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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Cleansweep Seven - Quidditch Cup

Cleansweep Seven
Power Needed: 2 Quidditch
Card Type: Item/Broom
Ability: When you play this card, look at the top 4 cards of your deck and put them back on top in any order. (If there are fewer than 4, look at all of them.) If you play this card, and you already have a Broom in play, discard the old one.
Provides: 1 Quidditch
Card No: 54
Rarity: Common
Set: Quidditch Cup
Average Rating: 1.66 (based on 5 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


If you use this broom, it should be as the first action in your turn, right before you intend to draw as your second action. Otherwise, your opponent could damage you by at least 4 points, nullifying the card ordering benefit of this card. Unfortunately, that strategy of using your last action in a turn to draw goes against proper gameplay. That is, if you look at your hand and decide that you only have one useful action to be taken by playing a card, and that your other action should be to draw, then you should always draw first, just in case the drawn card is preferable to play over the one you were planning on casting. This broom isn't bad, but I can't think of any deck designs that wouldn't prefer to have one of the other brooms in it instead. If you don't have one of those other brooms, then it's usually OK to replace one of your Quidditch lessons with this card.

Rating: 2


Cleansweep is an ok broomstick, but compared to Nimbus or Comet it's brutal. It's power you only get to use once a game, but it can be useful. Being able to look at the top 4 cards of your deck and re-arranging them to your choice is cool, but since you can only do it once when you play it, it's not that good. Since it's a broomstick, you would also have to discard any other broom you have in play for this! It costs two Quidditch, so thats ok, and it provides one, so you can use it, but I would recommend not.

Rating: 2


Let, me see if there is a word for this card. BORING! Now I realize this will "maybe" help you get the card you want sooner, but I don't think this is the card you should be using for doing that. The other brooms are much stronger with much better effects. Plus, if you had an open slot or two in your deck, is this really what you would want filling that whole? I didn't think so.

Rating: 1.5


I'd like to give a great big shout out to the new president of my fan club, professor snape, thank you for all the mail you've been sending me, be sure to keep it coming. That exploding potion sure caused a great deal of laughter when one of my secretaries opened it, you are a funny one severus. Alright onto the Cleansweep Seven, which is one of the useless cards that probably shouldn't have been included in the deck. There is a reason why it was a free promo card and its because its pretty useless in my opinion. Yes it provides a lesson and yes you get to order your top four cards, but most likely your opponent can easily do four damage, making those cards well pointless. Basically, if you're going to put a broom in your deck, it's either going to be the Comet or the Nimbus. I wouldn't ever recommend this card for any reason at all.

Rating: 1


Now if you could use an action to rearrange the top cards of your deck or if it happened before you drew your first card (even if it was just the turn after you played it), the Cleansweep Seven would be great! And if the Nimbus 2000 or the Comet 260 or even Bluebottle were never printed, this card would be great too! don't get me wrong, i like to shift positions of the cards on top of my library, however.... when have you ever played a game where you KNEW your opponent would not do you three damage to you the very next turn? Overall, this might not be a bad broom in a Draco Slytherin deck if you are running quidditch and get the extra action to draw whatever card you put on top. But as far as usefulness game ways goes, it's a little sketchy.

Rating: 1.8



During deck building, Cleansweep Seven shouldn't be the broom you choose. Most good Quidditch spells require 4 and more lessons, so the 3 power it makes you attain shoudn't be very usefull and it's ability is not very usefull since placing the 4 top cards of your deck in any order will only affect the 2-3 next turns that is only if you are not dealt damage meanwhile. It is easely relpaced by the Comet that gets you to the first key power in Quidditch, 4 (Fouled!, Pulling Up), and it's ability remains during the whole game.

Rating: 1.23456789 (Guest Reviewer's ratings are not added into the average.)

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