Harry Potter fans have launched a wizarding world version of the popular party game, Cards Against Humanity.
Cards Against Muggles, created by online shop Forbidden Forest Crafts, has been deemed a hit by fans after selling out just days after it launched.
It is mirrored on Cards Against Humanity, which involves players completing statements to create risque or politically incorrect sentences.
The exclusive deck, launched by wizard-lovers based in the US, includes cards with phrases including: “After months of practising magic, I think I’m finally ready for . . .”. Players can then fill in the gap with obscene or outrageous statements.
The game, priced at 55 US dollars (£45) is currently only available to buyers in the US.
Potter was created by Capital-based author JK Rowling.