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LONDON - FEBRUARY 28: Part of a collection of 550 first edition Harry Potter books are displayed on February 28, 2008 in London. Bloomsbury Auctions are selling the collection, known as 'The Property of a Gentleman', in their Children's and Illustrated Books, Original Artwork, Private Press and Limited Editions' two day sale on February 28 and 29, 2008 in London. The collection of Harry Potter books range from Finnish, Gaelic, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Welsh and six different Indian dialects to Hebrew, Turkish, Polish,Indonesian, ancient Greek and Latin. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

If you are a huge Harry Potter fan, you understand the need to want to immerse yourself entirely in that world.  Luckily, your favorite card game has had a magical facelift.

Based off of ‘Cards Against Humanity’, the new ‘Cards Against Muggles‘ game is now available. Currently available to download, the game creators recommend for people over the age of 18 to play this game. Yes, it appears that there may be some foul Harry Potter references in the cards!

Currently available to download, the game creators recommend for people over the age of 18 to play this game. Yes, it appears that there may be some foul Harry Potter references in the cards!

Following the same format as ‘Cards Against Humanity’, there will be cards filled with hilarious Harry Potter-themed references. As we are sure most of you already know, you will have to use those cards to fill in the blank. Needless to say, the end results will be more fantastic than any Newt Scamander novel.

If you are wondering what type of cards could possibly be in the mix, Cosmopolitan gave fans a sneak peek. Some of the more suitable for work cards included: “After months of practical magic, I think I’m finally ready for…” and “I overdose on Felix Felicis and found…”

After reading those examples, our muggle minds are just turning with possibilities. We can only imagine what the other cards have to say.

As we said before, the game is only available for download. Since there are a vast number of Harry Potter fans, “the creators were overwhelmed by the how much incredible support the game has already had” says Bustle. All 1,300 cards in the game cost $19.95 and you will receive it instantly. The only bad part about the download option is that you have to print out all the cards. So, if you do decide to purchase the pack, definitely try to use your school’s printer.

Once they are all printed out and ready to go, you are ready to be transported to a magical world.

Sarah is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp