|Type(s)||Action - Traveller|
Gain a Silver per card the player to your right gained in his last turn.
When you discard this from play, you may exchange it for a Warrior.
(This is not in the Supply.)
Treasure Hunter is an Action-Traveller card from Adventures. It gains you a Silver for every card the player to your right gained during his last turn. It is not in the Supply, but can be exchanged for from a Page. Treasure Hunter itself, once discarded from play, can be exchanged for a Warrior. There are only 5 copies of Treasure Hunter in the Treasure Hunter pile.
 Official FAQ
- This counts all cards gained, not just bought cards. For example if the player to your right played Amulet, gaining a Silver, then bought a Duchy, you would gain two Silvers.
- The gained Silvers are put into your discard pile.
 Other Rules clarifications
- Cards "the player to your right gained" include non-Supply cards, like Spoils or Prizes, as well as cards gained from the Trash, such as through Graverobber. On the other hand, Traveller upgrades are exchanged for, not gained, and do not count for this.
Treasure Hunter is a good card if you want to get a ton of Silver. Since every gain from your opponent in their previous turn gives you a Silver, the amount you get can add up pretty quickly; I've personally gotten up to eight Silvers with a single Treasure Hunter. Unfortunately, you usually get Treasure Hunter because you want to go for Champion, which means you're probably playing an engine, which means you actually don't want to have too many Treasure cards. In conclusion, most of the time you don't actually want Treasure Hunter when you get it; you just want to get it into play and exchange it for the much better Warrior.
Of course, Treasure Hunter is pretty strong with Feodum, so there's that.
 Alternate versions
Digital version for Dominion Online
 In other languages
- Dutch: Roofridder (lit. robber knight)
- Finnish: Aarteenmetsästäjä
- French: Chasseuse de Trésors (note: explicitly feminine)
- German: Schatzsucher (note: explicitly masculine)
- Japanese: トレジャーハンター (pron. torejā hantā)
- Russian: Охотник за Сокровищами (pron. okhotnik za sokrovishshami)
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