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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Caught! - Chamber of Secrets

Power Needed: 6 Transfiguration
Card Type: Spell
Effect: Choose 1 of your opponent's cards in play (other than his or her starting Character) and discard it. Your opponent may prevent this by choosing 4 cards in his or her hand and discarding them.
Card No: 60
Rarity: Uncommon
Set: Chamber of Secrets
Average Rating: 4.52 (based on 6 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


This card is very reminiscent of Picking on Neville. From an action perspective, four cards in hand is equivalent to two in play, presuming they aren't characters or adventures. "Caught!" comes with the comparative disadvantage of costing two more lessons to play than its cousin, PoN. You could say instead that it's actually more like a cheap Diffindo, if your opponent has less than four cards in hand. And so what if they don't? Isn't a six power transfiguration spell that forces a four card discard a great value? I think so. The only bad thing about this card is that you're not legally entitled to put more than four of them in your deck. Bummer, dude.

Rating: 5


An advanced Picking on Neville. Instead of 2 from play, they have the option to discard 4 from there hand. In the end, discarding 4 from there hand probably will hurt them more then 2 from play, as they will have to rely on a lucky draw more often then naught. This would get a 5 if it didn't have the option for your opponent to prevent it, but it's still good...

Rating: 4.5


This card is so so good I love it so much! It is an upgrade to PON granted it costs six but most of the time they either don’t have the cards in their hands to prevent it or they are saving cards that they need to win. I could go on and on about this card but I won’t all I’m gonna say is play this card and play it often.

Rating: 4.7


This is a very interesting card. It combos well with most denial decks and in essence is a Diffindo with an out for your opponent. From the looks of the card this out is contigent on your opponent having 4 cards in his hand, it would appear that if he doesn't have 4 cards then he must discard the card you picked. The cost of this card is easily obtainable and might prove as a successful creature defense, especially if its followed by some more denial. I really like the idea of this card and I would highly suggest it if you are playing denial, it just seems like a win-win situation all around.

Rating: 4.2


Compairible to PON, this guy is niiiice. Making your opponent think is a good strategy, cause when they think there's always a chance that they could screw up. ;) At 6T, it's an early Diffindo if they dont have enough cards or arn't willing to take the alternative. This has awesome potential in discard decks, because if you're already attacking their hand keeping it small, if you can get it to three or less, this is a garrenteed Diffindo. :D

Rating: 4.9


This is a cool and different option on Picking on Neville. And once again a nice option against Halloween Feasts. You kill the card that lets them play the creatures they just grabbed..... or they discard the creatures they just grabbed. Powerful! Of course a lot of times i tend to play decks that draw a lot and i have found a definite weakness to the card. If your deck draws a lot via matches, books, items or whatever, this card will be less painful, but of course you can only discard so many cards and this might be the fun way to use your extra action from Dobby's Dissapearence. I almost wish it was "Your opponent discards four cards" Now that would be groovy! But this is definitely likely to be sighted in Trans decks with or without other hand control.

Rating: 3.8

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