Then another pop-up window with a view of just those cards from your deck will come up. This is used in 2 ways, usually.

The first is a card is telling you to look at the top 6 cards of your deck and put them back in any order. Just drag-and-drop them one at a time from the pop-up window to the 'Library.' Keep in mind that the first card you drag-and-drop will be the sixth from the top when you are done.

The other way this is used is when having to discard many cards it is easier to drag-and-drop from the pop-up window so that you don't accidentally shuffle your deck or lose count while discarding.

View - Game Status: This will give you the information on where the game is at so far. It is a pop-up window with a view of the number of cards in each opponent's 'Hand,' 'Library,' and 'Grave' (Graveyard). This pop-up window must be closed before continuing, but may be looked at as often as you wish.

Show - My Hand: This will display a pop-up window of your 'Hand' to your opponent. You will see nothing except the description of what happened in the chat.

Show - Top Cards of My Library: This will display a pop-up window of a certain number of cards from the top of your library to your opponent. You will see nothing except the description of what happened in the chat.

Communications - Chat - (your choice): These options help you 'Show,' 'Hide,' or 'Bring to Top' the chat box. Sometimes it will disappear on you or get in the way.

Communications - Disconnect: This will disconnect you from your opponent.

Options - Preferences - General (Tab): Most people check all the boxes except the one that says, 'Alternate/Chaos Mode.'

Options - Set Name: This should be set to the same name that you chatted with, so players know who you are. It will save on confusion. Note: If you play on the Pojo Harry Potter League (http://www.myleague.com/harrypotter/ ), you are required to chat and play under your league name. By the way, everyone is welcome to come join our league! It is open to all ages!

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Starting A Game
This section is to help you find people to play against, get connected, and to help you through the setup before the first card is drawn. Keep in mind you can play without connecting and just play alone in solitaire mode.

Where To Find Players-
The best place to find Harry Potter TCG players online is the Pojo Harry Potter chat room.
http://www.pojo.com/harrypotter/ccg/apprentice/chat.shtml

If you use the mIRC chat client, you can reach that same location with these settings:
IRC Network: MediaDriven
IRC Server: 216.152.65.156
Channel: #PoJoHP
If you would like to get mIRC, you can download it here. http://www.mirc.com/

How To Ask For A Game-
Keep in mind when asking players to play, there are two types of games. They are played the same way, but they stand for different things.

Ladder Game: When asking or have been asked to play a 'Ladder Game,' that means you belong to the league and want to play a league match. You have to belong to the league to play a 'Ladder Game' with someone. Note: Once again, everyone is invited to come join the Pojo Harry Potter League! It is open to all ages! http://www.myleague.com/harrypotter/

Non-Ladder Game: When asking or asked to play a 'Non-Ladder Game,' that means you are just playing for fun and no league play is involved. Anyone can play a 'Non-Ladder Game.'

How To Connect-
There is two ways to connect. You can either get your opponent's IP address or give them yours. If you want their IP address, simply ask them for it in the chat. If you need to find your IP address to give to them, try one of these methods:

If you are using windows:
Click the 'Start' button.
Click 'Run.'
Type: winipcfg
Click the 'OK' button.

If you are using mIRC to chat:
Type this in the chat: //say $ip
Then hit the enter key.

Apprentice has a way of displaying an IP address, but it isn't always accurate. To find your IP address using Apprentice:
Click the 'New Game' button.
Make sure the dot is in the 'Connect via the Internet' option.
Click the 'OK' button.
A pop-up window will appear, and after writing down you IP address, click 'Cancel.'
Click 'Cancel' again (on the other pop-up window) if you are following these steps one by one, so you won't get lost.

(If neither of those help you, you might also check your connecting information; it may have it there as well.)

When You Have Their IP Address-
Click the 'New Game' button.
Click the 'Load Deck' button.
From the pop-up window, select the deck you want to use and click the 'Open' button.
Make sure the dot is in the 'Connect via the Internet' option.
Optional, select '0' for cards in hand. You will draw your hand later.
Click the 'OK' button.
Make sure the dot is in the 'Calling my Opponent at' option.
In the blank next to 'Calling my Opponent at' put their IP address with the periods.
Click the 'OK' button.

