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**Draco Malfoy in Wizards Unite**Draco Malfoy is the 1st Adversary in the Challenges Registry of Feared Adversaries. As the list goes on, the Adversaries become more difficult to face.

On the Draco Malfoy Registry page, players need to place 1 Adversary and 4 Artefacts to prestige the page. These are:

- Young Draco Malfoy
- Slytherin Prefect Badge
- Draco’s Wand
- Nimbus 2001
- Potter Stinks Badge

To earn the Draco Malfoy Fragments and Artefact Fragments, you need to defeat the Guards and Draco Malfoy himself. These are:

- Common Serpent
- Imposing Dark Wizard
- Draco Malfoy

For each Guard you defeat, you earn 1 Artefact Fragment. When you defeat Draco Malfoy, you earn 1 Young Draco Malfoy Fragment and 1 Artefact Fragment.

Foe | Stamina | Possible Artefact Fragments |
---|---|---|

Common Serpent | 188 | 1 Nimbus 2001, OR 1 Slytherin Prefect Badge, OR 1 Potter Stinks Badge |

Imposing Dark Wizard | 763 | 1 Draco’s Wand, OR 1 Slytherin Prefect Badge, OR 1 Potter Stinks Badge |

Draco Malfoy | 1635 | 1 Young Draco Malfoy Fragment PLUS 1 Artefact Fragment |

**How to Defeat Draco Malfoy in Wizards Unite**To defeat any Adversary, players need a combination of Spell Energy, Potions, and time. How many of these resources you use will depend on your Profession, your Profession’s Lesson Plan, and your Profession’s Advanced Adversarial Combat. The more you complete your skill trees, the fewer resources you will need to defeat Adversaries.

If you have completed more than one Profession’s Lesson Plan, you can play as an Auror to defeat Draco Malfoy much faster compared to the other professions. That said, you won’t know the type of Adversary until you enter the Adversary Encounter. Once you start the Adversary Encounter, there is no way to change your Profession. Some players have successfully used a second device to change Profession, but this can cause a glitch that kicks you out of the Adversary Encounter, so do this at your own risk.

When Draco Malfoy is a boosted Adversary like during an event, you should play as an Auror for the extra advantage. To reiterate, this advice is only true if you are equally strong in more than one Profession.

**Damage Dealt by Draco Malfoy and Guards**When going through the Draco Malfoy Adversary chain, you take damage whenever the Foe hits you. This chart shows how much damage you take, depending on your Profession.

Foe | Auror >50% | Auror <50% | Professor | Magizoologist |
---|---|---|---|---|

Common Serpent | 9 | 8 | 6 | 4 |

Imposing Dark Wizard | 19 | 17 | 18 | 14 |

Draco Malfoy | 30 | 26 | 27 | 20 |

**Resources Needed to Defeat Draco Malfoy**Plotter101 put together the following chart to help players prioritize their resources when completing the Draco Malfoy Adversary chain.

*Accessibility note: If you are using a screen-reader, the following text explains this chart about the Draco Malfoy chain.*

Aurors will need to use 1 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat the 1st Guard; 2-3 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat the 2nd Guard; 10 Spell Energy and 1 Healing Potion (If bad RNG) to defeat Draco Malfoy.

Magizoologists will need to use 1 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat the 1st Guard; 6 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat the 2nd Guard; 13 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy.

Professors will need to use 2 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat the 1st Guard; 6 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat the 2nd Guard; 15 Spell Energy and 0 Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy.

These recommendations assume that players have completed 10/15 nodes in Advanced Adversarial Combat. If you have not done this, you will use more resources.

Personally, I use one Strong Exstimulo Potion at the start of the 2nd chain to finish the battles much faster. The Strong Exstimulo Potion helps a lot if you have unlocked the additional potency and extra Potion charge in the SOS skill tree. By adding the Wit-Sharpening Potion along with the Strong Exstimulo Potion, Draco Malfoy can be taken down in almost 4-6 hits, depending on the unlocked Wit-Sharpening skills in the SOS skill tree.

**How to Defeat Draco Malfoy by Profession**These charts will again assume that players have completed 10/15 nodes in Advanced Adversarial Combat. If you have not done this, you can calculate whether or not you need Potions by using this spreadsheet with data compiled by Plotter101 and his Discord. You will need to make a copy in your own Google Drive in order to update the player stats on the Summary page.

**How to Defeat Draco Malfoy as a Magizoologist**Plotter101 put together this chart to show Magizoologists the different combinations of resources (Spell Energy, Potions, and time) necessary to defeat Draco Malfoy.

