Feodum

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Feodum
Feodum.jpg
Info
Cost $4
Type(s) Victory
Kingdom card? Yes
Set Dark AgesDark Ages icon.png
Illustrator(s) Matthias Catrein
Card text
Worth 1VP.png per 3 Silvers you have (round down).
When you trash this, gain 3 Silvers.

Feodum is a Victory card from Dark Ages. It gains value as you get more SilversSilver.jpg in your deck, and it also allows you to gain three SilversSilver.jpg by trashing it!

Contents

[edit] FAQ

[edit] Official FAQ

  • This is a Victory card, so use eight copies for games with two players, or 12 for games with three or more players.
  • At the end of the game, each Feodum is worth 1VP.png for every three Silvers in your deck, rounded down.
  • For example if you have 11 Silvers, your Feodums are worth 3VP.png each.
  • If Feodum is trashed, you gain three Silvers.
  • If there are not enough Silvers left, gain as many as you can.

[edit] Other Rules clarifications

[edit] Strategy Article

Original article by werothegreat

Feodum, like its counting Victory card brethren, is a rather niche card. In a few instances, it can be worth a staggering amount of VP.png, vastly outweighing ProvincesProvince.jpg; however, it is also often ignorable, and can sometimes be worth nothing at all. There does exist a middle ground, though, where it can be treated like a pinata full of Silver, or where it can help add a few tie-breaking points in a sloggier game.

If Feodum is on the board, quickly run through this mental checklist:

  • Is there a way to gain Silver very quickly?
  • Is there a way to gain Silver more slowly?
  • Is there a way to trash Feodum?

Let’s look at each of these individually.

[edit] Feeding the Feoda

The time Feodum shines brighter than a supernova is when there is a powerful Silver gainer. MasterpieceMasterpiece.jpg and DelveDelve.jpg are the cream of the crop here, letting you buy multiple Silvers per turn. Also noteworthy is RaidRaid.jpg, which has the added benefit of hurting your opponent, though it does require you to gain a few Silvers the hard way first. All of these are helped by any kind of strong draw: Masterpiece and Delve want as much $ as possible to spend on a Buy, while Raid wants you to get as many Silvers into play as you can.

If you find yourself in this optimal situation, your aim should be to empty out the Silver pile as quickly as possible, picking up Feoda along the way (assuming your opponent mirrors). In this specific combo instance, winning the Silver split is more important than getting more Feoda (though if you don’t get any, you’re screwed); if you get 27 Silvers and 3 Feoda (27VP.png total), that will beat an opponent with 13 Silvers and 5 Feoda (20VP.png total). If your opponent goes for Provinces instead, emptying the Silver pile isn’t strictly necessary; you just need enough to make sure your Feoda give more points than their Provinces, so make sure you actually grab Feoda before the game ends!

In a Masterpiece game, ideally you want to finish with a three-pile ending: Silvers, Masterpieces, and Feoda. However, if the Masterpieces don’t quite run out (or you’re using an Event gainer), your deck jammed full of Silver is perfect for buying Provinces, and can easily end the game conventionally.

If your opponent doesn’t try to mirror you, you’re looking at a maximum of 8 Feoda worth up to 13VP.png each – more than ColonyColony.jpg! In such a case, run down the Silver and Feodum piles as quick as you can while your opponent dawdles trying to get Provinces. Do not buy any Provinces yourself until you’ve secured enough VP to trounce them.

[edit] The Middle Ground

Unfortunately, most Silver gainers are not as dramatic as those mentioned above. However, that doesn’t mean Feodum is down for the count! In a game with BureaucratBureaucrat.jpg or SquireSquire.jpg, while emptying the Silver pile entirely is unrealistic, it’s perfectly reasonable to expect to have 10 or more Silvers by the end of the game. In such cases, Feodum becomes a cheaper DuchyDuchy.jpg, and another option for three-piling. While it’s no longer the star of the show, it can still be a nice supplement to your main VP.png from Provinces.

If you’re aiming to use Feodum in this way, try to get your Silver gainer early. Not only do the Silvers help your Feoda, they also, as previously discussed, make buying Provinces easier.

Some Silver gainers can also trash. Jack of All TradesJack of All Trades.jpg, HermitHermit.jpg, and AmuletAmulet.jpg can also fill this middle ground role, but don’t mind if you get a Feodum early, just to trash for the Silvers inside. Jack and Hermit are better for this, as they can trash and gain Silver at the same time. In such cases, if you’re uncontested, the Feodum pile is unlikely to empty, so you’re not really losing any VP.png, as you can always just pick up another one, now worth 1VP.png more!

A word of warning, though: in a lot of these cases, there’s usually something better to do on the board than just slowly trickle Silvers into your deck, so keep an eye out for faster or more productive strategies.

