* A magical game that Muggles can play too (we suppose)
* Probably safer than Quidditch
* Test your knowledge of wizarding esoterica, just in time for Halloween
So you’ve, of course, read all the Harry Potter books, even re-read them if you were a little kid the first time around, you’ve seen all the movies, taken the online quizzes and you know your “house,” whether it’s Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin.
You have been made aware of what your Patronus is. Your friends know that you’re the ultimate Harry Potter fan, or are you? Maybe one of your friends wants to challenge you? One of your Slytherin friends, perhaps, hoping to knock you off your pedestal, or rather, broomstick? There’s only one way to settle this, and that’s with a magic-infused game of “Harry Potter Trivial Pursuit.”
Get your wand ready, summon the house elf, and polish up your Hogwarts history, because this version of Trivial Pursuit separates the wizards from the wannabes. Make sure you’ve read up on the seminal works of Newt Scamander in the field of magical creatures and fantastic beasts, and of course, recall the wise words of Albus Dumbledore. Or, you know, take a cue from Harry and so many other famous men and just have the Herminone in your life save the day by knowing everything you’re supposed to know.
This officially-licensed game is like the traditional Trivial Pursuit game, only with 1800 questions about Harry Potter. The set includes a custom, illustrated game board, four Custom House Mascot Movers and 24 Wedges.
A great gift idea for the Harry Potter fans in your life, this limited-edition set will also win your brownie points at your next game night or help you settle some family scores when you get together for the holidays. Usually $50, it’s on sale for 20% off right now at ThinkGeek so don’t miss out on your chance to score this collectible.