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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

The Weasley Twins - Chamber of Secrets

The Weasley Twins
Card Type: Character - Wizard Gryffindor Unique
Ability: Before each of your turns, if you have an Adventure in play, your opponent takes 2 damage.
Card No: 53
Rarity: Rare/Holo
Set: Chamber of Secrets
Average Rating: 2.00 (based on 5 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
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Two damage per turn is enough to concern many people, in the long run. But this card won't apply the pain at all until you first get out an adventure to trigger the damage. So you need to include lots of search cards for your few adventures, or else include lots of adventures. Any deck that uses a great number of adventures will usually want to play with Fred & George, in order to get them into play cheaply. But wait a minute! Fred & George *are* the Weasley twins, so we can't have that card in play the same time this one is out. Since The Weasley Twins don't assist in development in any way, they tend to make for a poor starter, and if used as an allied character, they are vulnerable to being discarded by an opponent. As an allied character, it takes an action to draw this and another to play it. In the given situation that we find an adventure to play, and spend two actions to get it out, along with this card, then we will be able to damage our opponent for 2 per turn. At that point, we just have to hope that our opponent does not possess any means of discarding either the character or the adventure, and that the less-than- magnificent 2/turn will be enough to do them in. Sound Plausible? I thought not.

Rating: 1.5


The original is way better than this version. 2 damage a turn is not much at all and even if your adventures do damage you still have to use two actions to lay the adventure which is usually a waste of time. Still they might work well with Percy to get all your damage to combine and whittle away at your opponent.

Rating: 1.5


Now I've seen this card in alot of decks that run Fred & George, but as most of should know, thats an illegal deck, and I've written to wizards to confirm that it is indeed illegal. No matter what the card says, if the character card represents a certain character in the book series, you can not play another character card that represents those characters. Now if you could, that would be a wicked combo, but you can't so sorry people. This card is slightly better then Percy if you're playing with alot of adventures, but those adventures are going to eat two actions of yours up just so you can do a little bit of damage. I'm sure you can think of other ways to do damage.

Rating: 2.8


Ah, the twins. Always having something to do with Adventures, no doubt. But which version should you use? The other one is the basis of alot of decks that revolve around it, making Adventures alot easier to play. This one doesn't help get Adventures into play, but if you have an Adventure in play it does 2 damage every turn. Almost as bad as Percy. Much better off with the original.

Rating: 1.2


These guys are kinda neat. I much prefer Fred and George Weasley and you can't have both of them out in play, but if you don't mind paying two actions for your adventures and you want the extra damage, these guys could definitely get annoying. its a free Troll in the Bathroom if they don't solve your adventure. These guys would fit in well with the decks that have several adventures, but not so many that you won't lose out too much by paying two actions each time. Or with the adventures that are quite simply hardest to solve. These include Harry Hunting, Human Chess Game, Hiding from Snape, etc. Kinda cool and could be painful. Hard not to like Gred and Forge no matter what you call them.

Rating: 3



Hagrid, "I spent half my time chasing those 2 out of the forbidden forest." Who can be so annoying unlike the Weasley twins and this time, do they pack a punch. If you play an adventure card like Sticking up for neville or troll in the bathroom or the bigger card like Meeting fluffy, flying to hogwarts fighting the basilisk or dragon's escape and you would see these cards doing an extra 2 damage. This does not limit to only adventure cards which do damage but to ANY adventure you have in play! Cool huh? Bet you, your opponent is going to scream if you combo this with Fred and George Weasley or to Ron Weasley's character adventure decks where damage is little to get and every little damage count. (I think anyways you can combo these 2 cards because they don't have anything in common in the name except Weasley).

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

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