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There are many options available for building a Morty Deck, and while there is no "perfect" team for all situations, some Mortys are definitely better than others. This guide breaks down our picks for the best Mortys for Raids, Trainer battles, and general gameplay.


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Best Raid Mortys

This section lists what we think are the best Mortys to use in Raids. We've classified the Mortys into the following categories:
Debuff Debuffers, Rock Types, Paper Types, Scissor Types, and Normal Types.

When building a raid deck, you ideally want 1-2 "debuffer" Mortys that can lower the boss's Attack, Accuracy, Defense, and Evade, while also Paralyze Paralyzing the boss. Raid bosses are currently immune to Poison Poison and Mr. Meeseeks Box Mr. Meeseeks boxes, so don't bother with those. Speed also has no effect in raids since you will alway attack first.


Debuff Best Debuffers

To be successful in Raids, you'll need to debuff the Raid Boss's stats to both increase your damage output and increase your survivability. At high enough levels, the type of your debuffer won't matter (you'll still be able to do all the attacks you need before being defeated) so use the best one you have. These are the Mortys we believe are the best debuffers:

S-Tier: Forbidden MortyForbidden MortyPaper

Forbidden Morty is hands-down the best debuffer in the game, mainly because of his excellent moveset. Only one other Morty can give you an Attack Debuff, Accuracy Debuff, Defense Debuff, and Paralyze Debuff in the their 4 allotted attack slots, which makes him an invaluable "Swiss Army Knife" for raids. The only debuff missing is Evade.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Negative EnergyDebuff Attack (Enemy)Medium95%1512
Elder CurseDebuff Defense (Enemy)Medium95%522
Arcane CastNormal (Enemy)
Paralyze Paralyze (Enemy)
120
 
70%
50%
545
Arkham TrapDebuff Accuracy (Enemy)Strong95%534

S-Tier: Child of GaiaChild of GaiaRock

Child of Gaia Morty is another fantastic debuffer. He can give you an Attack Debuff, Accuracy Debuff, Evade Debuff, and Defense Debuff in the their 4 allotted attack slots, which makes him very useful for raids. The only thing missing is Paralyze. Be sure to use Bunch Up x3 before you use Medicate x6 or you'll accidentally buff the enemy's Defense!

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
MedicateDebuff Defense (Enemy)Medium95%1523
Bunch UpDebuff Attack (Enemy)
Debuff Speed (Enemy)
Buff Defense (Enemy)
Medium
Weak
Weak
100%
100%
100%
539
TraumatizeDebuff Accuracy (Enemy)Strong95%546
Lack of AbandonmentBuff Defense (Self)
Debuff Evade (Enemy)
Medium
Medium
100%
95%
1018

A-Tier: Nargles MortyNargles MortyScissors

Like Forbidden Morty, Nargles Morty can give you an Attack Debuff, Accuracy Debuff, Defense Debuff, and Paralyze Debuff in the their 4 allotted attack slots, which is crucial for raids. His stats may be slightly worse, but he's easier to find and the Attack and Defense buffs are a nice bonus.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
ExtortBuff Defense (Self)Strong95%1034
Stare DownDebuff Accuracy (Enemy)Medium95%106
StickupScissors Scissors (Enemy)
Debuff Attack (Enemy)
Buff Attack (Self)
80
Weak
Weak
90%
100%
100%
811
IntimidateDebuff Defense (Enemy)
Paralyze Paralyze (Enemy)
Medium
 
95%
50%
1023


Best Rock Raid Attackers

S-Tier: Trover MortyTrover MortyRock

With the strongest Rock-type move in the game (Suplex), highest Base Defense in the game (135), a great Base Attack (115), and both Attack and Defense buffs, this Morty is one of (if not the best) Rock-type attackers for Raids.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
NailRock Rock (Enemy)8095%85
SnoozeRock Rock (Enemy)9890%826
SuplexRock Rock (Enemy)13595%834
ExfoliateBuff Attack (Self)
Buff Defense (Self)
Buff Speed (Self)
Weak
Weak
Weak
60%
60%
60%
517

S-Tier: Christmas Present MortyChristmas Present MortyRock

Best Base Defense in the game (135), great Base Attack, a dual Rock/Absorb move (Juice) and an Attack buff move make this one of (if not the best) Rock-type attackers for Raids. If you don't have "Sing", you can run with "Love Yourself" instead, but be wary of accidentally Paralyzing yourself.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Serving UpRock Rock (Enemy)9590%826
Golden TouchRock Rock (Enemy)13090%534
SingBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1040
JuiceAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)
Rock Rock (Enemy)
60
30
95%
50%
517

S-Tier: Pancake MortyPancake MortyRock

Great Base Attack, strong Rock-type attacks, an Attack buff, and an Absorb attack make this an excellent Rock-type Attacker for Raids. Can optionally swap out the Rock-type "Crush" attack for "Defend" if you want the Defense buff for extra survivability.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
CrushRock Rock (Enemy)9095%812
Golden TouchRock Rock (Enemy)13090%545
SalivateBuff Attack (Self)Medium95%1517
JuiceAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)
Rock Rock (Enemy)
60
30
95%
50%
540

