Scavenger

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Scavenger
Scavenger.jpg
Info
Cost Coin4.png
Type(s) Action
Kingdom card? Yes
Set Dark AgesDark Ages icon.png
Illustrator(s) Franz Vohwinkel
Card text
+Coin2.png
You may put your deck into your discard pile. Look through your discard pile and put one card from it on top of your deck.

Scavenger is an Action card from Dark Ages. It is a terminal silver and a deck discarder, like ChancellorChancellor.jpg. However, unlike Chancellor, it lets you fish out the best card from your discard pile and make it your new deck - this turns it into a viable card on many more boards.

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[edit] FAQ

[edit] Official FAQ

  • Putting your deck into your discard pile is optional, but putting a card from your discard pile on top of your deck is not; you do it unless there are no cards in your discard pile.
  • Putting your deck into your discard pile will not trigger TunnelTunnel.jpg (from Hinterlands).
  • If your deck has no cards in it, such as from putting them into your discard pile, then the card you put on top of your deck will be the only card in your deck.

[edit] Other Rules clarifications

[edit] Strategy Article

Original article by sffc

Scavenger is a card whose power may not be obvious at first glance. It looks a whole lot like the card ChancellorChancellor.jpg always wanted to be, similar to how Noble BrigandNoble Brigand.jpg is like the card Thief always wanted to be. So, what makes Scavenger worth having its own article?

Scavenger’s power arises from the fact that it lets you search essentially your entire deck, finding exactly the card that you want, and topdecking it. This is actually pretty awesome. If SchemeScheme.jpg is the card that lets you save an Action that you played this turn, HerbalistHerbalist.jpg is the card that lets you save a Treasure that you played this turn, and HavenHaven.jpg is the card that lets you save something that you could have played but didn’t, Scavenger is the card that lets you save something that you never even saw this turn. Better yet, unlike Scheme and Herbalist, it works on non-actions as well as actions.

Early in the game, you can Scavenge cursing attacks like Sea HagSea Hag.jpg and WitchWitch.jpg to win the curse split. Later in the game, you can Scavenge your PlatinumPlatinum.jpg, GoonsGoons.jpg, or other power card, depending just on the frequency that you draw a Scavenger.

Scavenger also helps put together unrelated combos. For instance, consider TournamentTournament.jpg. If your only ProvinceProvince.jpg is in your discard pile and you know you have Tournaments coming up soon, Scavenge it to the top of your deck. If you have +Actions, you can even Scavenge a Province that you revealed this turn in order to gain multiple Prizes at once. If you have lots of Scavengers and even more +Actions, you can topdeck more complicated combos together. For example, play a VillageVillage.jpg followed by two Scavengers, topdecking your TalismanTalisman.jpg and your QuarryQuarry.jpg. In an engine, Scavenger increases reliability by being able to topdeck key components for next turn.

In a similar manner, Scavenger rewards you for diligent deck tracking. Yeah, you can just dump your whole deck into the discard and pull out the power card, but if you are already going to play it next turn (or at worst the turn after), you may get more by just top decking from the cards already in the discard. On the flip side, some cards like AltarAltar.jpg can be so powerful that it is worth it to dump the deck every time they aren’t in hand in order to play them ASAP.

However, Scavenger really shines when it is part of its own combo. Below, I point out a few of the most notable.

[edit] Combo: Scavenger and Stash

Requirements: 2 Scavengers, 3 StashesStash.jpg

This is one of the first combos that was documented in Dark Ages. It is pretty straightforward: every turn, play Scavenger, put your deck into your discard pile, and topdeck your other Scavenger. During cleanup phase, you draw the second Scavenger, and when you reshuffle, put all three Stashes on top. In the absence of handsize-reduction attacks, you are now guaranteed a Province every turn.

Some players might be more comfortable with having 4 Stashes instead of 3 to guard against the possibility of drawing both of your Scavengers in the same hand. However, the probability of this happening before you buy your fourth or fifth Province is quite low, and if it does happen, the combo is quick to get going again.

Works With: Cursing attacks, Looters

Conflicts With: All handsize-reduction attacks, MinionMinion.jpg, PillagePillage.jpg

[edit] Combo: Scavenger and King's CourtKing's Court.jpg

Okay, what card besides Counting HouseCounting House.jpg doesn’t combo with King's Court? I am pointing out this combo because it is extremely resilient, and it guarantees a Province or ColonyColony.jpg every single turn.

Requirements: 2 Scavengers, 2 King's Courts, 2 Silvers (or 2 Platinums for Colony games)

Here’s how it works. Draw King's Court, Scavenger, Silver, and two other cards. KC the Scavenger, don’t discard your deck, and instead topdeck the KC, Scavenger, and Silver that are in your discard pile from last turn. Play the Silver. Buy a Province. Draw 5 Cards. Rinse and Repeat forever.

