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'''Engine''' is an archetypical deck structure which aims to buy many [[Action]] cards and chain them together each turn. It is often contrasted with a [[Big Money]] strategy which seeks to buy mostly [[Treasure|Treasures]] and only a few supporting Actions. To build an engine you generally need a [[Village (card category)|village]], [[terminal draw]], and some sort of [[payload]], which can include cards that help you get more cards (either a [[gainer]] or card offering [[+Buy]]), as well as [[trasher|trashers]] and [[Attack]] cards. You can also build an engine from only buying [[non-terminal]] actions: these include [[Combo: Hunting Party and terminal silver|Hunting Party + X]] and {{Card|Minion}}.
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'''Engine''' is an archetypical deck structure which aims to buy many [[Action]] cards and chain them together each turn. It is often contrasted with a [[Big Money]] strategy which seeks to buy mostly [[Treasure|Treasures]] and only a few supporting Actions. To build an engine you generally need a [[Village (card category)|village]], [[terminal draw]], and some sort of [[payload]], which can include cards that help you get more cards (either a [[gainer]] or card offering [[+Buy]]), as well as [[trasher]]s and [[Attack]] cards. You can also build an engine from only buying [[non-terminal]] actions: these include [[Combo: Hunting Party and terminal silver|Hunting Party + X]] and {{Card|Minion}}.
  
 
== Types of Engines ==
 
== Types of Engines ==

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