S-Tier: Campaign Manager MortyCampaign Manager MortyRock

Slightly worse base stats, but excellent moveset including a strong Rock-type attack, a dual Rock-type/Absorb attack, and Attack and Defense buffs make this Morty one of the top Rock-type Raid attackers.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Nickel & DimeRock Rock (Enemy)11090%837
Blood PressureBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1032
Self-PromoteBuff Defense (Self)Strong95%1023
JuiceAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)
Rock Rock (Enemy)
60
30
95%
50%
527

S-Tier: Dragon MortyDragon MortyRock

Excellent stats, Attack and Defense buffs, and Absorb moves make this a very nice Rock-type attacker for Raids, with the only downside of having just one good Rock-type attack. You may want to replace Hibernate with another attack (normal-type Fireball or weak Rock-type Slumber) if you find you can survive without the Defense buff. You could also swap in Soul Search as a Paralyze option and Soul Steal instead of Dragon Call if you want to run Dragon Morty as your Debuffer (just need to pair it with a Morty that can debuff Accuracy).

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
ClawRock Rock (Enemy)10690%840
HibernateBuff Defense (Self)Strong95%1016
Dragon CallBuff Attack (Self)
Debuff Defense (Enemy)
Medium
Medium
100%
100%
534
Soul BondageAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)7595%828

S-Tier: The One True MortyThe One True MortyRock

Excellent stats, but only one Rock-type attack available makes him slightly less desirable as a Rock-type attacker for Raids.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
AscendNormal (Enemy)12095%820
Golden TouchRock Rock (Enemy)13090%542
PrayBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1033
HardenBuff Defense (Self)Medium95%151

A-Tier: Soccer Ball MortySoccer Ball MortyRock

Almost identical to The One True Morty, but with less worse stats and also suffering from only having one good Rock-type attack, which makes him slightly less desirable as a Rock-type attacker for Raids. You can swap out "Kick" or "Absorb" for "G-Force" if you'd rather have a Paralyze attack than a Defense buff or weak Rock-type attack.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
KickRock Rock (Enemy)6095%101
Golden TouchRock Rock (Enemy)13090%545
PrayBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1030
AbsorbBuff Defense (Self)Weak95%181

A-Tier: Dragon Rider MortyDragon Rider MortyRock

Slightly worse stats and no Defense buff/healing ability, but still a solid Rock-type attacker for Raids.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
CrushRock Rock (Enemy)9095%816
ClawRock Rock (Enemy)10690%842
Dragon CallBuff Attack (Self)
Debuff Defense (Enemy)
Medium
Medium
100%
100%
520
Diving ShotRock Rock (Enemy)
Debuff Accuracy (Enemy)
50
Weak
90%
100%
1532

A-Tier: Snowman MortySnowman MortyRock

Good stats, Attack and Defense buffs, and two good Rock attacks make this a good Rock-type option for Raids.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Stone GazeRock Rock (Enemy)7095%810
Golden TouchRock Rock (Enemy)13090%542
AuraBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1038
HardenBuff Defense (Self)Medium95%1523

A-Tier: Fawn MortyFawn MortyRock

Middling stats but a decent moveset that includes a relatively strong Rock-type attack, Absorb attack, and Attack/Defense buffs make this a good "last resort" Rock-type attacker for Raids. You can swap "Denial" for "Soul Search" if you want a Paralyze attack, or for "Kick" if you want another weak Rock-type attack instead of a Defense buff.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Dark VoidRock Rock (Enemy)10890%822
Flower ChildBuff Attack (Self)Medium95%1213
DenialBuff Defense (Self)Strong95%1030
GrieveAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)6095%538


Best Paper Attackers

S-Tier: Washington MortyWashington MortyPaper

Excellent Attack and Defense stats, has both an Attack and Defense buff, and great Paper attacks. If not using Defense buffs, you can substitute Fortify for Death Stare. This is the best Paper Attacker for Raids.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Piercing StarePaper Paper (Enemy)10895%819
Iron OutPaper Paper (Enemy)12095%548
PreachBuff Attack (Self)Weak95%181
FortifyBuff Defense (Self)
Buff Accuracy (Self)
Weak
Weak
90%
100%
543

S-Tier: Amoeba MortyAmoeba MortyPaper

Lower Attack stat is offset by great Defense and Absorb ability (Osmosis), making it a fine Paper Attacker for Raids.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Red MistPaper Paper (Enemy)8095%822
Iron OutPaper Paper (Enemy)12095%541
Fixer-UpperBuff Attack (Self)Weak95%186
OsmosisAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)8080%532

