Cards Against Muggles

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Introduction: Cards Against Muggles

Hi! This is a Harry Potter Inspired card game I made and it's free to download, print, and play with friends enjoy! Check out the video I included for more clarification.

Step 1: Download Word Document

The first step is to download the document I attached and open it in Microsoft Word. Then you can modify it by adding/changing cards or just print it as it is. Print it front and back, and be warned that the black cards use up a lot of ink

Step 2: Cut Out Cards

Carefully cut out cards with scissors and arrange them by black and white

Step 3: (Optional) Create a Box for Your Game

I made a box template out of black card stock and then added a label to it. You could of course use a container you already have like a plastic box, or a ziplock bag.

Step 4: Play the Game

It's basically the same rules as cards against humanities and other similar games. So you play by handing out 5 white cards to each player. Then one player draws a black card which leaves a fill in the blank. The rest of the players have to answer that question/statement by submitting a white card. Whichever card the first player choses, whether because of humor or preference is the winner and the player it belongs to gets a point. Continue the game by going around, having each person take turns choosing the cards.

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    Just asking now but did you know there is a "cards against muggles" that you can buy online? (1350-something cards for ca $15)

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    this game is a french game nammed "limite limite" so its okay to make a tutorial but give credit to the original game (its a recent game)

    Is it? I thought it was an unofficial expansion to the game "Cards against humanity"

    I've never heard of that game, but I assume its similar to games like Cards Against Humanities (where I originally took the idea) and apples to apples (same game almost, but for kids) they all generally have the same rules and game structure

    HA! This is the perfect game for my circle of friends. I am going to have to print out a set of these. Thank you so much for sharing!