132 (13 sets)
5 Prize cards
|Cover artist||Alayna Lemmer|
Cornucopia is the fifth Dominion expansion, released in June 2011. The basic theme of the set is cards that either create or reward variety in your deck and hand. It is a small expansion. The box contains 13 sets of Kingdom Cards, popular for its focus on engine-friendly cards. It is no longer sold as a separate item, instead being paired with Guilds in a larger box.
 Basic Supply Cards
- Cornucopia is only an expansion, so no Basic Supply Cards are included.
 Kingdom Cards
 Additional Materials
 Additional Rules
- “In play” - Action cards and Treasure cards played face-up to a play area are in play until they are moved somewhere else—usually until they are discarded during a Clean-up phase. Only played cards are in play; set aside cards, trashed cards, cards in the Supply, and cards in hands, decks, and discard piles are not in play. Prizes that no-one has gained are not in play. Reaction abilities like Horse Traders' do not put those cards into play. Duration cards (from Dominion: Seaside), once played, remain in play until the turn they are discarded.
- A player may play his Treasure cards in any order and may choose not to play some (or even all) of the Treasure cards he has in his hand. During the Buy phase, a player must play all of the Treasures he wishes to play before he buys any cards, even if he has +Buys; he cannot play more Treasures after Buying a card.
- Young Witch adds an extra Kingdom card pile to the game. This extra pile is just like the other piles; if it is empty that counts for the game end condition, the cards in it can be bought and can be gained directly via cards like Horn of Plenty, etc. It is part of the Supply.
- There are five Prizes: Bag of Gold, Diadem, Followers, Princess, and Trusty Steed. These cards are never part of the Supply. That's the only new rule for Prizes, but it has various consequences. If the Prizes run out, that does not count towards the game end condition. The Prizes may not be bought, or gained via cards like Horn of Plenty; they may only be gained via the card Tournament, or via cards that gain cards other than from the Supply (such as Thief from Dominion). Ambassador (from Dominion: Seaside) cannot return Prizes to their pile. Trashed Prizes go to the trash pile, like other cards; they do not return to the Prize pile. When using Black Market, do not put Prizes in the Black Market deck. Prizes cannot be bought, but have a cost of , which matters for cards like Remake.
- A number of cards in Cornucopia care about cards being different. "Differently named" cards are simply cards with different names (like the Prizes) - they aren't copies of the same card. "Duplicate" cards are cards that have the same name - two copies of the same card.
 Flavor Text
 Cards Gallery
 Kingdom Cards
 Non-Supply Cards
 Impact of Cornucopia
Cornocupia was the first set to introduce special cards that are not in the Supply that can only be gained by the use of a particular Kingdom card (in this case, the Prizes); Dark Ages and Adventures would later follow up on this theme.
Corncucopia is filled with cards which enable strong engine building. Some of these include:
- Farming Village - A simple village that always reaps a treasure or action card.
- Hamlet - A cheap pseudo-village capable of providing extra buys or actions.
- Horn of Plenty - Provides an easy way to gain cards as well as the capability of producing megaturns.
- Hunting Party - Enables very simple Hunting Party + X engines.
- Menagerie - A centerpiece of some of the most fun engines to play, Menagerie is a cantrip which serves as a great counter to hand size reduction attacks.
- Tournament - The card itself is a useful early game cantrip, and the Prizes are all quite valuable in most engines.
Though overall a well received set, Cornucopia features a "swingy" card which can cause frustration among players.
- Tournament - Because of the power of the Tournament prizes, the first player to win a prize is often able to build on that to win further prizes and/or the game. Even skilled play can sometimes be undone by a lucky or well timed draw.
 Cornucopia Theme
Game designer Donald X. offered some insight into some themes of the set here.
- 5 Care about variety: Menagerie, Harvest, Horn of Plenty, Hunting Party, Fairgrounds
- 4 Provide variety: Remake, Tournament, Young Witch, Jester
- 4 Off-theme: Hamlet, Fortune Teller, Farming Village, Horse Traders
 Alternate versions
Polish version (by Bard)
Cornucopia is the only set not to have any artwork done by Mathias Catrein. Alchemy and Guilds both have no kingdom cards illustrated by him, but Catrein did the artwork for Potion, and the artwork for Guilds' box.
 In other languages
- Czech: Roh hojnosti
- Dutch: Overvloed (lit. abundance)
- Finnish: Elonkorjuu (lit. harvest)
- French: Abondance (lit. abundance)
- German: Reiche Ernte (lit. rich harvest)
- Italian: Cornucopia
- Japanese: 収穫祭 (pron. shūkaku-sai, lit. harvest festival)
- Polish: Róg Obfitości (lit. horn of plenty)
- Russian: Изобилие (pron. izobiliye, lit. abundance)
- Spanish: Cornucopia
 Secret History
 Recommended Sets of 10
|Bounty of the Hunt [+/-]|
|Harvest||Horn of Plenty||Hunting Party||Menagerie||Tournament|
|Bad Omens [+/-]|
|Fortune Teller||Hamlet||Horn of Plenty||Jester||Remake|
|The Jester's Workshop [+/-]|
|Fairgrounds||Farming Village||Horse Traders||Jester||Young Witch|
|Last Laughs [+/-]|
|Farming Village||Harvest||Horse Traders||Hunting Party||Jester|
|The Spice of Life [+/-]|
|Fairgrounds||Horn of Plenty||Remake||Tournament||Young Witch|
|Small Victories [+/-]|
|Fortune Teller||Hamlet||Hunting Party||Remake||Tournament|
|Embargo||Fishing Village||Merchant Ship||Navigator||Smugglers|
|Fairgrounds||Farming Village||Fortune Teller||Harvest||Hunting Party|
|Menagerie||Horn of Plenty||Horse Traders||Jester||Tournament|
 Cornucopia & Prosperity
|Farming Village||Horn of Plenty||Jester||Remake||Tournament|
 Cornucopia & Hinterlands
|Blue Harvest [+/-]|
|Hamlet||Horn of Plenty||Horse Traders||Jester||Tournament|
|Fool's Gold||Mandarin||Noble Brigand||Trader||Tunnel|
|Traveling Circus [+/-]|
|Fairgrounds||Farming Village||Hunting Party||Jester||Menagerie|
|Border Village||Embassy||Fool's Gold||Nomad Camp||Oasis|
|Dark Carnival [+/-]|
|Band of Misfits||Cultist||Fortress||Hermit||Junk Dealer|
|Knights||Fairgrounds||Hamlet||Horn of Plenty||Menagerie|
|To the Victor [+/-]|
|Bandit Camp||Counterfeit||Death Cart||Marauder||Pillage|
 Cornucopia & Adventures
|The Hero's Return [+/-]|
|Fairgrounds||Farming Village||Horse Traders||Jester||Menagerie|
|Seacraft and Witchcraft [+/-]|
|Peasant||Storyteller||Swamp Hag||Transmogrify||Wine Merchant|
|Fortune Teller||Hamlet||Horn of Plenty||Tournament||Young Witch|
 Cornucopia on DS.com and F.DS.com