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(Jun 4th, 2012)
Waking the Drachin: Compulsion of the Saibel
      by Callista Skip and Seppel

The dragons of Tanglebrook control the natural elements around them -- earth, air, fire, and water. While this power could be used for selfish or destructive purposes, no dragon would be senseless enough to do so.

When they work together, the Drachin are a formidable force. But during the many long generations of passable peace in Tanglebrook, they have grown casual in the way they talk about the tribes. However, it is time once again for help to come from spread wings and woven magic.



Art by Haze



Ready for something we've never done before?

Are you ready?


Are you really ready?








Let that soak in for a moment. A triple-gender Furre that brings in a total of FOUR Furres!

When the Compulsion comes down to weave its magic, the game will definitely be over soon!

Awaken the dragons and dominate your opponents -- Tribes of Tanglebrook will be released June 15th at Anthrocon! Preorder now!

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17 comments:

Schmuck_Noir on Jun 6th, 2012 @ 11:48 PM
Nice to see Haze is still doing artwork for Furoticon. Always quite liked that slightly abstract, almost expressionist style.

Also, the card itself is definitely an interesting one. I admitt, I'm a little hesitant to see if three genders in one deck can really work in a 40-card deck, but it'll certainly be interesting to try. As for the effects of the card... Wow. I know it's insanely expensive but good god is that a powerful beast. I would not want to go up against that, I assure you.


Otlan on Jun 5th, 2012 @ 07:14 PM
Yikes! With a Card like this in your Deck it'd be pretty easy to over run your apponet. At the same time though, the reverse is also true. Talk about your Double Edge Swords.

MandersHex on Jun 5th, 2012 @ 06:38 PM
I absolutely cannot wait to make a deck with this card!! GO DRAGONS!!!!







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