What makes this particular combo worth noting is that it is immune to MilitiaMilitia.jpg, GoonsGoons.jpg, MargraveMargrave.jpg, and Ghost ShipGhost Ship.jpg. In fact, the only cards that could normally mess up this combo are MinionMinion.jpg, PillagePillage.jpg, and (immediately after a reshuffle and with bad shuffle luck) trashing attacks like RogueRogue.jpg and ThiefThief.jpg.

Works With: Handsize-reduction attacks and most other attacks

Conflicts With: MinionMinion.jpg, PillagePillage.jpg, faster King's Court combos, MasqueradeMasquerade.jpg in the presence of handsize-reduction attacks

[edit] Combo: Scavenger and GolemGolem.jpg

Requirements: 1 Scavenger, 2 Golems, exactly 1 other Action

This is similar in principle to Golem/Scheme. Play your Golem, making it find your Scavenger and any other Action card of your choice (say, a powerful attack). Play the wildcard Action, and then play the Scavenger, discarding your deck if necessary and topdecking your other Golem. Rinse and Repeat.

Counting House fits extremely well in the wildcard spot, even better than it did in Golem/Scheme. Let your Golem find your Scavenger and your Counting House, play the Scavenger to discard your deck, and play the Counting House to draw all of your Copper.

Works With: Strong attacks, Counting House

Conflicts With: Minion, Pillage, Looters (for Ruins are actions), NecropolisNecropolis.jpg, MasqueradesMasquerade.jpg that give you action cards

[edit] Combo: Scavenger and UniversityUniversity.jpg

Requirements: At least 1 Scavenger and 1 University; the more the better.

WatchtowerWatchtower.jpg is a powerful card because it lets you topdeck something you just bought or gained, enabling you to play it an extra time than you normally would have been able to before the end of the game.

Scavenger can work in a similar manner to Watchtower for Action cards that gain something. Gain your card, then Scavenge it for next turn. Unfortunately, most card-gainers are terminal.

University not only lets you gain a card costing up to Coin5.png, but it also gives you actions. So, you can play University to gain a Coin5.png Action and then immediately Scavenge it. If you have a cantrip in hand, you can even draw and play the Coin5.png Action from University on the very same turn that it was gained.

Works With: Good Coin5.png Actions, Cantrips

[edit] Combo: Scavenger and Reactions

Requirements: At least 1 Scavenger and 1 or 2 Reactions

Scavenger comes to the rescue when you blow out your birthday candles and wish, “if only there were a way to ensure that I always have my TraderTrader.jpg, TunnelTunnel.jpg, or WatchtowerWatchtower.jpg in hand when my opponent plays an attack.” Since Scavenger doesn’t require that you actually draw the card from your discard pile right away, if Scavenger is your last Action, you can ensure that your Reaction is available between turns.

[edit] Combo: Scavenger and Scavenger

Requirements: 2 Scavengers

With 2 Scavengers in your deck, you can simply Scavenge a Scavenger every turn to ensure that you always start with at least Coin2.png. Nifty!

The guaranteed Coin2.png is useful in many situations, but especially in Alternate VP games, when your money density becomes exceedingly low. With a guaranteed Coin2.png, you just need Coin2.png out of the other 4 cards in order to get your Silk RoadSilk Road.jpg or GardensGardens.jpg; that’s a 0.5Coin.png average card value. For contrast, you woud normally need a 0.8Coin.png average card value to consistently purchase Coin4.png AltVP.

Scavenger/Scavenger works especially well in the presence of Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg. Throne your Scavenger, topdecking your other Throne Room and Scavenger. You are now guaranteed Coin4.png every turn. Just one Copper and you have your DukeDuke.jpg (requiring 0.33Coin.png average card value).

Scavenger/Scavenger and especially Scavenger/ThroneRoom are also resilient to most attacks, including handsize-reduction attacks.

[edit] Synergies/Combos

  • Most attacks
  • Throne Room

[edit] Antisynergies

  • Minion
  • Pillage
  • Faster non-AltVP strategies

[edit] Alternate versions

[edit] Trivia

Official card art.

[edit] In other languages

  • Dutch: Scharrelaar
  • Finnish: Haaskalintu (lit. vulture)
  • French: Pilleur (lit. looter)
  • German: Lumpensammler (lit. rag collector)
    • HiG translation error : "You may immediately discard your complete deck."
  • Japanese: ゴミあさり (pron. gomi asari)
  • Korean: 쓰레기 뒤지는 사람 (pron. sseulegi dwijineun salam, lit. scouring garbage man)
  • Russian: Мусорщик (pron. musorshshik)
  • Spanish: Carroñero

[edit] Secret History

At one point I thought I might push doing stuff with the discard pile as a subtheme. I didn't really, although a few cards care about it. Scavenger lets you pick a card from your discard pile to draw. To make sure there is something, it lets you put your deck there first. Originally you had to put your deck into your discard pile; Wei-Hwa Huang argued for making it optional, to get rid of certain cases where you were sad to do it. And as a result you can set up multiple cards with it, if you play multiple Scavengers and only flip the first time.


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