Tahira is a happy raccoon living in Vell's End with her mate, Deran. They're deeply in love with each other, but after some long talks, they also admitted to each other that they could love more than one person. They aren't swingers -- they're just open to the idea of having more than one partner in their family, while still loving each other just as much.
Tahira comes with the basic stats that you use in every game of Furoticon:
* From the normal 40 cards in a Furoticon deck, you may include 0 extra cards.
* You have an opening hand of 6 cards, and your max hand size at the end of your turn is 7 cards.
* From the normal 50 starting stamina, you start with 0 extra stamina.
* You have 10 AP per turn, and it costs 5 AP to draw a card, as well as 1 AP to swing with a Furre and 1 AP to put out with a Furre.
Also, in the upper-right corner, you can see that you can have any of the four genders in your deck.
Start your journey in Vell's End as Tahira in the Strength in Fellowship starter deck!
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As time went on, Tahira and Deran found other partners. It was a little shaky at first -- Tahira had to focus both on her new lovers and her clothing shop, and Deran had to cast off jealousy, and instead feel joy and compersion for the growing family. The foursome took strong interest in each other's lives, including Tahira, who was grateful for the improvements to her shop!
You can find Tahira, Nurturer in Fortune at Vell's End booster packs! She now has increased stats:
* From the normal 40 cards in a Furoticon deck, you may include 5 fewer cards, for a total of 35 cards.
* You may not have any Male, Herm, or Otherkind cards in your deck. (Notice the solitary Female symbol in the upper-right corner.)
* Your Furres get +1 to all PEs while on defense! (But only if you have the fewest cards in your deck -- lucky for you, you start with a 5-card lead!)
What are some Furres that work great on defense (putting out)?
Asti makes a Generous Fellowship while putting out, and Tahira increases their PEs!
Kanette comes from Tribes of Tanglebrook! She's Shy, which means she can only put out, plus, she's Multi-orgasmic, so she'll orgasm twice before being done for good!
Bound Furres offer you the flexibility of going full-defense with increased stats, or a normal Furre that can both swing and put out. Mogi, Kashtine, and Gentla are all great choices for your harem!
There's tons of options for your harem with Tahira, and I could continue on for pages. I'll leave you to discover more! ❤
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|gamercheez on Jul 12th, 2014 @ 04:11 AM|
I'm glad I got that deck.
Cosmosaura on Jul 11th, 2014 @ 10:55 PM
more and more interesting as the days go by. :P
Tegome on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 06:13 PM
@Taz: There's a simple fix -- her name is Tahira, but she's Tess for short! ...Iunno.
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 02:39 PMI really like this new trend of single gender owners. Especially since I started making single gender decks lately.Taz
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 02:36 PM@Nezumi:
"Tahira is a happy raccoon living in Vell's End with her mate, Deran."
First sentence of the article.
@polkakitty @Lafitte: while it may be true that during playtesting, remaining cards in black book was always on display, it honestly isn't that difficult to keep track of. Early game, you can start at 35 for Tahira, Nurturer; 46 for Makall, Grand Conductor; or 40 for other Owners, and count the number of each deck's cards that are anywhere but in the black book. Simple subtraction will give you the remaining cards in each black book.
Also @polkakitty, we already had at least one Misplace-enabling Owner in Strawberry, so quite frankly, it'd be redundant and boring if we DIDN'T go in the opposite direction! Girls can do more than one thing, after all. :)
Bonus comment: Tahira (as Tess) was already my personal favorite Owner from FAV--and this was before I found out that she would be a raccoon! Now I like her even more. Nezumi12
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 01:29 PMDamn, that's a nasty combo. All I have to do is sit back and wait for you to make a move and it's "hello premature ejaculation, good-bye opponent"
@Taz: Tess is Tahira's partner. Or a nickname. But it's definitely NOT a typo. ;)
Or maybe it was left intentionally to see who's paying attention. People love Easter Eggs, after all.polkakitty
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 11:53 AM@Lafitte - You should probably just use dice to keep track of that. Start at 34 (or whatever, for Tahira herself, after drawing your initial 6 cards, it would be 29) and count down every time you draw a card.
It seems odd to me that the Female-specific owner would get a bonus for having the fewest cards in her deck when Misplace is a focus of so many Female cards. But, of course, having some room for different playstyles within the same gender is always good. I think she could be a good Owner to use for a Treat-heavy deck with More Lovin' and Troubled Tiger.
I also really like the idea of having Owners that are essentially the same character at different times. It lets the characters be developed further since we can see more sides of them, and it means that if you want to have Tahira as an owner, but you need, for instance, some Male cards to complete Fellowships, you can still do that if you use Tahira, Novice.Lafitte
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 09:02 AMInteresting ability, though I bet counting the cards in everyone's black book will get tedious.Taz
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 08:42 AMRaccoons~.
Fun fact: In playtesting, her name was Tess! The name change must've came so recently, that the flavor text on starter Tahira was not only already-written, but overlooked as well!ezekiel_tyr
on Jul 10th, 2014 @ 07:58 AMyou know i was just about to ask when do you ever have a card that lets you start with more or less cards in your deck