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==== Other synergistic trashers ====
 
==== Other synergistic trashers ====
  
{{Card|Junk Dealer}} does well with Rats.  Not as well as the Big Three, given that Rats and Junk Dealer fill similar roles.  But getting a +1 Card along with the rest of Junk Dealer is a pretty nice addition.  {{Card|Forge}} might have you thinking to turn two Rats into a Province, which is a cute trick, but if you’re ready to green anyway, that {{Cost|7}} might be better spent on a Gold.  Also, that whole trick becomes much harder to pull off with {{Card|Colony|Colonies}}.  Perhaps the greatest combo here is with {{Card|Death Cart}} – turn all those Coppers and Estates/Shelters into Actions you’re absolutely glad to get rid of every time. In the fashion of the Bishop, there is a cute interaction between Rats and {{Event|Ritual}} (from Dominion: Empires). Because Ritual is an Event, you don't need to draw Rats with another card, you just have to buy the Event with a Rats in hand. This way you can easily pile out the Curse and the Rats piles while getting loads of {{VP}} [[Victory token|tokens]], and then empty the pile with the fewest cards left.
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{{Card|Junk Dealer}} does well with Rats.  Not as well as the Big Three, given that Rats and Junk Dealer fill similar roles.  But getting a +1 Card along with the rest of Junk Dealer is a pretty nice addition.  {{Card|Forge}} might have you thinking to turn two Rats into a Province, which is a cute trick, but if you’re ready to green anyway, that {{Cost|7}} might be better spent on a Gold.  Also, that whole trick becomes much harder to pull off with {{Card|Colony|Colonies}}.  Perhaps the greatest combo here is with {{Card|Death Cart}} – turn all those Coppers and Estates/Shelters into Actions you’re absolutely glad to get rid of every time. In the fashion of the Bishop, there is a cute interaction between Rats and {{Event|Ritual}} (from Dominion: Empires). Because Ritual is an Event, you don't need to draw Rats with another card, you just have to buy the Event with a Rats in hand. This way you can easily pile out the Curse and the Rats piles while getting loads of {{VP}} [[Victory token|tokens]], and then empty the pile with the fewer cards left.
  
 
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