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Pojo's Harry Potter Card of the Day

Seamus Finnigan - Quidditch Cup

Seamus Finnigan
Card Type: Character - Wizard Gryffindor Unique
Ability: Once during each of your turns, you may discard 2 cards from your hand to get 1 more Action.
Card No: 25
Rarity: Rare/Holo
Set: Quidditch Cup
Average Rating: 2.08 (based on 6 reviews) 
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


It takes one action to draw this card, and two to play it. To use it, you must discard two cars from hand, each of which are worth an action to draw. For all of that, you only get one action in return. Do you see how this card takes actions away from you? It would only be useful if your deck design forced you to draw many cards that you don't want. Just using card drawing, like with Photo Album or Great Hall, is probably not sufficient on its own. Perhaps with additional support, with cards like Peeves, then I might be able to see it. However, even then the limit of only being able to do this once per turn is drastically stifling on your ability to profit from the situation. It seems far more likely that the use of Seamus Finnegan will just blow up in your face.

Rating: 1.5


Finnigan is great is decks that run little creatures, since once you've hit 5 lessons, you can afford to discard lessons for actions. But, since you are discarding cards from your hand, if your opponent plays Lost Notes/Potions Exam/Scribblifors, you can find yourself in a hole. Myself, I prefer Unicorn over Finnigan, but, if you aren't running Creatures, I could understand using this guy as a backup...maybe.

Rating: 2.5


I really don’t see the point to this card. I mean getting an extra action is great and all but you are trading two cards in your hand to get this extra action so you really aren’t gaining an action at all (two actions to draw two cards for one extra action) which makes him worth it only if you have two photo albums out. Personally I have never played this guy and I wouldn’t recommend it.

Rating: 1.1


Seamus doesn't seem like a worth while card to play. As a starter there are much better options and as a back up card, its cost you two actions to play him so you can get one more action. This card just doesn't seem very good. There are some bad characters out there and this card is right up there with them. I can not think of anything to good about this card and I almost always find something good to say about a card. My best advice is to avoid this card if possible.

Rating: 1.2


Seamus probably won't be your starting character, as there are many better ones out there to choose from, but he still does his job when needed. Any type of deck could use this boy, because he doesn't require any specific "type" of card before you can use him, unlike Gringotts that needs Charms, or Platform that needs Trans. You dont have to use him every turn, but when you need an extra action to complete a killer combo, two cards are well worth sacrificing to bring home the win.

Rating: 2.6


A very interesting little fellow. Seamus I would say is the game ender. You won't use this guy every turn. But when you are one action away from winning, he will pull up the action you need. There are other cards that will do this, but Seamus is a good one to go with because unlike other cards, you do not have to wait to play them. You can decide on a turn by turn basis whether or not you want the extra action. The two cards from your hand can become a hindrance, but only if you use his too much. Some may argue about actions for drawing and playing and all that nonsense, but I have a Famous Harry/Seamus deck at home that almost always wins because I do three steelclaws on the last turn of the game.

Rating: 3.6

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