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A '''Curse''' is a [[dead]] card originating from the [[Base]] set that costs {{Cost|0}} and gives the player –1{{VP}}. Curses are usually gained from an opponent's [[curser]], but they are always in the [[supply]] whether or not the particular [[kingdom]] actually has a curser. Having Curses in your deck is harmful for many reasons: the –1 VP reduces your score, of course, but more significant in many games is the fact that any hand with Curses in it has fewer useful cards and therefore less flexibility and power, and that with a larger deck, you see your more powerful cards less often.
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'''Curse''' is a basic card from the {{Set|Base}} set that costs {{Cost|0}} and gives the player {{VP|–1}}. The number of Curses in any game depends on the number of players: the Curse pile contains 10 Curses for each player past the first. Curses are always in the [[Supply]] whether or not the particular [[Kingdom]] has a card that explicitly interacts with Curses.  
 
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There are a very few situations in which adding one or more Curses to your deck can be beneficial. In decks with powerful [[engine|engines]], it is possible to use {{Card|Ambassador}} to distribute Curses to your opponents if you have a Curse in your deck yourself. Gaining a Curse is sometimes necessary to increase the value of {{Card|Fairgrounds}}, which counts the number of differently named cards in your deck. Sometimes, a player with a large lead and ample [[+Buy]] will try to buy out the Curses in order to accelerate the [[endgame]] by creating a [[three-pile ending]].
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A common beginner mistake is to assume that because Curses are always in the Supply, buying them must be good for ''something'' (besides the above rare cases), so therefore a purchased Curse must be able to insert itself into an opponent's deck "all by itself", either on-purchase (like the effect of {{Card|Ill-Gotten Gains}}) or during one's turn (as with Ambassador). Obviously, this is not true, and would render Curse-giving cards nearly useless.
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Curse is the only [[card type]] with a single representative, and (relatedly) the only card whose name is its type.
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== FAQ ==
 
== FAQ ==
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* Curse isn't a [[Victory card]], even though (like most Victory cards) it is a [[dead]] card that affects your score.
 
* Curse isn't a [[Victory card]], even though (like most Victory cards) it is a [[dead]] card that affects your score.
  
== Cards that interact with Curse ==
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== Strategy ==
=== Direct Interaction ===
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Curse's most obvious penalty is that it gives you {{VP|–1}} if it is in your deck at the end of the game. However, the negative {{VP}} tends to be the lesser of its two drawbacks. Much more significant is that Curse is a [[junk]] card, which does nothing for you but takes up space in your deck. Filling your opponents’ decks with Curses will substantially weaken their decks’ quality. For this reason, Cursing [[attack]]s are usually best acquired very early in the game: a Curse that has been in an opponent's deck since turn 3 will bog down their deck all game, while one that is given out on the final turn will have minimal impact.
* All [[curser]]s
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* {{Card|Embargo}} causes Curses to be gained when a certain card is bought
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* {{Card|Rabble}} and {{Card|Fortune Teller}} leave Curses on top of opponents' decks, if found
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* {{Card|Vagrant}} and {{Card|Patrol}} draw Curses if they are revealed
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* {{Event|Quest}} gives you a {{Card|Gold}} if you discard two Curses
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* {{Event|Ritual}} and {{Landmark|Defiled Shrine}} give you {{VP}} [[Victory token|tokens]] in exchange for gaining a Curse
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* {{Card|Cursed Gold}} and {{Event|Desperation}} let you gain a Curse to get +{{Cost}}
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* {{Card|Hideout}} gives you a Curse if you use it to trash a [[Victory]] card
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=== Indirect Interaction ===
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Likewise, Curses will often be worth giving out even if [[trasher|trashing cards]] exist. Your opponents might be able to trash the Curses before the game ends to avoid the {{VP}} loss, but the short term damage of slowing down their draws by filling them with Curses will already be done. As an example, {{Card|Old Witch}} gives out Curses but also gives your opponents an opportunity to [[trash]] them, with your opponents frequently having few Curses left in the deck by scoring time. {{Card|Old Witch}} is a strong card that players tend to acquire early into the game, because the immediate effect of putting Curses into your opponents’ early shuffles is so highly valued, even if the harm dissipates later.
* Most [[trasher|trashers]], [[sifter|sifters]], and [[deck inspector|deck inspectors]]
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* {{Card|Masquerade}} and {{Card|Ambassador}} can give your own Curses to an opponent
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* {{Card|Ironworks}}, {{Card|Ironmonger}} and {{Card|Tribute}} get no bonus from gaining or revealing a Curse, respectively
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* {{Card|Menagerie}}, {{Card|Harvest}}, {{Card|Fairgrounds}} and {{Landmark|Museum}} all benefit from the variety added by a Curse, though usually not enough to warrant buying one
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* {{Card|Advisor}} and {{Card|Envoy}} are made worse by the presence of Curses
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Curse counts as a pile when determining the end of the game. In games with a Cursing attack, the Curse pile often empties or is brought low, bringing the game closer to a [[three-pile ending]].  Sometimes, a player with a large {{VP}} lead and ample [[+Buy]] may buy out the remaining Curses to end the game. Players may also buy Curse in certain situations to add another differently-named card for {{Card|Fairgrounds}} or {{Landmark|Museum}}, or to take the {{VP}} from {{Landmark|Defiled Shrine}}.
  
