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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Draco the Seeker - Chamber of Secrets

Draco the Seeker
Card Type: Character - Wizard Slytherin Unique
Ability: If your opponent has any cards in his or her hand, you may use an Action to make him or her choose 1 of them and discard it.
Card No: 13
Rarity: Rare/Holo
Set: Chamber of Secrets
Average Rating: 2.87 (based on 7 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


The new Draco is a lot like the original one. The difference is that the new one doesn't cost you a card, but gives your opponent the choice of which card to discard. You also don't get to look at their hand. In most cases, I like the old one better, as I want to knock out their best card and get to see what they are up to. The times that I prefer the new one is when I'm working on a lock based on cards in hand. For example, if you have out 4 Privet Drive, In the Stands, or Locked In. In these cases, this new Draco can be kinda mean. Having said that, I'd still rather have a starter that provides a lesson or bonus actions, and I don't like playing characters in an allied role, unless their abilities are nice enough to compensate for paying the extra action to get them into play.

Rating: 2.5


I've used this guy as a starter in an Adventure/Creatures/Charms hand denial deck, and I've gotten a lock in MANY times. One card from there hand for an action, and no cards from yours. =) Get a Unicorn and Letters from No One out with a few creatrues, and you can keep there hand too low to solve it for the whole game! :O

Rating: 4


Personally I liked the 1st Draco better than this one because even though you lost a card you still got to strip them of their best card. This card could help out hand denial decks but other than that he usually isn’t of much use.

Rating: 1.2


This kid, I wanna ring his neck for buying his way into the team. Although his power is quite good as the old one though, this is not for people who like to select what cards for your opponent to decide this is not bad actually. Imagine knocking them out with confundus , purple firecrackers before using this guy. He actually poses a threat to your opponent if you use him as a starter. Making them discard a card from his hand is deadly

Rating: 2.5


Hand denial is fun, and this card can rank right up there with the first Draco in the frustration level. However, instead of exchanging the worst card in your hand for their best card, or most damaging card to be played soon, you don't discard, and they can choose to discard whatever card they want. This has its advantages, instead of building a deck where some cards you know you'll waste, you can make every card count. I don't think that this card when played will even be played correctly, but if it could be played in a deck where Hand Denial is every where, and such adventures like Letters to No One are played, it could be much fun.

Rating: 3


Remember the old Base Set Draco? This is the same, but different. Since you can obviously only use one of these at a time for the whole game, it would be wise to decide which is best for you, if at all. The old one has the advantage of getting to see their hand, and getting to choose what is discarded, at the cost of discarding something yourself. The new one doesn't make you discard a card, and still decreases their hand size. If you like seeing their hand and choosing, the original Draco is your man. But if you're playing a hand denial deck, all that matters is they lose cards... when they've only got 1 card left, does it matter that you see their hand and pick? ;')

Rating: 3


Well he doesn't require the normal card out of your hand that the first Draco did. But you don't get to pick like you did with the first Draco, either. I've seen lock decks with both and they can both be effective. I think most people who take these guys as characters forget to use them though. I've seen many decks where it is part of the strategy but the person never uses him. I hate seeing the original Draco on the table the most, but this guy comes as a close second. It is very hard to use them well, but if you can, the amount of control you can put on your opponent is stifling.

Rating: 3.9

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