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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Scribblifors - Adventures at Hogwarts

Power Needed: 7 Transfiguration
Card Type: Spell
Effect: Choose 2 of your opponent's cards in play (other than starting character). He or she chooses and discards 1 of them and returns the other to his or her hand.
Card No: 71
Rarity: Common
Set: Adventures at Hogwarts
Average Rating: 4.55 (based on 4 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


Hey! Somebody put a Quidditch weapon in the Transfiguration arsenal! All the McGonagall lovers like me are salivating at the thought of tossing this into a heavy lesson denial deck. Why wait until you have eight lessons in play to use Diffindo, when you can drop this bomb on them with just seven? This card effectively gives you a one-action advantage while negating the two strongest cards your opponent has in play. On the downside, there's clearly the problem that.... well..... umm.... Actually, I guess there isn't a problem! This card just proves the old adage - better red than dead.

Rating: 4.5


Scribblifors is the Picking on Neville of the new set, the only problem is its just a little bit steep on price although its definitely worth it. Now this card can be great, or it can be awesome. Most people I've seen play it don't use its strategy enough. The ideal use of scribblifors involves weakening your opponent. So make sure you pick cards that will slow down your opponent and not just save you a couple points of damage. Its all about strategy. I only have good things to say about this card so lets get right down to it, use it.

Rating: 4.5


Cheaper than Diffindo, and better IMO. You get to remove two whole cards off the board in one shot. Use strategy when targeting cards with this. Try targeting the two cards that will give your opponent the hardest choice to make. The cost of 7 won't let you play it very early, but when you do, it's great! Use PON while you're waiting. :P

Rating: 4.9


Scribblifors is pretty darned cool. You get to remove two of your opponent's cards from play. ANY two cards. creatures? items? adventures? characters? lessons? Any card that can target anything is amazing in my book (which is on sale now at Lockhart's White Teeth Book Store and Coffe Shop located in Diagon Alley). This card targets two anythings! Now... it's only drawback is they get to return one to their hand. This can sometimes hurt you.... like for instance... Hedwig can grab any non healer from their graveyard. Some creatures like Doxy and Welsh Green Dragon can do damage when they come into play. Items can help out a Draco Sly deck. etc. etc. so you need to be a little careful what you pick. But overall, this is just sweetness in a handbag!

Rating: 4.3

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