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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Halloween Feast - Quidditch Cup

Halloween Feast
Power Needed: 4 Charms
Card Type: Spell
Effect: Put up to 4 Creature cards from your discard pile into your hand.
Card No: 10
Rarity: Rare/Foil
Set: Quidditch Cup
Average Rating: 4.83 (based on 6 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


If you have to solve an In the Stands before you can play out your creatures, this card makes the recovery very quick. It can put the pressure on an opponent that comes equipped with a fair amount of creature removal, as well. If you are running a creature deck with blue in it, this card should be an automatic inclusion in your design. It doesn't matter if your deck features many small guys or a few big ones, this supplementary card should not be overlooked. That's because it potentially gives you a big action boost. It costs an action to draw this card, and another to play it, but you get to put four cards into your hand, each of which would have cost you a draw to get there. The best part is that these card "draws" come from your discard pile, so you aren't being virtually damaged by getting them. This also carries the implication that the card works best later in the game, when you have many juicy choices of creatures to get back. Since having too many feasts in hand is redundant, and the card is not especially prized as an early draw, I never put four into a deck. I usually blindly put two into my creature decks, and then may adjust this up or down by one depending on my deck configuration and expected opposition.

Rating: 5


One of two 5/5’s I’ll be giving this week. Halloween Feast lets you take up to 4 cards from your discard pile and put them into your hand. This makes solving In the Stands a LOT easier. You can also go for the late game drive, grab 4 Marble Gargoyles/Black Bats…:D You can also get Doxy/Streeler, if you’re in trouble with your opponents lessons. There really isn’t a lot to say about this card, only that it rocks.

Rating: 5


This card like all the other feasts (except for Start of Term Feast which is only mediocre) are all very good with this one being the best of the best. To get four creatures back from the grave yard is very good if they used four cards to get them to the graveyard chances are that they don't have four more cards that can kill your creatures. This card with Flitwick is almost always game ending. I would strongly playing three or four of these cards in a deck.

Rating: 4.2


This isn't a Valentine's Day Feast, which we all know is my favorite holiday, but who can argue with a Feast of any kind especially a Halloween one, where the candy is plentiful and the creatures are out in full force. Actually this holiday is quite depressing, the world should be trying to make themselves prettier and yet they make themselves more ghoulish, now I realize that isn't a far trip for some of you, but I mean at least work with me here. Now there isn't much I can say about Halloween Feast the card, except this. If you're playing Charms and CMC, you're stupid if you don't put this card in your deck. This lets you get 4 creatures from your discard pile, hello this just rocks. One of the more momentum turning spells and it only costs 4 power. Go add it to your deck now!

Rating: 4.8


Feast your eyes on this total Creature Coercion Card. This card couldn't be cheaper or stronger if they wanted it. it is fast and it is nice with your Flitwick as your starter. Hit me with a anti-creature cards and I will come right back at you with this little scary holiday. On this that I really like to do early in a game is after a spell deck hits me with 2 or 3 cheap spells in the 2nd and 3rd turn, I use this. As soon as I get 3 creatures in my discard pile I use it early. It gives your creature deck a quick jump-start.

Rating: 5


Charms and creatures go wayyyyyyy back..... It is a great combination of lessons and this simply makes it six times better. I wouldn't stock your deck with these but definitely want at least a couple if you are playing critters with charms. there is nothing more agrivating than getting rid of your opponent's creatures and then they get them all back with a halloween feast. This card is powerful to the extreme and it only costs 4. In a word...... BOOYAH!

Rating: 5



Yum, it's that time of year again! This spell card is one of the most underrated cards in the game. With so many decks being the standard Charms/CoMC/Trans formula, this card can quite often be the difference between winning and losing. It allows you to run 4 less creatures in your deck (if you want to of course), so it effectively acts as a quadruple creature. The great aspects of this card is its very low cost, ability to get creatures of your choice, and the fact that they go straight into your hand, ready to use for your next action. You know you all hate it when your last dragon, fox, boa etc gets discarded, but this awesome card makes it as though it went into your hand.

The one and only one negative about this card is its rarity!

Rating: 4.5 (Guest Reviewer's ratings are not added into the average.)

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