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Cost Coin4.png
Type(s) Action
Kingdom card? Yes
Set IntrigueIntrigue icon.png
Illustrator(s) Matthias Catrein
Card text
If you’ve played 3 or more Actions this turn (counting this), +1 Card and +1 Action.

Conspirator is an Action card from Intrigue. It is a terminal Silver if you play it as your first or second action, but it becomes a cantrip if you've already played two or more action cards first. Conspirator decks tend to be stuck at Coin3.png-Coin5.png for a long time, and vaulting to Coin10.png-Coin20.png once the Conspirators become "activated"; for this reason, Conspirator is greatly enhanced by +Buy.


[edit] FAQ

[edit] Official FAQ

  • This counts Actions played this turn, rather than Action cards in play.
  • For example if you start a turn with Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg on a Conspirator, you get +Coin2.png for the first play of Conspirator, but +Coin2.png +1 Card +1 Action for the second play of Conspirator. You only have two Action cards in play, but the second play of Conspirator is your third Action played this turn.

[edit] Other Rules clarifications

  • Conspirator does count one-shots and other Actions that have been played but left the play area, but does not count Durations that are still in play left over from the previous turn, or Reserves called into play that were not played this turn.

[edit] Strategy Article

Original article by rinkworks, edited by theory.

An homage to possibly my favorite card. This guide is targeted to players who are familiar with the game but might not be familiar with how best to use the Conspirator card, the power of which is not necessarily immediately obvious.

[edit] Building and Executing a Conspirator Engine

The simplicity of the Conspirator card belies its power. Basically you get +Coin2.png, and if you play it as your third or later action in a turn, you get +1 Card and +1 Action. Simple and seemingly meager, right? Played as one of the first two actions, it’s a Silver that eats up an action. But that tiny little bonus you get when you play it as the third or later action means you can chain them together. A whole sequence of Conspirators can add up to a whole lot of money, with which you can buy Victory cards. Few Dominion cards are more aptly named: a single Conspirator doesn’t do much on its own, but a bunch of them can become a dominating power.

The main concern with a Conspirator Engine is kicking it off. For this article, I will introduce a couple of terms: When I say “Starter,” I’m referring to that first action you will play to activate your Conspirators. For lack of a better term, I’ll call the second action the “Substarter.” Once you’ve played a Starter and a Substarter, your Conspirators are free to run rampant.

One of the fun things about the Conspirator Engine is how abruptly it activates: you’ll be slogging through terminal Conspirators and scraping to get Coin4.png per turn and then, suddenly, you’ll rip through your whole deck in a single turn!

[edit] Part 1: When the Conspirator Engine Will Work

Although the Conspirator engine is fun and powerful, it can’t thrive in all environments. Before jumping on a Conspirator engine the next time the Conspirator card shows up in a kingdom, take a few moments to make sure the conditions are right. The following, I would argue, constitute the ideal conditions for a Conspirator Engine. This is not to say a Conspirator Engine can’t work under any other circumstances, but if you know what the best conditions are, you’ll know what obstacles you’ll have to overcome in other situations.

The other thing to keep in mind is that these conditions only apply to the Conspirator Engine. If the conditions are all wrong, that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to make great use of one or more Conspirators as a supplement to another kind of engine. The occasional Conspirator can make a nice addition to a LaboratoryLaboratory.jpg engine, for instance, or a VillageVillage.jpg/SmithySmithy.jpg engine. But to make a Conspirator Engine, you ideally want all of the following to be the case:

