Image of Tigger standing on a rock in forest with bandana calling others to action through Disney Lorcana Rise of the Floodborn Tigger One of a Kind
Image via Ravensburger/Disney

Disney Lorcana exclusive: One of a Kind Dreamborn drops into Rise of the Floodborn

The New Ruby Lorcana spoiler wants some Action.

The trading card game space is heating up with the upcoming launch of Disney Lorcana: Rise of the Floodborn, and we have an exclusive reveal for a Ruby three-drop called Tigger, One of a Kind. 

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Prerelease events for Rise of the Floodborn are less than a month away, starting on Nov. 17. Spoiler season for the Disney Lorcana second chapter is officially underway, with the Ravensburger dev team including a new bounce package in the Amethyst color. And now, the Lorcana design team has a new three-drop in the Ruby color that synergizes with Action cards—and Dot Esports is revealing it today.

Tigger, One of a Kind

Image of Tigger standing on a rock in forest with bandana calling others to action through Disney Lorcana Rise of the Floodborn Tigger One of a Kind
Tigger, One of a Kind. Image via Ravensburger/Disney
  • Casting cost: Three (Inkable)
  • Type: Dreamborn and Tigger
  • Color: Ruby
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Stats: 3/3
  • Lore: One
  • Energetic ability: Whenever you plan an Action, this Character gets plus-two power this turn. 

There’s an argument that Tigger, One of a Kind is a possible replacement for Rafiki, Mysterious Sage in the popular Disney Lorcana meta deck Ruby/Amethyst. Much of that argument is meta-dependant, though. The meta will likely drastically change with the launch of Rise of the Floodborn, which is expected to coincide with a second print release of The First Chapter.

It’s also possible the Uncommon Dreamborn won’t become a meta card in Constructed. I think it’s a mistake, however, to sleep on Tigger, One of a Kind in a Lorcana casual format like Two-Headed Hydra and other formats that have emerged.

The first trait that stands out the most to me is that Tigger, One of a Kind is an Inkable three-cost with 3/3 power and toughness. These are solid stats to build upon, whether it’s in a Starter Deck or an MTG Pauper-like format that only uses low-rarity cards. Tigger, One of a Kind is a weak Lore source, which is a downside. His Energetic ability, however, can have the Dreamborn Tigger packing a punch when synergizing with Action cards.

In a Ruby/Steel deck using only Actions from The First Chapter, Tigger, One of a Kind suddenly begins to look like an impressive three-drop. It’s plausible the Dreamborn can pop off in a Ruby/Emerald deck with the item Dr. Facilier’s Cards, tapping to discount the casting cost by one for the next Action you play that turn. But I think Tigger, One of a Kind has potential in Ruby/Amber.

Songs are Actions and Ariel, Spectacular Singer is already a foundational Character in any Lorcana deck playing Amber and Songs. One of the top meta decks heading into the release of Rise of the Floodborn is Amber/Steel, which dominated at the PPG MiamiCon tournament. Perhaps Tigger, One of a Kind is the start of a Ruby/Amber deck in the making. 

Players can test the worth of Tigger, One of a Kind starting on Nov. 17, with the retail launch of Disney Lorcana: Rise of the Floodborn taking place on Dec. 1. 

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Danny has been writing for Dot Esports for over five years, first as a freelancer and now as a staff writer. He is the lead beat writer for Magic: The Gathering and Teamfight Tactics. Danny is also a solid Monopoly GO player, having beaten every main event without spending a dime. When Danny isn't writing or gaming, he's chilling by the water in Spacecoast Florida with his family and friends. He's always got a tan, because touching grass is important, and loves playing strategic digital and tabletop games. Past outlets Danny has written for include TheGamer and ScreenRant.