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Type Small Expansion
Icon Alchemy icon.png
Cards 150
122 (12 sets)
Release May 2010
Cover artist Claus Stefan
Official Rulebook PDF

Alchemy is the third expansion to Base Dominion by Donald X. Vaccarino, released in 2010 by publisher Rio Grande Games. The box contains 12 sets of Kingdom cards, and 1 basic card. The main themes of the set are PotionsPotion.jpg and Actions, featuring the only cards in the game with P in their cost, and many cards encouraging decks filled with Action cards.


[edit] Contents

[edit] Basic Supply cards

[edit] Kingdom cards

[edit] Additional rules

[edit] Preparation

  • After you choose 10 Kingdom cards for the Supply, if any of them have P in the cost, add the Potion pile to the Supply. Also add the Potion pile if you are using the promotional card Black MarketBlack Market.jpg, and the Black Market deck includes at least one card with P in the cost. If you don't have any cards with P in the cost in the Supply or in the Black Market deck, do not use the PotionPotion.jpg pile in this game.
  • When you have a PotionPotion.jpg pile, put all 16 PotionsPotion.jpg in it, no matter how many players there are. In games using this pile, if the pile becomes empty, that will count towards the game ending condition, like any other Supply pile.

[edit] Potion

  • Potion is a new Basic Treasure card. It costs $4, and when played produces P rather than $. P is a new resource, with no equivalent in $. You get a single P per PotionPotion.jpg played.
  • To buy a card with P in the cost, you need P. For example to buy an AlchemistAlchemist.jpg, which costs $3P, you need both $3 and P. You could play a GoldGold.jpg and a PotionPotion.jpg, then buy AlchemistAlchemist.jpg with the $3 and P they produced. To buy two AlchemistsAlchemist.jpg in one turn, you need $6 and two P (and a +Buy). As with $, any unspent P is lost at end of turn (but you will still have the PotionPotion.jpg itself to replay for P on future turns).
  • Some cards refer to how much a card costs. Adding P to a cost gives you a higher cost; $3P is more than $3. More specifically:
    • References to cards costing “up to” some cost only include P if P is in the given cost. If P is in the cost, you can drop the P and that is still "up to", but you cannot add P if it is not there.
      • Example: UniversityUniversity.jpg gains an Action card costing up to $5; it cannot gain a card with P in the cost. However if you use RemodelRemodel.jpg to trash a card costing $2P, you gain a card costing up to $4P, which could be a card costing $4P, $4, $3P, $3, and on down to $0.
    • Adding coins to a cost does not affect P being in the cost or not. If P was in the cost, it still is; if it was not, it still is not. Same with subtracting coins from a cost.
      • Example: RemodelRemodel.jpg allows you to gain a card costing up to $2 more than the trashed card. Trashing a card that costs $2 would not let you gain a card costing $4P using RemodelRemodel.jpg. BridgeBridge.jpg makes cards cost $1 less this turn. This lowers the cost of a card costing $4P to $3P. It does nothing to the cost of a card costing just P.
    • References to cards costing some number of $ “or more” include cards with or without P in the cost.
    • References to a cost range in $ does not include cards with P in the cost.
      • Example: RogueRogue.jpg (from Dominion: Dark AgesDark Ages.jpg) can trash a card costing from $3 to $6. That means cards costing exactly $3, $4, $5, or $6. None of those have P in the cost.
    • Cards which look at the cost of a card in $ do not do anything with P.
      • Example: SalvagerSalvager.jpg (from Dominion: SeasideSeaside.jpg) trashes a card, and produces +$1 per $1 the card cost. If you trash a card costing $3P, you will just get +$3.
    • Cards which check if two costs are the same include P if it is there.
      • Example: SwindlerSwindler.jpg (from Dominion: IntrigueIntrigue.jpg) trashes a card, and has the player who lost it gain a card with the same cost. If SwindlerSwindler.jpg trashes a card costing $3P, that player will gain another card costing exactly $3P.

[edit] Flavor text

There are strange things going on in your basement laboratories. They keep calling up for more barrels of quicksilver, or bits of your hair. It's all in the name of progress. They're looking for a way to turn lead into gold, or at least into something better than lead. That lead had just been too good of a bargain to pass up; you didn't think where you would put all the lead or what you will do with the lead. Well that will all be sorted out. They're also looking for a universal solvent. If they manage that one, you will take whatever they use to hold it in and build a castle out of it. A castle that can't be dissolved! Now that's progress.

