Furoticon

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Furoticon is an adult furry card game. It was released during Anthrocon 2009.[1] In Furoticon, a player takes on the role of an owner of a harem and plays against other owners, with the goal of using their harems to bring all opponents to orgasm (in the context of the game, of course).

By 2012, Furoticon has "over 200 artists and more than 500 cards."[2]

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[edit] Gameplay

Players take turns and use two resources, Action Points and Gender Points, to draw cards, play cards, and enter bed. Cards give a player more resources, more harem members, and special moves that can alter gameplay. When a player uses his or her harem to enter bed, s/he attempts to give pleasure to an opponent or the opponent's harem. Pleasure reduces a player's stamina, and when a player has no stamina remaining, that player orgasms and is out of the game. The last player or team remaining wins the game.

Most cards are separated into four "genders," and require Gender Points to be played. The four genders in Furoticon are male, female, hermaphrodite and otherkind. Cards with no gender are called "Haven" cards, and they increase a player's available resources per turn.

[edit] Card Sets

New card sets are released yearly at Anthrocon. Cards are available for purchase at Furoticon.com [1] and at many furry conventions.

[edit] First Vanilla

The premiere set "Vanilla" was released on July 2, 2009. It contains 179 game cards and features 58 artists. There is no central theme or story to First Vanilla.

Design and development was done by Seppel.

First Vanilla card products:

  • Male Starter Deck - "Boys will be Boys"
  • Female Starter Deck - "Girl Power"
  • Herm Starter Deck - "Herm Haven"
  • Otherkin Starter Deck - "The Otherkin"
  • Vanilla Booster Pack

All Furoticon Starter Decks contain 40 game cards, 1 owner card, and a variable amount of rule cards, token cards, and promo cards. Dice are optionally available.

All Furoticon Booster Packs contain 10 game cards of assorted rarities, and a variable amount of rule cards, token cards, and promo cards.

[edit] Triskelion

The expansion set "Triskelion" was released on June 25, 2010. It contains 130 game cards and features 64 artists. It is a BDSM-themed set in a medieval world, and it follows the story of three classmates, a female red squirrel] named Sukouri, a male bunny named Bryn, and a male tabby cat named Leavan, as they train for acceptance into guilds of tantric sex. A domme lizard, Lyscilla, visits from a neighboring city, changing everyone's lives.

The development team was Seppel, Callista Skip, Basque, Marik, and Tegome Aburana. The creative team was Callista and Seppel.

Triskelion card products:

  • Male / Herm Starter Deck - "Sadists of Lithrinn"
  • Female / Otherkin Starter Deck - "Masochists of Di'Ahla"
  • Triskelion Booster Pack

The novel "Triskelion's Reign," by Callista Skip, is based off the card sets Triskelion and Di'Ahla's Awakening. It is available in paperback or PDF format.

[edit] 2nd Vanilla

The expansion set "2nd Vanilla" was released on June 24, 2011. It contains 132 game cards and features 86 artists. It is a college-themed set in a modern world, and it follows the stories of two roommates, a male mouse named Boy Toy, and a female bunny named Lily Tyla, as they try to survive college.

The development team was Seppel, Basque, Marik, and Tegome Aburana. The creative team was Seppel.

2nd Vanilla card products:

  • 2nd Vanilla Booster Pack

[edit] Tribes of Tanglebrook

The expansion set "Tribes of Tanglebrook" was released on June 15, 2012. It contains 147 game cards and features 67 artists. It is a tribal-themed set in the same world as the Triskelion set, but in a different part of the world. It follows the stories of six tribes (the Lutani otters, the Alphus wolves, the Drachin dragons, the Haidar lions, the Skaema shapeshifters, and the Murodian rats) and their efforts to maintain balance or cause chaos in the jungle peninsula called Tanglebrook.

The development team was Seppel, Basque, Marik, Taz, and Tegome Aburana. The creative team was Callista and Seppel.

Tribes of Tanglebrook card products:

  • Male / Female Starter Deck - "Otters of Tanglebrook"
  • Male / Otherkin Starter Deck - "Wolves of Tanglebrook"
  • Female / Herm / Otherkin Starter Deck - "Dragons of Tanglebrook"
  • Tanglebrook Booster Pack
  • Tanglebrook Home Haven Pack (contains 24 Home Haven cards)

[edit] 3rd Vanilla: Strawberry

The expansion set "3rd Vanilla: Strawberry" was released on July 5, 2013. It contains 160 game cards and features 65 artists. It is the 2nd college-themed set in a modern world, and it continues the stories of Boy Toy and Lily Tyla, expands Marlii's storyline, and introduces a new freshman, a mouse named Strawberry.

The development team was Seppel, Marik, Taz, and Tegome Aburana. The creative team was Seppel and Callista.

3rd Vanilla: Strawberry card products:

  • 4-player Deckbox - "Welcome Freshmen"
  • 4-player Deckbox - "Graduates and Gangbangs"
  • 3rd Vanilla Booster Pack

[edit] Di'Ahla's Awakening

The expansion set "3rd Vanilla: Strawberry" was released on December 16, 2013. It contains 87 game cards and features 68 artists. It is the 2nd BDSM-themed set in a medieval world, and it continues the stories of Sukouri, Brin, Leavan, and Lyscilla.

The development team was Seppel, MageTorment, Marik, Taz, and Tegome Aburana. The creative team was Callista, Sigil, and Seppel.

Di'Ahla's Awakening card products:

  • Male 2-player Deckbox - "Bound and Determined"
  • Female 2-player Deckbox - "Pain and Pleasure"
  • Di'Ahla's Awakening Booster Pack

The novel "Triskelion's Reign," by Callista Skip, is based off the card sets Triskelion and Di'Ahla's Awakening. It is available in paperback or PDF format.

[edit] Fortune at Vell's End

The expansion set "Fortune at Vell's End" is to be released on July 4, 2014. It contains 178 game cards and an artist count has not been announced. It is a multi-themed set (love, relationships, adventuring, supernatural powers, and soft vore) in a fantasy world, and it features unannounced characters.

The development team was Seppel, Magetorment, Marik, Taz, and Tegome Aburana. The creative team was Callista, Seppel, Sigil, and Nikomaru.

Fortune at Vell's End card products have not been announced.

[edit] Artists

Recent artists (2013 - Present):

[edit] References

  1. What is Furoticon? By Seppel. Retrieved 2009 December 14.
  2. http://furoticon.com/ Retrieved June 29, 2012.

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