Juuba may not be as big as the Behemoth, but shi's still an impressive rhino!
Unlike regular Gluttons, Juuba can only eat one Furre. (Put the eaten Furre face down beneath hir to mark that it's been eaten. Don't worry -- nobody gets hurt!)
Normally, a Glutton gets a bonus for each Furre in its belly, but Juuba's benefit comes in the form of protection -- the eaten Furre comes back into the scene the very next turn!
(The very first skill, "Juuba can't be eaten," makes it so you can't have Juubas eating Juubas back and forth, over and over again. ❤)
Now, here's a very important thing to know: When a Furre returns to the scene, its stats are reset. That means if your 30-stamina Furre is brought down to 2 stamina left, then Juuba eats him, he'll return to the scene the next turn with 30 stamina! On top of that, any skill that says "When this Furre enters the scene..." will trigger again!
How about some examples?
Sev will return to the scene with 30 stamina and 5 energy counters!
A Hibernated Tunnelbider will return without any dream counters, ready to rock!
A Ring-Gagged Pen Jiri will return without that pesky Ring Gag blocking hir!
Syrrah will have a second chance to eat, which means more cards to draw!
And that's just a few of the fun things you can do with Juuba!
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|Magetorment on Jun 22nd, 2014 @ 02:42 PM|
That is correct.
Also Juuba is a hilarious card to pull shenanigans with. ETC abilities are the obvious choice, but you've got some other fun tricks to pull off.
Nezumi12 on Jun 22nd, 2014 @ 12:15 PM
@Magetorment: so if Juuba eats Syrrah, the furres in Syrrah's belly go to the couch. Then next turn, when Syrrah comes back into play, she eats a whole new set of furres.
Sounds like a great way to empty your harem (of spare Jinvon, perhaps). A good base for cards that play off of being on the couch or the number of furres there.
Taz on Jun 22nd, 2014 @ 01:31 AM
@Lafitte: As a rule of thumb, negatives take precedence when a contradiction arises in Furoticon. Behemoth eats all Furres, but can't eat Juuba, so therefore Juuba isn't eaten.
If you can somehow play Juuba and then Behemoth on the same turn, then by all means, slip in a third Furre outside Behemoth's purview! ;)
ezekiel_tyr on Jun 22nd, 2014 @ 12:58 AM
well protection is nice specialy if you dont want a card knocked out just yet
Zeneth_Starr on Jun 22nd, 2014 @ 12:19 AM
One thing I've always loved of this game is it doesn't shrink away from beauty in all its forms. Big can be just as beautiful as the slender run-way model...if not moreso...(I tend to have a leaning towards more curvy than stick figure-y anyway).
And this lovely Rhino is an excellent example of just what I'm talking about. Completely beautiful.
polkakitty on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 10:22 PM
Now this is an awesome card. A staggeringly sexy character, and a skill that opens up some amazing possibilities. Shi's like an upgraded version of Replacement Raptor, and it's actually quite convenient that shi's a Herm, since Herms seem to have the most "when this Furre enters the scene" skills. I guess the only problem with using hir is that if your opponent uses something like Conductive Thrust before you get your other Furre back, you can lose both Furres, but even that's no problem if you have Redirection....
@Nezumi12, Magetorment - Furres swallowing other Furres, and then themselves being swallowed by other Furres, huh. This is turning into one of those really weird vore scenes that, uh.... a friend of mine once told me were out there somewhere. =3
Lafitte on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 09:55 PM
Oh goodness, Juuba is gorgeous!
And... if Juuba is in play, and you play Behemoth, since she can't be eaten... is that a loophole around Behemoth keeping you from having any other furres on your side? And if there's a furre in her belly when Behemoth comes out, then that would give you two non-eaten furres the next turn along with the big B?
It's also cool to see a non-otherkin, non-wild glutton! Not to mention yet another glutton without the glutton keyword.
Magetorment on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 08:20 PM
If a Glutton with furres in its belly is eaten the furres in the eaten's belly go to the couch. If a Glutton with furres in its belly somehow eats more furres while still in play you simply add the new furres to the belly. No furre has a max for their belly.
Nezumi12 on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 07:58 PM
ok. quick question. The furres in a glutton's belly: what happens to them? do you just add more to their belly or does the original "meal" go to the couch to make room for the next meal?
Scrimno on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 07:43 PM
Oh wow. Juuba's got like a built-in Premature Evacuation. The wording makes hir good for team play too, if you happen to have one of your partner's furres like Professor Bounder.
For a free stat reset to any furre of my choice for only 5AP and 2H? I think it's worth putting a Juuba or two in my deck.
Taz on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 07:01 PM
Juuba, Juuba, Juuba. The "fun times" you alone have caused. (And then later on, you with certain combinations . . .) Hopefully, you should be good to go by now.
Gorgeous picture, though considering hir protective concept I was curious if we'd see hir in action . . . or maybe shi is in action right now? Hard to tell with these vore types.
Kaia_Cougar on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 06:44 PM
I once had a F.C. Pen Jiri equipped with a spreader bar, slave collar, and gift of knowledge on her for an amazing +20 stamina and +11 to all PE's.
I still lost, though. I was up against a greedy deck that already had the upper hand.
Anyway, Juuba's a pretty cool card, with uses that are only limited by one's imagination (and herm GP). Also, pretty cool from a body positivity standpoint that Furoticon is further exploring different body types.
BlueJay on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 05:57 PM
Gryx has some truly lovely artwork. Love to see their stuff.
Magetorment on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 05:26 PM
Oh Juuba, the stories you can tell. It's really nice to see hir finally reviled. Shi's one of the most fun gluttons to play. Looking forward to seeing what the players can do with hir.
sirdan87 on Jun 21st, 2014 @ 05:15 PM
Wow, now that card can be an equalizer.