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We painstakingly retyped these rules from the Wizards of the Coast Harry Potter Pokemon trading card game anleitung playmat and advanced rulebook. We highly recommend buying one starter set to learn the basic rules. These rules have been altered to clarify and support the expansion sets and advanced play. You and your opponent are wizards dueling at Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Many cards you play will damage your opponent, which means your opponent has to discard cards from his or her deck. You win the game when your opponent's deck runs out of cards. Steps Of Your Turn Your turn begins when the other player ends their turn. Before you draw a card. If a card tells you to do something before your turn, do it now.
You draw a card 3. Your creature cards that do damage, damage your opponent now. You use 2 Actions. You can do the same action twice instead of doing two different actions. You can use an action to: If a card tells you to do something at the end of your turn, do it now.
End of your turn. Back to Index Types of Cards. Lesson Cards - Lessons give you the power you need to play other cards. When you play a lesson card, all you need to do is take it from your hand and play it on the table. Lessons stay in play after you play them. Creature Cards - Creatures damage your opponent's deck - and not other creatures unless their card states it.
They stay in play after you play them. In one corner of the card, you will see a number and a lesson symbol. To play it, you'd need 3 lessons in play, and at least one of them would have to be a Care of Magical Creatures lesson. Your opponent discards this many cards from his or her deck every turn. If your opponent's card does this much damage or more to your creature, discard it.
Damage To A creature: If you do less damage to a creature than its health, you'll need to mark the damage somehow. You can use counters or markers of any kind. For example, if you have a creature on the table with 6 health and it takes 2 damage, put 2 counters on it. If it later takes 4 or more damage, discard it.
Spell Cards - To play a spell card, show it to your opponent, do what it says, and put it in your discard pile. Spells don't stay on the table like other cards do. What The Card Does: This is what happens when you play the card. Some cards do damage to your opponent or to creatures on the table. You need to be able to complete the required steps that the card tells you to do in order to play it. If a card tells you to do something and then says you 'may' do something else, that part is not required.
Item Cards - Items are a lot like creatures. Once you play them they stay on pokemon trading card game anleitung table unless some card tells you or a condition is met to discard them. Some items Wands and Cauldrons give you extra power - just like lessons, but even better. Other items have all sorts of different effects.
Match Cards - To play a match card, you need the required amount of power and you use up 1 of your actions. There can be only one match on the table In Play at a time. So if you or your opponent already has a neither of you can play another one. This is what a player needs to do to win the match. It does not all have to be done at once.
So a player might win by doing some damage on each turn. This means each player needs to keep track of how much damage pokemon trading card game anleitung or she has done towards winning the match.
Also, either player can win the match. The winner gets the prize explained on the card. When a player wins a match, the match is put in the discard pile of the person who played it.
Location Cards - These represent different places in Pokemon trading card game anleitung world. You'll find location cards for each different lesson type. To play a location card, you need the required amount of power and you use up one of your actions. When you play a location card, it stays on the table. Since you can be in only one place at a time, only one location can be in play at a time.
When you play a location card, pokemon trading card game anleitung to see if your opponent already has a location in play.
If there is one, discard the old location from play. Adventure Cards - Adventure cards are a kind of card you can play pokemon trading card game anleitung give your opponent a challenge to overcome. You don't need any lessons on the table to play adventure cards, but you do have to use 2 Actions to play them instead of 1. Each player can only have one adventure in play at a time, so if you already have an adventure in play, you can't play another one.
An adventure card has three parts. This is what your opponent needs to do to solve the adventure. They can do this any time during their turn pokemon trading card game anleitung they have drawn their first card, but they have to solve the adventure all at once, not one piece at a time unless the card specifically says otherwise.
If pokemon trading card game anleitung opponent solves the adventure, they're the school hero! The adventure card will say what their reward is. Then you put the adventure in your discard pile. Character Cards - When you play the Harry Potter TCG, you always start with a character in play that represents you this is your starting character. Your starting character is special in another important way: For example, if a card tells you to discard three cards from play, you can't pick your starting character as one of those three.
As long as the game is still going, your starting character is there - because it's you! Using Other Character Cards: In the game, you can also have other character cards in your deck.
Just like adventure cards, you play a character card by using up 2 Actions, and it doesn't matter if you have any lessons or not. Once you've played a character card, you can use its special ability. Whether it's the character you started with or one you played during the game, you can use the ability any time during your turn after you've drawn your first card.
The cards in your hand, deck, and discard pile are not in play. Cards that can be in play are printed sideways Lessons, Creatures, Characters, Items, Locations, and Adventures ; cards that can't be in play pokemon trading card game anleitung printed vertically Spells.
Unless the card says otherwise, whatever is written on the 'sideways' cards happens only while that card is in play. In general, there's no limit to how pokemon trading card game anleitung cards you can have in play. The only exceptions are adventures only one can be in play on each side at a time and cards that are 'Unique. This means there can be only one of them Pokemon trading card game anleitung Play at a time. There is one exception. If you and your opponent both have the same starting character that's pokemon trading card game anleitung.
Otherwise, only one of each Unique card can be 'in play,' at one time. Nobody else can play another copy of that same 'Unique' card unless it has been discarded from play. Keep in mind that starting characters can never be removed from play.
Also, this 'Unique' rule does apply to two different 'Unique' cards that represent the same character. Keywords - Some cards have special words on them that other cards, or the rules, refer to. These keywords come right after the type of card. For example, the card Boil Cure has the keyword 'Healing' after 'Spell'. If some other card makes you discard all Healing cards from your hand, and you have Boil Cure in your hand, you'd have to discard it.
For pokemon trading card game anleitung keywords, everything you need to know is on the cards, but there are special rules for the Unique, Wizard, Witch and House keywords Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. Other keywords are there for fun or for other cards to refer to. You can build your deck however you want, as long as you follow these simple rules: This means that pokemon trading card game anleitung the cards you choose are from a single House Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff or Pojo.
Pick a House, and use cards that have keywords from that House or that have no House keywords at all, but don't use cards from any of the other Houses. Copyright - - Pojo.