[edit] Mechanics

This is the 3rd expansion to Dominion. It adds 12 new Kingdom cards to Dominion, plus a new resource, PotionsPotion.jpg.

[edit] Cards gallery

[edit] Basic cards


[edit] Kingdom cards

Transmute.jpgVineyard.jpgHerbalist.jpgApothecary.jpgScrying Pool.jpgUniversity.jpgAlchemist.jpgFamiliar.jpgPhilosopher's Stone.jpgGolem.jpgApprentice.jpgPossession.jpg

[edit] Impact

Due to the Actions theme of this set, most of these cards are excellent for engines. That said, the awkwardness of the PotionPotion.jpg cost can discourage some players from pursuing strategies with Alchemy cards. Because of this awkwardness, players often choose Alchemy as their least favorite expansion, and Donald X. has stated that it's highly unlikely he'll revisit PotionsPotion.jpg as a mechanic, mainly for this very reason. However, the set does have supporters, and once actually in your deck, most of the cards are quite powerful and fun to play with.

[edit] Theme

Game designer Donald X. offered some insight into some themes of the set here.

[edit] Engines

  • VineyardVineyard.jpg - Not an engine part, but greatly rewards engine players, as engine decks tend to consist of mostly Actions
  • ApothecaryApothecary.jpg - Clears out CoppersCopper.jpg and PotionsPotion.jpg from the top of your deck, making your engine more efficient
  • Scrying PoolScrying Pool.jpg - The ultimate engine card, one of these can draw your entire deck in the right circumstances
  • UniversityUniversity.jpg - Good for quickly gaining engine pieces, though it becomes much less useful in the endgame, barring Vineyards
  • AlchemistAlchemist.jpg - A LaboratoryLaboratory.jpg that can be SchemedScheme.jpg every turn - an engine unto itself
  • FamiliarFamiliar.jpg - A cantrip curser
  • GolemGolem.jpg - Seeks out Actions to play in your deck
  • ApprenticeApprentice.jpg - An excellent trasher; trashing and non-terminal card draw are always good for an engine

[edit] Potion

The addition of the PotionPotion.jpg cost has notable effects:

  • Slightly longer games if all players go for PotionPotion.jpg-based strategies
  • Potion strategies can be easily thwarted by trashing attacks or EmbargoEmbargo.jpg - if your Potion is trashed, or the Potion-cost card is Embargoed, you may have to change your strategy
  • Interesting interactions with cost-caring cards

[edit] Possession

PossessionPossession.jpg is (if you take P to be worth a little more than $2) the most expensive Action card in the game, and the card with the longest FAQ to date. It gives an extra turn like OutpostOutpost.jpg, but the only limitation on the number of turns you get is how many times you can play PossessionPossession.jpg, rather than the artificial cap Outpost has. It features often in combos, and is one of the more hated cards in the game, mostly due to the fact that it allows another player to use your deck.

[edit] Trivia

Alchemy introduced the smallest number of different Kingdom cards of any set, containing only 12. It is also the smallest set to introduce a Basic card.

[edit] In other languages

  • Chinese: 煉金術士 (pron. liànjīn shùshì, lit. alchemist)
  • Czech: Alchymie
  • Dutch: De Alchemisten (lit. the alchemists)
  • Finnish: Alkemia
  • French: Alchimie
  • German: Die Alchemisten (lit. the alchemists), Alchemisten
  • Italian: Alchimia
  • Japanese: 錬金術 (pron. renkinjutsu)
  • Russian: Алхимия (pron. alkhimiya)
  • Spanish: Alquimia

[edit] Secret History

At first there were just a bunch of cards. One day I decided, okay, these are the main set, these are the first expansion, these are the second expansion. I divided everything up based on mechanical themes. This much, you know.

Then I made some other games. My friends just wanted to play Dominion though. Okay; I could make some more expansions. I made a 3rd, then a 4th, then a 5th. That's where things stood when I showed the game to Jay at Origins. During development of the main set I made some more cards, and reconfigured everything I had into 8 smaller sets. Then I rereconfigured them into 6 large sets. The original 2nd set ended up as two full sets (it had two themes and I split them up). The original 5th set ended up 6th.

After we finished working on SeasideSeaside.jpg, we moved on to the 3rd set. We finished that up, or so we thought, and were soon to begin work on the 4th set.

