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Stats and Types
Epic No
Card Type Beast
Beast Type Techtic
Summoning Cost 2
Power 2
Goal N/A
Card Information
Card Number #197
Card Rarity (C) Common
Artist Sturner
Foil Style Shattered

Trickstircuit is a Beast Card that was first seen and printed in the Grotto Beasts! Trading Card Game.

The Card

Card Effect

When summoned, attach two cards
from the top of your deck face down
onto Trickstircuit.

Rules and Rulings

  • None at this time.


Not much is known about Trickstircuits, except that they are electric beasts with a broken lightbulb for a face, exposed wiring for limbs, and that they seem to find enjoyment in shocking anyone who's near.

These foul-natured beasts have been a new discovery since appearance of the Rumble, around and within the newly re-operational Skeld's Factory near Metrometropolis. The few firsthand accounts from the local Filamites investigating the forgotten factory reported that the beasts felt deeply uncanny, and the few that were spotted by the Trickstricuits were chased off from the area by the beasts. The roads leading to the factory are now posted with many warnings to not approach the area, and blocked off as well as the denizens have managed.


Written by Art Team Lead Hollulu:

Trickstircuit was one of the very first new beasts developed, making its first appearance in a collection of sketches uploaded by core team artist Sturner when it was decided that the Grotto Beasts project would continue past the Wonders of Archaeology stream. The full artwork would be completed once Sturner's factory design, later named Skeld's Factory, was also cemented into the game, appearing as the background setting on the card.

The Shattered foil type was chosen for the holographic version of the card to match the broken glass.

Written by Game Designer J. Evan Raitt:

An upgraded version from Centilead, having a similar kind of Beast really helps fill out the attach card mechanic and themes.



  • Trickstircuit was revealed upon the game's release, as the team wanted quite a few cards and beasts to be a surprise due to Grotto Beasts's theming of being an archaeological find.