  • Conspirator. You kind of need Conspirator in the kingdom to build a Conspirator Engine. Black Market and Band of Misfits will only get you so far.
  • Strong trashing or sifting. Because each Conspirator only lets you draw at most one card, you need to trim your deck as severely as you can. You ideally want to see ChapelChapel.jpg in there. Single-card trashers aren’t going to be fast enough. Avoid ForgeForge.jpg, too: it may be a fast trasher, but you’ll burn too much time building up enough money to afford it, at which point you’ll then have extra money to have to get rid of, too. Shy away from Trading PostTrading Post.jpg, too: its trashing power is good, but you don’t want those SilversSilver.jpg.
  • If you don’t have strong trashing, then you can substitute non-terminal sifting; that is, something that allows you to filter through the junk in your hand. These cards include CellarCellar.jpg, WarehouseWarehouse.jpg, and Hunting PartyHunting Party.jpg.
  • Absence of cursers. Cursing attacks will stop Conspirator chains dead. That goes for AmbassadorAmbassador.jpg, too.
  • A good Starter card. The best Starter cards are villages — cards that give you +2 Actions and +1 Card. In the absence of villages, other +2 Action cards will also work. If there are no +2 Actions cards, you might still be able to make the engine work with simple non-terminals, but you’ll have a tougher time of it. It also helps (though, again, is not necessary) if the Starter card costs less than 4, as that gives you something to buy on turns when you don’t have 4 to spend on a Conspirator. More on Starter cards later.
  • A special case: Throne Room is an amazing Starter, because it doubles as both a Starter and Substarter. Throne Room a Conspirator, and that second time you play Conspirator, it gets the +1 Card / +1 Action and you are off and running. SchemeScheme.jpg is even better, by essentially guaranteeing that you can get your chain started every turn.
  • Preferably, an absence of hand-size reduction attacks. This is a less critical than many of the other conditions here, but I’m mentioning it anyway, as I will discuss the impact of hand size on the engine later. But if the presence of, say, MilitiaMilitia.jpg, is the only less-than-ideal circumstance, your Conspirator Engine is probably okay.
  • Preferably, some source of +Buy. When your Conspirator Engine kicks in, it may very well bring in more money than you can spend on a single buy. So you want a source of +Buy if you can manage it, though this is not a strict requirement. More on this later.
  • Optionally, some source of virtual +Buy. By this I mean TalismanTalisman.jpg, WorkshopWorkshop.jpg, ArmoryArmory.jpg and IronworksIronworks.jpg. These cards can all help you obtain Conspirators and many of the best Starter cards faster in the early game. They aren’t necessary, but one, maybe two of these bought early can help you rev up your engine faster. Once your engine is rolling, though, you’ll want to trash these.

If, after surveying a kingdom, you determine a Conspirator Engine is a good fit, it’s time to build one.

[edit] Part 2: Building a Conspirator Engine

One of your first two buys should be the strongest trasher on the board. If you’re going to use Talisman, Workshop, or Ironworks at all, make that your other buy. An early Silver will help you build your engine, but be very careful about buying money: money only clogs up a Conspirator Engine. Whatever money you buy early might have to be trashed later.

For the whole of the early game, be singleminded about obtaining Conspirators at every possible opportunity. I wouldn’t worry about the Starter cards at first, even if you get to the point where every hand you draw comes up with clashing Conspirators. The low cost of Conspirator and most of the Starter cards mean that it doesn’t matter so much if you’re not producing very much money per turn early on.

Of course if there’s a plain old vanilla Village on the table, and you fail to produce the Coin4.png necessary for a Conspirator, that’s the perfect time to buy that Village Starter instead. Starter cards that draw at least +1 Card cannot gum up a Conspirator Engine, so buy as many of these as you like. But if, for example, your Starter card costs Coin4.png or more, you should probably just stick to buying Conspirators until the pile is gone or you have the majority of them by a good margin.

Once the Conspirators are taken care of, you should, if you have not been able to do so already, get some Starter cards and preferably also some +Buy cards. Ideally, these are the same thing: Worker's VillageWorker's Village.jpg makes an outstanding Starter card, because of its +Buy.

Barring that, follow the general rule that cantrips (actions with at least +1 Card and +1 Action) will not harm your Conspirator Engine. So MarketMarket.jpg and Grand MarketGrand Market.jpg are both outstanding supplements to a Conspirator Engine. WoodcutterWoodcutter.jpg, on the other hand, is not a great source of +Buy.

Continue to trash away your EstatesEstate.jpg and treasure cards. Ideally, you won’t have any treasure at all, though you’ll be able to work around a single Silver or Gold, maybe two. Once the Conspirators are gone, you’ll also want to trash away your Talisman, Workshop, Armory, or Ironworks, if you bought any of those.

[edit] Part 3: More About the Starter Card

As stated earlier, the best Starter card gives at least +1 Card and +2 Actions. Why +1 Card? Because they won’t stop you dead if a Conspirator chain you’ve already activated draws into them. Why +2 Actions? Because they don’t need any help to kick off a Conspirator chain. But wait! Don’t you also need a Substarter?