Meanwhile, people were clamoring for smaller sets. And when I say people I don't mean players, although maybe they were too; I mean, some of the publishers of the game wanted smaller sets. They talked to Jay and Jay talked to me; maybe we should do some small sets here too. Not that we wouldn't keep doing the large ones. But you know. Give the people something that's not the full price of the main game. And the ideal timing would be, next. It would squeeze ahead of the now-misnumbered 3rd expansion.

Since we had just finished the set that was due, shortly before it was due, there wasn't much time. In order to have something that was as polished as possible, as soon as possible, it had to be a subset of one of the existing large sets. Only the 6th set leant itself to this. It had a theme that was just the right size and could stand by itself, and a sub-theme that could be expanded for another small set. And the set was missing some cards, due to stealing them for earlier sets, so it didn't feel like I was breaking up something finished.

So I broke up the 6th set. The PotionsPotion.jpg part went into this set, Alchemy. I did actually get some advance warning, and started working on it before Essen; then at Essen we worked out that it was in fact going to happen, and that I could have it ready about when they wanted it, although not quite that fast. I demanded an extra month, and then when the time came I got 10 more days, although that last stretch was just spent working on the rulebook and deciding which HerbalistHerbalist.jpg to use.

In its original 5th-set form, Alchemy was 20 cards (7 with potionPotion.jpg in the cost). It went down to 16 when everything did, and up to 25 (but unfinished) when I went to 6 sets. When I broke it up, at first it was 10 cards plus PotionPotion.jpg, but the number of printed cards was going to be 100 or 150, so it went up to 12 cards plus PotionPotion.jpg, since going up was way better than going down.

Two cards in the set do not have PotionPotion.jpg in the cost (besides PotionPotion.jpg itself). In games using lots of cards from Alchemy, you will not always have a card at any particular cost. The most important cost is $5. So the set has a $5. Then it has a $2 because it's nice to have one of those. At $3 and $4 you have Silver and Potion, and if there are a lot of Alchemy cards then people will be pulled in that direction anyway (though obviously sometimes some other start will be better).

"Has a potionPotion.jpg in its cost" is not actually a huge connection functionally, so I supplemented the main theme with a "cares about actions" sub-theme.

When I came up with Dominion, I figured it would have multiple resources. When I actually made it, I went with one resource, because it was simpler. I could always add another resource in an expansion. With Alchemy I finally got around to doing that. Originally I was thinking it would be Reagents or Mandrake or something. I didn't find a good enough picture to use for such a card, so I went with PotionsPotion.jpg. That's how these decisions get made.

The second copy of Dominion was Kelly Bailey's (cheepicus on these forums). He renamed some of the cards, redid all the graphics, changed a few cards, and added some of his own. He took most of the cards from all of the expansions I had, but did not take the cards with PotionPotion.jpg in the cost from Alchemy. He figured, he was shuffling everything together, and some games he would just turn over one card with PotionPotion.jpg in the cost. Do you buy PotionPotion.jpg just to get that one card? He thought not.

So I always knew this was an issue. The cards had to be worth buying multiple copies of. They had to be compelling. With just one out, you had to still consider buying PotionPotion.jpg to get it. So that's why the set has so many +1 action cards, and then a victory card and a treasure; it's all stuff you want as much of as you can get.

And what, if you want you can just guarantee that you always have a few of them at once - say, once you've dealt out 8 cards from your randomizer deck, if you have any Alchemy cards, make sure the next two are also from Alchemy (by digging for them), and if you don't, make sure the next two also aren't Alchemy cards. Put the cards you skip over back on top of the randomizer deck. This way you see everything just as often as you would have (in the long run), but the Alchemy cards end up clumped together. Or if, like me, you don't manage to carry every expansion to the place you're playing, you can just specifically play with 3 cards from Alchemy on the nights that you bring it. Or whatever. There are lots of ways to manage this. I realize some BGG people are hung up on this point and well it's not hard. If you don't want to just see one card with potionPotion.jpg in the cost out, and also want to see Alchemy cards as often as everything else, determined randomly, you can do it.

Now, some outtakes. There were several cards (including three GolemGolem.jpgs, and the other HerbalistHerbalist.jpg) that didn't work out but which I may be able to rescue for a future set. So those will have to remain a mystery.

