The original Tribes of Tanglebrook is sold out, completely! But still to this day, there's a high demand for Tanglebrook cards. During Climax development, we wanted to introduce new cards, as well as give new players the opportunity to get your paws on some of the best and hottest Tanglebrook cards!
Let's start with cards that have their Tanglebrook artwork:
And now, for cards with new artwork!
And finally, one card to keep you guessing!
Which card is your favorite? Got a guess for the mystery card? Tell us about it in the comments below!
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|Kaia_Cougar on Jun 14th, 2016 @ 10:58 PM|
After giving it some serious thought, I'm going to have to agree with polkakitty that the secret card must be dissension. It's the only existing herm non-furre that fits both stylistically and alphabetically.
Aetherlight on Jun 14th, 2016 @ 07:13 AM
Now that I look forward to.
Astrid Varelse on Jun 13th, 2016 @ 07:50 PM
Soon I will know all. And nothing can stop me! >: )
on Jun 13th, 2016 @ 03:23 PMI really love the variety of art on the new cards. It ranges from funny to beautiful to extremely sexy. I mean, I'm always super impressed by the artwork of this game, and I think I gush about the art every time a new set comes out, but I can't help myself! I love all the art!yiff22
on Jun 13th, 2016 @ 01:30 AMHype! I'm loving the look of these cards.ezekiel_tyr
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 07:36 PMoh wonder what that last card is gona bepolkakitty
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 05:58 PM@Magetorment - You have a lot of really good points. I definitely sold Facial Battalion short, and I think I've often underestimated cards you can use to sabotage your opponent's plans during their turn, or that require you to make sacrifices for their effect.HamHunterX3
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 03:05 PMSo awesome! I wish I could get them now... but I'm not getting paid until later this month, I hope I make it.Magetorment
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 11:08 AMThe new art for a lot of stuff is gorgeous. Personally I'm tempted to use Huntmasters as wolf tokens in other games. And while the art for the old Rat Hideaway will always hold a special place in my heart, I'm glad it got such a great looking overhaul.
@Polka: That's kind of funny you say you'd rather use Practiced than Facial Battalion, since I'm the opposite. FB's skill is surprise-speed, which means you can do crazy things with it. Opponent plays something to climax or steal one of your furres? Just throw it in their face. Holding onto AP for denial and your opponent doesn't play anything? Throw a chump in their face. Just played a bunch of boosts that will wear off end of turn (like, say, Packed)? Throw that big boy in their face. Plus since climaxing the furre is part of the cost it'll be gone before they can react, so they won't be able to do things like lower it's PEs or bounce it back to your hand. Basically it's a trade off, would you rather have reliable direct pleasure with this treat or repeatable direct pleasure with the skill?cuddles
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 10:07 AMI like the text on the new Dicksmasher, but still love the old art. Just by looking at the art of the mysterious card, my guess is Unexpected Traitor. Many cards were common and are now reprinted as uncommon, so maybe a common could now be a rare. Gurt does not look happy.Fallenaltair
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 01:56 AMPawlay-Parlay meeting action cardpolkakitty
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 12:13 AMThe card I'm the most glad to see make a return is actually Kinship Studio. Since it's the ideal Haven for any species-specific deck, it's great to use in a huge variety of different decks.
One strange thing that occurs to me is that even by now, no common cards have been previewed, only uncommon and rare cards. But then, since this is a set of duel decks with no booster packs, I guess rarity doesn't really mean anything anyway.
(Unless they did something like marking a card as uncommon if there are two copies of it in the deck it appears in and marking it rare if there's only one? I dunno. I'm probably reading too much into it, but I feel like, if cards are still being marked as being different rarities, then it should mean *something*.)
@Taz - It might actually be a reprint from another set besides Tanglebrook, like Bilge Rat. In that case, I think Dissension would be the best fit, since the story has Gurt offering a concession that the rest of his tribe doesn't agree with.
