Our Fire Has Lit, Lit, Lit~Here Comes the Dog takes place during man's first meeting with dogs where that event is how dogs became man's best friend until now. In the past, in an empty field, during night time, under the starry skies, after hunting Mammoths (let's just say the story goes that way) you and your friends are making a bonfire and about to cook the meat from your hunt together. Because of the tempting aroma, the wild dogs from around the location start to gather around, and thus the game starts :D
Beware of Dogs....What happens if the Coal runs out first?
OH NOOO! OUR FIRE DIED. IT'S DARK! THE MEAT IS NOT COOKED YET! THE DOGS ARE ATTACKING!Because the Coal ran out before the Meat is "cooked" thus we can not interact well with the wild dogs. They are hungry and could not differentiate between the Meat and us.... Let's just call this the Assault Phase. In this phase, the dogs will approach each players holding Meat at that time. If you hold one Meat then one dog will come, two Meat attract two dogs, and so on. What should we do? The dogs have to be fend off immediately. A dog may be fend off by giving it two Meat or by igniting a Torch (a combination of one Coal + one Fire). The dogs that are not fended off will bite one of our Villagers. Be careful guys, if three of our Villager tokens die, then all the tamed dogs will "run away" again.
Wauwauwauiuiui~ *howling~Oh right, another important thing to keep in mind, there comes a time in the middle of the Feeding Phase where the thrown dice could trigger the Incident Phase. This phase appears when each of the three rolled dice shows a different color and is not categorized as the second phase. The incident takes form as a sudden Feeding, a sudden Assault, or even an erupting cooking pot or fire (seriously, haha) and has to be finished in that instance without reducing the turn of the player who triggered it. This game ends after the fifth night ends, or after all the players died from being bitten by the dog except for one person (that rarely happens though).