'Cards Against Muggles' Now Exists And It's Perfectly Riddikulus

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Harry Potter fans have just managed some serious mischief: they've invented a "Cards Against Muggles" game, based on the mega-popular Cards Against Humanity. The game is filled with hilariously tasteless Harry Potter references — and it's available to download and play right now. Of course, it's strictly for Potterheads over the age of 18.

Cards Against Muggles follows the same format as Cards Against Humanity, and I'm assuming you know how this works by now. Players are dealt cards printed with Harry Potter-related obscenities, which they use to fill in the blanks of incomplete sentences — with hilarious, X-rated results.

The creators shared some teaser cards of the adult Harry Potter game, which made us even more desperate to get our hands on the full pack. One card read "After months of practising magic, I think I'm finally ready for..." which could, for example, be answered with the card "Having to explain to Madam Pomfrey why you used engorgio on your d**k." Another funny example showed the card "I overdosed on Felix Felicis and found..." paired with the answer "The basilisk in my pants." LOL. Can we start playing now, please?

The wonderful answer to that is yes. Cards Against Muggles is currently being sold as a download only, as the creators were overwhelmed by how much incredible support the game has already had. The great news is that means you don't have to wait for shipping. For $19.95, you can download and print off the whole set of 1,300 cards right this minute. And there's your Saturday nights sorted until you finally get that Hogsmeade permission slip signed.