Cards against muggles is a party game for harry potter enthusiasts
Posted July 21
Cards Against Humanity is the go-to party game for people who love inappropriate humor, and who thrill at trying to outdo their friends to create sentences that are obscenely, hilariously wrong. If you’ve never played, it’s basically a perverted version of Apples to Apples-players fill in sentences with ridiculous words and phrases, aiming for the most shocking (and funny) result.
It’s a game that bills itself as “a party game for horrible people,” and it’s just as fun as it sounds. But what if your obsession with dirty jokes is only matched by your love for all things Harry Potter? Is there a party game made especially for you?
Now there is. It’s called Cards Against Muggles, and it combines the irreverent, X-rated world of Cards Against Humanity with the fantastical, magical, wizarding world of Harry Potter. The creators call it a “hilariously offensive (unofficial) Harry Potter edition of Cards Against Humanity,” and the set comes with a whopping 1,300 cards featuring a wide array of Harry Potter characters, words and themes. “With so many cards,” the website explains, “it’s designed to be used as a stand alone game, but it would work quite nicely with your other decks as well.”
Think lots and lots of references to wands, polyjuice potion, dungeons and new twists on the definition of “patronus.”
Perhaps the best news about this new game is that it’s available for instant download. For the price of $19.95, you can download it directly from the Cards Against Muggles site and print it onto regular paper at home, or have it printed professionally on card stock. Either way, this game is a must-have for any Potterhead whose sense of humor is as dark as Snape’s wardrobe.
For the ideal game night, whip up some butterbeer and cauldron cupcakes and see which of your friends has the dirtiest mind-no legilimency required.