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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Homework - Base Set

Power Needed: 2 Transfiguration
Card Type: Spell
Effect: Put up to 2 Lesson cards from your hand into play.
Card No: 90
Rarity: Common
Set: Base Set
Average Rating: 1.68 (based on 6 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


It takes an action to draw this card, and another to play it. The effect puts two lessons from your hand into play. That's worth the equivalent of two actions. Of course, if you don't have two lessons in hand, this is useless. If you don't already have two lessons in play, one of which is Transfiguration, it's useless. If your opponent has out 4 Privet Drive and you lack adventure defense, it's useless. Do you see a pattern here? If you feel the urge to play two lessons in one action, you are almost always better off playing Hermione Granger as your starter. If you did your homework in analyzing this card, you'd see it isn't playable.

Rating: 1


Hmm, with this card, you get Hermione's effect. And, it can quicken your start. But, if you don't have 2 lessons, in the beginning of the game, it's pretty useless. Only decks that need a VERY fast start should use this card, as it can backfire easily.

Rating: 2.5


Very good in the early game but you have to run four of them to make sure you draw it early but if you are running four of them then you are going to draw them in the late game most likely where it is a dead card. They are useful with Hagrid’s Hut or Potion’s Dungeon to recoup your losses however.

Rating: 2.1


As I said in my previous review I hate homework. It eats my time for girls, computer and football (soccer for all you Americans) :D. Anyways this is a fairly decent card for playing in the first 2 turns. Other than that it is still useful but not as that fast quick pacy start which most people like to make super duper combos!! (pardon the !! marks I was hyper when doing this review ;) ) This card is fairly decent for its rarity / power needed ratio. I'd give this a ....

Rating: 2


Hey, it's a Hermoine clone. ;x It has the same basic effect that Hermoine provides, except Hermoine is a bit better for it's unforseen ability to allow two lessons from the discard pile to be able to come into play, as if it were from your hand. Homework does list the "from hand" restriction, which was inadvertantly left off of Hermoine. It's those little differences that make a bigger difference when deciding which card to use.

Rating: 1


OK, this card basically mimics the Base Set Hermione Ability. Think Twice about playing with it because you need this card AND two lessons in your hand in order to use it well. I don't really recommend this card in general unless you are playing a heavy-lessoned lock deck. Otherwise, it's not really worth your time.

Rating: 1.5



If you have enough lessons in your deck to have this card, go with Hermione. DO NOT use this card WITH Hermione. They have the same effect! If you have two or more of these in your deck, and you don't want Hermione as your starting character, put Hermiones in instead. The only reason I see that you would use this card is that you can't get your hands on a Hermione card.

Rating: 1.1 (Guest Reviewer's ratings are not added into the average.)

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