Yes, but if your Starter gives +2 Actions, your Substarter can be anything — a terminal action, for example, not that you want to clog up your deck with terminals. Frequently it will be a non-activated Conspirator. Consider a hand with a Native Village and four Conspirators. You play the Native Village first, play a non-activated Conspirator second, and then the remaining three Conspirators will all draw for you.

Although the ideal Starter card also draws, FestivalFestival.jpg makes a decent Starter card despite not drawing. Why? Two reasons: It provides +Buy, fulfilling that optional accessory of the engine, and it also provides +Coin2.png all by itself, meaning that you can earn the same amount of cash with one fewer Conspirator that you’d normally require. Even so, you want to be careful. Inasmuch as Festival helps kick off Conspirator chains, its lack of +Cards can stop them, too.

If you’re attempting a Conspirator Engine without any +2 Actions cards, there should at least be plenty of ordinary +1 Action cards to help you get going. The difference with +1 Action Starter cards is that the Substarter must also be a +1 Action card. That means you need two such cards to kick off a Conspirator chain, and that’s much more difficult to manage. Because of this, the more they draw, the better: Laboratories are among the best of this type of Starter, because they offer +2 Cards. Markets and Grand Markets only offer +1 Card, but they provide a source of +Buy in the bargain. TreasuryTreasury.jpg is nice because once you’ve got a couple, you can keep them coming back to your hand turn after turn as you’re revving up. But the 5-Coin.png price point of all four of these cards makes them difficult to get early enough in the process. Ideally you’d like to have cheaper Starter cards available, so you can make good use of early turns that don’t generate enough Coin.png to buy a Conspirator. Something as simple and lowly as Pearl Diver will suffice: anything that offers +1 Card and +1 Action will help activate your Conspirators without gumming up the engine once it’s rolling.

[edit] Part 4: Supplementing Your Engine

If, by the time you’ve drained the Conspirators and loaded up on enough Starters that you can reliably activate a Conspirator chain with any hand you’re likely to draw, it may well be time to buy up green cards. But if you have any time left to spare, you can make your engine more resilient to the influx of green if you spare some turns to buy good supplemental cards.

Good supplemental cards are anything that offers at least +1 Card, +1 Action, and something else worth having, such as money (TreasuryTreasury.jpg, PeddlerPeddler.jpg, BazaarBazaar.jpg) or a buy (Worker's VillageWorker's Village.jpg), or both (MarketMarket.jpg, Grand MarketGrand Market.jpg), or an extra card (LaboratoryLaboratory.jpg), or an attack (SpySpy.jpg). If you’ve already got the extra buys, Peddlers are prime targets here, because when your engine kicks in, Peddlers will cost Coin0.png on virtually every hand you play thereafter, so you can suck them up with whatever extra Buys you happen to have.

In the absence of hand-size reduction attacks, CellarCellar.jpg and WarehouseWarehouse.jpg are also good supplements in moderation. The reason is that although they take up a slot in your hand, the potential is that they’ll free up other slots by replacing those incoming Provinces with more Conspirators. Certainly you can overdo these, but a small number can loosen your engine up and keeping it rolling.

[edit] Part 5: The Importance of Drawing

Since each Conspirator (and most Starter cards, too, like Village) only draws one card, a Conspirator Engine can’t skip over green cards and other non-drawing cards the way, say, a Laboratory engine can. Any non-drawing cards — including treasure cards, terminal sources of +Buy, your trasher, and non-drawing Starters like Festival and Native Village — can potentially end a Conspirator chain.

Let’s take a more specific look at how “tolerant” your Conspirator Engine will be of these cards.

Suppose you have a Conspirator (C) Engine with Village (V) cards as your Starters. Suppose you’ve trashed everything else with Chapel (Ch), but you’ve just started to accumulate Provinces (P). Let’s say your hand and your deck look like this:

Hand: V C C P P Deck: C P V C C Ch C P C

You play the Village first. That gives you +1 Card, which is a Conspirator. Now you have three Conspirators. You play one as the Substarter. Then you play the next one, which draws a Province. Now you have one left, which draws a Village. Playing the Village draws another Conspirator. Playing that Conspirator draws another Conspirator. Playing that Conspirator draws a Chapel, and you’re done with your action phase.

