• Lucas Reuling

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom is one of the best additions to Magic Kingdom in a long time. It is fun for the whole family and best of all there usually isn't much of a wait to do it. I like to play it in between fast pass times and when I am looking for something to do other than a ride.

The battles with the villains are fun and engrossing. I always see kids running back and forth super excited to help stop hades plan of taking over Magic Kingdom as his summer home (This is why it is always so hot in the summer Hades is preparing the area for his arrival). The cards are fun to collect and most of them come included with admission. There are cards that can be purchased in the stores for new spells to use throughout your missions.

People have started trading these cards also, a lot of people hang out in Tortuga Tavern with their cards out. Cast members at the firehouse also trade cards at different times throughout the day. Trading with cast members at the firehouse is very easy, trading with guests can be a totally different experience, I have not tried trading with other players. I prefer to trade with cast members at the firehouse when I come across a duplicate.

“Embark on an interactive scavenger hunt to halt Hades in his tracks! The Greek god of the Underworld must retrieve 4 missing shards to reassemble Merlin’s Crystal of the Magic Kingdom and make the park his new summer home. He’s enlisted a brigade of Disney baddies—Yzma, Cruella, Scar, Jafar, Maleficent, Ursula, Ratcliffe and Dr. Facilier—to help track down the fragments, which are hidden throughout the park. It’s up to you to foil their takeover attempts!”

How to play:

Stop by the Firehouse on Main Street, U.S.A. for everything necessary to begin 9 exciting quests, including a Sorcerer Key Card, Merlin’s mystical map, spell cards and training on how to unlock Magic Portals and defeat the dastardly evildoers.

Use the clues on Merlin’s map to locate 20 Magic Portals situated throughout Adventureland, Fantasyland, Frontierland and along Main Street, U.S.A. Upon arriving at the first Magic Portal, hold up your Sorcerer Key Card to unlock and gain access—one of Hades’ henchmen will pop up prepared for battle!

Present a spell card to crush the creep; once victory is yours, move on to the next Magic Portal. Different Disney pals will also appear to guide you along your way. Your challenge is to eliminate each Portal’s outlaw by presenting the right spell card or combination of cards—some scoundrels are tough, so it may take several spells to triumph. After annihilating his minions, you’ll be spell-to-spell with Hades himself!

Finish as many missions as you wish—the keepers of the Magic Kingdom are grateful for your help! Merlin will appear in the final portal, welcoming you to the ranks of “Master Sorcerer” upon completing the full game. Hold onto your wizard wands and get ready for spellbinding adventures at every turn!

Important Details

  • Sign up for the game at the Firehouse at Main Street, U.S.A.

  • Players will receive one map and pack of spell cards per day.

  • Missions last from 20 to 30 minutes, sometimes longer depending on degree of difficulty.

  • Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom is included in your theme park admission.

  • Games are tied to your specific magic band so if you change magic bands you will lose the progress you have made so far, so make sure to use the same band every time.

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