Barbastelle Bat
(left/right, 3x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each bat in your forest
scores 5 points if your forest contains at least 3 different of the
4 bat species: Barbastelle Bat, Bechstein’s Bat, Brown Long-Eared Bat,
and Greater Horseshoe Bat. If there are less than 3 bat species
in your forest, your bats score no points.
Bechstein's Bat
(left/right, 3x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each bat in your forest
scores 5 points if your forest contains at least 3 different of the
4 bat species: Barbastelle Bat, Bechstein’s Bat, Brown
Long-Eared Bat, and Greater Horseshoe Bat. If there are less than
3 bat species in your forest, your bats score no points.
Beech
(tree, 10x, cost: 1)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: Each Beech in your forest scores 5 points if your forest
contains at least 4 Beeches. If there are less than 4 Beeches in your
forest, your Beeches score no points. Violet Carpenter Bees at
Beeches increase the total of Beeches you have (see Violet Carpenter
Bee). The following table shows the possible point totals for Beeches.
# Beeches |
Points |
1 |
0 |
2 |
0 (10 points if you placed at least 2 Violet Carpenter Bees at your beech) |
3 |
0 (15 points if you placed at least one Violet Carpenter Bee at a Beech) |
4 |
20 |
5 |
25 |
6 |
30 |
7 |
35 |
8 |
40 |
9 |
45 |
10 |
50 |
Beach Marten
(left/right, 5x, cost: 1)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: The Beech Marten scores 5 points for each fully occupied
tree in your forest. If you have more than one Beech Marten, these
points are multiplied accordingly. Reminder: a tree is considered fully
occupied if there is at least one card on each of its four sides.
Birch
(tree, 10x, cost: 0)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: Each birch scores 1 point.
Blackberries
(bottom, 3x, cost: 0)
- Points: The Blackberries score 2 points for each plant card
in your forest, including the Blackberries. If you have more than
one Blackberries in your forest, these points are multiplied
accordingly.
Brown Bear
(left/right, 3x, cost: 3)
- Effect: Remove all cards from the clearing and place them under
your cave card, including the cards with which you paid for the
Brown Bear.
- Bonus: Draw a card from the deck and take another turn after
you complete this one, again choosing between drawing or playing
cards.
- Points: The Brown Bear scores no points, but each card under
your cave card scores 1 point.
Brown Long-Eared Bat
(left/right, 3x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each bat in your forest
scores 5 points if your forest contains at least 3 different of the
4 bat species: Barbastelle Bat, Bechstein’s Bat, Brown Long-Eared Bat,
and Greater Horseshoe Bat. If there are less than 3 bat species
in your forest, your bats score no points.
Bullfinch
(top, 4x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each insect card in your forest scores 2 points. If
you have more than one Bullfinch, these points are multiplied
accordingly.
Camberwell Beauty
(top, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Butterflies of different species form a set: you score
0, 3, 6, 12, or 20 points for having 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 different
butterflies in your forest. Each card can only be part of one set.
Chaffinch
(top, 4x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each Chaffinch in your forest atop a Beech scores 5
points. Chaffinches atop a different tree species score no points.
Chanterelle
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Permanent Effect: From your next turn on, whenever you play a
tree card, you may draw a card from the deck, after you pay for the
tree card, but before you carry out its effect and bonus. If you have
both Chanterelles, you may draw up to two cards when playing a tree
card.
- Points: The Chanterelle scores no points.
Common Toad
(bottom, 6x, cost: 0)
- Permanent Effect: If you play another Common Toad on a later turn,
you can place it in the same card slot as this one. At most two Common
Toads may share a card slot.
- Points: Each Common Toad in your forest that shares a card slot with
another Common Toad scores 5 points. A single Common Toad in a card
slot scores no points.
Douglas Fir
(tree, 7x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Take another turn after you complete this one, again
choosing between drawing and playing cards.
- Points: Each Douglas Fir scores 5 points.
Eurasian Jay
(top, 4x, cost: 1)
- Effect: Take another turn after you complete this one, again
choosing between drawing) and playing cards.
- Points: Each Eurasian Jay scroes 3 points.
European Badger
(left/right, 4x, cost: 1)
- Bonus: Place a pawed animal card from your hand into your forest
at no cost, without using the effect and bonus of that card.
- Points: Each European Badger scores 2 points.
European Fat Dormouse
(left/right, 4x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each European Fat Dormouse in your
forest that is at a tree with a bat (in the opposite
card slot) scores 15 points. European Fat
Dormice at trees without a bat score no points.
