Lorcana Players Go Wild Over New Enchanted Rare

Art from the Disney Lorcana card Morph Space Goo
Credit: Disney


Art from the Disney Lorcana card Morph Space Goo
Credit: Disney

Seeking Enchanted Rare cards is no new phenomenon in Lorcana. As the game's rarest type of card, a lot of players clamber for them above all others, not only because they're pretty to look at, but also because of their sheer power. Thanks to a brand-new reveal of the upcoming Disney Lorcana: Into the Inklands, players are going wild about a little space goo called Morph.

Morph, for those who don't know, is an adorable character from Treasure Planet, an excellent, if often forgotten, Disney film from way back in 2002. He's basically a little pink blob who can turn into different things and ends up siding with the protagonist after finding out that the bad guy is, well, bad.

The Enchanted Rare Disney Lorcana card Morph Space Goo.
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Look at this little goo go!

In Lorcana, Morph, Space Goo is a two-cost 2/1 Emerald card that has the special ability Mimicry, which is fitting. This ability reads, "You may play any character with Shift on this character as if this character had any name." Essentially, you'll be able to pretend that Morph is any other card, and it allows for a lot of potential strategies to be built around it.

One of the most potent potential partners for Morph is Beast, Tragic Hero. This version of Beast is a 5-cost 3/5 that allows you to draw a card if it has no damage, or it gets an additional four power if it has damage. It's the kind of card that's a true monster to deal with, and one of the few things stopping it is the fact that it costs five to play.

Thankfully, it also has Shift, so you can play it for just 3 as long as you've got another character called Beast. As if this wasn't good enough, it also allows Morph to use his Mimicry ability. Through this ability, you can play Morph for two and then play Beast and Tragic Hero for three the turn after, and suddenly, you've got a game-ending threat that your opponent will need to deal with.

The Disney Lorcana card Beast Tragic Hero
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C-C-C-C-Combo!

Along those same lines, you've got Queen of Hearts, Sensing Weakness, who has Shift 2 and is a card draw machine. Alternatively, Stitch, Rock Star, has Shift 4 and lets you exert your characters who cost two or less to draw a card. Morph also costs two, which means that's an extra bit of synergy.

What makes Morph, Space Goo so powerful, is that if you're playing with a deck where Shift is a big part of the plan, you can often double the number of Shift targets for a lot of cards. Morph isn't just four copies of a specific Shift target, but four more copies of every Shift target, making it a lot easier to get those big threats out early, but also making these decks a lot more consistent, and a lot harder to deal with.

It's the kind of card that bends the usual rules of a card game, and any time you can do that in any TCG is something you should pay attention to because the rules are there for a reason. So, suffice it to say that we're pretty excited about this Morph too, and can't wait to see him in action.

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