Date(s) - 04/10/15 - 04/11/15
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kitsune (pronounced kit-soo-nay) are Japanese fox-spirits, known for tricking unwary mortals. We’ve come to know them through traditional tales, wherein they do this for many reasons: purely for fun, to devour mortals, or steal their souls, and so on. In this a game of luck and tactics; those who gain all nine tails of the mythical spirit fox earn their place among the kitsune elders.
This card game is about kitsune who play tricks while scheming to punish mortal fools for their foolishness, sometimes teaching them a lesson in the process. By correcting mortal foolishness, the foxes earn their tails. Each player takes the role of a fox trying to earn his or her tails through impressive schemes. Some cards represent the foxes; others, the tricks they can play in their schemes, the fools to whom they must teach lessons, and the consequences that befall foxes who fail.
Come learn the game in a demo round, or play a full game with us!