For your buy phase, you now have Coin10.png to spend.

But now let us suppose those Villages were Native Villages instead, but everything else were the same:

Hand: NV C C P P Deck: C P NV C C Ch C P

For simplicity, let’s say you always use the Native Villages to put the mat cards (of which there are none) into your hand. You play the Native Village first. Then you play a Conspirator as the Substarter. Then you play the last Conspirator in your hand, which draws another. That Conspirator pulls in a Province, and you’re done.

For your buy phase, you now have Coin6.png to spend.

The lesson, again, is that not only doesn’t a non-drawing Starter help you pull more Conspirators into your hand, they grind the engine to a halt when they’re drawn by already activated Conspirators, too. You can still make the engine work, but it’s not going to be as smooth.

The math is quite simple: For every +1 Card action in your initial hand, you can skip one non-drawing card in your deck. This is why in the best Conspirator Engine all of the engine cards are drawing cards, leaving only the green cards (and the odd lingering trasher) to gum it up.

This is also why I said earlier that hand-size decreasing attacks can have a detrimental effect on your engine. Not always — in the example above, getting attacked by Militia just means you discard those two Provinces. But Militia is still a threat in general, because the fewer +1 Card actions you start with in your hand, the fewer non-drawing cards in your deck you can skip over.

[edit] What do you do when you don’t have an obvious Conspirator engine on the board?

The beauty of Conspirator is that it supplements just about every engine. By definition, an “engine” is a deck designed to play a lot of Actions, and so nearly all engines will find room for Conspirator as a sort of lite-Grand-Market. But here, you don’t want that many Conspirators: unlike Grand Markets, drawing a whole bunch of them in hand will often lead to a dead turn, as opposed to priming your engine. Conspirator supplements those engines, as an injection of self-replacing buying power for your deck.

[edit] Conclusions

Because of the unique considerations and constraints of the Conspirator card, it can be one of the most fun to play. While other types of engines can be constructed from interchangeable parts (e.g., a Village/Rabble engine is not greatly different from a Bazaar/Smithy engine, which in turn functions roughly like a Walled Village/Council Room engine), the Conspirator Engine requires coordinating a unique set of components to get working. Doing that can be a whole lot of fun — enjoy making it work for you!

[edit] Synergies/Combos

[edit] Antisynergies

[edit] Versions

[edit] English versions

Print Digital Text Release Date
Conspirator Conspirator from Goko/Making Fun +Coin2.png. If you’ve played 3 or more Actions this turn (counting this): +1 Card, +1 Action. Intrigue 1st Edition July 2009
Conspirator Conspirator from Shuffle iT +Coin2.png. If you’ve played 3 or more Actions this turn (counting this), +1 Card and +1 Action. Intrigue 2nd Edition October 2016

[edit] Other language versions

Language Name Print Digital Text
Chinese 共謀者 (pron. gòngmóuzhě)
Czech Spiklenec
Dutch Samenzweerder
Finnish Vehkeilijä
French Conspirateur
German Verschwörer German language Conspirator + Coin2.png Wenn du in diesem Zug
(HiG :) 3 oder mehr Aktionskarten ausgespielt hast (diese eingeschlossen):
(ASS :) schon mindestens 3 Aktionskarten (inklusive dieser Karte) ausgespielt hast:
+ 1 Karte + 1 Aktion
Hungarian Összeesküvő
Italian Cospiratori (note: explicitly plural)
Japanese 共謀者 (pron. kyōbō-sha) +Coin2.png。 このターンに (これも含めて)3度以上アクションカードを使用した場合、+1 カードを引く+1 アクション
Korean 공모자 (pron. gongmoja)
Norwegian Renkesmed (lit. schemer)
Polish Spiskowiec Polish language Conspirator
Russian Заговорщик (pron. zagovorshshik)
Spanish Conspirador

[edit] Trivia

Official card art.

[edit] Secret History

This was the last card added to the set, replacing a horribly broken card.

