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In most games, each player starts the game with three Estates. In games using Kingdom cards from [[Dark Ages]], these starting Estates may be replaced with [[Shelter]]s.
 
In most games, each player starts the game with three Estates. In games using Kingdom cards from [[Dark Ages]], these starting Estates may be replaced with [[Shelter]]s.
  
==Impact of Estate During The Game==
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== Impact of Estate During The Game ==
===Early Game ===
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=== Early Game ===
 
Because of Estate's low VP value and inability to contribute to buying power, Estates are typically a liability during the early phase of the game. Managing this factor is a key part of strategy in the early game.
 
Because of Estate's low VP value and inability to contribute to buying power, Estates are typically a liability during the early phase of the game. Managing this factor is a key part of strategy in the early game.
=====Trashing=====
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===== Trashing =====
 
Estates are typically the main target for trashing during the early game: they are more of a liability to your deck than [[Copper]], and their higher cost makes them more attractive to [[trash-for-benefit]] cards. Fast trashing allows you to quickly ramp up your buying power by removing the unproductive Estates from your deck. The added buying power is usually enough to overcome the loss of your starting 3VP. It is because of this that strong trashers such as {{Card|Chapel}}, {{Card|Remake}}, and {{Card|Ambassador}} are regarded as powerful cards.
 
Estates are typically the main target for trashing during the early game: they are more of a liability to your deck than [[Copper]], and their higher cost makes them more attractive to [[trash-for-benefit]] cards. Fast trashing allows you to quickly ramp up your buying power by removing the unproductive Estates from your deck. The added buying power is usually enough to overcome the loss of your starting 3VP. It is because of this that strong trashers such as {{Card|Chapel}}, {{Card|Remake}}, and {{Card|Ambassador}} are regarded as powerful cards.
=====Sifting=====
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===== Sifting =====
 
A slightly less attractive option (compared to trashing) is sifting. Cards such as {{Card|Cellar}}, {{Card|Warehouse}}, or even {{Card|Oasis}} will typically allow the player to replace the Estates in their hand with more useful cards. Sifters also allow you to cycle your deck a little faster, allowing you to access your more powerful {{Cost|5}} cards or Gold more often.
 
A slightly less attractive option (compared to trashing) is sifting. Cards such as {{Card|Cellar}}, {{Card|Warehouse}}, or even {{Card|Oasis}} will typically allow the player to replace the Estates in their hand with more useful cards. Sifters also allow you to cycle your deck a little faster, allowing you to access your more powerful {{Cost|5}} cards or Gold more often.
  
=====Gaining Estates=====
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===== Gaining Estates =====
 
There are a few cases where you might actually want an Estate in your deck early in the game, possibly even gaining an Estate or two.
 
There are a few cases where you might actually want an Estate in your deck early in the game, possibly even gaining an Estate or two.
 
* Rush Strategies - It is common to see Estates gained quite early during Gardens or Silk Road rushes. Because the player anticipates the game will end soon, each VP gained is valuable. Additionally, a player's deck in a rush strategy often becomes bloated and unfocused anyway, so the drawback of having an extra Estate is not as critical.
 
* Rush Strategies - It is common to see Estates gained quite early during Gardens or Silk Road rushes. Because the player anticipates the game will end soon, each VP gained is valuable. Additionally, a player's deck in a rush strategy often becomes bloated and unfocused anyway, so the drawback of having an extra Estate is not as critical.
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* {{Card|Trade Route|Trade Route}}, {{Card|Hoard}} - Though it is not always a productive play, players will occasionally purchase an early game Estate to either power up their Trade Route or to gain a {{Card|Gold}} if they have Hoard in play.
 
* {{Card|Trade Route|Trade Route}}, {{Card|Hoard}} - Though it is not always a productive play, players will occasionally purchase an early game Estate to either power up their Trade Route or to gain a {{Card|Gold}} if they have Hoard in play.
  
===Late Game===
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=== Late Game ===
 
Estates low VP value means that they typically take a back seat to Provinces and Duchies for late game purchases. Estates are typically at their most valuable when they are able to act as tiebreaking points.
 
Estates low VP value means that they typically take a back seat to Provinces and Duchies for late game purchases. Estates are typically at their most valuable when they are able to act as tiebreaking points.
=====+Buy and Gainers=====   
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===== +Buy and Gainers =====   
 
Having spare buys or a way to gain extra cards allows you to grab an extra point that could serve as the tiebreaker. Additionally, the extra Estate can occasionally help a trailing player catch up to the leader.  
 
Having spare buys or a way to gain extra cards allows you to grab an extra point that could serve as the tiebreaker. Additionally, the extra Estate can occasionally help a trailing player catch up to the leader.  
=====3 Pile Endings=====
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===== 3 Pile Endings =====
 
For fast games ending on 3 piles, it is fairly common to see the ending score sit at 4-3 or 1-0. If it seems like piles are emptying quickly, consider picking up an Estate or two so that you have points in your deck should the game end in the near future.
 
For fast games ending on 3 piles, it is fairly common to see the ending score sit at 4-3 or 1-0. If it seems like piles are emptying quickly, consider picking up an Estate or two so that you have points in your deck should the game end in the near future.
  
==Cards Which Interact With Estate==
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== Cards Which Interact With Estate ==
===Direct Interactions ===
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=== Direct Interactions ===
 
* {{Card|Baron}} - Baron allows you the option to discard an Estate from your hand. If you do, you get +{{Cost|4}}. If not, you gain an Estate.
 
