A Trashing attack is an attack card which trashes other players' cards, typically from the top of their deck. Most of these attack have certain constraints on what cards they are able to trash.
 List of Cards
Hexes listed function as the relevant Attack when revealed by an Attack-Doom card.
Cards in italics have been removed.
 Trash and replace with other cards
- Intrigue: Saboteur -- Find and trash a card costing or more. Replacement at least cheaper, victim's choice.
- Intrigue: Swindler -- Replacement of same cost, attacker's choice.
- Nocturne: Locusts -- Replacement cheaper and of same type, victim's choice unless a Copper or Estate was trashed (in this case replaced with Curse).
- Allies: Barbarian -- Replacement cheaper and of same type, victim's choice but only if trashed card cost or more (otherwise replaced with Curse).
 Trash card in certain price range
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 Trash Treasures
Exile attacks have some similarities to trashing attacks in that they remove cards from your opponent's deck, but unlike real trashing, the Exiled card can be gotten back, and still count for determining .
- Menagerie: Cardinal and Gatekeeper
Maelstrom, from Plunder, forces opponents to trash a card from their hand; this may be beneficial if they have junk in their hand, but may act as an attack if they have nothing in hand that they want to trash.
 Exile Attacks
 Removed cards
 Development comments
These cards have a complicated history due to major balance issues. The most obvious trashing attack, "Each other player trashes the top card of their deck." has major problems.