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(Sep 10th, 2014)
Enshoona, bathhouse star! New card preview!
      by Seppel

When Enshoona isn't relaxing with the Content Canine, shi's off teaching other attendants the art of a good massage.

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To play Enshoona, you must spend 12 Action Points (AP) and 3 Herm Points. (The cost is in the upper-right corner. You get Herm Points from Haven cards and 10 AP per turn, so you're going to have to find a way to get more Herm Points and AP to play hir.)

Once shi's in the scene, shi has decent stamina (10 ) and good PEs. (PEs, or Pleasuring Experience, are how well a character can give pleasure in bed to each gender -- they're the four numbers below the stamina icon. They're sort of like sexy attack power!)

Enshoona is a Conductor! As a Conductor 1, shi gets 1 energy counter when shi enters the scene. This energy can be used to cast powerful abilities, such as hir second skill -- for 3 Herm Points, spending the energy counter, and exhausting hir, (turn hir card on side to mark that shi's exhausted) you can refresh all other Furres you control (refreshed is the opposite of exhausted -- turn their cards back to their normal positions) and you can enter bed an extra time this turn!

So, put that all together, and you get the secret to Enshoona's prescribed handjobs: enter bed with all your Furres except for Enshoona, then, once the bed step is over, use Enshoona's skill to refresh them all, and swing again!

Your opponent won't be able to handle all that pleasure!

Enjoy!

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12 comments:

KoutaLeon on Sep 12th, 2014 @ 03:05 AM
This card is so perfect for me I love it!

Zeneth_Starr on Sep 11th, 2014 @ 09:52 AM
Shi and Hir are prounouns that refer to Hermaphrodites instead of females (which, of course, is she and her).

Shi is uaully prounced "shay".


King on Sep 11th, 2014 @ 08:46 AM
Which, I've got to ask, why are the es in words like she replaced with is?







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