 
== Versions ==
 
== Versions ==
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
[[Image:CurseArt.jpg|thumb|right|354px|Official card art.]]
 
[[Image:CurseArt.jpg|thumb|right|354px|Official card art.]]
Curse is the only [[card type]] that applies to only one card in the game.
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- Curse is the only card in Dominion that gives negative victory points. Until {{Set|Empires}}, with the addition of [[Landmark]]s, it was also the only effect in the game that gave negative victory points.
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- Curse is the only [[card type]] with a single representative, the only card with the Curse type, and the only card whose name is also a type.
  
 
=== Secret History ===
 
=== Secret History ===

Revision as of 11:02, 8 March 2021

Curse
Curse.jpg
Info
Cost $0
Type(s) Curse
Kingdom card? No
Set BaseDominion icon.png
Illustrator(s) Claus Stephan
Card text
-1VP

Curse is a basic card from the Base set that costs $0 and gives the player –1VP. The number of Curses in any game depends on the number of players: the Curse pile contains 10 Curses for each player past the first. Curses are always in the Supply whether or not the particular Kingdom has a card that explicitly interacts with Curses.

Contents

FAQ

Official FAQ

Other Rules clarifications

  • The number of Curses in the Supply is 10 for each player beyond the first -- 10 for two players, 20 for three players, 30 for four players, and so on.
  • Curses are always in the supply, even when there is no card which explicitly mentions them.
  • Curse isn't a Victory card, even though (like most Victory cards) it is a dead card that affects your score.

Strategy

Curse's most obvious penalty is that it gives you –1VP if it is in your deck at the end of the game. However, the negative VP tends to be the lesser of its two drawbacks. Much more significant is that Curse is a junk card, which does nothing for you but takes up space in your deck. Filling your opponents’ decks with Curses will substantially weaken their decks’ quality. For this reason, Cursing attacks are usually best acquired very early in the game: a Curse that has been in an opponent's deck since turn 3 will bog down their deck all game, while one that is given out on the final turn will have minimal impact.

Likewise, Curses will often be worth giving out even if trashing cards exist. Your opponents might be able to trash the Curses before the game ends to avoid the VP loss, but the short term damage of slowing down their draws by filling them with Curses will already be done. As an example, Old WitchOld Witch.jpg gives out Curses but also gives your opponents an opportunity to trash them, with your opponents frequently having few Curses left in the deck by scoring time. Old WitchOld Witch.jpg is a strong card that players tend to acquire early into the game, because the immediate effect of putting Curses into your opponents’ early shuffles is so highly valued, even if the harm dissipates later.

Curse counts as a pile when determining the end of the game. In games with a Cursing attack, the Curse pile often empties or is brought low, bringing the game closer to a three-pile ending. Sometimes, a player with a large VP lead and ample +Buy may buy out the remaining Curses to end the game. Players may also buy Curse in certain situations to add another differently-named card for FairgroundsFairgrounds.jpg or MuseumMuseum.jpg, or to take the VP from Defiled ShrineDefiled Shrine.jpg.

Versions

English versions

Print Digital Text Release Date
Curse -1VP Dominion 1st Edition October 2008
First edition version, with art never implemented -1VP Base Cards June 2012
Curse Curse from Shuffle iT -1VP Dominion 2nd Edition October 2016

Other language versions

Language Name Print Digital Text
Chinese 詛咒 (pron. zǔzhòu)
Czech Kletba
Dutch Vloek
Finnish Kirous
French Malédiction
German Fluch German Version -1VP
Greek Κατάρα
Hungarian Átok
Italian Maledizione
Japanese 呪い (pron. noroi)
Korean 저주 (pron. jeoju)
Norwegian Forbannelse
Polish Klątwa
Romanian Blestem
Russian Проклятие (pron. proklyatiye)
Spanish Maldición

Trivia

Official card art.

- Curse is the only card in Dominion that gives negative victory points. Until EmpiresEmpires.jpg, with the addition of Landmarks, it was also the only effect in the game that gave negative victory points. - Curse is the only card type with a single representative, the only card with the Curse type, and the only card whose name is also a type.

Secret History

Originally this was a "Token" (you know, on the bottom line). There were both Curse and Confusion cards, and I wanted a name that didn't suggest a penalty, since who knows, maybe I would eventually make a non-penalty card like that. And I felt like maybe I would want to refer to these cards, so they needed a category. But with just Curse, and no need to refer to the cards, the name "Token" just looked weird. "Curse" was the easy out. It isn't a Victory card because that would cause some poor card interactions eventually.

Pre-development, you could get Curses from the trash. Also treasures. I forgot all about that when doing that BGN interview; this is another change Valerie and Dale made. They changed it to, once trashed, gone forever. My original thought was, I would have an infinite pile of Silvers if I could, but it's a physical game so what can you do. Getting them from the trash stretched out the supply just slightly. But it's simpler not to, nice to have those piles count towards the end condition, and man getting hit 10 times with Witch (the maximum if there's no Moat) is plenty.

The total number of Curses also changed. For a while there were 45. You could really get Cursed bad. Also you didn't always vary the pile size with the number of players. That's there of course to stop Witch from getting ridiculous with 2 players (or from being negligible with 4, if you fix it for 2).


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