I'm not sure that Gudul Lurker will end upbeing
played in constructed, but if it is, it'll
probably be cast very rarely for its morph cost.
There's always been a market for evasive blue
creatures, going all the way back to Flying Men;
Unstable Mutation may not be a thing in new
Standard environments, but the ability to put
someone under pressure starting from the first
turn is always worth looking into. I suppose you
could also make a deck with lots of megamorph
creatures where you cast everything face down
and your opponent always feels like they killed
the wrong one, no matter what you turn face up.
It sounds pretty complicated to figure out, but
I bet it would be fun!
Today's card of the day is Gudul Lurker which
is a one mana Blue 1/1 that can't be blocked and
has Megamorph for one Blue. Only Triton
Shorestalker and Tormented Soul also offer a
truly unblockable creature at one mana, so this
would see play for that alone. The
Megamorph option adds middle to late game power
to use excess mana and apply increased pressure
and threat to an opponent's life ponts.
Overall this is a very solid card that would see
play across multiple formats even without
Megamorph, so the addition opens up additional
potential and combinations.
In Limited this is a strong second or third pick
in Booster as it is more or less guaranteed
damage that can be played at any stage of the
game. With the single Blue in the casting
or Megamorph costs it can be part of a secondary
or even tertiary color in Sealed and is easily
supported by most builds with any +1/+1 counters
or other power enhancing options.