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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Griphook - Diagon Alley

Card Type: Character - Goblin Unique
Ability: Once per game, you may make your opponent discard his or her hand. Then your opponent draws as many cards as he or she discarded in this way.
Card No: 12
Rarity: Rare/Holo
Set: Diagon Alley
Average Rating: 4.00 (based on 4 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


When I last reviewed this card almost a year ago, I must have been having a bad day. A 2.0 rating is too harsh for this green little guy - given that he eventually became the primary kill card for one of my favorite decks. That Ron Weasley-led deck stalled the game until the opponent had a hand full of cards, and then brought in Grippy for the finish. In a Ron deck, this card can be very powerful. You should also give it consideration in Venomous Tentacular Juice decks, which are all the rage of late. Just be cautious about putting him into any deck that you expect to use two actions to get him into play. It's debatable whether or not his effect is worth that much of an action expense.

Rating: 3


My favorite character of all time he rocks the hizzouse with his phat tricks. He just dominates not only does he do damage he can get rid of the cards your opponent might be stashing in his hand. If you are playing denial he is awesome and flat out whoops.

Rating: 5


This card is great in a dobby's help deck. This card is pretty good alone too. A lot of people use this so it's good if you have mutiple copies in your deck. I reccomend using this card if you find your opponets have big hands a lot.

Rating: 4


Half as effective as Venomous Tentacular Juice, but able to get out quicker. This is mainly a great card to one, discard your opponent's nice hand when they get that big grin across their face, and two, to make them lose the same amount of cards off their decks as well. It's only half a Peeves, but sometimes it's just what the doctor ordered.

Rating: 4

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