If they have done their part you will now be connected. If you did not connect, either go back to the chat telling them you are 'calling' or try the 'OK' button again. If the 'OK' button is available to click, you will not get connected unless you hit it again.

When You Give Them Your IP Address-
Click the 'New Game' button.
Click the 'Load Deck' button.
From the pop-up window, select the deck you want to use and click the 'Open' button.
Make sure the dot is in the 'Connect via the Internet' option.
Select '0' for cards in hand. You will draw your hand later.
Click the 'OK' button.
Make sure the dot is in the 'Waiting for a Call' option.
Click the 'OK' button.

If they have done their part you will now be connected. If you did not connect, go back to the chat telling them you are 'waiting.' If the 'OK' button is available to click, you will not get connected unless you hit it again.

Solitaire Mode-
This is for just playing alone and not against anyone. It is a great way to test how your deck draws or plays.

Click the 'New Game' button.
Click the 'Load Deck' button.
From the pop-up window, select the deck you want to use and click the 'Open' button.
Make sure the dot is in the 'Play a Solitaire Game' option.
Select '0' for cards in hand. You will draw your hand later.
Click the 'OK' button.

Setup The Game For Play-
This is the general order that things are done to setup the game and to get ready to play.

Click menu options: View - My Library
Find your starting character from the pop-up window and drag-and-drop it on the table.
Click the 'OK' button on the pop-up window.
Drag-and-drop your starting character to the left edge of the table, either in the middle or at the top. (see picture below)
Shuffle your deck by double clicking the 'Library' button.
Draw your cards by holding down the shift key and clicking the 'Draw a Card' button.
Type in the number '7' in the pop-up window and then click 'OK.'
Hold down the [Ctrl] key and type the letter 'I' (yes, let go of the [Ctrl] key). This rolls a die.
From the pop-up window, select 20 sides and 'Numeric Only Roll' if they are not already selected.
Click 'Roll.' The highest number; will play first.
Check the very bottom line below your 'Hand' to see if the right person is set to go first.
If it isn't then click the 'Next Turn' button before stating the first turn.
Notice the bottom right, below the table and 'Chat Box' has information to help you.

This is how your board could look at this point.

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How Do I Do That On Apprentice
These are descriptions on how to make certain moves that may come up in a game.

Miscellaneous Moves-
Shuffle: Double click the 'Library' button.

View the 'Game Status': Use menu options; View - Game Status.

Set a counter to a certain number on a card: Right click the card, from the pop-up menu, choose 'Set Counters,' in the new pop-up window type the number you want it set at and click 'OK.'

Erase the counter on a card: Right click the card, from the pop-up menu, choose 'Set Counters,' in the new pop-up window type the number '0' and click 'OK.'

Add one counter to a card: Right click the card, from the pop-up menu choose 'Add Counter.'

Mark a card as used or 'Tapped': Double click the card while it is on the table.

Unmark a card with 'Tapped' on it: Double click the card while it is on the table.

Drawing-
Draw a card: Click the 'Draw a Card' button.

Draw a certain number of cards: Hold down your shift key, click the 'Draw a Card' button, in the pop-up window type in the number of cards you want and click 'OK.'

How And Where To Play A Card-
Play a card from anywhere: Drag-and-drop the card on the table.

Where to put lesson cards when playing them: Generally they are placed to the right of your starting character and either stacked downward or to the right. (see pic below)

Where to put creature cards when playing them: Generally they are placed to the right side of your playing area. (see pic below)

Where to put character, item, adventure, and location cards when playing them: As long as you keep this stuff together, it doesn't matter. Just keep them in your playing area like creatures.

Where to put spell cards when playing them: If you are playing a card that does not require a specific card to be removed, generally we play it near the middle of the table. However, if you
are playing a card that does require a specific card to be removed, generally we play it so that part of it is covering the card we want to have removed.

Discarding/Putting Cards Into Your 'Graveyard'-
Discard a card from your deck or 'Library': Drag-and-drop the 'Library' to the 'Graveyard.'

Discard a large number of cards from your deck or 'Library': Use menu options View - Top Cards of My Library. In the pop-up window type the number of cards you wish to view and click OK. Then another pop-up window with a view of just those cards from the top of your deck will come up.
Just drag-and-drop them one at a time from the pop-up window to the 'Graveyard.'

