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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Fungiface Potion - Adventures at Hogwarts

Fungiface Potion
Power Needed: 4 Potions
Card Type: Spell
Effect: To play this card, discard 1 of your Potions Lessons from play. Do 6 damage to your opponent or to a Creature of your choice.
Card No: 61
Rarity: Common
Set: Adventures at Hogwarts
Average Rating: 2.75 (based on 4 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


Does anyone else think the picture for this card is hilarious? I'm automatically biased in favor of cards with good artwork. I'm glad to report that the effect of this card is also worthwhile. It's nearest equivalent is Dogbreath Potion, which deals 2 more damage, but also costs two more lessons to cast. If your point of emphasis is to directly attack your opponent, then Dogbreath is superior, as you want to apply as much damage as possible. On the other hand, if your primary concern is creature elimination, then Fungiface gets the nod, due to it's ease of casting. There are only three creatures in the game (Fang, Giant Squid, Fluffy) that this card won't take out, and two of them are also immune from Dogbreath. Don't play this card if your deck runs Transfiguration, as there are other better choices. But otherwise, this makes a nice creature control card for Potions decks.

Rating: 3


This card is definitely a close relative of Dogbreath Potion where has they have similiar damage levels, as well as similiar discarding levels. Doing six damage is nice, especially if you're worried about dragons coming out on the board. The one card discard is once again distressing. Potions would be an almost essential lesson type if everyone wasn't worried about discarding so many lessons while playing it. Granted there are ways around this dilema. Now I'm not one to advertise Hermoine, but couple Hermoine with Potions Dungeon and technically speaking you could play Fungiface over and over, you could play Malovent Mixtures, two turns in a row, the possibilities could be endless.

Rating: 3


If you haven't learned by now, Potions is a compromising lesson type. If you want damage early, you gota discard. If you want big damage early, you gota discard alot. If you want really big damage, you gota wait a while and then discard alot. This card does 6 for 4 but at the loss of a lesson. Personally, I'd prefur Alihotsy Draught over this card. You could do 6 damage or kill and item just by waitin and building up your lesson supply a bit. Sure, Fungiface could be used to kill creatures, but how often is that gona happen? Most of the time, these kinda potion cards are used on your opponent instead of his creatures. It seems wastful to me to use this to pick off a Cunning Fox and be doing 5 overkill instead of the whole 6 to your opponent and bring the game closer to an end. =)

Rating: 2


This is simply another Ouchy card for Potions. One step up from Noxious Poison. I don't like Potions for getting rid of creatures unless they are really big. I like potions to hurt my opponent because they tend to have higher damage. So likewise, I personally like to stick to higher damage Potions Damage. 6 is nothing to laugh at, but you could get the same deal or darn near it without losing a lesson with Quidditch or Charms. Not to say that this is a bad card, but often times I would bet on people siding this out for something else.

Rating: 3

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