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Deck "Ron's Adventures"

Deck "Ron's Adventures"
61 Cards
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The idea for this deck (believe it or not) came from Magical Mess Remover. This is an uncommon card in the Chamber of Secrets set that when I first read it, I could not believe how stupid it was. After a while I got to thinking about it and decided it would be of use, but only to get rid of Characters you had in play so you could play them again and re-use their "once per game" ability. The trouble was that to make it useful you had to have a lot of characters in your deck that you could play it on. This combined with the fact that MMR costs only one lesson to play brought me to the idea to remove all the lessons in the deck to make room for stuff that could come out for free. Snape takes care of the one lesson necessary for this deck to run. I decided to have Ron the Brave for my starter so I could quickly get Fred and George out and then Snape then anyone else I wanted. I put Filch in the deck for 2 reasons; first: if my opponent can play Filch, this deck is dead, second: if my opponent is playing adventures he can easily get rid of them with no trouble to me. Among my favorite combos in this deck is when I have Quirrel, Peeves, and Griphook in play. I use Quirrel to return all their good stuff to their hand, then use Griphook to make them discard all that good stuff (and anything else in their hand) to draw lots of cards (essentially damage) then use Peeves to make them discard all those to draw 7 more. If they don't have much in their hand I use Peeves first and they still end up drawing a total of 14 cards (which is 14 less in their deck). This is best followed by Escaping the Dursleys or similar. Then MMR and rebuild.

 
Card list Group cards by  
Type: Adventure (23 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
3 x Diagon Alley Base set 48 Adventure Uncommon
2 x Escaping the Dursleys Chamber 18 Adventure Rare
2 x Flying to Hogwarts Chamber 24 Adventure Rare
2 x Hagrid Needs Help Quiddith 9 Adventure Rare
2 x Letters From No One Diagon 20 Adventure Rare
2 x Pep Talk Quiddith 43 Adventure Uncommon
2 x Privet Drive Base set 39 Adventure Uncommon
2 x Through the Arch Diagon 29 Adventure Rare
2 x Troll in the Bathroom Base set 19 Adventure FP
2 x Unusual Pets Base set 70 Adventure Uncommon
2 x Voldemort Revealed Hogwarts 29 Adventure Rare
 
Type: Character (22 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Argus Filch Hogwarts 2 Character Rare
1 x Colin Creevey Chamber 7 Character Rare
1 x Crabbe and Goyle Hogwarts 3 Character Rare
1 x Fred & George Weasley Quiddith 5 Character Rare
1 x Ginny Weasley Chamber 25 Character Rare
1 x Hannah Abbott Base set 7 Character HPP
2 x Justin Finch-Fletchley Chamber 32 Character Rare
3 x Madam Pomfrey Hogwarts 16 Character Rare
2 x Neville Longbottom Quiddith 15 Character Rare
3 x Peeves Hogwarts 20 Character Rare
3 x Professor Quirinus Quirrell Diagon 22 Character Rare
1 x Ron the Brave Hogwarts 26 Character Rare
2 x Seamus Finnigan Quiddith 25 Character Rare
 
Type: Character/Goblin (3 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
3 x Griphook Diagon 12 Character/Goblin Rare
 
Type: Character/Healing (2 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
2 x Professor Severus Snape Base set 16 Character/Healing HPP
 
Type: Potions (10 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
4 x Lockhart's Hair-Care Potions Chamber 73 Potions Uncommon
4 x Magical Mess Remover Chamber 74 Potions Uncommon
2 x Pepperup Potion Chamber 121 Potions Common
 
Type: Spell/Healing (1 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity
1 x Boil Cure Base set 77 Spell/Healing Common
 
Deck Statistics
Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 5 %  
FP bar 3 %  
HPP bar 5 %  
Rare bar 36  59 %  
Uncommon bar 17  28 %  
 

Distribution by Type
Adventure bar 23  38 %  
Character bar 22  36 %  
Character/Goblin bar 5 %  
Character/Healing bar 3 %  
Potions bar 10  16 %  
Spell/Healing bar 2 %  
 



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mailman1 Premium Member
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Subject: Harry Potter Deck Building 101   Posted: November 30, 2010 07:59 am

I am not sure why there are decks posted that do NOT abide by the deck building rules in the RULE BOOK. Every deck must have a starting character (Witch or Wizard) and 60 additional cards. There have to be lesson cards included in order to activate (put into play) the cards for battle (creatures and spells) as well as items. Evidently, the four persons who rated the deck haven't read the Rule Book either. Of course, I may be wrong - maybe the rules have changed and the manufacturer forgot to send me the memo! Start over by reading the rule book. Purchasing a pre-constructed deck would help you see how a deck is constructed.
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Subject:    Posted: November 30, 2010 09:10 am


quote from mailman1:

I am not sure why there are decks posted that do NOT abide by the deck building rules in the RULE BOOK. Every deck must have a starting character (Witch or Wizard) and 60 additional cards. There have to be lesson cards included in order to activate (put into play) the cards for battle (creatures and spells) as well as items. Evidently, the four persons who rated the deck haven't read the Rule Book either. Of course, I may be wrong - maybe the rules have changed and the manufacturer forgot to send me the memo! Start over by reading the rule book. Purchasing a pre-constructed deck would help you see how a deck is constructed.

This deck has 61 cards, which is 1 starter plus 60 other cards. If you read the deck comments you will see that Ron the Brave is the starting character. All the other character cards are in the deck (and yes you can have character cards in the deck...go look it up. It takes 2 actions to play a character card from your hand, but cards like Lockhart's Hair Care Products can change this).
The ability on Ron The Brave lets me search the deck for more characters any turn I have played an adventure.
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Subject: Apology!   Posted: February 9, 2011 09:34 am

I stand corrected. I never even thought of a deck that was almost all characters and adventures and ZERO lesson cards. I guess it just might work. If I find someone to play the game, I will have to put together your deck and try it out. Thanks.
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Subject:    Posted: April 25, 2012 07:29 pm

Great deck, the best HP deck on this site, in my opinion.
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