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Psychic Super Creature
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Psychic Super Creatures are a card type of psychic creature first introduced in DMR-01 Episode 1: First Contact.


DMR-01 introduced a new type of psychic creature, the Psychic Super Creature. Each psychic creature's "awakened" card-face features a portion of a Psychic Super creature, called a Psychic Cell. Psychic Super Creatures are awakened by linking 2 or 3 psychic creatures that have the Psychic Link ability together at the start of your turn, and then flipping each of them over to awaken the Psychic Super Creature composed of those psychic creatures, now individually referred to as "Psychic Cells." Almost all Psychic Super Creatures have Link Release, which means that when it would leave the battle zone, instead its controller chooses one Psychic Cell to return to the Hyperspatial Zone, while the other cards flip but remain in the battle zone.

DMR-04 Episode 1: Rising Hope introduced a new kind of link awakening called Victory Psychic Link. It is similar to Psychic Link except that it occurs immediately upon one player's assembling the proper Psychic Creatures into the battle zone, as opposed to waiting for the start of the player's turn. The only psychic creature that has this ability is Prin Prin, the Victorious.

List of Psychic Super Creatures


  • An article from the Magic: the Gathering official website, "Over the Moon, Part 1", briefly talks about the design of cards that link together for the design of the Meld Mechanic.
As I mentioned above, Wizards R&D also worked on a second trading card game called Duel Masters. Duel Masters didn't have the tournament issues Magic has, and as such was much more willing to try novel and weird things in their main sets. Inspired by B.F.M. [a joke card that was split between two cards, both of which had to be played at the same time] themselves, the Duel Masters design team made cards that you had to put together to make larger cards. They didn't just stop at two cards, though.