Move your +1 Action token to an Action Supply pile (when you play a card from that pile, you first get +1 Action).|
Lost Arts is an Event from Adventures. It gives +1 Action to all of your cards from an Action Supply pile.
 Official FAQ
- When you buy this, you move your +1 Action token to any Action Supply pile.
- This token gives you +1 Action whenever you play a card from that pile; see the Tokens section.
There is no strategy article for Lost Arts yet, as Adventures is still quite new, and the community is still discussing how best to use it. If you have ideas, please share them on the forum!
 Alternate versions
 In other languages
- Dutch: Verloren Kunst
- Finnish: Unohdetut kyvyt (lit. forgotten abilities)
- French: Arts anciens (lit. ancient arts)
- German: Verlorene Kunst
- Japanese: 失われた技術 (pron. ushinawareta gijutsu, lit. lost technology)
- Russian: Утерянные Искусства (pron. utyeryannyye iskusstva)
Lost Arts produces a +1 Action token, which modifies a pile so that those cards give you personally +1 Action. Each player has their own token. Say you put the token on ; for you, Smithy is +1 Action +3 Cards, but for everyone else, it's still +3 Cards (unless they also put their token on Smithy). For example. So uh there's probably something good you can do with that. That Smithy example doesn't sound half-bad. The token on Smithy affects all of the Smithies you have, and any Smithies you get later; it's just a different card for you. It's like a giant pile of that are always there when you need them for a particular action, for a one-time payment of and a Buy. You are probably wondering, is there also a +1 Buy token, a +1 Card token, a + token? Yes, of course there are those too.
 Secret History
Initially a one-shot
Kingdom card. An early star of the set. Initially the tokens weren't counter-limited; you could get multiple +1 Action tokens and + tokens and - cost tokens. I lowered it down to just two and then just one. You get the experience with one and I don't need to cost the cards for crazier situations.