It's Bound Week at Furoticon, where we take a look at the Bound Furres of Di'Ahla's Awakening!
Today, let's look at Lord Melam Gaar, who is Bound to his duties to run House Gaar:
We have a small typo here: Originally his cardname was "Lord Gaar," but with "Lord Goan" in the set, we found it a little confusing. So we made a last-minute change to the cardname, but forgot to fix his name in his skill! Play the card as if it says "Lord Melam" in the skill box. (You'll find the same sort of typo on "Lady Gentla" / "Lady Goan.")
Lord Melam is Bound. Bound means that, when you give him an Alteration (such as any bondage equipment in this set), he gets +2 to all PEs (PE means Pleasuring Experience -- the four numbers below the heart icon, which show much pleasure he can give in bed to each gender). He also can't swing (enter bed on offense, "attack"). He can only put out (enter bed on defense, "defend").
In addition to that +2 bonus, Lord Melam gets another +2 bonus for being the only Furre you control! If you're looking for a great first Furre to play, Lord Melam is one of the best early-game defense options out there.
And you can double his Bound power by giving him a Ring Gag:
With a Ring Gag, he can reach 9 for all PEs!
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|Nezumi12 on Jan 3rd, 2014 @ 11:29 PM|
last minute changes before going to print are the bane of every publisher...
Gloomeon on Jan 3rd, 2014 @ 09:19 AM
I got both of these cards in the booster packs that I bought. I love the ring gag one, red pandas are so lovely in bondage.
BlueJay on Jan 2nd, 2014 @ 03:03 AM
Ah, typos. I remember Blindfold's in the old Triskelion: made it out to seem that Cassvar was having an affair with Pardia.
ezekiel_tyr on Jan 1st, 2014 @ 10:44 PM
lord melam seems like a card youd like to start out with
Taylona on Jan 1st, 2014 @ 07:41 PM
I opened this guy up in one of my packs today and he went straight into my male deck!
Taz on Jan 1st, 2014 @ 06:38 PM
Note: he also combos well with the card Muzzle from the original Triskelion, and other such self-eliminating Alterations. Having a good defense is nice and all, but alone (as he wants to be) it gives your opponent time enough to build up a sufficiently advanced offense. Being able to "turn off" Bound to switch from defense to offense as needed is a particularly valuable skill to have, especially with the loner effect! The one-shot bonus for your suddenly offensive Furre is simply icing on the cake. :)
sirdan87 on Jan 1st, 2014 @ 05:27 PM
I'll have to keep the typo info of this card in mind.
That said, interesting ability let alone setup you can do with him.
Kehran_Remsus on Jan 1st, 2014 @ 05:24 PM
Not a bad card, he good late game and early game. Get him out turn 2 or 3, and you can get some damage done while you work on building gp/up.