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Avatars Matter

Avatars aren’t there just to look scary! They have a connection to the game mode you play and will ultimately determine which team wins the match!

How Does My Avatar Win?

Great question… your Avatar will have to be better than the enemy’s! Seriously though, you’ll have to read on to learn more about the rules of each game mode, but remember that being bigger normally helps move things along!


Los Angelitos

In Los Angelitos, the smallest Morphie turns into an Angelito every so often, becoming invulnerable and gaining the ability to heal allies around them and stun enemies! The team with the last regular Morphie wins.

Spoiler alert: as tempting as becoming an Angelito is, the goal is not to become one…

Morph Match

In Morph Match the total mass of all team members combined is the only thing that matters! The taller your team, the taller your Avatar. The team with the tallest Avatar wins!

Spoiler alert: mass transfer between your team members does not affect your Avatar’s size…

Head Hunt

Your Avatar lost its head! In Head Hunt you’ll have to find a spare head and bring it to your cannon to charge it up. Once charged, the cannon will shoot the head to your Avatar and repair it!

Spoiler alert: the head is heavy, not every Morphie can carry the same weight…

Mass Heist

In Mass Heist you need to steal mass from the enemy Avatar and donate it to your own Avatar at a mass altar. The enemy Avatar is protected by a shield though, so you’ll have to find a way to disable it before you can steal mass! Almost forgot… the active mass altar changes periodically and only 1 is enabled for both teams every time, have fun!

Spoiler alert: stealing more mass means more to donate, but it also makes you a bigger target…

The Masster

In the Masster the biggest Morphie in the game will become the Masster and command their Avatar to steal mass from the enemy’s to grow and win!
Make sure the Masster is in your team but be careful… when the Masster dies the enemy team gets all of his mass!

Spoiler alert: enemies can see where the Masster is…