Sadists can be found in every gender, dishing out pain. When you're playing against them, you're going to need a card that defend against that pain! Thankfully, every gender gets a card like that!
There's also a Haven card that works against Sadists: Somma's Bakery!
Havens have no Gender Point cost, so they can go in any deck, regardless of the gender of the harem! Because of that, cards are developed to make sure that a Haven card is the "weakest" option among cards that perform the same function.
In this case, Somma's Bakery allows you to remove 1 pain counter per turn you have.
Now let's look at the Male option, Hug and Kiss:
Males play on offense and thrive on strength in numbers. So to help your entire harem out, Hug and Kiss heals all your Furres! And you draw a card!
Here's the Female option, Peace and Quiet:
Females play on defense. Not only will you be able to recover one of your Furres with Peace and Quiet, but you'll also gain some stamina, too!
Next is the Herm option, Watch and Learn:
Herms are aggressive. With Watch and Learn, you can recover from the pain and then immediately retaliate with some pleasure of your own!
Finally, we have the Otherkind option, Sit and Stay:
Otherkind like to control the opponent. In the case of Sit and Stay, there's no better defense than an offense! Give the sadists a taste of their own medicine and see how they like it!
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|Taylona on Jan 2nd, 2014 @ 07:28 PM|
If used right these would be extremely helpful with Sukouri.
SerenityHeart on Jan 1st, 2014 @ 03:00 PM
Alot of these would be amazing in my deck
ezekiel_tyr on Dec 31st, 2013 @ 04:54 PM
i would love to have these cards in a deck of mine
Sigil on Dec 31st, 2013 @ 03:42 PM
Fel Onin has antler rings, yes XD
Taz on Dec 31st, 2013 @ 12:47 PM
@Nezumi12: The stag in question is Fel Onin, so it's probably just hir jewelry. :)
Kehran_Remsus on Dec 31st, 2013 @ 10:39 AM
Maybe, I knew a girl who wore one as a hair tie. But most likely to be rings.
Nezumi12 on Dec 31st, 2013 @ 01:10 AM
the deer in the art for watch and learn: are those cockrings on her antlers?
BlueJay on Dec 30th, 2013 @ 05:06 PM
I am loving the art for Watch and Learn.