[edit] Silver Slogs

In junking games, particularly with CultistCultist.jpg, the game can be extended significantly as players wade through Ruins or CursesCurse.jpg. In such cases, you might end up buying 12 or more Silvers throughout the course of the game, making Feodum particularly attractive as the game drags on. In these cases, try to keep track of how many Silvers you think you’ll have by the end of the game; if it’s at least 9, start buying Feodum over Duchy, and keeping adding more Silver as you can.

[edit] Popping the Piñata

But what about trashers that don’t gain Silver? Mass trashers like ChapelChapel.jpg and DonateDonate.jpg see Feodum as an early game boost; in this case, you don’t really care about the VP.png, but the 3 Silvers are very nice. Working with only a single card trasher is a little risky, as it’s harder to line them up, but with remodelers like UpgradeUpgrade.jpg or RemakeRemake.jpg, or trash for benefit cards like SalvagerSalvager.jpg or BishopBishop.jpg, it can be worth it, especially since a popped Feodum provides three more pieces of fodder for later use. Upgrade can actually get a significant amount of VP.png from Feoda, as it can convert Estates into Silvers, Silvers into Feoda, and Feoda into more Upgrades.

TraderTrader.jpg is an interesting example: it can generate a lot of Silvers for Feodum, but requires fodder to do so. Popping open a Feodum gives you 7 Silvers, while Tradering a Silver gives it back to you with two more. It’s not quite as reliable as Masterpiece or Delve, and you need to make sure you don’t trash too many Feoda, but it can be very potent, though you may still want to supplement with Provinces.

If you have a single card trasher that doesn’t scale, like ForagerForager.jpg or Trade RouteTrade Route.jpg, it’s probably not worth the trouble. An exception would be RatcatcherRatcatcher.jpg, as it’s cheap, and a lot easier to line up with a target.

Being able to trash a Feodum on gain can also be quite nice – WatchtowerWatchtower.jpg and Salt the EarthSalt the Earth.jpg are prime examples, essentially letting you pay $4 for 3 Silvers, and a little bonus.

[edit] Miscellaneous

Feodum provides a decent defense against trashing attacks, particularly Knights. If it gets hit, you still get 3 Silvers, which then in turn are preferred targets of the Attack, keeping your more valuable cards safe.

At first thought, it might seem like Treasure HunterTreasure Hunter.jpg would be a good Feodum rush enabler, but it can be pretty easy for your opponent to play around letting you gain lots of Silvers with it, and Feodum and Silver are both prime targets for WarriorsWarrior.jpg.

[edit] Synergies/Combos

[edit] Antisynergies

[edit] Versions

[edit] English versions

Print Digital Text Release Date
Feodum Feodum from Goko/Making Fun Worth 1VP.png for every 3 Silvers in your deck (round down).
When you trash this, gain 3 Silvers.
Dark Ages 1st Edition August 2012
Feodum Feodum from Shuffle iT Worth 1VP.png per 3 Silvers you have (round down).
When you trash this, gain 3 Silvers.
Dark Ages 2nd Edition September 2017

[edit] Other language versions

Language Name Print Digital Text Notes
Czech Léno Czech language Feodum
Dutch Feodum
Finnish Sarka (lit. field)
French Fief
German Lehen German Version by Hans im Glück Wert 1VP.png
für je 3 Silber
im eigenen Kartensatz (abgerundet).
Wenn du diese Karte entsorgst:
Nimm dir 3 Silber.
Japanese 封土 (pron. hōdo) あなたの銀貨3枚(端数切り捨て)につき1VP.png。これを廃棄するとき、銀貨3枚を獲得する。
Korean 봉토 (pron. bongto)
Polish Pańszczyzna Although Polish version is not released, this card is referred to in the Polish version of Empires rulebook
Russian феод (pron. fyeod)
Spanish Feudo

[edit] Trivia

Official card art.

[edit] Preview

Feodum is the victory card that counts treasures that you always knew I’d make. What you didn’t know is that it would only count Silvers. If Coppers count, man, that’s like a Gardens deck, we built that one already. I mean it’s different but whatever. If Golds count, man, I already wanted a deck with a lot of Gold. So it only counts Silvers. And to help that out, it’s a Silver piñata. You might even buy one just to crack it open, with no plan of really going for Feodums.

Feodum does something when you trash it. There are a bunch of cards like that in this set. There’s really only so much you can do with the trash directly, like Graverobber, but you can do tons of things based on cards getting trashed. And if you are the kind of person who likes card combos, these cards are for you. For example you can just Remodel a Feodum into a Feodum, for the 3 Silvers. Look at that.

[edit] Secret History

At last, the victory card that counts treasures that you've been waiting for. As explained in the preview, it only counts Silvers in order to be more different from Gardens and not just favor the kind of deck you already wanted. Making it a Silver piñata seemed cool and the card was just like that from the beginning.


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