S-Tier: Funny MortyFunny MortyPaper

Good stats, two strong Paper attacks and an Attack and Defense buff - this Morty only lacks AP. if using Recitation, be sure to re-buff your Attack with Mortify every other attack.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Sign AutographPaper Paper (Enemy)12095%520
MortifyBuff Attack (Self)Medium95%1210
Self-PromoteBuff Defense (Self)Strong95%1030
RecitationPaper Paper (Enemy)
Debuff Attack (Self)
110
Weak
95%
100%
515

S-Tier: Wild Mascot MortyWild Mascot MortyPaper

No Defense buff, but makes up for it with great attacks and stats. If your Debuffer Morty doesn't have Paralyze, you can swap Scrunch with Spear.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
ScrunchPaper Paper (Enemy)6590%1015
Death StarePaper Paper (Enemy)9595%823
Sign AutographPaper Paper (Enemy)12095%536
MortifyBuff Attack (Self)Medium95%1219

S-Tier: Mascot MortyMascot MortyPaper

No Defense buff, but makes up for it with an extra normal-type attack and high AP.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
SelfieNormal (Enemy)10095%825
ScrunchPaper Paper (Enemy)6590%1015
Sign AutographPaper Paper (Enemy)12095%536
MortifyBuff Attack (Self)Medium95%1219

A-Tier: Box MortyBox MortyPaper

No Attack buff, making him a less desirable but still usable Paper option for Raids (Poison portion of Fan Art will have no effect).

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
CreasePaper Paper (Enemy)6590%101
Iron OutPaper Paper (Enemy)12095%522
Fan ArtPaper Paper (Enemy)
Poison Poison (Enemy)
75
 
95%
70%
547
FortifyBuff Defense (Self)
Buff Accuracy (Self)
Weak
Weak
90%
100%
533


Best Scissors Attackers

S-Tier: Christmas Future MortyChristmas Future MortyScissors

With the highest Base Attack in the game, a strong Attack buff, and a healing option with Grieve, this Morty is one of the best Scissors attackers. It's only downside is lack of AP.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Mind MeldScissors Scissors (Enemy)11595%534
PrayBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1040
TombstoneNormal (Enemy)
Paralyze Paralyze (Enemy)
110
 
90%
50%
530
GrieveAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)6095%55

S-Tier: SEAL MortySEAL MortyScissors

Coming Soon

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
InvasionScissors Scissors (Enemy)10095%831
Mind MeldScissors Scissors (Enemy)11595%548
MortifyBuff Attack (Self)Medium95%1225
DefendBuff Defense (Self)Strong95%1040

A-Tier: Scary MortyScary MortyScissors

Scary Morty's Regenerate attack will help him survive, and although his normal-type Swing attack has a higher (90) Power than scissors-type Probe (60), the type bonus combined with buffs/debuffs will ultimately make Probe the better option for dealing the most damage.

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
ProbeScissors Scissors (Enemy)6095%1014
Scratching PostScissors Scissors (Enemy)9095%831
Retain StrengthBuff Attack (Self)Strong95%1018
RegenerateAbsorb Absorb (Enemy)8095%540

A-Tier: Ventriloquiver MortyVentriloquiver MortyScissors

Coming Soon

Suggested Attacks
NameTypePowerAccuracyAPLevel
Cutting GazeScissors Scissors (Enemy)8095%816
EntertainDebuff Defense (Enemy)Strong95%1034
GrabParalyze Paralyze (Enemy)
Debuff Attack (Enemy)
 
Weak
60%
100%
528
VolleyScissors Scissors (Enemy)
Scissors Scissors (Enemy)
Scissors Scissors (Enemy)
Scissors Scissors (Enemy)
Scissors Scissors (Enemy)
30
35
40
45
50
95%
80%
65%
50%
35%
1040


Best PvP Mortys

This section lists what we think are the best Mortys to use in PvP. We've classified the Mortys into the following categories:
Debuff Debuffers and Attackers.

When building a PvP deck, you ideally want 1-2 "debuffer" Mortys that can lower the opponent's key stats like Speed, while also Poison Poisoning them. As long as you have a faster Morty, you should always be able to use a Mr. Meeseeks Box Mr. Meeseeks box before dying, but hopefully you won't have to if you have these Mortys!


Full List of Mortys by Attack Types

Visit the Attacks Database for a list of every Morty who can use each Attack Type.

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rassane
+1

rassane

isn't krampus morty just a better version of scary morty... similar move set but better stats
DrakeTungsten2
+2

DrakeTungsten2

There are some combinations of 2 Mortys that can get all the debuff you need for the boss fights:

Paper: Archmage (Lightning Bolt, Hypnotize, Elder Curse) with Goo (Negative Energy)

Rock: Mindblower (Soul Search, Hypnotize, Negative Energy) with either Dragon (Dragon Call and Soul Bondage) or Rainbow Suit (Medicate, Aura, Energy Drain)

Scissors: Ventriloquiver (Grab, Mock) and Scary (Mouth Off, Retain Strength, Regenerate)

Rock: Federation Prisoner (Stare Down, Humiliate, Heave Down) and Dethklok (Detharmonic, Sing, Rehab)