Discard your entire 'Hand': Menu options; Action - Hand - Move Hand to Graveyard.

Put a card from the table to the 'Graveyard': Drag-and-drop the card to the 'Graveyard.'

Put a group of cards from the table to the 'Graveyard': To make a box with your mouse, drag it on the table, but make sure only the cards you want will be partly touching the inside of the box and then let go of the mouse button. These cards will now have red border around them. This is to let you know which cards you selected. (If you made a mistake you can start over by making a tiny box anywhere on the bare table.) Now right click any red bordered card and choose 'Bury.'

Putting Cards Into Your (Deck) 'Library'-
Put a card at the top of your 'Library': Drag-and-drop the card to the 'Library.'

Put a card at the bottom of your 'Library': Hold down the shift key and Drag-and-drop the card to the 'Library.'

Put a group of cards from the table to the 'Library': To make a box with your mouse, drag it on the table, but make sure only the cards you want will be partly touching the inside of the box and then let go of the mouse button. These cards will now have red border around them. This is to let you know which cards you selected. (If you made a mistake you can start over by making a tiny box anywhere on the bare table.) Now, right click any red bordered card and choose 'Return to Library.'

Look at a certain number of cards from the top of your (deck) 'Library' and put back in any order: Use menu options View - Top Cards of My Library. In the pop-up window type the number of cards you wish to view and click OK. Then another pop-up window with a view of just those cards from the top of your deck will come up. Now, drag-and-drop them one at a time from the pop-up window to the 'Library.' Keep in mind that the first card you drag-and-drop will be the sixth from the top when you are done.

Putting Cards Into Your 'Hand'-
Put a card from the table to your 'Hand': Drag-and-drop the card to your 'Hand.'

Put a group of cards from the table into your 'Hand': To make a box with your mouse, drag it on the table, but make sure only the cards you want will be partly touching the inside of the box and then let go of the mouse button. These cards will now have red border around them. This is to let you know which cards you selected. (If you made a mistake you can start over by making a tiny box anywhere on the bare table.) Now right click any red bordered card and choose 'Return to Hand.'

Showing Your Opponent-
Show your opponent your 'Hand':

Show your opponent the top cards of your 'Library':

Viewing Card Information-
View a card's details from your 'Hand': Right click the card.

View a card's details from the table: Right click the card and from the pop-up menu, choose 'View.'

View a card's details from any pop-up window: Right click the card and from the pop-up menu, choose 'View.'

View your 'Graveyard': Double click the 'Graveyard.'

View your opponent's 'Graveyard': Use menu options; View - Opponent's Graveyard.

Reconnecting-
If you accidentally disconnect or get disconnected, do not close Apprentice. It is sometimes possible to reconnect from where you left off. In order to reestablish a connection with someone, you BOTH need to do the following, in the correct order.

  1. Click the 'OK' on the 'warning' pop-up window.
  2. Click the menu options: Communications - Disconnect.
  3. Click the 'OK' on the 'warning' pop-up window.
  4. Click the Light Bulb/'Reconnect' button.

Once you both complete these steps,you should now be reconnected if it is possible to do so.

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Building A Deck With The Editor
After clicking on the 'Deck Editor' button you will see a pop-up window with a row of buttons, a section called "Filters," and the deck making area. Also, keep close attention to the status bar at the very bottom of this window, it can help you in your building process. On the left side is a box listing all the Harry Potter TCG cards. The right side will be the deck you are working on.

Main Buttons-
These are the Deck Editor's buttons from left to right.

Create a New Deck: This is the 'New' button. It empties the right side of cards.
Save A Deck: Click on the 'Save As' (Disk) button, give it a filename, and click 'Save.'

Load a Deck: This is the 'Folder with a Down Arrow' button. Click it and select the deck file, and click 'Open.'

Export a Deck in Text Format: This is the 'Red Square, Yellow Circle with a Right Arrow' button. Click it, give your deck a name, click "Save' and it will be saved as a 'txt' file that most word processors can view.

Print the Current Deck: This is the 'Silver Printer' button. This prints your current deck directly to your printer.