The broken card had its admirers. Two of Valerie & Dale's playtesters wrote essays defending the card. But the card was often unplayable and then sometimes dominated. So some games it made worse by being a dead card, and some games it made worse by making other cards dead. Now what it did was cool, and it's fun to sometimes get turns where you make 50+ Coin.png, which is how it got defended. It's fun to do something you don't often get to do. But it just didn't make sense to put out such a messed up card. I'll try to fix it up for a later set and well that's why I'm not telling you what it did. There was no time to fix it up when I came to my senses though. So instead it got replaced. With this card. I like it.

Cards Coin2.png CourtyardCourtyard.jpgLurkerLurker.jpgPawnPawn.jpg Coin3.png MasqueradeMasquerade.jpgShanty TownShanty Town.jpgStewardSteward.jpgSwindlerSwindler.jpgWishing WellWishing Well.jpg Coin4.png BaronBaron.jpgBridgeBridge.jpgConspiratorConspirator.jpgDiplomatDiplomat.jpgIronworksIronworks.jpgMillMill.jpgMining VillageMining Village.jpgSecret PassageSecret Passage.jpg Coin5.png CourtierCourtier.jpgDukeDuke.jpgMinionMinion.jpgPatrolPatrol.jpgReplaceReplace.jpgTorturerTorturer.jpgTrading PostTrading Post.jpgUpgradeUpgrade.jpg Coin6.png HaremHarem.jpgNoblesNobles.jpg
Removed cards Coin2.png Secret ChamberSecret Chamber.jpg Coin3.png Great HallGreat Hall.jpg Coin4.png CoppersmithCoppersmith.jpgScoutScout.jpg Coin5.png SaboteurSaboteur.jpgTributeTribute.jpg
Combos and Counters Baron/InheritanceHorse Traders/DukeIronworks/Great HallKing's Court/BridgeLurker/Hunting GroundsMasquerade pinNative Village/BridgeRoyal Carriage/BridgeScheme/ConspiratorMinion vs TreasuryWishing Well vs Ghost Ship
Dominion Cards
Basic cards Coin0.png CopperCopper.jpgCurseCurse.jpg Coin2.png EstateEstate.jpg Coin3.png SilverSilver.jpg Coin5.png DuchyDuchy.jpg Coin6.png GoldGold.jpg Coin8.png ProvinceProvince.jpg
Dominion Coin2.png CellarCellar.jpgChapelChapel.jpgMoatMoat.jpg Coin3.png HarbingerHarbinger.jpg • MerchantMerchant.jpgVassalVassal.jpgVillageVillage.jpgWorkshopWorkshop.jpg Coin4.png BureaucratBureaucrat.jpgGardensGardens.jpgMilitiaMilitia.jpgMoneylenderMoneylender.jpgPoacherPoacher.jpgRemodelRemodel.jpgSmithySmithy.jpgThrone RoomThrone Room.jpg Coin5.png BanditBandit.jpgCouncil RoomCouncil Room.jpgFestivalFestival.jpgLaboratoryLaboratory.jpgLibraryLibrary.jpgMarketMarket.jpgMineMine.jpgSentrySentry.jpg • WitchWitch.jpg Coin6.png ArtisanArtisan.jpg
Removed cards: Coin3.png ChancellorChancellor.jpgWoodcutterWoodcutter.jpg Coin4.png FeastFeast.jpgSpySpy.jpgThiefThief.jpg Coin6.png AdventurerAdventurer.jpg
