Editing Rebuild

Jump to: navigation, search

Warning: You are not logged in.

Your IP address will be recorded in this page's edit history.
The edit can be undone. Please check the comparison below to verify that this is what you want to do, and then save the changes below to finish undoing the edit.
Latest revision Your text
Line 32: Line 32:
 
Remember that you only start (normally) with three Victory cards in your deck – if you Rebuild them fully, you’ll only have three Provinces.  Therefore, you need to help your Rebuild out by throwing a couple Duchies (or, if you’re having trouble fielding {{Cost|5}}, Estates) its way.  Just one or two can help you get the better end of the Province split.
 
Remember that you only start (normally) with three Victory cards in your deck – if you Rebuild them fully, you’ll only have three Provinces.  Therefore, you need to help your Rebuild out by throwing a couple Duchies (or, if you’re having trouble fielding {{Cost|5}}, Estates) its way.  Just one or two can help you get the better end of the Province split.
  
Also note that Rebuild will discard your [[Action|Actions]] and [[Treasure|Treasures]], so don’t develop an attachment to them.  Just think of it as express cycling.  In fact, Rebuild’s nature means that you won’t need as many Treasures.  Most decks are oriented around the need to field {{Cost|8}} (or {{Cost|11}}) every turn in order to get Provinces (or Colonies).  You’ll be getting Provinces through your Rebuilds, so, like a {{Card|Duke}} deck, your deck should be oriented to field {{Cost|5}}, so you can pick up Rebuilds and Duchies.
+
Also note that Rebuild will discard your [[Action]]s and [[Treasure]]s, so don’t develop an attachment to them.  Just think of it as express cycling.  In fact, Rebuild’s nature means that you won’t need as many Treasures.  Most decks are oriented around the need to field {{Cost|8}} (or {{Cost|11}}) every turn in order to get Provinces (or Colonies).  You’ll be getting Provinces through your Rebuilds, so, like a {{Card|Duke}} deck, your deck should be oriented to field {{Cost|5}}, so you can pick up Rebuilds and Duchies.
  
 
=== Is there anything else I can do to help my Rebuild? ===
 
=== Is there anything else I can do to help my Rebuild? ===
Line 138: Line 138:
 
With the Duchy pile, the remaining sources of {{VP}} are limited. Unless there are alt-VP cards or {{VP}} tokens, it's down to the Provinces and the Estates. Each player wants to Rebuild his Duchies, but he also has extra production to use along the way. He can use that production for of any of of three major post-Duchy strategies:
 
With the Duchy pile, the remaining sources of {{VP}} are limited. Unless there are alt-VP cards or {{VP}} tokens, it's down to the Provinces and the Estates. Each player wants to Rebuild his Duchies, but he also has extra production to use along the way. He can use that production for of any of of three major post-Duchy strategies:
  
'''1. Turbo Rebuild:''' Add Rebuilds and [[sifter|sifters]] to rebuild your Duchies quickly
+
'''1. Turbo Rebuild:''' Add Rebuilds and [[sifter]]s to rebuild your Duchies quickly
  
 
There are 8 Duchies in play and 8 Provinces to be gained. Every time a Province gets bought or trashed by Rebuild, another Duchy's dreams die. With Turbo Rebuild, your goal is to make it the other guy's Duchies that don't get turned into Provinces.
 
There are 8 Duchies in play and 8 Provinces to be gained. Every time a Province gets bought or trashed by Rebuild, another Duchy's dreams die. With Turbo Rebuild, your goal is to make it the other guy's Duchies that don't get turned into Provinces.

Please note that all contributions to DominionStrategy Wiki are considered to be released under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike (see DominionStrategy Wiki:Copyrights for details). If you do not want your writing to be edited mercilessly and redistributed at will, then do not submit it here.
You are also promising us that you wrote this yourself, or copied it from a public domain or similar free resource. Do not submit copyrighted work without permission!

Cancel | Editing help (opens in new window)
Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Views
Actions
Navigation
Toolbox