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(Dec 23rd, 2014)
Ashamai Unleashed! New card preview!
      by Seppel

As Buck continued to blunder through his date with Ashamai, Ashamai had had enough.

I could say more, but I'll let Ashamai's card do the talking.


Ashamai Unleashed is a Furre card -- Furres are your harem, and they're the best way to deal pleasure to your opponent. At the lower left, you can see that Ashamai has 25 (stamina). This is how much pleasure Ashamai can take before she orgasms and goes to your couch (discard pile). In Furoticon, 15 is average, so Ashamai's stamina is incredible!

The four numbers below that are her Pleasuring Experience (PEs) and they show how much pleasure she gives to Furres of each gender. (When pleasuring a player, a Furre gives pleasure equal to its highest PE. In Ashamai's case, she would give 6 pleasure to a player!)

Ashamai is a very sexy dragon in bed, but that's not all. Ashamai is Tireless, which means she doesn't exhaust while swinging! ("Swinging" is like "attacking" but with sexy fun times. "Putting out" is like "defending" with Furres to protect yourself from being the one who receives the pleasure!) Normally, you exhaust a Furre (tilt it on its side) when swinging. But with Ashamai, you don't exhaust her! Why is this a good thing? Because exhausted Furres can't put out. Your only chance to refresh your Furres is at the beginning of your turn. So Ashamai can both swing and put out in one round!

Ashamai takes control in bed. There's a good reason the nameplate on her desk says "Mistress!"


(There's a super-rare, full-art version of Ashamai Unleashed that shows all the action, available in Caramel booster packs or by attending Furoticon events!)

Caramel is available! Get your cards now!

Sorry, comments are closed for this article.


clase90 on Dec 25th, 2014 @ 04:17 AM
Hotest dragon, and 25 tank, please.

Lafitte on Dec 24th, 2014 @ 07:15 PM
@Nezumi: Yeah, I build the same way. It's painful to leave out such cool things in multi-gender decks, but you gotta build an engine that runs, ya know.

Single gender decks have limitations that help to balance out such strong cards with high GP costs, but I do get what you're saying. 4 GP may be a lot, but spending so little AP when you put it out lets you do other scary stuff in the same turn (though, unless it's very late game, you probably won't have the GP for more than a card or two, especially with Female that has a harder time than any gender getting GP in non-traditional ways) but I think, personally, the cost difference between 3GP and 4GP is MUCH larger than 2GP and 3GP.

Nezumi12 on Dec 24th, 2014 @ 12:37 PM
@Lafitte: 4GP isn't cheap, true. but it's easy enough to get (at least in single gender decks) that this seems a little powerful for the cost.
I personally would never put anything with more than 3GP in a deck that had more than 2 genders and it would have to be really good (like this card) for me to use a 4GP card in a 2gender deck.
considering my luck with resource draws, i tend to use lower cost cards that i am sure of being able to play early on. higher cost cards have to be really good/useful (IMO) to end up in my decks.
alternatively, i will occasionally build a deck around expensive/powerful cards so that they are easier to get into play (like with my Blue-Eyes deck for YuGiOh), but those tend to be loser decks as they count on one or two cards which, in my case, invariably end up on the bottom after shuffling and cutting.

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