Into the Inklands Card Reveals: Ariel, Thaddeus, and a new Legendary Mickey

Some more exciting cards from Disney Lorcana's third set Into the Inklands have been revealed today. These reveals come to us from the Team Lorcana socials, LorcanaFr, Lorcan'Asso and ZeroZwei.

Ariel - Adventurous Collector
Dreamborn · Hero · Princess
Cost: 3 (inkable)
Strength: 2
Willpower: 3
Lore: 1
Evasive (Only characters with Evasive can challenge this character.)
Inspiring Voice Whenever you play a song, chosen character of yours gains Evasive until the start of your next turn.
Rarity: Super Rare

Thaddeus E. Kang - Metal Head
Storyborn · Villain
Cost: 5 (inkable)
Strength: 3
Willpower: 5
Lore: 2
Sharp Jaw Whenever this character quests while at a location, you may deal 1 damage to chosen character.
Rarity: Uncommon

Orville - Flying Ace
Storyborn · Ally
Cost: 2 (inkable)
Strength: 1
Willpower: 4
Lore: 1
Rarity: Common

Mickey Mouse - Trumpeter
Dreamborn · Hero
Cost: 4 (uninkable)
Strength: 0
Willpower: 1
Lore: 1
Bugle Call ↩️, 2 ⬡ - Play a character for free.
Rarity: Legendary

Card Evaluations

Some really interesting cards here! First up, Ariel is another Evasive option for Ruby decks. It's important to note that the Evasive you give to another character lasts through your opponents turn. So you can use it, not only to deal with an Evasive threat, but to create an Evasive threat of your own. I can definitely see this finding a home in aggressive decks.

Thaddeus E. Klang , a villain from TaleSpin, is best compared to Hans - Thirteenth in Line. But he's more expensive and his ability requires him to be at a location first. The extra 2 Willpower is nice, it brings him out of Smash range. But I think he's just going to be too slow to see play.

Orville is an Amber version of Tamatoa - Drab Little Crab. Nothing too exciting here.

But Mickey Mouse - Trumpeter, one of Steel's legendaries for this set, is very exciting. He brings with him the ultimate ink cheating effect, allowing you to play any character from your hand for free. Of course, the downside is he is a 0/1 that costs 4 ink. It will be very difficult for him to survive a turn to be able to play his trumpet. But if he does, oh boy. I don't know if this card is good, but it is fun to think of the deck building possibilities for him and fun to try to get those decks to work. And isn't that what card games are all about?

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