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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

End-of-Year Feast - Adventures at Hogwarts

End-of-Year Feast
Power Needed: 4 Charms
Card Type: Spell
Effect: Put up to 4 Adventure cards from your discard pile into your hand.
Card No: 7
Rarity: Rare/Foil
Set: Adventures at Hogwarts
Average Rating: 3.098 (based on 5 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


The Harry Potter card game finally gets a feast for adventures. Yay! Now, you will no longer have to endure seeing a stack of adventures sitting in your discard pile. This feast will recover them, where they can go to work for you, pronto. Of course, how often does it occur that there's a large number of such cards gathering dust in your discard pile? In games that aren't hopelessly lost? Ever? Probably not. You see, adventures take two actions to play, and you can only have one active adventure at any time in the game. With such a significant commitment necessary to play an adventure, most good decks only pick one specific adventure type that best fits their deck design, and content themselves with that. That doesn't provide much of an opportunity to need this card. If more quick-solving adventures are made, then I can see this fitting into a deck using Fred and George. I'm referring to ones that are "easily" solved, like Candy Cart, where your opponent only has to accept 10 damage to make it go away. Right now, there isn't enough of a multiplicity of such adventures to make this card ready for prime time. But keep it in mind for the future.

Rating: 2


In Gred and Feorge deck, THIS CARD IS GOD! This card is VERY good. You have lost 3 Privets already? Well, just play this, and your opponent is going to be spell-less for a VERY long time. It's also good in the creature decks that are running 4 4 Privet Drives now. Get them back, and continue to stall your opponent while your creatures 0wn them. But, some decks don't run yeah. =\ Beware of this card, and ph33r it when you're against it.

Rating: 3.5


The next in line of the Feast tradition. Halloween Feast, excellent card, gets used all the time, Christmas Feast another very good card that gets used often, However the End-of-Year Feast doesn't seem to rank up there with them. For one reason, you can't use the Feast and then play a card unless you're using Fred and George. You can only have one adventure in play at a time, which defeats the purpose of getting four of them. This card just doesn't seem like it'll help out as much as one would think. Until they decide that you can play more then one adventure at a time, which I don't think they'll do this card just isn't as good as you'd might think. Then again, if you really need that adventure you just played, this card could come in handy.

Rating: 2.85


Obviously, a natural card for Gred and Feorge decks. Adventures are pesky, but sometimes they don't last as long as you want them too. Maybe you feel 4 Meeting Fluffys isn't enough, then this is the card for you! Decks that use Halloween Feast often have lots of Creatures, so if you plan on playing this, you'll need lots of Adventures.

Rating: 3.14


mmmmmmm yummy adventures!!!!! Fred and George just got buff! Knew all that practicing at Mischief would finally pay off one day. Of course, you dont have to play fred and george to play a lot of adventures! Heck, even if you only play with one type of adventure in your deck, but you want to make sure it sticks around, this is not a bad idea especially with McGonagall around.

Rating: 4



Fun. =D Again, in Fred and George decks, this is GREAT! 4 Adventures out of the discard pile for one action! In other words, if you opponent discards your adventure (like 4 Privet), then you can just use one action to use this, get it and three other adventures out of the discard pile, then use your last action (assuming you're playing Fred and George) to play it! This can frustrated your opponent to the moon and back! =D

Rating: 3 (Guest Reviewer's ratings are not added into the average.)

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