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(Jun 8th, 2014)
The Sul Striders! Three new card previews!
      by Seppel

The Sul Striders are the messengers of Kemah Karah. They work hard, and very few can match their speed across the long stretch of desert.

When Emil isn't working, he's relaxing in privacy!


A Fellowship is a group of Furres. Some Furres are leaders, and others are followers (leaders can make followers join the fellowship). Emil is a follower, and he brings a powerful skill to the party: Elusive.

With all those conductors flinging their energy all over the place, it's good to have a safe haven -- and Emil delivers. Elusive means that any skill that says "target Furre" can't target Emil, and, provided the Fellowship is full, his skill makes everyone in the Fellowship Elusive!

A very helpful friend!

Sometimes, though, you might not have enough Furres to fill a Fellowship! When that happens, call on the Backup Striders!


Backup Striders gives you two Jackal Furre Tokens that automatically fit into any open Fellowships you control! Suddenly filling a 4-Furre Fellowship doesn't feel so difficult!


And we might as well preview those handsome Jackal Tokens!



Outlast your opponents with strength in fellowship! Fortune at Vell's End preorders are open! Order your cards now to get a preorder bonus!

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Magetorment on Jun 9th, 2014 @ 05:23 PM
Adventurer is a little weird. An Adventurer's stats are not part of it's skill. So removing its skills wouldn't revert its stats to level 0, but simply prevent it from gaining more EXP.

polkakitty on Jun 9th, 2014 @ 05:10 PM
@Magetorment - That makes sense, but what happens to the Furre that has its Adventurer skill stolen? I would guess that it just becomes a vanilla Furre with the same stats it had at level 0, but keeps its XP counters (since Thexa steals skills, not counters,) and then at the end of the turn when it gets the Adventurer skill back, it regains its levels depending on the number of XP counters it has (and its SP can increase if it gets a higher Max SP.)

@Kaia_Cougar - Yeah, it seems pretty weird for tokens to have different rarity, given that they're not part of your deck and there isn't really a maximum number of them you can have (they basically just get added to the game whenever a card effect says so.)

Actually, come to think of it, the Jackal token is numbered T3, and the Fox token was numbered T4. So are there 2 more in this set, or are T1 and T2 the Male Wolf and Otherkind Wolf tokens from Tanglebrook? (I'd like to see some with different species, actually. I love the artwork on both the Jackal token and the Fox token, but it seems a bit silly that we've only got canids so far.)

sirdan87 on Jun 9th, 2014 @ 09:12 AM
This is looking great. Keep up the great work guys.

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