Cards Against Muggles


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Cards Against Muggles

Are you a horrible person who fancies the Harry Potter book series, or maybe a plastic fan that loves the movies? Do you have the evilness required to become part of the Death Eaters squad. Or maybe Voldemort himself?

If the answer is yes to at least one of these questions, then you have what it requires to enjoy the Cards Against Muggles game; a dirty, horrible card game for people who enjoy +18 and dark humor and love the magical world of Harry Potter, with everything in it, except for muggles.

Much like the original Cards Against Humanity, the Cards Against Muggles card game requires you to match statements to answers to create a funny sentence. Of course the cards are Hogwarts related though a little more risque so you best make sure your Potter knowledge is all up to date.

The game is quite dirty as it tackles a lot of NSFW topics, though it is a bit less offensive than the original Cards Against Humanity Game.

Yet, Potterheads will enjoy it wat more than the regular game, just as casual fans (the entry to this article was just a bit of a joke, of course).

This is the perfect game for Potter, Cards Against Humanity and Hillarious! Cards Against South Africa fans. It will have the whole group laughing at the horrible and twisted answers you and your friends come up with.

Forgot He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, the cards in are full of Things-That-Should-Not-Be-Said. And that’s half the fun.

How is the Game Played

Only adults should play the Cards Against Muggles game, we reiterate, as we do not want some young Harry Potter fans to get traumatizing thoughts on their childhood hero.

It is not suggested to take it out in family gatherings, except in case your family members are some dirty wizards, that know how to enjoy a good game, even if it?s full of dirty jokes and dark humor.

The?full pack contains about 1440 cards, 990 of which white cards and the rest black cards. It is played the same way as the Cards Against Humanity, which means from four to over 20 people can play it together, within a period of 30 minutes to an hour and a half.

One person becomes the one who distributes the cards and gives 10 white cards to each person at the beginning.

The white cards can contain anything from a name to a short statement, to a random list of things, to a single word, whereas the black ones contain a question or a fill-in-the-blank type statement.

The first player draws a black card that is placed in a pile. The player reads it aloud, and then each player chooses one of their white cards to read with the black card, aside from the person who red the black card.

Every player votes the favorite combination and the winner gets to keep the black card. The game is over when all the black cards are over.

It would be very thoughtful at the beginning of the game to ask all those present whether they mind dirty jokes and dark evil humor as if not, it is better not to include those people in the game. It will be more fun this way.

What Do Potterheads Think of the Game?

Harry Potter Fans, whether they have only watched the movie, or read all the books (more than once), in particular those that have also seen A Very Potter Musical, Harry Potter Puppet Pals, the Cursed Child, Fantastic beasts and more, absolutely adore the game.

All fans have a different sense of humor, but definitely, most of them have found the game to be hilarious.

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Cards Against Muggles

Additional information

Weight 0.94 kg
Dimensions 20.4 × 10 × 7.2 cm


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