Intrigue Coin2.png CourtyardCourtyard.jpgLurkerLurker.jpgPawnPawn.jpg Coin3.png MasqueradeMasquerade.jpgShanty TownShanty Town.jpgStewardSteward.jpgSwindlerSwindler.jpgWishing WellWishing Well.jpg Coin4.png BaronBaron.jpgBridgeBridge.jpgConspiratorConspirator.jpgDiplomatDiplomat.jpgIronworksIronworks.jpgMillMill.jpgMining VillageMining Village.jpgSecret PassageSecret Passage.jpg Coin5.png CourtierCourtier.jpgDukeDuke.jpgMinionMinion.jpgPatrolPatrol.jpgReplaceReplace.jpgTorturerTorturer.jpgTrading PostTrading Post.jpgUpgradeUpgrade.jpg Coin6.png HaremHarem.jpgNoblesNobles.jpg
Removed cards: Coin2.png Secret ChamberSecret Chamber.jpg Coin3.png Great HallGreat Hall.jpg Coin4.png CoppersmithCoppersmith.jpgScoutScout.jpg Coin5.png SaboteurSaboteur.jpgTributeTribute.jpg
Seaside Coin2.png EmbargoEmbargo.jpgHavenHaven.jpgLighthouseLighthouse.jpgNative VillageNative Village.jpgPearl DiverPearl Diver.jpg Coin3.png AmbassadorAmbassador.jpgFishing VillageFishing Village.jpgLookoutLookout.jpgSmugglersSmugglers.jpgWarehouseWarehouse.jpg Coin4.png CaravanCaravan.jpgCutpurseCutpurse.jpgIslandIsland.jpgNavigatorNavigator.jpgPirate ShipPirate Ship.jpgSalvagerSalvager.jpgSea HagSea Hag.jpgTreasure MapTreasure Map.jpg Coin5.png BazaarBazaar.jpgExplorerExplorer.jpgGhost ShipGhost Ship.jpgMerchant ShipMerchant Ship.jpgOutpostOutpost.jpgTacticianTactician.jpgTreasuryTreasury.jpgWharfWharf.jpg
Alchemy Potion.png TransmuteTransmute.jpgVineyardVineyard.jpg Coin2.png HerbalistHerbalist.jpg Coin2.pngPotion.png ApothecaryApothecary.jpgScrying PoolScrying Pool.jpgUniversityUniversity.jpg Coin3.pngPotion.png AlchemistAlchemist.jpgFamiliarFamiliar.jpgPhilosopher's StonePhilosopher's Stone.jpg Coin4.png PotionPotion.jpg Coin4.pngPotion.png GolemGolem.jpg Coin5.png ApprenticeApprentice.jpg Coin6.pngPotion.png PossessionPossession.jpg
Prosperity Coin3.png LoanLoan.jpgTrade RouteTrade Route.jpgWatchtowerWatchtower.jpg Coin4.png BishopBishop.jpgMonumentMonument.jpgQuarryQuarry.jpgTalismanTalisman.jpgWorker's VillageWorker's Village.jpg Coin5.png CityCity.jpgContrabandContraband.jpgCounting HouseCounting House.jpgMintMint.jpgMountebankMountebank.jpgRabbleRabble.jpgRoyal SealRoyal Seal.jpgVaultVault.jpgVentureVenture.jpg Coin6.png GoonsGoons.jpgHoardHoard.jpg Coin6star.png Grand MarketGrand Market.jpg Coin7.png BankBank.jpgExpandExpand.jpgForgeForge.jpgKing's CourtKing's Court.jpg Coin8star.png PeddlerPeddler.jpg Coin9.png PlatinumPlatinum.jpg Coin11.png ColonyColony.jpg
Cornucopia Coin0star.png Prizes (Bag of GoldBag of Gold.jpgDiademDiadem.jpgFollowersFollowers.jpgPrincessPrincess.jpgTrusty SteedTrusty Steed.jpg) Coin2.png HamletHamlet.jpg Coin3.png Fortune TellerFortune Teller.jpgMenagerieMenagerie.jpg Coin4.png Farming VillageFarming Village.jpgHorse TradersHorse Traders.jpgRemakeRemake.jpgTournamentTournament.jpgYoung WitchYoung Witch.jpg Coin5.png HarvestHarvest.jpgHorn of PlentyHorn of Plenty.jpgHunting PartyHunting Party.jpgJesterJester.jpg Coin6.png FairgroundsFairgrounds.jpg
