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(May 24th, 2014)
Rules Primer: Conductor! Two new card previews!
      by Seppel

Let's get into detail about how all these supernatural Conductors work!

Conductor is an easy-to-understand skill. There's two parts to the skill:

1) A Conductor enters the scene with energy counters on it. So when Sev enters the scene, you place 5 counters on him. (You can use gems or dice as counters.)

2) A Conductor can conduct by removing an energy counter from its card. This is how a Conductor uses its power. Look at Sev's last skill. See where it says "Sev conducts"? That means you just remove a counter from him in addition to the other costs for the skill. Simple!

So Conductors have limited use of their powerful skills. This is pretty cool, but very straghtforward. We want you to give you the resources to shape your own harem into the best there is. Instead of holding your hand and showing you the path, we want you to discover the path. Take a look at Pent-up Koobaba.


Now, wait a second. Shi's a conductor, but... how does shi conduct? How do you get that +5 to all PEs?

In any apprentice's deck, Koobaba would just enter the scene and start swinging with the rest of the harem. But a Grand Conductor knows that there's more to Conducting than what's on a single card:


Oh! The pieces have come together!

In addition to paying Conductive Thrust's cost (4 AP and 1 Male Point -- very cheap!) you make one of your Conductors conduct, and give 10 pleasure to a Furre of your choice! That's right -- this card is for Conductors only. No other Furres can wield this type of sexual power!

Either Sev or Koobaba could be the one who conducts in this case (and if Koobaba does it, shi gets +5 to all PEs!). Notice the difference in the rules text -- Sev conducts vs. conduct once. In the first instance, only Sev can conduct; in the second, any Conductor Furre you control can satisfy the conduct requirement.

And we've only scratched the surface of what Conductors can do.

Command your opponents with Grand Conductors -- Fortune at Vell's End preorders begin June 1st!

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Zeneth_Starr on May 25th, 2014 @ 09:52 AM
Oooh!! So many strategies. I'm absolutely giddy as a schoolgirl (With a crush on her hot Chem Teacher).

Evandill on May 25th, 2014 @ 08:22 AM
I really want this set now these conductors looks amazing!

Will we get an all conductor (or at least condutor-focused) starter deck?

Lafitte on May 24th, 2014 @ 11:53 PM
Oh, there's that giraffe! Glad shi really is a character, and one that's going to be pretty necessary to conductor decks, too. Though strategy wise, I'm expecting there to be ways to move conductor points around, too, like pain counters.

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