(I'm assuming it's not a Furre, partly because it doesn't use the template with a Furre's stats, and partly because the characters that are visible are Gurt and Quickfingers, both of which we already know have their own cards in this set.)
(....although admittedly, that didn't stop Tsou and Bokeh, or Cirosouyat and Salacca, or any of the top-tier multi-gender cards in Brundali.)polkakitty
on Jun 12th, 2016 @ 12:12 AMI love all the new art for these. Chark, Vision Ward looks amazing, with the color scheme focused on him as the connection between the sky blue apparitions and the physical world lit up in magenta.
But given that this set is going to introduce Practiced Furres, some of which are apparently Otherkind (and since it's a replacement for Greedy, some will probably be Male as well,) Facial Battalion seems like a strange choice, especially for one of only a few slots for multi-gender cards. I don't think there's any situation in which I'd rather use Facial Battalion than just swing with a Practiced Furre. (When a Practiced Furre swings, it may or may not orgasm from the Furres that put out, and in either case, even if the Practiced Furre doesn't deal pleasure to your opponent's Furres, swinging with it still allows other swinging Furres to choose another Furre to pleasure. Meanwhile, using Facial Battalion always immediately climaxes the Furre you choose, gives no other benefits besides dealing pleasure to your opponent, can't be used with more than one Furre per turn, and costs 3 more AP!)
It also seems strange that The Rat Queens would return, but not Council of the Pawsrec. But on second thought, Council of the Pawsrec was kind of underwhelming compared to the other "tribal leader" cards (especially The Rat Queens,) and it referred to the old style of Male Wolf tokens (with Intimidating.) So rather than adding another largely redundant Token type to the set just so Council of the Pawsrec can use it, I think it makes a lot of sense for the Wolves to get a new "leader" card (and, for that matter, for Rat Hideaway to return, but not Wolf Camp.) I guess the question now is, is that leader Gurt, Hunter Elite, or a new M/O Furre? (Because two F/H cards have been previewed, The Rat Queens and Victory Squat, that implies there is a slot for another M/O card besides Facial Battalion.)blizleopard
on Jun 11th, 2016 @ 06:35 PMDear Lord, but the new Huntmaster card is BEAUTIFUL.BlackDen
on Jun 11th, 2016 @ 12:57 PMuhhh, goof zhing I preordered =DNezumi12
on Jun 11th, 2016 @ 12:29 PMthe new art on Dicksmasher is freaking hilarious.
i also really like the ability on that last card. ;)Zeneth_Starr
on Jun 11th, 2016 @ 11:42 AMI love the new artwork. And this is really going to be helpful since I lost all my old Tanglebrook.
on Jun 11th, 2016 @ 10:12 AMI was telling Zeneth a while back that I thought Bilge Rat would be a good fit for his Rat deck.
Then you go and reprint Bilge Rat AS a Tanglebrook rat. :PTaz
on Jun 11th, 2016 @ 09:56 AMYou know, when the art for the mystery card was first previewed, I had suspected that it was new art for Paying Respects, so I was somewhat surprised to see that Paying Respects kept its old art.
Based purely on card numbering, the mystery card is somewhere between Bilge Rat and Paying Respects, albeit closer to Bilge Rat's end. If it were a Rat reprint from Tanglebrook, that would mean the possible candidates were Gemstealer, Hakir's Compensation, and Packrat. None of those seem very likely given the art, though, so . . .
. . . it's not a reprint from Tanglebrook, now, is it?
Now, for comments about the new art:
Dicksmasher is still just as hilarious as the original.
New Vriga is GORGEOUS!
Ambassador Hakir is much cuter, likely on account of Maim's art style. Shi seemed much more like a boss on the original, though. Must have been that smug grin.
That . . . is a ridiculous knot slapping against Bilge Rat.
I actually really like the new Victory Squat! Hebrew has really made a name for depicting dynamic scenes.
Kinship Studio and Rat Hideaway are beautiful. I have a feeling Kinship Studio is going to become especially popular for people who have (for whatever reason) become tired of the Otters.