Wharf

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Wharf
Wharf.jpg
Info
Cost Coin5.png
Type(s) Action - Duration
Kingdom card? Yes
Set SeasideSeaside icon.png
Illustrator(s) Simon Samuelsson
Card text
Now and at the start of your next turn:
+2 Cards and +1 Buy.

Wharf is an Action-Duration card from Seaside. It is a terminal card draw card on this turn, but its duration ability is what makes it one of the best cards in Dominion — drawing 2 cards at the start of your next turn is like having played two LaboratoriesLaboratory.jpg! Wharf leads to games with extremely reliable, extremely powerful engines, and it is also one of the fastest Big Money enablers.

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[edit] FAQ

[edit] Official FAQ

  • You draw 2 cards and get an extra Buy this turn, and then draw 2 more cards and get another extra Buy at the start of your next turn.
  • You don't draw your extra 2 cards for next turn until that turn actually starts.
  • Leave this in front of you until the Clean-up phase of your next turn.

[edit] Other Rules clarifications

[edit] Strategy Article

original article synthesized from articles by Epoch and WanderingWinder by theory.

Wharf is, bar none, the best card-drawer in the game.

And on some level, that’s all you need to know. Card drawing is valuable. Wharf is the best one. It works well in all the cases that you want to draw cards. It excels, paired with Villages, in a cards/actions engine. It is also extremely good, bought in moderation, with a Big Money deck, or practically any other deck.

It may be a bit surprising that Wharf is the best card drawer in the game. It, after all, gives only +2 Cards, in the same category as such low-tier terminal drawers such as WitchWitch.jpg, StewardSteward.jpg, and VaultVault.jpg (all of which are good cards, mind you, but not principally due to their ability to draw cards). Of course, Wharf gives you the +2 Cards effect twice, but the general rule in Dominion is that one big turn counts more than two little turns, so you might imagine that SmithySmithy.jpg, with its +3 Cards now, would beat Wharf, with its +4 Cards split up in two.

In practice, what separates Wharf from everything else is its duration effect. A MoatMoat.jpg with a +Buy this turn is OK, not so great, but starting off next turn with the equivalent of Worker's VillageWorker's Village.jpg + SmithySmithy.jpg is a gamechanger. It’s like two LabsLaboratory.jpg, with +Buy to make it all the sweeter. And the key is that its card draw next turn is essentially non-terminal; you don’t use up your Action to get the increased handsize.

As a result, Wharf is arguably the best card in the game which you cannot use to give a CurseCurse.jpg to your opponent. It’s versatile, effective in just about every kind of game, and links into all sorts of combinations. Very few decks aren’t significantly improved with Wharves.

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[edit] Synergies

It is instructive to think through things that Wharf works really well with, and what Wharf doesn’t, because it helps highlight all of Wharf’s strengths and weaknesses.

Wharf pairs well with PeddlerPeddler.jpg. Wharf not only gives you the +Buy to take advantage of cheap Peddlers, but the fact that it’s a Duration (and therefore stays in play for two turns) means that you’ll often be able to get Peddlers for Coin2.png or less.

Wharf is a natural fit with Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg and King's CourtKing's Court.jpg. There are many reasons for this: first, and most naturally, is that with big hands, your TR’s and KC’s are more likely to hit, and more importantly, more likely to land the killing KC-KC blows. More subtly, if you draw KC-Council RoomCouncil Room.jpg, you sort of have a big turn this turn, but it’s wasted if you draw all Actions. KC-Wharf might waste this turn a little bit, but then next turn you get to start with 11 cards!

Wharf works with CellarCellar.jpg and WarehouseWarehouse.jpg, both of which require large hands to maximize their effectiveness. This is one of those rare times where Cellar may outperform Warehouse: Wharf’s +Buy lets you pick it up easy, and with such big handsizes you might actually want to discard more than 3 cards.

Wharf is absurdly strong with special Treasures: in particular, Fool's GoldFool's Gold.jpg/Wharf is absolutely brutal. Wharf gives you the two things that FG wants – +buys and big handsizes. BankBank.jpg and Wharf love each other for very similar reasons.

On the flip side, Wharf works poorly with MenagerieMenagerie.jpg. Menagerie really needs some early trashing to get its massive card draw, and such early trashing is unnecessary for Wharf. Plus, Menagerie’s benefit (some more cards) is not that helpful with Wharf providing all the cards you need, and the Wharf duration effect actually hurts your odds of activating the Menagerie.

[edit] Big Money

If you believe the simulators, and you probably should for Big Money matchups, Wharf is the 5th-best single card for Big Money, after the four top cursers: Young WitchYoung Witch.jpg, WitchWitch.jpg, MountebankMountebank.jpg, and Sea HagSea Hag.jpg. (Yes, it does beat FamiliarFamiliar.jpg. Simulations against Dark Ages looters have not yet been done.) And the thing is, with most of the cursers, 1 curser into Wharf is going to be very good on such boards anyway.

Now, how do you want to play Wharf for money? Well, there are actually several viable ways, depending a bit on what your opponent does. But in general (and say for a mirror), you want to get a couple Wharves before GoldGold.jpg, pretty much no matter what, and then get a good bit of money, with a third and maybe fourth Wharf, before turning for green. In fact, it almost plays a little like an engine: in most Big Money strategies (say Smithy/BM), you want to green pretty fast — only a couple Silvers and a Gold is enough. But with Wharf, the +Buy means it’s often worthwhile to build up a tiny bit extra buying power before going green.

Another key distinction is that you can get a bit more Wharves than with most terminals, because the Wharf stays in play and therefore is slightly less likely to draw other Wharves dead. And the fact that Wharf costs Coin5.png is nice; most Big Money type engines really struggle with Coin5.png turns.