Hinterlands Coin2.png CrossroadsCrossroads.jpgDuchessDuchess.jpgFool's GoldFool's Gold.jpg Coin3.png DevelopDevelop.jpgOasisOasis.jpgOracleOracle.jpgSchemeScheme.jpgTunnelTunnel.jpg Coin4.png Jack of all TradesJack of all Trades.jpgNoble BrigandNoble Brigand.jpgNomad CampNomad Camp.jpgSilk RoadSilk Road.jpgSpice MerchantSpice Merchant.jpgTraderTrader.jpg Coin5.png CacheCache.jpgCartographerCartographer.jpgEmbassyEmbassy.jpgHagglerHaggler.jpgHighwayHighway.jpgIll-Gotten GainsIll-Gotten Gains.jpgInnInn.jpgMandarinMandarin.jpgMargraveMargrave.jpgStablesStables.jpg Coin6.png Border VillageBorder Village.jpgFarmlandFarmland.jpg
Dark Ages Coin0.png Ruins (Abandoned MineAbandoned Mine.jpgRuined LibraryRuined Library.jpgRuined MarketRuined Market.jpgRuined VillageRuined Village.jpgSurvivorsSurvivors.jpg) Coin0star.png SpoilsSpoils.jpg Coin1.png Poor HousePoor House.jpgShelters (HovelHovel.jpgNecropolisNecropolis.jpgOvergrown EstateOvergrown Estate.jpg) Coin2.png BeggarBeggar.jpgSquireSquire.jpgVagrantVagrant.jpg Coin3.png ForagerForager.jpgHermitHermit.jpg (MadmanMadman.jpg) • Market SquareMarket Square.jpgSageSage.jpgStoreroomStoreroom.jpgUrchinUrchin.jpg (MercenaryMercenary.jpg) Coin4.png ArmoryArmory.jpgDeath CartDeath Cart.jpgFeodumFeodum.jpgFortressFortress.jpgIronmongerIronmonger.jpgMarauderMarauder.jpgProcessionProcession.jpgRatsRats.jpgScavengerScavenger.jpgWandering MinstrelWandering Minstrel.jpg Coin5.png Band of MisfitsBand of Misfits.jpgBandit CampBandit Camp.jpgCatacombsCatacombs.jpgCountCount.jpgCounterfeitCounterfeit.jpgCultistCultist.jpgGraverobberGraverobber.jpgJunk DealerJunk Dealer.jpgKnightsKnights.jpg (Dames AnnaDame Anna.jpgJosephineDame Josephine.jpgMollyDame Molly.jpgNatalieDame Natalie.jpgSylviaDame Sylvia.jpg • Sirs BaileySir Bailey.jpgDestrySir Destry.jpgMartinSir Martin.jpgMichaelSir Michael.jpgVanderSir Vander.jpg) • MysticMystic.jpgPillagePillage.jpgRebuildRebuild.jpgRogueRogue.jpg Coin6.png AltarAltar.jpgHunting GroundsHunting Grounds.jpg
Guilds Coin2.png Candlestick MakerCandlestick Maker.jpg Coin2plus.png StonemasonStonemason.jpg Coin3plus.png DoctorDoctor.jpgMasterpieceMasterpiece.jpg Coin4.png AdvisorAdvisor.jpgPlazaPlaza.jpgTaxmanTaxman.jpg Coin4plus.png HeraldHerald.jpg Coin5.png BakerBaker.jpgButcherButcher.jpgJourneymanJourneyman.jpgMerchant GuildMerchant Guild.jpgSoothsayerSoothsayer.jpg
Adventures Coin2.png Coin of the RealmCoin of the Realm.jpgPagePage.jpg (Treasure HunterTreasure Hunter.jpgWarriorWarrior.jpgHeroHero.jpgChampionChampion.jpg) • PeasantPeasant.jpg (SoldierSoldier.jpgFugitiveFugitive.jpgDiscipleDisciple.jpgTeacherTeacher.jpg) • RatcatcherRatcatcher.jpgRazeRaze.jpg Coin3.png AmuletAmulet.jpgCaravan GuardCaravan Guard.jpgDungeonDungeon.jpgGearGear.jpgGuideGuide.jpg Coin4.png DuplicateDuplicate.jpgMagpieMagpie.jpgMessengerMessenger.jpgMiserMiser.jpgPortPort.jpgRangerRanger.jpgTransmogrifyTransmogrify.jpg Coin5.png ArtificerArtificer.jpgBridge TrollBridge Troll.jpgDistant LandsDistant Lands.jpgGiantGiant.jpgHaunted WoodsHaunted Woods.jpgLost CityLost City.jpgRelicRelic.jpgRoyal CarriageRoyal Carriage.jpgStorytellerStoryteller.jpgSwamp HagSwamp Hag.jpgTreasure TroveTreasure Trove.jpgWine MerchantWine Merchant.jpg Coin6.png HirelingHireling.jpg
