As the night rolls on, Lily's costume party gets a bit rowdy, and a few partygoers forget to look where they're going!
Suddenly Vanna and Muffy are guilty of a... party foul!
Party Foul is an Action card (a one-shot card where you follow the rules, then discard it). It costs 9 Action Points and 2 Herm Points. You get 10 Action Points per turn (and you get Herm points from certain Haven cards), so you're going to have to spend nearly a full turn to play it.
And its effect -- you and each opponent discard 2 cards -- is very straightforward, but it sounds like you're getting the raw end of this deal. If you play this card, then discard 2 cards, that means you've spent 3 cards to get rid of 2 cards per opponent. The ratio doesn't work in your favor. You're losing more cards than your opponents. But there's a secret to this card!
Want to make it work in your favor? You play Party Foul when it's the only card in your hand! You have nothing to discard, so you ignore that rule, but all of your opponents still have to discard! Now you've spent 1 card to get rid of 2 cards!
Party Foul and all the fun of Lily's costume party can be found in the Strawberry deckbox, Graduates and Gangbangs!
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|Unseen_Evil on Sep 3rd, 2013 @ 05:14 PM|
Any card that has a triggered effect when cards are discarded could also be useful.
Kehran_Remsus on Sep 3rd, 2013 @ 03:24 PM
Just be careful about using it against a other kin player. It might help them. But it great when you use it when they only have 2 cards in their hand.
sirdan87 on Sep 3rd, 2013 @ 10:32 AM
Best way I can see that card being played. Unless you add cards the favor being discarded, then makes it even better. ^_^
ezekiel_tyr on Sep 2nd, 2013 @ 11:57 PM
you know i was just about to ask why would you use a card like then then i saw the use only when its the last card in your hand
Nezumi12 on Sep 2nd, 2013 @ 10:45 PM
and in team play, your teammates are safe as they are neither "you" nor your "opponents"
Tegome on Sep 2nd, 2013 @ 08:14 PM
Don't forget its use in free-for-all multiplayer games, either! Sometimes it's worth it to spend three cards to make your three opponents discard six cards between them!