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Cards Against Muggles makes ‘Harry Potter’ game night NSFW

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This game is for adult wanna-be wizards only.

Potterheads rejoice! Someone has created the Harry Potter version of Cards Against Humanity and it has a NSFW twist.

The wizarding world never truly left many fans’ hearts when the franchise ended. Neither did the need for something new. Now a team of three women—Heather, Michelle, and Melissa, according to the Independent—are helping to fill the void with the (unofficial) Harry Potter-themed Cards Against Muggles, a game that lets players interact and laugh with friends over their Potter knowledge.

The game plays like the original CAH. Players read a black card and finish the scenario with their own white card. Much like CAH, the Harry Potter version does not shy away from NSFW topics. So if you’re a fangirl or fanboy who ships characters, this is definitely a game for you.

Fans have already started sharing their fun on Instagram.

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WHICH IS IT??? #cardsagainstmuggles #cardsagainsthumanity #cah

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The game is strictly for adult players (don’t break this out at your family’s summer picnic). Of course, with cards like “Having to explain to Madam Pomfrey why you used engorgio on your dick,” it’s easy to see why. Whether you have a dirty mind or just want to enjoy a night with fellow fans, this game seems to be the perfect fit for Potterheads.

The Cards Against Muggles game comes with 1,300 cards and is being sold for $19.95 as an online download only.  The good news is you don’t have to pay for shipping; the bad news is you’ll have to make sure your printer is working. It’s no owl postal service, but alas we are just mere muggles.

Vanna Vasquez

Vanna Vasquez

Vanna Vasquez is a former intern at the Daily Dot whose work focused on viral news, politics, and YouTube. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, she has also published bylines with BuzzFeed.