How far away from Di'Ahla is Algurin, exactly?
Very far. At least 10 miles. Those are Di'Ahla's white walls in the background.
The Wilds is an excellent choice if you want to have both Females and Otherkind in your harem! It gives you a Gender Point that can be spent on either Female or Otherkind costs, which means that you don't have to worry what your next Haven card is -- regardless of whether your second Haven card is a Forests or Outskirts, you'll be able to pay for Bootlicker!
Di'Ahla's Awakening is available now! Check Furoticon.com each day for new previews!
The Winter Freebie Giveaway lasts until December 31st! (Or until supplies are out.)
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|Thanatos_lod on Dec 24th, 2013 @ 04:55 AM|
I want the new Wilds(same art, brighter coloring) and Boot Licker (I am excited to have all three arts in one deck..
Thanatos_lod on Dec 24th, 2013 @ 04:52 AM
Nezumi... this set has a great deal of alt art original work with many new cards. My wife and I are super excited to dive into the set.
Sigil on Dec 22nd, 2013 @ 11:20 PM
We made the change from Otherkin to Otherkind between 3rd Vanilla and Di'Ahla's Awakening. There was never any official announcement (8
Nezumi12 on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 10:14 PM
@ Taz: thank you, i didn't know and that is good info to have. now i know what sets to invest in. :)
@ polkakitty: i noticed the change as well but thought one was a typo or something like that. or that i was losing what little mind i have left.
SoubiGlowheart on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 10:09 PM
Oooo! That wilds card is so gorgeous!
ezekiel_tyr on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 07:03 PM
i cant wait tell i can get me a set of these cards
Taylona on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 03:01 PM
These reprints are like the forthcoming of 1st and 2nd edition.
polkakitty on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 01:52 PM
Interesting. I used to think Triskelion's dual-gender Havens probably wouldn't ever be reprinted because they were so closely tied to Triskelion's setting, but as it happens, making a sequel set means there's a perfect opportunity to keep them in print.
Also, erm.... I guess this has come up in a few of these news posts before, but when did "Otherkin" start being called "Otherkind"? I mean, I like the fact that there are characters in the game that don't clearly fit into the categories of "male", "female", and "herm", and all things considered, it's probably better for them to not to have a name that's usually assumed to refer to.... something else. It just made me pause for a second and go "what, is that supposed to be spelled that way?"
Kaia_Cougar on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 01:37 PM
I'm so glad these are being reprinted. Now I can only hope that they show up in the deck boxes.
BlueJay on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 12:49 PM
Was hoping for fresh art, but I can live with this.
Taz on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 12:43 PM
@Nezumi12: This is a reprint from a cycle of Dual-Havens that was started in Triskelion (with F/O The Wilds, O/M The Creaky Joint, M/H Lithrinn, and H/F Charm School) and "finished" in 2nd Vanilla (with H/O Perilous Precipice and M/F Co-Ed Dorm). So, strictly speaking, there are more like this for every two-gender combination. :)
Nezumi12 on Dec 21st, 2013 @ 12:10 PM
this reminds me of the dual lands from Magic's early days (still play with a Bayou in my black/green deck)
i hope there are more like this for other gender combos.