Posts Tagged ‘Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot’


Mixmaster: Combining Conquest with Quest

If you are a fan of both Killer Bunnies® Quest and Killer Bunnies® Conquest, then this is your lucky day! These games are completely compatible. You can mix Killer Bunnies® Quest and Killer Bunnies® Conquest and play them together, regardless of how many Booster Decks are in your game collection.

 
Pink Box With A Circle

Very soon both Killer Bunnies Odyssey and our new game Killer Bunnies Conquest will introduce a new condition icon, the Pink Rectangular Box with a Pink Circle.  As you may recall, when a Pink Rectangular Box appears on the left border of a card, it means that the player must have a bunny in The Bunny Circle to play the card.  This new icon will appear only on Special cards.  If a player wishes to save (and keep) these Special cards then he must have (and maintain) a bunny in The Bunny Circle. If at any time, the player does not have a bunny in The Bunny Circle, then any Special card with this new icon is immediately discarded.

 
Mixmaster: Combining KinderBunnies with Quest

KinderBunnies is not only a stand-alone kids game, it is also a booster deck to your Killer Bunnies game!

How To Mix Your KinderBunnies with Your Killer Bunnies games:

  • Mix the 10 small Carrot Cards into the pile of 20 small Carrot Cards.
  • Mix all large cards together.

Here’s a few things to remember:

  • The color of Kinder Bunnies can match the color of Killer Bunnies to form Bunny Triplets.
  • If you get three of the same type of Kinder Bunny in The Bunny Circle, then you have a Bunny Triplet.
  • Take A Carrot cards are the same as Choose A Carrot cards.
  • Feed The Bunny Cards are either 1 Cabbage or 1 Water unit (depending on the item on the tray).
  • Safety Hazards are not weapons. Defense cards cannot be used against Safety Hazards.
 
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