New Disney Lorcana Ursula is an Absurd Value Engine

a painting of a woman with purple hair and a dragon .
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a painting of a woman with purple hair and a dragon .
Credit: Ravensburger

We’re inching closer to the February 23 release date for the “Into the Inklands” expansion set for the Disney Lorcana trading card game. As such, we’re seeing spoiler posts on the Lorcana subreddit that reveal some of the new cards that are part of the deck of the upcoming new chapter of the TCG.

Take a look at some of the cards that you could expect to add to your Lorcana decks once the new chapter is released.

JAFAR

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The evil sorcerer and Royal Vizier of Agrabah packs quite a punch to your Into the Inklands Expansion Deck. This card may be better used in controlling strategies that aim to remove an opponent's threats while pulling ahead. Questing with Jafar, Striking Illusionist may not be too interesting thanks to its low rate, but the card has strong stats that offer the ability to keep opposing board states clear. All the while, you can keep drawing cards and pulling ahead on card advantage just by exerting Jafar.

Evasion allows Jafar to change tactics once his health total gets low. If Jafar cannot afford to fight opponents, you can simply use him to Quest without fear that he will be removed by a majority of opposing threats. This looks like a very interesting card advantage engine, and if used right, Jafar could be frequenting Lorcana games everywhere.

URSULA

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Ursula is a scary value engine. When combined with songs that Ursula is capable of singing, you can both cast your Songs for free and re-cast them a second time. This can create a disturbing amount of card advantage with fan-favorite Song cards. Just imagine drawing two cards and dealing four damage with Let the Storm Rage On and Ursula.

Of course, if discarding opposing resources is more up your alley, you can combine Ursula with Sudden Chill to force your opponent to discard two cards instead of one. These are both in the same color, so there's no need to worry about deckbuilding constraints.

Ultimately, Ursula's casting cost is also a big boon. This Villain threatens to create a big problem for opponents for just three ink. Keeping it on the board may be rather difficult, but if you get to use Ursula, you're in for a treat!

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