Events: Coin0.png AlmsAlms.jpgBorrowBorrow.jpgQuestQuest.jpg Coin1.png SaveSave.jpg Coin2.png Scouting PartyScouting Party.jpgTravelling FairTravelling Fair.jpg Coin3.png BonfireBonfire.jpgExpeditionExpedition.jpgFerryFerry.jpgPlanPlan.jpg Coin4.png MissionMission.jpgPilgrimagePilgrimage.jpg Coin5.png BallBall.jpgRaidRaid.jpgSeawaySeaway.jpgTradeTrade.jpg Coin6.png Lost ArtsLost Arts.jpgTrainingTraining.jpg Coin7.png InheritanceInheritance.jpg Coin8.png PathfindingPathfinding.jpg
Empires Debt4.png EngineerEngineer.jpg Debt8.png City QuarterCity Quarter.jpgOverlordOverlord.jpgRoyal BlacksmithRoyal Blacksmith.jpg Coin2.png EncampmentEncampment.jpg/PlunderPlunder.jpgPatricianPatrician.jpg/EmporiumEmporium.jpgSettlersSettlers.jpg/Bustling VillageBustling Village.jpg Coin3.png CastlesCastles.jpg (HumbleHumble Castle.jpgCrumblingCrumbling Castle.jpgSmallSmall Castle.jpgHauntedHaunted Castle.jpgOpulentOpulent Castle.jpgSprawlingSprawling Castle.jpgGrandGrand Castle.jpgKing'sKing's Castle.jpg) • CatapultCatapult.jpg/RocksRocks.jpgChariot RaceChariot Race.jpgEnchantressEnchantress.jpgFarmers' MarketFarmers' Market.jpgGladiatorGladiator.jpg/FortuneFortune.jpg Coin4.png SacrificeSacrifice.jpgTempleTemple.jpgVillaVilla.jpg Coin5.png ArchiveArchive.jpgCapitalCapital.jpgCharmCharm.jpgCrownCrown.jpgForumForum.jpgGroundskeeperGroundskeeper.jpgLegionaryLegionary.jpgWild HuntWild Hunt.jpg
Events: Debt5.png TriumphTriumph.jpg Debt8.png AnnexAnnex.jpgDonateDonate.jpg Coin0.png AdvanceAdvance.jpg Coin2.png DelveDelve.jpgTaxTax.jpg Coin3.png BanquetBanquet.jpg Coin4.png RitualRitual.jpgSalt the EarthSalt the Earth.jpg Coin4.pngDebt3.png WeddingWedding.jpg Coin5.png WindfallWindfall.jpg Coin6.png ConquestConquest.jpg Coin14.png DominateDominate.jpg
Landmarks: AqueductAqueduct.jpgArenaArena.jpgBandit FortBandit Fort.jpgBasilicaBasilica.jpgBathsBaths.jpgBattlefieldBattlefield.jpgColonnadeColonnade.jpgDefiled ShrineDefiled Shrine.jpgFountainFountain.jpgKeepKeep.jpgLabyrinthLabyrinth.jpgMountain PassMountain Pass.jpgMuseumMuseum.jpgObeliskObelisk.jpgOrchardOrchard.jpgPalacePalace.jpgTombTomb.jpgTowerTower.jpgTriumphal ArchTriumphal Arch.jpgWallWall.jpgWolf DenWolf Den.jpg
Nocturne TBA
Promo Coin3.png Black MarketBlack Market.jpg Coin4.png EnvoyEnvoy.jpgSaunaSauna.jpg/AvantoAvanto.jpgWalled VillageWalled Village.jpg Coin5.png GovernorGovernor.jpgStashStash.jpg Coin8.png PrincePrince.jpg
Events: Coin5.png SummonSummon.jpg
Base Cards Coin0.png CopperCopper-new.jpgCurseCurse-new.jpg Coin2.png EstateEstate-new.jpg Coin3.png SilverSilver-new.jpg Coin4.png PotionPotion-new.jpg Coin5.png DuchyDuchy-new.jpg Coin6.png GoldGold-new.jpg Coin8.png ProvinceProvince-new.jpg Coin9.png PlatinumPlatinum-new.jpg Coin11.png ColonyColony-new.jpg
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