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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Letters From No One - Diagon Alley

Thanks to htang for the Card Scan

Letters From No One
Effect: Your opponent may only use actions to draw cards.
To Solve: Your opponent discards 5 cards from his or her hand.
Opponent's Reward: Your opponent may draw two cards.
Card No: 20
Rarity: Rare/Foil
Set: Diagon Alley
Average Rating: 4.48 (based on 4 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.

Alex Rockwell

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Letters From No One is the best adventure yet. Your opponent has to stall for at least one turn usually. If you can Obliviate his hand, there's two extra turns to solve it! But, McGonagall, which has become very popular with the addition of DA, kills it. 5 cards from your opponents hand isn't cheap. There are usually 3-4 you'd like to keep. This makes your opponent use up more actions then they should drawing, which in the long run hurts them. I would recommend putting this adventure in any deck that you can :D

Rating: 4


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Just for the record, this is a rewrite, because my first review was way off the mark. This adventure has the potential for making people lose actions, draw cards, and/or empty cards from their hand. It is like an all around adventure. It could do some thing to your opponent in most situations. Of course McGonagall has it’s number, but only once. I would really like to see this card in a Gred & Feorge Deck. One action to use would be nice! Either way, in most situations this card is worth 5 damage, and maybe an entire turn or two.

Rating: 4


This cards tons of fun. If McGonagall had to use an action to play her ability, this card would be.. BROKEN!! There have been adventures to prevent playing of Creatures, Items, Spells, but this card stops them all at once. It's kinda like the Human Chess Game, except it doesn't effect you, and it usually doesn't last as long. It may be easy to solve, but it doesn't mean you'll always want to solve it as soon as you can. People can solve Sticking Up for Neville anytime, but they usually wait till they don't have to discard any good cards to solve it. McGonagall is every Adventure's weakness... but if you have four in your deck, even McGonagall can be "paper-cut" :D

Rating: 4.9


So.... Pokey and me were makin new decks with the new cards and we decided to play each other... and we both JUST HAPPENED to put 4 Letters From No One into our decks.... well... we played about four or five games and every time, it was a contest as to who could play this card more... Paper Cuts! he kept sayin... Paper Cuts... He was playin a Draco, Slytherin deck with the Bulge Eye combo and he kept playin Eel Eyes and Beetle Eyes on either side of Draco.... boy were his eye's Bulgin! and then he would play the Letters From No One right below.. Draco was gettin Paper Cuts on his nose :) we would solve pretty much so that we could play our own Letters From No One adventure again and again and again... it was crazy... it was amazing... it was a lot of fun... all in all, it was down right redigavalous... I don't think either of us really paid attention to who won the games, but we were givin suggestions back and forth all through the game... anyways, to say the least, Letters From No One fastly became higher on my "most annoying" card list.

Rating: 5

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