- Why do you not think kingdom Treasures can be Vanilla? Harem doesn't have any text - only icons. It's as Vanilla as it gets.
- I guess my thought process was, Kingdom cards are Actions by default; for a Kingdom card to not be an Action card is inherently a non-vanilla situation. But I see where you're coming from too. (Also, I think wiki etiquette is to continue discussions on the same page they started on.) Ajd (talk) 22:39, 16 June 2013 (EDT)
- I wasn't sure about that, since why would you get a notification about my page changing? And I would disagree with the notion of a default Kingdom type - sure, most of them are Actions, but that doesn't mean the standard Kingdom card is an Action. Werothegreat (talk) 22:58, 16 June 2013 (EDT)
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I'm not sure I agree with some of your other decisions here.... I don't think it makes sense to categorically exclude deck inspectors from the list of sifters; I don't think anyone would say that Cartographer, for instance, from the class of "sifters". And Digger doesn't make a good article title, since it's not a term people actually use very much; Donald X uses "digging" as a verb for what Adventurer and Golem and so on do, but I don't think "digger" as a class of cards is a commonly-used term. Ajd (talk) 04:05, 17 June 2013 (EDT)
- Should the article be titled "Digging" then? It's a recognized category of cards, and we have to call it something. As for sifters/inspectors - there is a difference between what, say, Warehouse does, and what, say, Cartographer does. Cartographer does sift, but it does so on your deck, and has more in common with Scout and the like than it does with Inn and Embassy. I'm not comfortable with having deck inspectors as a sub-category of sifters. Werothegreat (talk) 11:12, 17 June 2013 (EDT)