|Tsumi on Jun 18th, 2014 @ 10:14 AM|
ts a weird board wipe that takes out all of your opponents furres and yours, but leaves you unable to play more... but they still can. I would just put Timidity onto it, and my opponent be screwed. It should also be elusive then...
Magetorment on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 06:02 PM
And the bomb drops. Behold one and all, the biggest impact on the board in the game. Drop this big bad boy on a FFA and watch as the flow of the game suddenly shifts. Can you master the monster's might and stand above all others or merely be a king-maker?
@Polka, Lafitte, Scrimno, Daralyn, and Nezumi:
Behemoth is tough beast to tame. You can instantly change the course of the game by dropping him, but in order to win you've got to be smart with him too. There are ways to get him down easier, cards to support him, and ways to get him out of the way if things get too hairy. Got to play smart though, getting, can't be over eager with a giant dragon.
Nothing is stopping you from playing with both Compulsion and Behemoth, but they both have the 'played from hand clause,' so they don't really do all that much together. Behemoth won't trigger if snuck into play with Compulsion or Drachin Chosen.
Behemoth is a fun card to drop, especially late game in a free for all.
Zeneth is correct, when you play Behemoth every single furre sitting out in your game goes under it. Even stuff with Elusive and Frigid aren't safe. Once Behemoth resolves the only furre in play will be Behemoth... usually.
Nezumi12 on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 03:13 PM
damn. just. damn.
not sure i'd ever play this card. mostly since i'm not sure i'd ever be able to get the points to cast it.
Zeneth_Starr on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 02:39 PM
Yes. Behemoth eats all furres in play. Including all opponents.
ezekiel_tyr on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 01:27 PM
so ahh does that mean it eats oppents furrs as well?
Darkkismeth on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 11:00 AM
That isnt a guy, its a herm otherkin! That thing arouses and frightens me at the same time, not in a good way.
RainbowKitten on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 12:23 AM
I want to make a deck around this guy, just because it would make me laugh :P
Daralyn on Jun 17th, 2014 @ 12:19 AM
this card has a lot of downsides if played in bad moment
but if opponent has 5 furres and you none, it can change to course of fight
yet still I don't like double blade weapons
Scrimno on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 10:21 PM
That's one Mother of a cost, for one Mother of a card! If Early to Rise there to make it Eager, then BAM! You could both clear the board and swing for 7 direct pleasure. You might get in one or two shots before the opponent rebuilds their harem.
I wouldn't plan on using him too early on, as that no "Furre or Treat cards" penalty is a serious handicap. Like playing Cold Hard Steel on yourself but worse.
sirdan87 on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 10:15 PM
An odd thought. Could you use Compulsion of the Saibel as a Backup plan if Behemoth get prematured evac or Couched? http://furoticon.com/viewcard.php?c=564 Would certainly keep your side of the field ready, right?
Tegome on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 09:23 PM
@sekksualjackal : The only card revealed that can do that so far is Premature Evacuation, which explicitly says an ejected Furre goes back to its owner's control. http://furoticon.com/index.php?a=773
@polkakitty : Yep, Strip Bare is exactly why we disallowed Treat cards. :P Sex Addict and Pre-Evac are the only things that'll allow the Behemoth player to keep up with an opponent who's quickly rebuilding their own harem.
Can you imagine this guy getting hit with Timidity? >:3
sekksualjackal on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 08:55 PM
What if you play an action that expells a furre from a glutton? Would it be able to be put on your side?
Lafitte on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 06:16 PM
I'm surprised you violated that 'only your furres' rule. I thought that bothered a lot of people. Functionally, though, it's an awesome card! The sort you have to build a deck around, and if your opponent can overcome it you might have just flat out lost, but it can also give you the whole game.
polkakitty on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 06:13 PM
So, this is the new record for the most expensive card in the game. And it undeniably has an impact to justify that cost, but to me, it kind of seems like there's something missing. I mean, I understand the utility of having a board sweeper, but if you're having problems with your opponents sending out more Furres than you can handle, this doesn't seem like it would help in the long term, since it limits you to one Furre, but not anyone else. So I think there must be applications for having a Furre with a lot of other Furres in its belly other than the ones on the Glutton cards themselves. Like, maybe there might be a card that does something like "target player loses 2 SP for each Furre in target Furre's belly", or "gain 5 AP during your refill step if you control a Furre with 8 or more Furres in its belly", or something like that. (Those would probably be overpowered, but you get the idea.)
(Actually, my first thought when I saw this was "Strip Bare". Which I bet is the entire reason that Behemoth also stops you from playing Treats. But I assume that bringing other Furres into the scene with Sex Addict and Premature Evacuation is still an option, since they're Actions....)
BlueJay on Jun 16th, 2014 @ 05:45 PM
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, that is one serious card.