Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom is an interactive, adventure card game played all over Magic Kingdom park. Merlin needs your help to defeat Hades and the villains, who are trying to make the park Hades’ new summer home. Through the collection of spell cards, a map, and a magic Key Card, you and your family can stop the bad guys and restore order to Magic Kingdom! Throughout various lands in the park, there are Magic Portals that you can open to duel the villains’ henchmen! Don’t worry though, some of your favorite Disney pals pop up from time to time to help you out. And when you’ve defeated Hades once and for all, Merlin will promote you to “Master Sorcerer!”
1. Fun for All Ages
A great thing about this activity is that it’s suitable for any age! Grandparents can play with toddlers, parents can play with teens, or whatever! There are different levels of difficulty for Sorcerers, so you can choose whichever works best for your family! On paper Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom does seem a little complicated, but once you’re actually playing it’s pretty simple and very fun!
I know, I know, nothing in Disney is ever truly free. But Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom is completely free with a valid park admission. And because it’s run all day long, there’s no need for a FastPass or anything like that. Often you won’t even find lines with Sorcerers. For less of a crowd at the starting point to collect your Key, etc, head to the post near Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe in Liberty Square.
3. Multiple Quests
There are a total of nine quests within the game itself, and each mission takes between 20 to 30 minutes. This keeps the game from getting boring. What it means is that you can do a different quest on multiple visits and still have fun each time. Or, if there’s a mission with characters that you particularly like, you can go back to that one!
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4. Familiar Faces
One of my favorite parts of Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom is seeing some of my favorite Disney characters pop up now and then. First of all, the whole thing is led by Hades, who is my favorite villain. He gathers up all his villain friends too: Yzma, Cruella, Scar, Jafar, Maleficent, Ursula, Ratcliffe and Dr. Facilier. And every villain has a good guy counterpart to help you, like: Kuzco, Pongo, Genie, Rafiki, Sebastian, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, Pocahontas, and Mama Odie. Other familiar faces pop up too! Keep a look out!
5. Key Card Capability
When you first sign up for Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom, a Cast Member will give you your Portal Key Card. These are special. You only get one and carry it with you for the duration of the game. This is what you actually play with – it activates the portals and is specific to you and your game. Since it’s individualized and microchipped, you can keep it forever and it’ll keep your progress. So you can stop one game one trip and pick up again during the next!
6. Collecting and Trading Spell Cards
Each sorcerer is given a pack spell cards when they first sign up for the game. The goal is to complete mission and collect as many cards as you can – to level up and do harder missions. You can get one pack per day. I’ve heard that there are about 70 cards in total to collect, ranging from common to extremely rare. But the totally cool thing about the cards is that you can trade them to get the one you want! This is like pin trading, but with spell cards!
7. Holiday Party Cards
Make sure to keep an eye out for special holiday cards! During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party there are unique spell cards that can only be found at these special events, or by trading!
8. Family Time
The best, coolest thing about Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom is the family time that it provides. Disney is all about family time to begin with, but this is even more so. Through Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom, the whole family has to work together to accomplish the missions. This is an activity that everyone can be included in and fun while doing it. That’s what it’s all about!