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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Marble Gargoyle - Adventures at Hogwarts

Marble Gargoyle
Power Needed: 5 CoMC
Card Type: Creature - Gargoyle
Ability: When Marble Gargoyle does damage to your opponent, if he or she doesn't have any Creatures in play, it does 3 more damage to him or her.
Damage each turn: 2
Health: 3
Card No: 42
Rarity: Uncommon
Set: Adventures at Hogwarts
Average Rating: 4.28 (based on 6 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


This is the big brother to Sandstone Gargoyle. While that card is a potential nuisance, this one is a freaking nightmare. Under inferior conditions, it still has the same power for casting cost as Cobra Lilly and Quintaped. It's only slightly less durable, but that minor sacrifice is more than offset by the added chance of getting in 3 more damage a turn. This card is a no-brainer inclusion into almost any McGonagall-led creature decks. Such decks always run Steelclaws, which can combine nicely with this card. This is one statue that your opponent is not going to want to have fall on them.

Rating: 4.5


2 damage a turn with the possibility of 5...:D With Hagrid...this card is just like a boulder going through your opponent! (For many reasons...) The 3 health protects it against Fumos/Doxy/Toe Biter, but most other creature damage spells kill it...

Rating: 4


Here we have another 2 damage, 5 power creature unleashed with some punch. This Gargoyle Breed is really going to be a temptation as a big creature alternative. A possible hit of 5 damage a turn can be scary to those non-creature players out there. Although this will not be as strong against other creature decks as a Quintaped with 5 health, it will probably become the choice creature to add. So once again all you spell deck players…beware!

Rating: 4


If you liked the Sandstone Gargoyle, then you're going to love the Marble Gargoyle, he does 2 damage, and if your opponent doesn't have any creatures out he does 5 damage, where can you get that hitting power for only 5 power. Not very many places. The trick will be keeping your opponents creatures off the board so that he can do your thing. But i have notice that getting out a Marble Gargoyle and a River Troll, can spell a fast fast doom for your opponent, add a steelclaw or two and its nights out. Good luck thinking of combos for this baby.

Rating: 4.25


Another marbelous creature that you don't wana take for granite. This guy is just as solid as his Sandstone brother. You could play this fella turn 3 and be doing 5 damage a turn. Still, you'll want this in some sort of creature removal deck so you can be sure your Gargoyles can use their ability. Five damage for 5 power is better than most creatures in it's range. River Troll does 4 damage, but loses you a lesson. And even when you don't get the bonus, it still does as much damage as Quintaped & Cobra Lily. Use with Fobbiden Forest and you won't have to wait for its ability to activate just to get RHagrid's bonus.

Rating: 5


Marble Gargoyle has a nice bang for the buck. At five power, i might opt for Cunning Fox or Quintaped, but if you are going for a low powered creatures deck, throw this guy on in there. As with Sandstone Gargoyle, if you work on limiting your opponent's creatures, he might just get to strut his stuff and do five damage a turn. I've got a deck with nuttin but the gargoyles and denial and it does pretty darn well! If you are going for the curve idea of some early creatures and some bigger creatures, i think Quintaped is king of the five power slot, but Marble Gargoyle is not to be underestimated.

Rating: 3.9

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