In general, there’s basically no other easy Big Money strategy that beats Wharf, and it beats most simple combos too: Combo: Chancellor and Stash, Combo: Treasure Map and Warehouse, Combo: Tactician and Vault, etc. It even holds its own against the more complex combos: Combo: Hunting Party and terminal Silver, Combo: Embassy and Tunnel, Combo: Native Village and Bridge. About the only thing it can’t deal with is the Golden Deck and fast GardensGardens.jpg rushes, but then few things will beat those decks.

[edit] Engines

The one thing that you always want with an engine is +buy. This lets you catch up with faster-to-accelerate but lower top-speed decks like Big Money. Convenient, then, that Wharf builds it right into your engine, which both enables you to buy multiple engine components in the early-mid game, and also catch up on greens in the late game. Without Wharf, you’ll have to divert from buying engine pieces to pick up MarketsMarket.jpg, PawnsPawn.jpg, or possibly other suboptimal cards, in rough proportion to your engine; with Wharf, you get one free with every Wharf, a card you already wanted to stock up on. (Note that this means that Wharf engines, even more so than most engines, is likely to lead to a game ending on piles.)

Like most draw cards, building an engine is not just about adding a Village (Card type) to a Wharf/Big Money deck. Wharf/Money beats VillageVillage.jpg/Wharf, typically, unless that Village produces money for you or allows you to play a bunch of other Actions. But any Village that gives some money, like BazaarBazaar.jpg or FestivalFestival.jpg, is going to be awesome. And Fishing VillageFishing Village.jpg, of course, is Fishing Village. Combo: Fishing Village and Wharf is one of the most destructively dominant 2-card engine combos around.

Wharf really shines with cheap Villages in general. Its +Buy means that you aren’t really “wasting” your turn when you pick up Native VillageNative Village.jpg and HamletHamlet.jpg; they are cheap enough that you can often scrounge one or two up on your turns while buying other things. CrossroadsCrossroads.jpg is a total superstar, since it both gives Actions and also takes advantage of your massive handsizes. And Border VillageBorder Village.jpg, as always, is a great for Wharf: you’ll often want to buy Wharf on Coin6.png anyway, so the BV is just icing.

Engine-wise also, what the card gives you is zillions more cards. Other card draw qua card draw isn’t necessarily bad, but you usually want Wharf instead. Now, if it holds a good attack, a la MargraveMargrave.jpg or Ghost ShipGhost Ship.jpg, you might make an exception for a copy or two. But the bread-and-butter of the engine should almost always be Wharf, because it’s just more powerful.

It’s also important to note that Wharf engines build a good bit differently than those based around other draw cards. Basically, you need fewer Villages and/or can support more other terminals. The reason for this is that you only need to actually play half of your mighty nice draw cards every turn, even while reaping the benefits of those you played last turn. So when I build a Wharf engine, I usually start Wharf-Wharf-Village-Wharf and then alternate. Well, okay, usually it’s more complicated, because I want to get other stuff, too, but you really don’t need that many Villages to support the draw part of your engine. And the +buys are very nicely and plentifully built in.

As for trashing, trashing somewhat helps a Wharf engine, as it does with most engines, but it really doesn’t help Wharf that much. It’s easy to end up “over-drawing”, where you don’t have anything left to draw, and trashing slows you down in the race. So you especially need your trashing to be doing work later in the game — RemakeRemake.jpg and MasqueradeMasquerade.jpg are OK, whereas ChapelChapel.jpg and AmbassadorAmbassador.jpg less so (Ambassador especially because you might Ambassador all your stuff away only to see a Wharf/money deck absorb the Ambassador and beat you before you get your engine set up). And LookoutLookout.jpg, MoneylenderMoneylender.jpg, Spice MerchantSpice Merchant.jpg, etc., are just not that meaningful. Especially with something like Fishing Village/Wharf, even the smallest trashing is going to set you back, and you have so much draw you won’t need it at all.

What Wharf does, really, is set you up with consistently massive handsizes. Council Room may be superficially similar, but it’s more swingy and less reliable; Wharf chains essentially ensure that every turn starts with a minimum of 7 cards. Where you take your engine after that is up to you, but lots of Kingdom cards favor an engine Wharf as opposed to a money Wharf. CoppersmithCoppersmith.jpg, OutpostOutpost.jpg, attacks that you’ll be playing every turn, Bank, etc. Cards like MinionMinion.jpg and LaboratoryLaboratory.jpg and TacticianTactician.jpg don’t really help, and if anything hurt by promoting alternative strategies. But the key is, with just about every engine, you’ll want big hands, and there is no easier route to big hands than with Wharf.

[edit] Synergies/Combos

[edit] Antisynergies

[edit] Versions

[edit] English versions

Print Digital Text Release Date
Wharf Wharf from Goko/Making Fun Now and at the start of your next turn: +2 Cards. +1 Buy. Seaside 1st Edition October 2009
Wharf Wharf from Shuffle iT Now and at the start of your next turn: +2 Cards and +1 Buy. Seaside 2nd Edition July 2017

[edit] Other language versions

Print Digital Language Name Text
Chinese 碼頭 (pron. mǎtóu)
Czech Loděnice (lit. shipyard)
Dutch Scheepswerf (lit. shipyard)
Finnish Laituri
French Quai
German language Wharf German Werft
Italian Molo
Japanese 船着場 (pron. funatsuki-ba)
Korean 부두 (pron. budu)
Polish language Wharf Polish Nabrzeże
Russian Верфь (pron. vyerf')
Spanish Muelle

[edit] Trivia

Official card art.

[edit] Secret History

The original version didn't have the +1 Buy. It got that to compare more favorably to Merchant ShipMerchant Ship.jpg.


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