Oh Cluck! Preview: Birds of a Feather

Birds of a Feather is the Basic Dodge card in the Standard Edition of Oh Cluck!

Day 5 of the Previews, and we’re on to a new card type, the Dodge cards. Today, we look at Birds of a feather.

No muss, no Fuss, Birds of a Feather simply stops an attack that was targeting your Rooster.

Dodge Cards are played in response to attacks, attempting to stop the attack from damaging your Rooster. They may have secondary effects. There are several cards, and Rooster abilities in the game that can interact with a Dodge.

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Oh Cluck! Preview: Honey Mustard

Honey Mustard is a saucy attack that leaves a Rooster a mess

Day 4 of the Previews, and we’re back with a 4 damage Attack! That’s the last time we rhyme… ok, ok, we’re done now.

Honey Mustard is a 4 damage attack, Tied for the largest Attack found in the Standard Edition of Oh Cluck! Honey Mustard can make quite the mess when you hit a Rooster with it.

Attack Cards are played against Roosters, and deal damage to them. When a Rooster has taken damage equal to, or greater than, their Feathers, they are defeated, and the player who finished them off gets to add their egg value to their Egg Basket.

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Oh Cluck! Preview: Feathers Flyin’

Feathers Flyin' is a 3 damage attack in the Debut Card Game From Foolish Media LLC: Oh Cluck!

Day 3 of the Previews, and you’re right, it is a 3 damage Attack! You’re so smart!

Feathers Flyin’ is a 3 damage attack, which is the threshold where a single attack has the chance to be lethal. Smaller Roosters beware, things are starting to get real.

Attack Cards are played against Roosters, and deal damage to them. When a Rooster has taken damage equal to, or greater than, their Feathers, they are defeated, and the player who finished them off gets to add their egg value to their Egg Basket.

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Oh Cluck! Preview: Fried

Fried is a 2 Damage attack in the Card Game Oh Cluck! from Foolish Media LLC.

Day 2 of the previews, and our second Attack, Fried.

Fried is another attack that is not lethal normally. But, Fried is definitely an attack that is going to make your opponent(s) think long and hard about using a Dodge.

Attack Cards are played against Roosters, and deal damage to them. When a Rooster has taken damage equal to, or greater than, their Feathers, they are defeated, and the player who finished them off gets to add their egg value to their Egg Basket.

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Oh Cluck! Preview: Chicken Scratch

Chicken Scratch, a 1 damage Attack in Oh Cluck! From Foolish Media LLC

Welcome to the Previews! 

Welcome to Day 1 of the Oh Cluck! previews. From now until Christmas, you can expect a preview a day, and as we get closer, we’ll get into the 12 days of Clucksmas, where we show you the Roosters.

Today, we have Chicken Scratch. This 1 point attack may not fell a Rooster in a single blow, but don’t immediately discount this attack purely based on the low number.

Attack Cards are played against Roosters, and deal damage to them. When a Rooster has taken damage equal to, or greater than, their Feathers, they are defeated, and the player who finished them off gets to add their egg value to their Egg Basket.

Happy Cyber Monday!

Seth, the Most technologically advanced Rooster known to man.

The Fools want to wish everyone a day of happy deal hunting as you embark upon your Cyber Monday endeavors! May the deals be plentiful, the shipping be free, and the product be in stock!

We’re working hard prepping for the Kickstarter campaign for Oh Cluck! and hope to share more news with you soon!

Meet the Rooster: Cal Feder

Cal Feder, a Bonus Rooster from Oh Cluck!

Name: Cal Feder
Fighting Style: Ringen

Cal was supposed to be dinner. His time was up, his number had been called. The farmer had come to take him to the Barn to get him ready for dinner, and that’s about the time that Monster Broke out of the barn.

Cal seized the opportunity to escape, but sadly, the near dinner experience, coupled with seeing Monster destroy a barn caused him to molt every single feather he had.

Mentioning to Cal that he’s featherless is apt to land you in a brawl anywhere, at anytime. Eggbert has been trying to find a way to stimulate feather growth, but so far, Cal is still bald.

The Art of Oh Cluck!, and a preview.

The art of Oh Cluck! was quite a hit at Con on the Cob, a true testament to the love and passion Ray has for bringing our games to life. If you’re curious how Ray has created our Roosters, stick around. If you don’t care, you’re going to miss out on a preview.

Step 1: Lets get the idea on paper
Everything starts with paper and pencil for Ray. First sketch of Seth, a Stretch Goal in the Kickstarter Campaign

After Ray is comfortable with the feel of a sketch, it’s on to;

Step 2: Get that sketch into Illustrator
Even if it’s just a photograph of the artwork and not a scan, it gets imported into Illustrator, where Ray defines the lines.

Seth, imported into Illustrator, and inked. His form has been finalized and defined

After Ray has the art to this point, the rest is Coloring, and applying card templating

Step 3: Make that Rooster Crow!
After applying a background and color to the rooster, they find their final home inside the template of a card. This includes adding the color cutout, name, text, as well as any feathers and eggs that the card may require.

Ray, putting the final touches on a card in Illustrator.

Meet Seth!
Some of you may be staring at Seth, and then looking through your Bootleg Editions of Oh Cluck! wondering where he is!

Well, Seth is not there. But fear not! You can own Seth soon! Seth is part of our upcoming Kickstarter Campaign as a stretch goal.

We are live on Board Game Geek!

Oh Cluck! Logo. The official logo for the Card Game developed and published by Foolish Media LLC

Foolish Media is proud to announce that Oh Cluck! is now alive and cluckin’ in the Board Game Geek Database!

Check us out, here.  We will be working to keep the game as up to date as possible through this process, and interacting with people on our forums over there.

If you are unfamiliar with Board Game Geek, it is the largest online DB of games, and gaming on the net. Their database offers you the ability to track games that you own, play, and even create a wishlist of what you want to own. There are ways to trade games, buy games, and so much more. I highly recommend signing up for an account if you don’t have one. The account is free, and there are a million things you can do with it.

If you own a copy of Oh Cluck!, and want to rate your enjoyment of the game BGG, you can do that here.

If you own a copy of Oh Cluck!, and want to leave a more detailed review of what you think of the game, you can do that here.

If you just want another place where you can talk about Oh Cluck! specifically, you can check out the forums for Oh Cluck! here, as well.