*Accessibility note: If you are using a screen-reader, the following text explains this chart about Draco Malfoy.*

If a Magizoologist doesn’t use any Potions to deal greater damage, they shouldn’t need any Healing Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 11-14+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 103 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

**This is the strategy Plotter101 recommends to conserve resources.**

If a Magizoologist uses 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they shouldn’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 8-12+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 78.7 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Magizoologist uses 1 regular Exstimulo Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 8-12+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 79.3 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Magizoologist uses 1 Strong Exstimulo Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 5-10+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 45 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Magizoologist uses 1 Potent Exstimulo Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 4-6+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 30.6 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Magizoologist uses 1 regular Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 5-9+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 61.1 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Magizoologist uses 1 Strong Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 4-6+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 33.4 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Magizoologist uses 1 Potent Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 3-5+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 23.3 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

**How to Defeat Draco Malfoy as a Professor**Plotter101 put together this chart to show Professors the different combinations of resources (Spell Energy, Potions, and time) necessary to defeat Draco Malfoy.

*Accessibility note: If you are using a screen-reader, the following text explains this chart about Draco Malfoy.*

If a Professor doesn’t use any Potions to deal greater damage, they might need 1 Healing Potion to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 13-17+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 121.9 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 96.3% of the time.

**This is the strategy Plotter101 recommends to conserve resources.**

If a Professor uses 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they might need 1 Healing Potion to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 10-14+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 96.6 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 99.65% of the time.

**This is a good strategy for any player who has plenty of Wit-Sharpening Potions.**

If a Professor uses 1 regular Exstimulo Potion, they might need 1 Healing Potion to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 10-14+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 96.8 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 99.63% of the time.

If a Professor uses 1 Strong Exstimulo Potion, they shouldn’t need any Healing Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 5-10+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 68.3 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 99.99% of the time.

If a Professor uses 1 Potent Exstimulo Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 4-7+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 37.2 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Professor uses 1 regular Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 7-11+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 71.1 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 99.97% of the time.

If a Professor uses 1 Strong Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 4-8+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 40.5 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If a Professor uses 1 Potent Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 3-5+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 27.4 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

**How to Defeat Draco Malfoy as an Auror**Plotter101 put together this chart to show Aurors the different combinations of resources (Spell Energy, Potions, and time) necessary to defeat Draco Malfoy.

*Accessibility note: If you are using a screen-reader, the following text explains this chart about Darco Malfoy.*

If an Auror doesn’t use any Potions to deal greater damage, they might need 1 Healing Potion to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 9-13+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 79.3 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 98.1% of the time.

**This is the strategy Plotter101 recommends to conserve resources.**

If an Auror uses 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they might need 1 Healing Potion to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 6-9+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 52.8 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 99.9% of the time.

**This is a good strategy for any player who has plenty of Wit-Sharpening Potions.**

If an Auror uses 1 regular Exstimulo Potion, they might need 1 Healing Potion to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 6-9+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 53 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 99.9% of the time.

**This is a good strategy for any player who has plenty of Exstimulo Potions.**

If an Auror uses 1 Strong Exstimulo Potion, they shouldn’t need any Healing Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 4-7+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 31.9 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If an Auror uses 1 Potent Exstimulo Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 3-5+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 23 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If an Auror uses 1 regular Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions to defeat Draco Malfoy, and they will use 4-7+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 31.6 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If an Auror uses 1 Strong Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 3-5+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 24 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

If an Auror uses 1 Potent Exstimulo Potion AND 1 Wit-Sharpening Potion, they won’t need any Healing Potions, and they will use 2-4+ Spell Energy. The average time needed to defeat Draco Malfoy will be 15.6 seconds. With this strategy, a player will win 100% of the time.

**Final Thoughts on Draco Malfoy the Adversary**First of all, the dude is a repulsive Slytherin.

But on a serious note, Draco Malfoy is not that tough Adversary to beat compared to others. If you’re a newer player or a casual player, you can face off Draco Malfoy with a bunch of Potions on hand. Without any Potions, you still can defeat him 98.1% of the time, so it should be good. (Remember, this is assuming you have finished 10/15 nodes in Advanced Adversarial Combat).

Once you are done with collecting Draco Malfoy fragments, you can start collecting Artefact Fragments by defeating the Guards. Then you can back out from the Adversary Encounter to save on Potions and Spell Energy.

Prioritize finishing any one Profession’s Lesson Plan. All Professions have strengths and weaknesses, so consider your overall game strategy as a player, beyond Adversaries alone.

What do you think about Draco Malfoy? What other advice would you offer players of different levels?

Big thanks to Plotter101 and his Discord for compiling this data.

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