Pocket Mortys Season 3 Weekly Update 5: Giant Inside Out Summer And Chimney Sweep Morty

Get ready to sweep some chimneys, deal with tech support, and survive a deadly Rick and Jerry psychedelic adventure!

Season 3 of Adult Swim's masterful sci-fi dark comedy has been firing on all cylinders lately, culminating in Rick and Morty Season 3, Episode 5 “The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy”.

This week we get an unexpected Rick and Jerry adventure, offering a pairing that almost never happens as the two come to terms with Jerry and Beth's divorce. Things get predictably crazy -- and as this season has been known to do, they also get absurdly gory and even a little psychedelic. As a fun side adventure, Summer accidentally makes herself gigantic and spends the day trying to return to normal size by talking to some unhelpful tech support.

Hopefully Rick And Morty doesn't go the way of Dan Harmon's other show Community and take a nose dive in quality after the awesome third season. But for now, these new episodes are offering everything the fans want.

Corresponding to each new episode, the mobile monster-raising phenomena Pocket Mortys has been offering weekly updates to add in whole new trainers to play and Mortys to evolve. Did you miss any of the previous updates? Check 'em out:

       That's the face Jerry should be making when in the ship with Rick

Pocket Mortys: New Ricks/Trainers From Season 3

The aesthetic possibilities of your multiplayer trainer have absolutely exploded in these five weeks since the third season started, with favorites like Noop Noop, Pickle Rick, and Wasteland Jerry now overtaking the various dimensional playgrounds.

If you don't want another typical humdrum Rick running around Mortopia, this week you can now play as Giant Inside Out Summer, Schnoopy Bloopers, or the truly bizarre Risette Groupon. Grab yourself some tickets, head over to Salesman Rick's, and suit up!

Pocket Mortys: New Mortys In Weekly Update #4

Sadly, there's no Eclipse Morty today, which seems like quite the oversight. I mean like, what's up with that dawg? The whole world was waiting for it! Oh well, we got some cool new additions to the Morty Deck anyway.

At the moment, we know of at least three Mortys added with this update covering Mortys #216 - 218:

  • Poorhouse Morty
  • Chimney Sweep Morty
  • Master Morty

There may be a couple more Mortys hiding around in one of the dimensions, considering we got six Mortys last week and five the week before that.

Poorhouse Morty

This one's got a very Tiny Tim vibe going on, and seems like he really needs a nice Christmas dinner before dying horribly as his father is laid off by Scrooge Rick.

Combining two Poorhouse Mortys together gives you the upgraded Chimney Sweep Morty, but both are pretty sad on the skill loadout.

  • Type: Paper
  • Starting Skills: Condition, Fixer Upper, Flail, Examine, Scrunch, Bunt, Gross Out, Rush

Chimney Sweep Morty

This exceedingly sad and dirty Morty was forced by his Rick to climb up chimneys and sweep away the soot in Victorian England. His reward was a slice of stale bread and some drippings of dubious origin.

  • Type: Paper
  • Starting Skills: Condition, Fixer Upper, Flail, Examine, Scrunch, Bunt, Gross Out, Rush, Humiliate


Master Morty

No longer a down-on-his luck Morty, this one becomes the master of the estate when you combine Chimney Sweep Mortys together.

  • Type: Paper
  • Starting Skills: Condition, Fixer Upper, Flail, Examine, Scrunch, Bunt, Gross Out, Rush, Humiliate, Descale

Did you manage to track down any others besides these three? Let us know in the comments section below! If you haven't caught Rick And Morty Season 3 Episode 5 yet, do yourself a favor and catch up at the Adult Swim streaming site.

That's all for this week's Pocket Mortys update - catch you R&M fanatics again next Monday with update #6!

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Ty splits his time between writing horror fiction and writing about video games. After 25 years of gaming, Ty can firmly say that gaming peaked with Planescape Torment, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have a soft spot for games like Baldur's Gate, Fallout: New Vegas, Bioshock Infinite, and Horizon: Zero Dawn. He has previously written for GamerU and MetalUnderground. He also writes for PortalMonkey covering gaming laptops and peripherals.

Published Dec. 20th 2017

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