Into the Inklands Card Reveals: And Then Along Came Zeus & The Sorcerer’s Tower

Two more Into the Inklands card reveals have been shared, one a new Amethyst Location and one a new Song card for Steel that could be a potential Location counter card.

The Sorcerer's Tower - Wondrous Workspace
Cost: 3 (inkable)
Movement Cost: 2
Willpower: 7
Broom Closet Your characters named Magic Broom may move here for free.
Magical Power Characters get +1 ♢ while here.
Rarity: Uncommon

And Then Along Came Zeus
Action · Song
Cost: 4 (uninkable)
(A character with cost 4 or more can ↩️ to sing this song for free.)
Deal 5 damage to chosen character or location.
Rarity: Rare

Card Evalution

The Sorcerer's Tower is super flavorful. I love the idea of playing a bunch of Magic Brooms and crowding them all onto the Tower for some extra lore. And 7 Willpower is a lot, it is the first Location we have seen that doesn't straight up die to Maui - Hero to All. But unless you are specifically playing Brooms for the synergy, the movement cost for other cards might be too high to really make it worth running. Although it is another Location that works well with Jim Hawkins - Space Traveler.

And Then Along Came Zeus, on the other hand, looks like it may become a staple in Steelsong decks. It can be fished for and sung by Ariel - Spectacular Singer and efficiently deals with Beast - Tragic Hero, a character that Steel normally struggles to deal with. It can also banish other meta-relevant characters like Maleficent - Monstrous Dragon and Stitch - Rock Star. Five damage is an important breakpoint. And the fact that it can also target locations is icing on the cake.

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