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Tag: 2021-06-20 19:20

Another Brilliant Event is wrapping up in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, and this one continues the Unforgivable storyline in a big way. When we left off, Ron Weasley had been saved from his abduction but his memory was wiped. As Harry and Hermione continue their efforts to help Ron recover his memories and identity, they become more and more certain that there is a mole within the Ministry. But who is it?

Unforgivable Truth Part 1 art in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Credit: NianticUnforgivable Truth Part 1 art in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Credit: NianticUnforgivable Truth Part 1 art in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Credit: Niantic

The story: Well, damn. Twists and turns about as Hermione doses her co-workers, even those closest to her, with Veritaserum. I won’t spoil anything here except to say something that I and many other players seem certain of has had the carpet pulled out from under it. We don’t have the full scope of the situation, but it seems very much as if Part Two of this event, happening later this month, might be on track to reveal something major.

The tasks: This event’s tasks were a good balance of challenging without being annoying or prohibitive. One thing I found was that this time around, the tasks felt a bit less like an item drain. I still don’t love the tasks making us use potions, but I did find that the groups of tasks seemed to be easy to tick off by planning to do activities that apply to them both.

Again, nothing. I find myself greatly looking forward to these events with an ever-increasing interest in the storyline.

When I began playing Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, it felt almost fully like a puzzle game without the personal connection to the catches that made Pok└mon GO so successful. I think many people left the game, assuming it would stay that way. For a while, I did, too. However, these Brilliant Events have delivered the most in-depth post-Deathly Hallows story about the core trio that we’ve ever seen. For a mobile game? That’s beyond stunning.

Now´ if only they can improve their Adversaries Events.

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Floyd Mayweather exchanges blows with Logan PaulThe first edition Charizard card is reportedly worth more than $300,000. (Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

Logan Paul rolled into Hard Rock Stadium in Miami with a special piece of jewelry around his neck.

Though it wasn¨t what fighters are usually seen rocking, it was worth as much as the best of them ! if not more.

Paul wore his special first edition Charizard Pokemon card in a case around his neck as he entered the ring for his exhibition bout against Floyd Mayweather.

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The announcers took notice of it, too.

“He’s ready to Pokemon-go here tonight,” one said, referencing the popular mobile game that helped the game return to prominence.

Pokemon cards, like various other trading cards, have skyrocketed in value in recent years. Paul has purchased several single cards and packs from the iconic trading card and video game series for what seems like ridiculous prices on the surface.

He¨s spent millions of dollars on boxes of Pokemon cards, which he¨s then opened on YouTube. Last month he shared his PSA10 holographic Charizard, Blastoise and Venusaur cards on Instagram ! which he said are valued at $1 million together.

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It’s not clear specifically how much the Charizard card he wore on Sunday night in Miami is worth, but it’s believed to be worth more than $300,00.

While the YouTuber’s fight with Mayweather was a lot of things, to say the least, Paul definitely gets credit for wearing the most unique piece of jewelry into a boxing ring with his card.

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