European Hare
(left/right, 11x, cost: 0)
- Permanent Effect: If you play another European Hare on a later
turn, you can place it in the same card slot as this one. Any number
of European Hares may share a card slot. (If you play a European Hare
via the "place creature" effect, you may place it at a spot already
containing one or more European Hares.)
- Points: Each European Hare in your forest scores a number of
points equal to the total number of European Hares in your forest.
The following table shows the possible point totals for European Hares.
# Hares |
Points |
1 |
1 |
2 |
4 |
3 |
9 |
4 |
16 |
5 |
25 |
6 |
36 |
7 |
49 |
8 |
64 |
9 |
81 |
10 |
100 |
11 |
121 |
Fallow Deer
(left/right, 4x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Draw 2 cards from the deck.
- Points: The Fallow Deer scores 3 points for each cloven-hoofed
animal card in your forest, including the Fallow Deer. If
you have more than one Fallow Deer in your forest, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Fireflies
(bottom, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: All your Fireflies form a set: you score 0, 10, 15, or
20 points for having 1, 2, 3, or 4 Fireflies in your forest.
Fire Salamander
(bottom, 3x, cost: 1)
- Bonus: Place a pawed animal card from your hand into your forest
at no cost, without using the effect and bonus of that card.
- Points: All your Fire Salamanders form a set: you score 5, 15, or
25 points for having 1, 2, or 3 Fire Salamanders in your forest,
respectively.
Fly Agaric
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Permanent Effect: From your next turn on, whenever you play a
pawed animal card, you may draw a card from
the deck, after you pay for the pawed animal
card but before you carry out its effect and bonus. If you have
both Fly Agarics, you may draw up to two cards when playing a pawed
animal card.
- Points: The Fly Agaric scores no points.
Gnat
(left/right, 3x, cost: 0)
- Effect: Place any number of bats from your hand into your forest
at no cost.
- Points: Each bat card in your forest scores 1 point. If you
have more than one Gnat, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Goshawk
(top, 4x, cost: 2)
- Points: The Goshawk scores 3 points for each bird
card in your forest, including the Goshawk. If you
have more than one Goshawk, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Greater Horseshoe Bat
(left/right, 3x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each bat in your forest scores 5 points if your forest
contains at least 3 different of the 4 bat species: Barbastelle Bat,
Bechstein’s Bat, Brown Long-Eared Bat, and Greater Horseshoe Bat.
If there are less than 3 bat species in your forest, your bats
score no points.
Great Spotted Woodpecker
(top, 4x, cost: 1)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: Each Great Spotted Woodpecker in your forest scores
10 points if your forest contains the most trees (or is tied for
most), including any tree saplings. Violet Carpenter Bees in your
forest increase the total of trees in it (see Violet Carpenter Bee).
If any other forest contains more trees than yours, your Great
Spotted Woodpeckers score no points.
Hedgehog
(bottom, 3x, cost: 1)
- Bonus: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: The Hedgehog scores 2 points for each butterfly
card in your forest. If you have more than one
Hedgehog, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Horse Chestnut
(tree, 11x, cost: 1)
- Points: All your Horse Chestnuts form a set: you score 1, 4,
9, 16, 25, or 36 points for having exactly 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6
Horse Chestnuts; if you have 7 or more Horse Chestnuts, you score
49 points. Violet Carpenter Bees at Horse Chestnuts increase the
total of Horse Chestnuts you have (see Violet Carpenter Bee).
Large Toroiseshell
(top, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Butterflies of different species form a set: you score 0,
3, 6, 12, or 20 points for having 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 different
butterflies in your forest. Each card can only be part of one set.
Linden Tree
(tree, 9x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each Linden Tree in your forest scores 1 point.
If your forest contains the most Linden Trees (or is tied for
most), your Linden Trees score 3 points each instead. Violet
Carpenter Bees at Linden Trees increase the number of Linden Trees
you have (see Violet Carpenter Bee).
Lynx
(left/right, 6x, cost: 1)
- Points: Each Lynx in your forest scores 10 points if your forest
contains at least 1 Roe Deer. If there is no Roe Deer in your forest,
your Lynxes score no points.
Mole
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Effect: After you play the Mole, you may play any number of
additional cards from your hand as follows:
- Decide which of your current cards in hand you want to play via
the effect of the Mole.
