In the episode "Ghost Fly," Jake was willing to let BMO momentarily kill him so that he could save Finn from the Ghost Fly's possession. His reaction is that of slight longing, and perhaps contempt, igniting his decision to follow Lemongrab up the mountain, in order to distract himself from seeing his ex-girlfriend. ", when Finn is seemingly hurt by the fact that Ice King could so easily drop his lifeless body, Jake consoles Finn by saying that if he came across Finn's lifeless body, he would clasp Finn dramatically for a "kajillion" years. Finn was right about to harm Princess Bubblegum (who was in her elemental form) but Lumpy Space Princess stopped the attack and called PB "a person he loves." Martin did care for Martin 2 but had to abandon him to save his life, similar to the reason why Martin abandoned Finn. 26:10. Love Letter: The Hobbit - The Battle of the Five Armies - Price: $0 $0.99. This is also evidenced in "Who Would Win," in which Finn says he wants to have an award with Jake, instead of only himself. He attempted kill Finn in both "Seventeen" and "Gumbaldia," but was stopped by Gumbald and Lolly in each episode respectively. In this state Finn remembers the old times with Bonnibel back when he had romantic feelings for her in episodes such as "To Cut a Woman's Hair" and "Too Young". The Ice King competes with Finn for Princess Bubblegum, which is one of the sources of antagonism between them. Conversely, in the episode "Dentist," it is revealed from Tiffany that Jake had the skills and prowess to lead a successful life of crime as a 'Criminal Juggernaut', was it not for Finn's influence as Jake's younger brother and best friend, who tore Jake away from Tiffany and their life of crime. If a player plays a “Hero” (#5), either Finn or Jake, and makes another player (including themselves) discard the other “Hero” card, they win the round. The deck (including the discarded card) is shuffled, and play begins again. Each week I hope to bring you a new board game to try out, throw in a mini blurb about why you should play this game, and then highlight some expansions or challenges for you to try while you play. In the episode "Breezy," a to-be-queen bee, Breezy, is attracted to the flower where Finn's arm used to be. It was a long time ago. Finn describes her metaphorically as "the steam off a puppy's nose searching for ham in snow" and "a cute little flower." Flame Princess glows, touched that he "would defy nature" for her. Finn manages to finally meet her in the Island mini-series as he travels to the the humans islands to learn about his species where he finds out that his mother has become the seeming leader of the islands. After many failed attempts (Finn had been absent for some time as stated by Jake), they succeeded when they played their flutes together and the Spirit finally appears. Jermaine was jealous of his brothers, as he believed that they were their father's "favorites" leading them to a fight and setting their parents' house on fire. This is shown in the flashbacks in "Min and Marty." In "Hero Heart," after becoming a fire person under the elemental spell, Finn acts very hostile and violent, like all the fire people. After being rejected several times, in "Incendium," Finn becomes deeply depressed and cries over Bubblegum by a little shrine he constructed made up of two framed pictures of her, his lock of her hair, and a pool of his tears. In "Son of Rap Bear," Finn and Flame Princess casually hang out together throughout the episode. After crash landing on earth in "Astral Plane," which continued into "The Visitor," Martin came up on a tribe of Villagers. As Finn pleads with Fern to stop his onslaught, his mechanical arm misinterprets his plea as a vocal command for "fatality," and immediately shreds Fern into ribbons. On a turn, you draw one card, and discard one of the two, using the power of the discarded card to try to eliminate other players from the round. Erin is Finn's non-canon love interest whom he meets in "Food Chain." In the series finale "Come Along With Me," Minerva and the other humans of the islands come to Ooo and are greeted by Finn and Jake. So, Jake took Fern to the grassy mountains. Finn and Fern (or simply Finn) were then talking, with the two making amends. Martin did not want Finn to see him. Martin decided to sacrifice himself with hopes that Finn would live. Finn sleepwalked for two days to the village. This upset Jake a lot however he was quickly turned back into his smaller, two-eyed, yellow self again, and everything was okay. Fern returns in "Seventeen" as the mysterious Green Knight, crashing Finn's birthday party, and proceeding to challenging Finn to multiple games. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. His goal was for PB and Gumbald to make amends, and for he and Fern to make amends. Love Letter Adventure Time Boxed Card Game. Fern was angry because he believed that he cannot do anything right while Finn can, making him jealous. Munchkin Loot Letter November 2014. However, there are some occasions in which Finn and Jake fight each other. In the series finale "Come Along With Me," Finn begs Bubblegum to reconsider going to war, telling her "we've been friends for a long time." Adventure Time Love Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck for 2–4 players based on the original Love Letter game by Seiji Kanai, except re-themed with characters of the hit cartoon Adventure Time. BMO did recognize it, knowing it belonged to Finn, but failed remember his name calling him "Fred" and later "Phil. Taking several dangerous and tomboyish cues from Marceline in "Go With Me," Finn tries to set up a movie date with Princess Bubblegum ultimately, by Marceline's advice, trying to "wrestle" her and by leading wolves into her bedroom, and the Princess regretfully banishes Finn from the Candy Kingdom until he stops "acting like a psycho. Furthermore in the same episode, Tiffany said that killing Finn would devastate Jake, a show of their strong bond as brothers and best friends. Finn also states that Margaret raised him to be \"graceful\" in \"Jake Suit.\" Steam Workshop: Tabletop Simulator. Flame Princess blushes, then slaps Finn and warns him never to mess with her again, and flees the tree house. Finn had no memory of his mother given that Martin's previous relations caused them to flee from the human islands, separating the family when he was only a baby. You don't like me?!" When Finn first encounters Flame Princess, not recognizing her on account of her new elemental appearance, he became furious due to mistakenly assuming that Flame Princess was eaten. In "Too Young," she shows much affection towards Finn. Compare prices for the Love Letter Adventure Time board game across 12 board game online retailers like Amazon, Miniature Market and Cool Stuff Inc. In "Reign of Gunters," however, Finn takes the advice of a dating book called Mind Games and tries to act more mysterious, claiming he needs to keep all the ladies in a state of confusion; that way, he has "options in case Flame Princess doesn't work out", suggesting that he is not fully confident on his relationship with Flame Princess, and plans ahead in case they split up instead of being positive, further highlighting the credulity that he feels inside. Equipped with some very pretty and colorful win gems, Adventure Time Love Letter is not only fun to play, but pleasing to look at. In "The Duke," she shows that she could never hate Finn forever after he accidentally threw a bottle that made her green and ugly, implying that she has a deep friendship with him to not be able to break it. He then started getting frustrated with himself and made a giant mess. Whichever works best for you, don't be afraid to try it. Publisher Z-Man Games announced a new variation of Love Letter, Love Letter: Sender, for this year’s April Fool’s Day. This whole episode displays Finn's deep affection for Flame Princess, and his selfless desire to continue loving her despite the dangers to himself.