What's this? Another new skill?
Yes! Let's get excited for the Wolves!
Expanded Borders lets you drop a Wolf and a Haven into the scene! And neither of them come from your hand! The Haven card comes from your deck, and the Wolf card comes from a pile of Wolf token cards that you'll find in the Wolves vs. Rats deckbox!
Okay, I know you're dying to know what Packed does.
Here we go!
Wolves focus on strength in numbers. The skill Packed does nothing until you swing with five or more Furres. And anyone who has seen a wolf deck in action knows that it's easy to get five wolves into the scene!
One Packed Furre increases the total pleasure by +2. ...and if all five of your swinging Furres are Packed, then that's +10 pleasure in bed!
"Okay, Seppel, show us an incredibly awesome card."
Gurt is in control of his pack of hunters. He's more than Packed, he's super-Packed! Every Furre that swings with him gives him +1 to all PEs, which adds up to a lot when you have a Packed pack!
Don't take his 10 stamina (❤) lightly -- Gurt wins games. One swing with his Packed pack is more than enough to start clearing the field of Rats!
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|yiff22 on Jun 9th, 2016 @ 12:28 AM|
A wolf pack packing divine wolf packages. Me gusta.
ezekiel_tyr on Jun 9th, 2016 @ 12:26 AM
that looks like it can get really dangrious specialy if you have enough tokens
Nezumi12 on Jun 8th, 2016 @ 11:04 PM
dang. those wolf guys are really... packing.
(sorry, i had to do it)
i find it kind of ironic that the wolves are getting similar abilities to several rats from Magic the Gathering (relentless rats, plague rats, pestilence rats)
Zeneth_Starr on Jun 8th, 2016 @ 07:43 PM
Looks like the rats are going to get an even bigger workout.
blizleopard on Jun 8th, 2016 @ 08:23 AM
That is going to make wolves a rather intimidating force, if they're all stacking bonuses on each other.
cuddles on Jun 8th, 2016 @ 06:57 AM
Going to use expanded borders in all my male decks.
HamHunterX3 on Jun 8th, 2016 @ 05:59 AM
The skills, they are so awesome! I want to get them!
Kaia_Cougar on Jun 7th, 2016 @ 08:44 PM
@Polkakitty I can understand that, right on the back of Brundali, wanting the Wolves to feel distinct from meddlers. But I never quite agreed that Meddler was 'superior' to Intimidating. Meddler had a stronger effect, but Intimidating had the advantage of being in addition to swinging for pleasure. Especially when the Council makes all Wolves dominant.
polkakitty on Jun 7th, 2016 @ 08:19 PM
Wow, I hoped that Wolves would get a new signature skill, but not only have they delivered with a new keyword, they made it one that benefits from having a lot of token generation, so it also keeps that aspect of the original Tanglebrook Wolf cards relevant. I'm impressed.
And if you're worried about Gurt not having enough Stamina, I think you should just put a Cock Sheath on him. There's no need to worry about your Furres' Stamina when they can take down your opponent's harem before they even touch you. (Team Captain is always good as well.)
(You could also use Powerhorse 2000 and the many variations of same, but if you're playing Wolves, you're almost certainly playing M/O instead of M/F.)
@Kaia_Cougar - In my opinion, anyone who ever used Intimidating as a major focus of a deck should get some Brundali cards with Meddler, since it's basically a superior version of the same skill (it's even found on Male and Otherkind Furres,) and Brundali has much more cards like Airman Bokeh and Mission Debrief that synergize with it than Tanglebrook had cards that synergize with Intimidating.
In fact, I think a large part of the reason they decided to give Wolves a different skill in this set has to have been to make sure their strategies and playstyles weren't just a rehash of Meddlers. It looks like the Wolves in Climax are actually designed with kind of the opposite philosophy from most of the Male cards in Brundali: the latter, with its heavy emphasis on Renegades and Meddlers, lends itself to swinging with a single Furre at a time, powering him up to take on tough opponents and removing obstacles from his path. But Packed lets you take a swarm of tiny, normally weak Furres and power them up enormously.
Jaxon on Jun 7th, 2016 @ 08:16 PM
I like the packed skill, reminds me of beast decks in hearthstone
LadySikerra on Jun 7th, 2016 @ 07:45 PM
Hmm, not sure I like the sound of this as much as Practiced, but I'm sure it could be pretty powerful with the right cards.
Kaia_Cougar on Jun 7th, 2016 @ 06:42 PM
It's interesting that Intimidating isn't making a comeback. Anyone who had a deck based on that will be disappointed.