Print the Card List: This is the 'Aqua Printer' button. This prints the entire card list directly to your printer.

Apply Filter(s): This is the 'Green GO' button. When you click this it turns on your filter settings and the left side will only have the cards you asked for.

Halt Filtering: This is the 'Red STOP' button. When you click this it turns off your filter settings and will display all the cards on the left side.

Filters-
Filters can be very useful if you are looking for a certain type of card. Using this option can come in quite handy. It helps narrow down the number and types of cards you are viewing. I suggest using 'the ignore case' checkbox which should have a checkmark in it. To use the filter, you select or type in the things you want to filter out and click the 'GO' button. There are several types of filters that you can use.

Contains: By typing in a specific word, name, or phrase from the title of a card, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards that contain that specific word, name, or phrase in the title. For instance, if you wanted to view all the cards containing the word 'dragon' that is what you would enter and click the 'GO' button.

Casting Cost: By typing in a specific Casting Cost, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards that require a specific amount of Power. You must also type in the type of power the card requires. For instance, if you wanted to view all Transfiguration cards that cost 5, you would type in '5t' and click the 'GO' button. F indicates Care of Magical Creatures. Otherwise, the letters correspond to the first letter of the lesson required.

Text Box: By typing in a specific word, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards that contain that word in the text box. The text box on a card is where its effects are stated. So, if you wanted to view only cards that had the word draw in them, you would type in 'draw' and click the 'GO' button. Note, this function is probably not as useful as the others are because it includes all cards that contain that word, but you may find it useful in conjunction with the other filters.

Flavor Text: (This isn't used.) But it will search the quotes that are on the card from the books.

Card Color: By selecting a certain card color from the drop-down menu and clicking the 'GO' button, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards of a certain color. Artifact indicates Care of Magical Creatures, White indicates Characters, Land indicates Adventures, Black is not used. Otherwise, the colors correspond to those used in Harry Potter TCG.

Expansion: By selecting an expansion from the drop-down menu and clicking the 'GO' button, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards in a certain expansion. For instance, if you wanted to make an all Quidditch Cup Deck, you would select QC - Quidditch Cup from the drop-down menu and click the 'GO' button.

Format: Format refers to the quality of card, as in rare, uncommon, common, and lessons. By selecting a format from the drop-down menu and clicking the 'GO' button, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards in a certain format. The 'T2 Standard' option does not apply to Harry Potter TCG.

Power/Toughness: By typing in a number or set of numbers, you can limit the cards you view to include only creatures with a certain Damage and/or Health. If you simply type in one number, it will include all creatures that have that number as their Damage or Health. If you type in a specific set of numbers (i.e. 0/1) you will view all creatures that match that ratio. The first number indicates Damage per turn, the second indicates Health.

Card Type: By typing in a specific card type, you can limit the cards you view to include only cards of that type. Examples of this would be Books, Locations, Items, Unique, Gryffindor, Spell, etc. etc.

NOTE: Remember that you can use all or none of these at once, and you will have to undo any changes you made to the filter if you want to look at a different set of cards. Just hit 'go' to use the filter option when you have typed in the requirements you are looking for.

Action Buttons-
These are the middle buttons between the windows and the actions that go with them. We will start at the top and work down. Also, to give your deck a name, type it into the 'Deck Name' field.

'View Card' Information: To do this, select a card and either right click it or click the "View' button.

'Comments': If you wish to add comments, like "spells" or "creatures" into your deck file, click the 'Comment' button, type your comment in the pop-up window, and click 'OK.'

'Add' A Card To Your Deck: To add a card to your deck, scroll down the list on the left, highlight the card you wish to add, and click the 'Add' button. This will put in one copy of that selected card into your deck. If you want more of the same card just click the 'Add' button again. Once you have all the cards you want on the right side, be sure to check the status line at the bottom to see that you have the correct total number of cards, 61.

(Skipping the next 2 buttons.)

'Delete' A Card From Your Deck: If you need to take a card out of your deck, scroll down the list on the right, highlight the card you wish to delete, and click the 'Delete' button. This will take out one copy of that selected card.

To read more detailed information about Harry Potter TCG deck building:
click here.

Don't forget to save your deck when you're done!

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