- Pay the combined printed cost of all cards that you want to
play and place them in your forest, according to the normal
rules. Keep track of which cards you pay with matching tree
symbols (for the bonus of those cards).
- Finally, carry out the effects and bonuses of the played cards,
in the order they entered play.
- New cards that you get from the effects and bonuses of the
played cards are irrelevant for the Mole: you may not play
them via the Mole nor may you use them to pay for the played cards.
- If you gain any additional turns from the effects and bonuses
of the played cards, keep track of how many you gain and take
them one after the other, after you complete this turn.
- Special case: Even if you play the second Mole via the first,
carry out the effects of the second Mole when it is its turn in the
order of played cards. Cards played via the second Mole will be
carried out before any cards played via the first Mole that are yet
to be carried out. When carrying out the second Mole, you can play
and use cards drawn from effects of the cards played via the first
Mole. After you finish carrying out the cards played via the
second Mole, carry on with the remaining cards played via the first
Mole.
- Points: The Moles scores no points.
Moss
(bottom, 3x, cost: 0)
- Points: Each Moss in your forest scores 10 points if your forest
contains at least 10 trees, including any tree saplings. Violet
Carpenter Bees in your forest increase the total of trees in it
(see Violet Carpenter Bee). If there are less than 10 trees in your
forest, your Mosses score no points.
Oak
(tree, 7x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Take another turn after you complete this one, again
choosing between drawing and playing cards.
- Points: Each Oak in your forest scores 10 points if your forest
contains all 8 tree species: Beech, Birch, Douglas Fir,
Horse Chestnut, Linden Tree, Oak, Silver Fir, and Sycamore. If you
are missing at least one tree species in your forest, your Oaks score
no points.
Parasol Mushroom
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Permanent Effect: From your next turn on, whenever you place a
card below a tree, you may draw a card from the deck, after you pay
for the played card but before you carry out its effect and bonus.
If you have both Parasol Mushrooms, you may draw up to two cards
when placing a card below a tree. (When you play the second Parasol
Mushroom, however, you only draw one card—for the first Parasol
Mushroom.)
- Points: The Parasol Mushroom scores no points.
Peacock Butterfly
(top, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Butterflies of different species form a set: you score 0,
3, 6, 12, or 20 points for having 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 different
butterflies in your forest. Each card can only be part of one set.
Penny Bun
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Permanent Effect: From your next turn on, whenever card from the
deck, after you pay for the played card but before you carry out
its effect and bonus. If you have both Penny Buns, you may draw up
to two cards when placing a card atop a tree.
- Points: The Penny Bun scores no points.
Pond Turtle
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: Each Pond Turtle in your forest scores 5 points.
Purple Emperor
(top, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Butterflies of different species form a set: you score 0,
3, 6, 12, or 20 points for having 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 different
butterflies in your forest. Each card can only be part of one set.
Raccoon (aka Trash Panda)
(left/right, 4x, cost: 1)
- Effect: After you pay for the Raccoon, place any number cave
card and draw the according number of cards from the deck. You may
opt not to place any cards under the cave.
- Points: The Raccoon scores no points, but each card under your
cave card scores 1 point.
Red Deer
(left/right, 5x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Place a deer card from your hand into your forest at no
cost, without using the effect and bonus of that card.
- Points: The Red Deer scores 1 point for each tree and plant card
in your forest. If you have more than one Red Deer, these points
are multiplied accordingly. (Note that tree saplings also show the
symbol, thus increasing the value of the Red Deer.)
Red Fox
(left/right, 5x, cost: 2)
- Effect: Draw a number of cards from the deck equal to the current
number of European Hares in your forest. (Observe the hand size limit
of 10 cards.)
- Points: The Red Fox scores 2 points for each European Hare in
your forest. If you have more than one Red Fox, these points are
multiplied accordingly. (There are 11 European Hares in the game.)
Red Squirrel
(top, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Each Red Squirrel in your forest atop an Oak scores 5
points. Red Squirrels atop a different tree species score no points.
Roe Deer
(left/right, 5x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: The Roe Deer scores 3 points for each card in your forest
showing the same tree symbol as the Roe Deer, itself included. Note
that each Roe Deer shows a different tree symbol.
Silver Fir
(tree, 6x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Place a pawed animal card from your hand into your forest
at no cost, without using the effect and bonus of that card.
- Points: The Silver Fir scores 2 points for each card in its card
slots. Normally, a Silver Fir scores a maximum of 8 points unless
there are multiple Common Toads and/or European Hares sharing one of
its card slots—these additional cards also increase the value by
2 points each.