* {{Card|Baron}} - Baron allows you the option to discard an Estate from your hand. If you do, you get +{{Cost|4}}. If not, you gain an Estate.
 
* {{Card|Followers}} - Playing a Followers gains you an Estate.
 
* {{Card|Followers}} - Playing a Followers gains you an Estate.
 
* {{Card|Hunting Grounds|Hunting Grounds}} - Trashing a Hunting Grounds allows you the option of gaining 3 Estates.
 
* {{Card|Hunting Grounds|Hunting Grounds}} - Trashing a Hunting Grounds allows you the option of gaining 3 Estates.
  
===Indirect Interactions ===
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=== Indirect Interactions ===
 
* {{Card|Ambassador|Ambassador}}, {{Card|Bureaucrat}}, {{Card|Fortune Teller}}, {{Card|Jester}}, {{Card|Rabble}} - These attack cards will typically target Estates in their efforts to slow an opponent's deck.
 
* {{Card|Ambassador|Ambassador}}, {{Card|Bureaucrat}}, {{Card|Fortune Teller}}, {{Card|Jester}}, {{Card|Rabble}} - These attack cards will typically target Estates in their efforts to slow an opponent's deck.
 
* {{Card|Crossroads|}}, {{Card|Hoard}}, {{Card|Scout}}, {{Card|Trade Route}}, {{Card|Transmute}} - Estate's Victory card type allows you to trigger or increase the benefits of these cards.
 
* {{Card|Crossroads|}}, {{Card|Hoard}}, {{Card|Scout}}, {{Card|Trade Route}}, {{Card|Transmute}} - Estate's Victory card type allows you to trigger or increase the benefits of these cards.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:17, 11 November 2012

Estate
Estate.jpg
Info
Cost $
Type(s) Victory
Kingdom card? No
Set BaseDominion icon.png
Illustrator(s) Martin Hoffmann
Card text
1VP

Estate is a basic Victory card included in all games of Dominion. At $2, Estate is the cheapest Victory card in the supply and (at 1 VP) is almost always the one worth the least number of victory points. In a typical game a player will not want to buy too many Estates, as the VP gained is often not worth the space in your deck.

In most games, each player starts the game with three Estates. In games using Kingdom cards from Dark Ages, these starting Estates may be replaced with Shelters.

Contents

Impact of Estate During The Game

Early Game

Because of Estate's low VP value and inability to contribute to buying power, Estates are typically a liability during the early phase of the game. Managing this factor is a key part of strategy in the early game.

Trashing

Estates are typically the main target for trashing during the early game: they are more of a liability to your deck than Copper, and their higher cost makes them more attractive to trash-for-benefit cards. Fast trashing allows you to quickly ramp up your buying power by removing the unproductive Estates from your deck. The added buying power is usually enough to overcome the loss of your starting 3VP. It is because of this that strong trashers such as ChapelChapel.jpg, RemakeRemake.jpg, and AmbassadorAmbassador.jpg are regarded as powerful cards.

Sifting

A slightly less attractive option (compared to trashing) is sifting. Cards such as CellarCellar.jpg, WarehouseWarehouse.jpg, or even OasisOasis.jpg will typically allow the player to replace the Estates in their hand with more useful cards. Sifters also allow you to cycle your deck a little faster, allowing you to access your more powerful $5 cards or Gold more often.

Gaining Estates

There are a few cases where you might actually want an Estate in your deck early in the game, possibly even gaining an Estate or two.

  • Rush Strategies - It is common to see Estates gained quite early during Gardens or Silk Road rushes. Because the player anticipates the game will end soon, each VP gained is valuable. Additionally, a player's deck in a rush strategy often becomes bloated and unfocused anyway, so the drawback of having an extra Estate is not as critical.
  • BaronBaron.jpg - Baron often acts as a 'slingshot' card, allowing the player to quickly increase their buying power to the $6-$7 range. To achieve this a Baron needs to connect with an Estate. Even with heavy trashing available, players will occasionally choose to keep some/all starting Estates so that their Baron can remain productive.
  • Trade RouteTrade Route.jpg, HoardHoard.jpg - Though it is not always a productive play, players will occasionally purchase an early game Estate to either power up their Trade Route or to gain a GoldGold.jpg if they have Hoard in play.

Late Game

Estates low VP value means that they typically take a back seat to Provinces and Duchies for late game purchases. Estates are typically at their most valuable when they are able to act as tiebreaking points.

+Buy and Gainers

Having spare buys or a way to gain extra cards allows you to grab an extra point that could serve as the tiebreaker. Additionally, the extra Estate can occasionally help a trailing player catch up to the leader.

3 Pile Endings

For fast games ending on 3 piles, it is fairly common to see the ending score sit at 4-3 or 1-0. If it seems like piles are emptying quickly, consider picking up an Estate or two so that you have points in your deck should the game end in the near future.

Cards Which Interact With Estate

Direct Interactions

  • BaronBaron.jpg - Baron allows you the option to discard an Estate from your hand. If you do, you get +$4. If not, you gain an Estate.
  • FollowersFollowers.jpg - Playing a Followers gains you an Estate.
  • Hunting GroundsHunting Grounds.jpg - Trashing a Hunting Grounds allows you the option of gaining 3 Estates.

Indirect Interactions


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