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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Dog Biscuits - Diagon Alley

Dog Biscuits
Power Needed: 1 CoMC
Card Type: Spell
Effect: Remove all damage counters (if any) from 1 of your creatures in play. Then draw a card.
Card No: 57
Rarity: Common
Set: Diagon Alley
Average Rating: 1.20 (based on 5 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


The good news is that if you have an injured creature, it is now fully healed! Because of the automatic draw, it hasn't even cost you a card to do this. The bad news is that the automatic draw is equivalent to taking a point of damage, and you did use up an action to play this card. The worse news is that this doesn't help you at all against Transfiguration's creature removal, which is not damage-based. In fact, it isn't much help against Charm's damage-based creature removal either, since such spells are usually directed towards your creatures that are small enough to die that turn. So what's it good for? That's right. Nothing. (Actually, I'm being a bit harsh here. I've found that this card
and others of its ilk make for rather decent wallpaper.)

Rating: 1


This was my least favorite card of the DA set. AS we have learned about creature play there is one constant. Healing a damaged creature is hardly ever needed. If you played Fumos and had some 3 health or more creatures on you side of the table this card could put one of them back to full health. Why not use Nurture instead? Of course you would heal them all back and you would use Nurture. The funniest thing about this card is that they actually made this when Nurture already existed. So feed your Dog Biscuit to Scooby Doo and not Harry Potter.

Rating: 1


Here Fang I got some dog biscuits for you, you feel better now don't you. Well thats what the dog biscuits can do for your creatures heal them. Now I really wouldn't advocate this card. For two reasons, one most likely your opponent is only going to do damage to your creature if they can get rid of it, the other one being that the played fumos and damaged all your creatures. So in this case I would recomment nurture over dog biscuits, because for 2F instead of 1F you heal all your creatures. Now you don't get to draw a card with Nurture, but you might as well heal all your creatures if you're going to heal them. I really feel that this strategy would pay off better for you.

Rating: 2


Why in the world anyone would put this card in their deck instead of Nurture is beyond me. Unless you just want to be funny and the only creature in your deck is Fluffy. Then, when Fluffy gets hurt, you can start singing "Old Man, Paddywack, give the dog a bone!" 'course i'm not sure if anyone but me would do that :) Only other deck i can see this fitting in is a theme deck. I made a theme deck once called Trick or Treat and everything in it was a Trick or a Treat and a couple Guard Dogs so i could use my Dog Biscuits. Beyond that.... If you are looking to heal creatures, I say go for Nurture or Cage or Mice to Snuffboxes. The last two work really well if the creature does something when it comes into play like one of the Owls or Doxy or Streeler

Rating: 1


I absolutely wonder why they made that card after so many alternatives to it. My personal favorite is Mice To Snuffboxes. This card is so versatile! You can use it to heal or reuse the "when this creature comes in play" ability on your creatures, to remove your opponents pesky critters or you can do both, remove one of their units from play and remove one of your own. Of course there are other cards to replace Dog Biscuits but this one is my favorite. Definitely a no-no!

Rating: 1

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