Silver-Washed Fritillary
(top, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Butterflies of different species form a set: you score 0,
3, 6, 12, or 20 points for having 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 different
butterflies in your forest. Each card can only be part of one set.
Squeaker
(left/right, 4x, cost: 0)
- Points: Each Squeaker scores 1 point.
Stag Beetle
(bottom, 2x, cost: 2)
- Bonus: Place a bird card from your hand into your forest at no
cost, without using the effect and bonus of that card.
- Points: The Stag Beetle scores 1 point for each pawed animal
card in your forest. If you have more than one
Stag Beetle, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Sycamore
(tree, 6x, cost: 2)
- Points: The Sycamore scores 1 point for each tree card in your
forest, including the Sycamore and any tree saplings. If you have
more than one Sycamore in your forest, these points are multiplied
accordingly.
Tawny Owl
(top, 4x, cost: 2)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Bonus: Draw two cards from the deck (in addition to the card from
the effect of the Tawny Owl).
- Points: Each Tawny Owl scores 5 points.
Tree Ferns
(bottom, 3x, cost: 1)
- Effect: Draw a card from the deck.
- Points: The Tree Ferns scores 6 points for each amphibian
card in your forest. If you have more than one
Tree Ferns in your forest, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Tree Frog
(bottom, 3x, cost: 0)
- Points: The Tree Frog scores 5 points for each Gnat in your
forest. If you have more than one Tree Frog, these points are
multiplied accordingly. (There are 3 Gnats in the game.)
Violet Carpenter Bee
(left/right, 4x, cost: 1)
- Effect: Whenever the number of trees of a certain species is
required, each Violet Carpenter Bee at a tree of that species
increases that number by 1. There are only five cards for which
the Violet Carpenter Bee is relevant at all:
- Beech: Beeches do not score points unless you have at least
4 of them. For instance, 3 Beeches and a Violet Carpenter Bee
at one of them count as 4 Beeches. Consequently, the 3 Beeches
score 5 points each, for a total of 15 points (see Beech). You
do not score 5 points for the Violet Carpenter Bee, because it
is no Beech.
- Horse Chestnut: Horse Chestnuts form a set whose value depends
on the total number of Horse Chestnuts in your forest; a Violet
Carpenter Bee at a Horse Chestnut increases that value. For
instance, 2 Horse Chestnuts and a Violet Carpenter Bee at each of
them score 16 points (because you count 4 Horse Chestnuts);
without the Violet Carpenter Bees, the set would score only 4
points (see Horse Chestnut).
- Linden Trees: Linden Trees score 3 points each (instead of 1
point each) if you have the most; Violet Carpenter Bees can
help you with that.
- Great Spotted Woodpecker and Moss: The values of these
cards depend on the total number of trees in your forest; your
Violet Carpenter Bees increase that number.
- In all other cases, consider this counter example: You have 3 Oaks
and a Violet Carpenter Bee at one of them, and all eight tree
species. When it comes to how many Oaks you have, you would
count 4 Oaks; regardless, you score only 3×10=30 points for
them (see Oak), because the Violet Carpenter Bee is no Oak.
- Points: The Violet Carpenter Bee scores no points.
Wild Boar
(left/right, 5x, cost: 2)
- Points: Each Wild Boar in your forest scores 10 points if your
forest contains at least 1 Squeaker. If there is no Squeaker in your
forest, your Wild Boar score no points.
Wild Strawberries
(bottom, 3x, cost: 0)
- Points: Each Wild Strawberries in your forest scores 10 points if
your forest contains all 8 tree species: Beech, Birch, Douglas Fir,
Horse Chestnut, Linden Tree, Oak, Silver Fir, and Sycamore. If you
are missing at least one tree species in your forest, your Wild
Strawberries score no points.
Wolf
(left/right, 4x, cost: 3)
- Effect: Draw a number of cards from the deck equal to the
current number of deer cards in your forest. (Observe the hand size
limit of 10 cards.)
- Bonus: Take another turn after you complete this one, again
choosing between drawing and playing cards.
- Points: The Wolf scores 5 points for each deer card in your forest.
If you have more than 1 Wolf, these points are multiplied accordingly.
Wood Ant
(bottom, 3x, cost: 1)
- Points: The Wood Ant scores 2 points for each card in the bottom
card slot of a tree, including the Wood Ant. If you have more than
one Wood Ant, these points are multiplied accordingly.