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Glutton. Token cards

Post by blackpelt » Tue Jan 20, 2015 8:00 pm

Dose anyone have a full list of furre token genorating card including from fortunes and previus sets as well. Trying to get a good vore deck asembled. And need help finding resorce makers

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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by captainbozo » Tue Jan 20, 2015 9:14 pm

http://furoticon.com/spoiler.php?adv=1 here you go, this will allow you to search the spoiler for cards. Put "token" in the Rule Text spot to find any card that mentions "token" :D
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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by polkakitty » Wed Jan 21, 2015 12:31 am

While you can easily look up all the cards that generate token Furres, and I recommend looking at all of them, you should also be aware that there are a few different types of token Furres which are good for different things:

Herm Fox tokens: The cards that generate these are all in the Fortune at Vell's End set. They can't swing or put out, but in general, you can create them faster than the other token Furres (compare [card]Kuushik's Will[/card] to [card]Wolf Camp[/card], or [card]Kuushik's Chosen[/card] to [card]Rowdy Scouts[/card].) They're useless for attacking or defending by themselves, but they can power up your Gluttons more than anything else, since the effectiveness of the Gluttons' skills is determined only by the number of Furres that they eat, not by those Furres' stats or skills.

Male Wolf and Otherkind Wolf tokens: These are generated by cards found in the Tribes of Tanglebrook set. The Male Wolf tokens have 2 for all PEs and the Intimidating skill (which admittedly isn't very good unless you can get several Furres with it out at once) and typically only appear one at a time, while the Otherkind Wolf tokens have 1 for all PEs and don't have any special skill, but you can generally create a few of them at a time. They can enter bed, and they can be used to power [card]Chark, Vision Ward[/card]'s and [card]Red Leader Trum[/card]'s (very useful) skills.

Male Jackal tokens: These are only generated by [card]Backup Striders[/card], and have the ability to immediately join another Furre's Fellowship. They're good to use with cards like [card]The Crested King[/card] and [card]Patron Shavash[/card] that give incredibly powerful bonuses when their Fellowships are full, but that require a huge number of Furres for that to happen. However, they're not worth using in a Glutton deck, since they don't have the advantages of either the Fox or Wolf tokens.

Besides those there are the Otherkind Dragon tokens and Stikktog, but those aren't really relevant here. The Otherkind Dragon tokens, for all practical purposes, are just part of [card]Linzin the Devourer[/card] (they only appear while shi's swinging and disappear afterwards,) and Stikktog can only be created by [card]Kuushik's Transformation[/card] and is a virtually invincible Furre you can summon if you can get 25 Herm Fox tokens in play at once, but you can't do that if you're also going to have Gluttons eating your token Furres.

The best Glutton Furres, and many of the best cards for generating both Fox and Wolf tokens, are all in Otherkind, so essentially, you've got two main choices: you can use your Gluttons to their fullest potential at the cost of having few other Furres to rely on, in which case you'll want to make an Otherkind/Herm deck, focus on Fox tokens, use [card]Kuushik's Offering[/card] to blunt your opponent's offense while generating more Fox tokens for yourself until you're ready to bring in your high-end Gluttons, and if at all possible, use [card]Kuushik, the Thousand-cord[/card] as your Owner. Or you can sacrifice some of your Gluttons' power to make your Token Furres useful in and of themselves, in which case you'll want to make an Otherkind/Male deck. In addition to the Tanglebrook Wolves I mentioned earlier, you'll want cards that either power up your token Furres or benefit from having a lot of them in the scene, like [card]Men's Locker Room[/card], [card]The Dean[/card], [card]Pheromone Swap[/card] (put out with a Wolf token, then sacrifice it in order to take out anything particularly dangerous your opponent swings with,) or just to be really evil, [card]Heavy Petting[/card]. In either case, you'll want to have [card]Dryad Grove[/card], which can take advantage of all the token Furres you're generating to massively increase your resource production.

Also, there are a number of cases where you might want your Gluttons to eat non-token Furres as well. [card]Slippery Slider[/card] is great to use for this (shi's essentially a Furre that can be fed to any number of Gluttons in turn,) and it can be worth eating a Furre that's locked down by [card]Timidity[/card] or [card]Mesmerizer[/card] to get an extra draw out of [card]Vitta[/card]. You can also use a Glutton to fully restore a Furre's :sp: by eating that Furre, then bringing it back into the scene with [card]Premature Evacuation[/card] (the Furre's :sp: is automatically refilled when it reenters the scene.) [card]Siren of the Cove[/card] can do the same thing automatically when she orgasms.

You'll also want to read Magetorment's post in this thread. He was one of the developers that worked on Fortune at Vell's End and focused particularly on the Glutton mechanic, and he has a lot of great advice. As with any deck in this game, you'll want to try a few different approaches and see what works best for you!

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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by blackpelt » Thu Jan 22, 2015 4:13 pm

What about [c]Booty box[/c] if it can eat furries on my opponent's side of the field can't I just have one of my furries eat booty box and then send them all to to the couch after or will they all go back onto the field
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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by Tegome » Thu Jan 22, 2015 7:40 pm

Any Furres in an eaten Furre's belly will go to the couch.

Say your opponent plays Behemoth, who eats everything in the scene. Then, you play Booty Box, which eats Behemoth. Only Behemoth will be eaten by Booty Box -- all the Furres in Behemoth's belly zone go to the couch.
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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by blackpelt » Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:35 am

Tegome wrote:Only Behemoth will be eaten by Booty Box -- all the Furres in Behemoth's belly zone go to the couch.
so that being the case if i still have 2 other furs who are gluttons and have say +2 in their belly, and bring out a new glutton, then give the 2 furres to it would it have +4 or just +2?
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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by Kaycat » Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:56 am

Gluttons eating gluttons is inefficient. Furs in one gluttons belly go to the couch, not the belly of the new glutton that ate the glutton.

That was worded awkwardly. The answer is 2.

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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by blackpelt » Fri Jan 23, 2015 5:00 am

Kaycat wrote:Gluttons eating gluttons is inefficient. Furs in one gluttons belly go to the couch, not the belly of the new glutton that ate the glutton.

That was worded awkwardly. The answer is 2.
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Re: Glutton. Token cards

Post by Seppel » Fri Jan 23, 2015 8:04 am

blackpelt wrote:
Kaycat wrote:Gluttons eating gluttons is inefficient. Furs in one gluttons belly go to the couch, not the belly of the new glutton that ate the glutton.

That was worded awkwardly. The answer is 2.
even tokens in another fur belly
Yes. Those will go to the couch.

If you're looking for a way to store up tokens, try [card]Kuushik's Chosen[/card]
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