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(Mar 31st, 2014)
What is a Chase Rare?
      by Seppel

What is a Chase Rare?

A "chase rare" is a card that players seek for its power, rarity, and just-plain-awesomeness.

In Furoticon, there are multiple rarities for cards. You can see a card's rarity by looking at the color in the bottom-right corner:

A green blotch means the card is "uncommon!"

Here are the rarities:

Common: Cards that you can find relatively easily.
Uncommon: Cards that are a little harder to find.
Rare: The hardest-to-find cards.
Starter-only: These cards are only found in starter decks. You will never find one in a booster pack!

We also have a few cards that are a super-rare "promo" rarity, and they currently use the same gold color as Rare cards.

All of the promo cards are chase rares, and a good portion of 1st Edition is also "chase" in its own regard, so I won't be including them in this article. What I will be including are the other gems found in each set.

Today, let's look at Triskelion!


Triskelion came out in 2010, and it's currently out-of-print, so if you have any of these cards, don't throw them out! You're sitting on very valuable cards!

First up, Aleu Moonshadow:

Turning all of your opponents' Furres into Submissives is a massive boon for a Lure deck, and Aleu conveniently Lures! Aleu's trademark skill made a return in Tanglebrook on The Rat Queens.

Next, All Mine!

Who doesn't love a sexually-active 600 year-old tentacle-dragon holding a bunch leashes? All Mine gives you control of all Alterations in the scene. In a set full of Alterations, this is a complete game-changer! It's also very effective in multiplayer games!

Don't forget Day of Ascension!

This historically-inaccurate depiction of the Day of Ascension is still a great way to overwhelm your opponents! Prized for its sheer power, it returned in Di'Ahla's Awakening booster packs!

There's the relentless Pen Jiri!

Pen Jiri is an incredible force to be dealt with. Bondage-lover gives a Furre +1 to all PEs for each Alteration on hir, and when a PE reaches 7, the bonus is doubled! If you think we're insane, then we shouldn't tell you that we brought hir back for Di'Ahla's Awakening, but we doubled hir PEs and automatically doubled hir bonus!

Finally, there's the titular Saltire of Triskelion!

Good gravy, that's a lot of text! Let's break it down. The first line says that it can only be put on a Furre that already has 3 or more Alterations. The second says that nobody can target that Furre (also, it gives pleasure first, and it gives pleasure to the opponent regardless of Furres that put out, it gains PEs from pain counters, and it gains PEs from alterations! And the third line says that nobody can target any of the alterations on the Furre, including the Saltire itself!

Sorry to say, but the incredibly powerful Saltire did not return for Di'Ahla's awakening.

Remember, if you have any of these cards, keep them safe, and keep them in mint condition!


Get your cards now! Di'Ahla's Awakening is available! Check for new previews!

Sorry, comments are closed for this article.


Seppel on Apr 2nd, 2014 @ 06:02 AM
@BlueJay: Oops. I fixed it!

Zeneth_Starr on Apr 1st, 2014 @ 11:02 PM
I have 2 Aleu's in one of my decks (A greedy deck actually). She works alongside another card, making him Greedy when my opponent controls Submissive furres. Also, she's just a nice power-house for clearing the bedroom.

Kaia_Cougar on Apr 1st, 2014 @ 07:59 PM
I wish I had a saltire...maybe it will be reprinted one day...

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