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Hey my fellow gamers!

I was the first person to receive my copy at Gencon! A very cool feeling indeed. Here is the complete card list. Enjoy!

The game also comes with victory point chips in values of 1 and 5 (made of metal like in seaside). There are kingdom cards that give you these chips. They simply add to your score add the end of the game. You are allowed to make change as much as you need to and the supply of them is unlimited.

It also comes with a new mat for the card Trade Route as well as 8 mats for the new VP chips. The mats all have different art on them from Dominion, but they function identically to each other. As soon as you get a VP Chip, you pick out a mat to put them on. The mats are square, with size slightly smaller than the length of a Dominion card.

The game ends if any three piles are empty (4 player game), if provinces are gone OR if colonies are gone.

Basic Cards
Colony: Victory - Cost 11
10 VP
(12 copies available)

Platinum: Treasure - Cost 9
5 Coins
(12 copies available)

Yes, you read that correctly. The next level treasure is worth 5 not 4.

Kingdom Cards:

Bank: Treasure - Cost 7
? Coins
When you play this, it is worth 1 Coin per Treasure you have in play (counting this)

Bishop: Action - Cost 4
+1 Coin
+1 VP Chip
Trash a card from your hand. +VP Chips equal to half its cost in coins, rounded down.
Each other player may trash a card from his hand.

City: Action - Cost 5
+1 Card
+2 Actions
If there are one or more empty Supply piles, +1 card. If there are two or more, +1 Coin and +1 Buy.

Contraband: Treasure - Cost 5
3 Coins
+1 Buy
When you play this, the player to your left names a card. You can't buy that card this turn.

Counting House: Action - Cost 5
Look through your discard pile, reveal any number of Copper cards from it, and put them into your hand.

Expand: Action - Cost 7
Trash a card from your hand. Gain a card costing up to 3 more than the trashed card.

Forge: Action - Cost 7
Trash any number of cards from your hand. Gain a card with cost exactly equal to the total cost of the trashed cards.

Goons: Action - Attack - Cost 6
+1 Buy
+2 Coins
Each other player discards down to three cards in hand.
While this is in play, when you buy a card, +1 VP Chip.

Grand Market: Action - Cost 6
+1 Card
+1 Action
+1 Buy
+2 Coins
You can't buy this card if you have any Copper in play.

Hoard: Treasure - Cost 6
2 Coins
While this is in play, when you buy a victory card, gain a Gold.

King's Court: Action - Cost 7
You may choose an Action card in your hand. Play it three times.

Loan: Treasure - Cost 3
1 Coin
When you play this, reveal cards from your deck until you reveal a Treasure. Discard it or trash it. Discard the other cards.

Mint: Action - Cost 5
You may reveal a Treasure card from your hand. Gain a copy of it.
When you buy this, trash all Treasures you have in play.

Monument: Action - Cost 4
+2 Coins
+1 VP Chip

Mountebank: Action - Attack - Cost 5
+2 Coins
Each other player may discard a Curse. If he doesn't, he gains a Curse and a Copper.

Peddler: Action - Cost 8*
+1 Card
+1 Action
+1 Coin
During your Buy phase, this costs 2 Coin less per Action card you have in play, but not less than 0.

Quarry: Treasure - Cost 4
1 Coin
While this is in play, Action cards cost 2 Coin less, but not less than 0.

Rabble: Action - Attack - Cost 5
+3 Cards
Each other player reveals the top 3 cards of his deck, discards the revealed Actions and Treasures, and puts the rest back on top in any order he chooses.

Royal Seal: Treasure - Cost 5
2 Coins
While this is in play, when you gain a card, you may put that card on top of your deck.

Talisman: Treasure - Cost 4
1 Coin
While this is in play, when you buy a card costing 4 Coin or less that is not a Victory card, gain a copy of it.

Trade Route: Action - Cost 3
+1 Buy
+1 Coin per token on the Trade Route mat.
Trash a card from your hand.
Setup: Put a token on each Victory card Supply pile. When a card is gained from that pile, move the token to the Trade Route mat.

Vault: Action - Cost 5
+2 Cards
Discard any number of cards. +1 Coin for each card discarded.
Each other player may discard 2 cards. If he does, he draws a card.

Venture: Treasure - Cost 5
1 Coin
When you play this, reveal cards from your deck until you reveal a Treasure. Discard the other cards. Play that Treasure.

Watchtower: Action - Reaction - Cost 3
Draw until you have 6 cards in hand.
(Reaction) When you gain a card, you may reveal this from your hand. If you do, either trash that card or put it on top of your deck.

Worker's Village: Action - Cost 4
+1 Card
+2 Actions
+1 Buy
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Cost 7 cards! Ahahahah!
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Thank you! Looks like a great set with fun new ways to get money and points!
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I'm sure it's less overwhelming when you only have some of them on the table at a time, but I'm getting the same "Oof, this is fiddly" feeling I got when Duration cards were first introduced, particularly with cards like the Bishop.

That said, there are some seriously neat-sounding cards in here, and I'm excited to give it a try. It just may be a bit of a "sometimes food," like Alchemy.
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Expand isn't a noun...
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Wow Wow Wow, all the card abilities sound fantastic!


Mountebank: Action - Attack - Cost 5
+2 Coins
Each other player may discard a Curse. If he doesn't, he gains a Curse and a Copper.

