Cluck! The FAQ!

Welcome to the official FAQ for Oh Cluck!
We will attempt to answer some of the more “odd” timing questions that can come up during a game, right here.

Party Fowl Cards (1)

Long Answer: Party Fowls are cards that break the rules. They do things that aren’t found anywhere Else.

In the Case of Noodle Soup, when your Rooster dies, You can immediately play Noodle Soup from your hand. He comes into play as your Active Rooster, meaning you don’t have to use a Rooster from your Coop, helping you stick around to be the last Rooster standing.

Party Fowl Cards (1)

Long Answer: Party Fowls are cards that break the rules. They do things that aren’t found anywhere Else.

In the Case of Noodle Soup, when your Rooster dies, You can immediately play Noodle Soup from your hand. He comes into play as your Active Rooster, meaning you don’t have to use a Rooster from your Coop, helping you stick around to be the last Rooster standing.

Party Fowl Cards (1)

Long Answer: Party Fowls are cards that break the rules. They do things that aren’t found anywhere Else.

In the Case of Noodle Soup, when your Rooster dies, You can immediately play Noodle Soup from your hand. He comes into play as your Active Rooster, meaning you don’t have to use a Rooster from your Coop, helping you stick around to be the last Rooster standing.

Party Fowl Cards (1)

Long Answer: Party Fowls are cards that break the rules. They do things that aren’t found anywhere Else.

In the Case of Noodle Soup, when your Rooster dies, You can immediately play Noodle Soup from your hand. He comes into play as your Active Rooster, meaning you don’t have to use a Rooster from your Coop, helping you stick around to be the last Rooster standing.

Party Fowl Cards (1)

Long Answer: Party Fowls are cards that break the rules. They do things that aren’t found anywhere Else.

In the Case of Noodle Soup, when your Rooster dies, You can immediately play Noodle Soup from your hand. He comes into play as your Active Rooster, meaning you don’t have to use a Rooster from your Coop, helping you stick around to be the last Rooster standing.

Party Fowl Cards (1)

Long Answer: Party Fowls are cards that break the rules. They do things that aren’t found anywhere Else.

In the Case of Noodle Soup, when your Rooster dies, You can immediately play Noodle Soup from your hand. He comes into play as your Active Rooster, meaning you don’t have to use a Rooster from your Coop, helping you stick around to be the last Rooster standing.

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