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(Nov 29th, 2014)
Lily and Daisy have their eyes set on Instructor Ryan! Three new card previews!
      by Seppel

Last week, Lily wrote about ogling the Mt. Mesa ski instructor. Today, you get to see his card!


Instructor Ryan is very happy in his manly maleness, so much so that he gives you 1 extra Male GP on your turn!

Normally, this ability is reserved for Home Havens:


...but Instructor Ryan doesn't care! Ryan gives you the powers of a Furre and a Haven on a single card! And for a good cost -- Moorlands costs 4 AP, but Ryan costs 3 AP and 1 Male GP! (The cost of a card is in the upper-right corner.)

Of course, Lily called dibs on getting with him, and Daisy's very eager to help out!

But how does Ryan react to the proposal? Especially when two naked ladies run into the woods, all while teasing him?


At the cost of an incredible 5 Female GP, you can send an entire cavalry of men on a long hunt -- the Hedgemaze causes all of your opponent's swinging Furres to be shuffled back into his deck! They'll eventually be back, but not for a looooong time.

And in the meantime, you can employ your ladies to launch a full-offense of pleasure on your defenseless opponent!

Instructor Ryan and Suddenly, a Hedgemaze can be found in Caramel booster packs!

Caramel is available for preorder! Order now for preorder bonuses!

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Zeneth_Starr on Dec 4th, 2014 @ 02:35 PM
*Laughs* "Suddenly, A hedgemaze!"

Okay...that's going to be something I quote often in the near future.

Nezumi12 on Dec 2nd, 2014 @ 03:46 PM
@Taz: I was referring to the minotaurs from D&D. As to the original minotaur of Greek Myth, the Labyrinth of Minos was built to hide the Minotaur from the world as it was the product of an indiscretion between Zeus and a mortal woman. IIRC, said woman was either the wife or daughter of the Minoan king. Because the beast somehow managed to survive, the Labyrinth became a prison for those sentenced to death and those prisoners became the Minotaur's food. It was a hero (Perseus, Heracles, etc.) who killed the Minotaur after being "tossed in jail".

dranson13 on Nov 30th, 2014 @ 05:32 PM
cards like these make swinging scarry

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