Thank you, have a curse please. While you're at it, please take a copper too. laugh


King's Court: Action - Cost 7
You may choose an Action card in your hand. Play it three times.

Super throne room? laugh


Watchtower: Action - Reaction - Cost 3
Draw until you have 6 cards in hand.
(Reaction) When you gain a card, you may reveal this from your hand. If you do, either trash that card or put it on top of your deck.

Thank you for the curse, I'll be throwing it away immediately. surprise


Love these cards, I'm pretty overwhelmed by them. Donald X works wonders with Dominion.
Btw, are the metal VP tokens as good as the ones in Seaside. How's the art for all the cards?


Thanks for all your hard work for typing the cards out. Cheers.
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dexter1984 wrote:

King's Court: Action - Cost 7
You may choose an Action card in your hand. Play it three times.

Super throne room? laugh


This could be make for some stupidly long turns. On the other hand, you can't get it until pretty late-game, so it probably won't be a big problem.
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With so many high coin costing cards, we might see a game where all the cards cost at least 6.
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Anyone disagree with me that this looks like the best expansion yet?
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dexter1984 wrote:
Watchtower: Action - Reaction - Cost 3
Draw until you have 6 cards in hand.
(Reaction) When you gain a card, you may reveal this from your hand. If you do, either trash that card or put it on top of your deck.

Thank you for the curse, I'll be throwing it away immediately. surprise

Don't forget that this can be revealed on your turn as well. So if you choose not to play Watchtower during your turn, you can reveal it to put any of your buys right on top of your deck. Finally a Reaction card that's useful without Attack cards!
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SevenSpirits wrote:
Anyone disagree with me that this looks like the best expansion yet?


I'll have to wait and see how it plays. Personally, part of the reason that I preferred Intrigue over Seaside was that it made for more interesting decisions without a large increase in game complexity. I'll have to see if the complexity increase (lots of if/then cards and the chips) evens out with the awesomeness on this one before I can declare "best ever" on it. It'll be great, don't get me wrong, but I feel like I'm getting a bit of Race for the Galaxy in my Dominion and I'm not sure those great tastes taste great together yet.
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delirimouse wrote:
Expand isn't a noun...

Neither is Remodel.

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Cost 7

hahahahaha
I guess all the fans who have proposed cost-7 cards have been vindicated.
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Finally a 'normal' expansion again
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banyan wrote:
Cost 7 cards! Ahahahah!


Yes. Now that the new cards are out - I can finally say it...

10 is the new 7.

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What do the rules say about "how to play Treasure cards"? This was a question that came up in another thread.
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spazard1 wrote:

Contraband: Treasure - Cost 5
3 Coins
+1 Buy
When you play this, the player to your left names a card. You can't buy that card this turn.


What is the rule about playing your money. Do you have to show all coins or can you put this card out, make the player to your left name the unbuyable card, then put the rest of your coins out?
 
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In the Buy phase, you now must play all your treasure cards (one at a time) before making any buys. Once you have started buying, you cannot play any more treasure cards.
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yudp wrote:
banyan wrote:
Cost 7 cards! Ahahahah!


Yes. Now that the new cards are out - I can finally say it...

10 is the new 7.

Dale

How so? According to this list, Colony costs 10.

VinceHerman wrote:
In the Buy phase, you now must play all your treasure cards (one at a time) before making any buys. Once you have started buying, you cannot play any more treasure cards.

What are the rules about when to put out Platinum and Colony? Also, is there a recommendation concerning many Prosperity cards to use at a time, as there was with Alchemy?
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michaeljb wrote:
delirimouse wrote:
Expand isn't a noun...

Neither is Remodel.


Remodel is actually a noun, albeit, like Upgrade, it is very rarely used as such. Expand is, as far as I can tell, the only Dominion card whose name is exclusively a verb.
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VinceHerman wrote:
In the Buy phase, you now must play all your treasure cards (one at a time) before making any buys. Once you have started buying, you cannot play any more treasure cards.


What about Black Market?
Does it give you a separate entire Buy Phase for this purpose? Or is the Black Market Buy delayed until your actual Buy Phase? Or something else?
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delirimouse wrote:
Remodel is actually a noun, albeit, like Upgrade, it is very rarely used as such. Expand is, as far as I can tell, the only Dominion card whose name is exclusively a verb.

I believe Transmute is exclusively a verb.
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Quote:
How so? According to this list, Colony costs 10.


From another thread (started by Vince Herman):

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Colony 10VP costs 11
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LastFootnote wrote:
delirimouse wrote:
Remodel is actually a noun, albeit, like Upgrade, it is very rarely used as such. Expand is, as far as I can tell, the only Dominion card whose name is exclusively a verb.

I believe Transmute is exclusively a verb.


Touché!
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Umm - you've got one important thing backwards here...

Colony (Victory)
Cost: 11
Gives 10 VP


spazard1 wrote:

Colony: Victory - Cost 10
11 VP
(12 copies available)

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yudp wrote:
Umm - you've got one important thing backwards here...

Colony (Victory)
Cost: 11
Gives 10 VP


spazard1 wrote:

Colony: Victory - Cost 10
11 VP
(12 copies available)


Ah, that's much more like it. I was concerned about the cost/Victory Points ratio there.
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