- There was an attack, "Gain a GoldGold.jpg, each other player gains a CurseCurse.jpg." I liked how simple and compelling it was. It tended to be either too weak or too strong though, depending on how quickly you got it. I also didn't like having two cursing attacks in the set. In games with Alchemy, there were just always CurseCurse.jpgs. And they work against all of the chaining actions in the set.

- There was an attack that didn't work out, which I changed and put in another set, where it also failed to work out. I still have hope!

- There was a card that added 2 to numbers in another card's text. It was a wacky thing that was too scary rules-wise to let out. I was especially worried that it might do different things in different languages. I tried a couple versions of it, but it never really had a chance.

- There was a treasure that I stole for an earlier set which will now be a later set. That'll learn me.

- There was the RemodelRemodel.jpg that TransmuteTransmute.jpg replaced.

- There was a card that turned anything into a PotionPotion.jpg, or a PotionPotion.jpg into anything for $6 or less. At some point I realized I couldn't have anything so dependent on PotionPotion.jpg (without P in its cost), since people just shuffling everything into one randomizer deck would turn over these cards with no Potion-costers.

- Similarly there was a card that let you discard a PotionPotion.jpg card for an effect, or get a P symbol to spend. What PotionPotion.jpgs produce. You know. And there was a RemodelRemodel.jpg that could add the potion symbol to a cost.

- There was a card that drew you cards equal to another card's cost, without trashing it. It had more to it than that, but still overlapped too much with ApprenticeApprentice.jpg.

That leaves a residue of cards that I can't tell you about or that you already know about. There were a few cards that turned into cards I will tell you about in the Secret History of the next small set, which started out as the non-potion half of Alchemy but ended up much different. There were a few cards that aren't in sets but could still make it somewhere, so there's nothing much to say there. There were a couple cards that mutated into cards coming in other later sets. Then there are cards that are already out in other sets: Pearl DiverPearl Diver.jpg, FestivalFestival.jpg, LibraryLibrary.jpg, and Sea HagSea Hag.jpg all started in Alchemy; BridgeBridge.jpg started in a later version of Alchemy, and Wishing WellWishing Well.jpg was in Alchemy at some point; the "trash your hand" outtake from Seaside was in Alchemy, as were the card once called MilitiaMilitia.jpg that's not in the main set, and the Village with them discarding instead of you drawing that also isn't in the main set.

And that's that!

[edit] Retrospective (2012)

The first big thing is that, I knew some people wouldn't appreciate the potionPotion.jpg resource concept, so I put the expansion last. Then it was bumped up as the only thing I could get out quickly as a small set. I would put it last. This would simplify all of those threads where people ask what order to buy the expansions. The next big thing is that, I knew some people wouldn't appreciate the potionPotion.jpg concept, but did not realize that some people would find the set to be too slow. It has an action-chaining sub-theme, in order to make individual potionPotion.jpg-costing cards good in games where there's only one card to buy with potionsPotion.jpg, and well this leads to longer games. I could potentially have put in two victory cards or treasures or both though, as those are cards you can buy multiples of (another solution to the problem that action-chaining was solving), and tweaked the card mix other ways to reduce either slowness or the perception of slowness.

[edit] Retrospective (2020)

Alchemy is easily the worst. I like PotionPotion.jpgs fine but a lot of people do not. PossessionPossession.jpg is super messed-up. Philosopher's StonePhilosopher's Stone.jpg is awful. TransmuteTransmute.jpg is a nice premise but as priced is awful. HerbalistHerbalist.jpg is pretty weak. Scrying PoolScrying Pool.jpg is nuts and wordier than it had to be, it got the attack grafted on and I'd like it better without it. Some people hate FamiliarFamiliar.jpg. ApprenticeApprentice.jpg is great but has a potion clause just to fit in, and I took it from Hinterlands to have another good card, and man, Hinterlands would have loved it. The set isn't all bad; it has a few great cards, and I would even defend Scrying PoolScrying Pool.jpg in fixed form (crazy but a fun crazy). But, something has to be last and it's Alchemy. My preferred fix for Alchemy is to do new versions of the best ideas in other sets, and then live with RGG keeping it in print, because what can you do, there will always be people who want it.

[edit] Chances of an Alchemy sequel

As I endlessly point out: the important thing to realize is that it isn't "Alchemy II vs. nothing," it's "Alchemy II vs. something else." However much Alchemy II might beat out nothing, it is never beating out something else. There are people who would like more Alchemy; there are more people who would prefer something else. And I'm one of them! I'd prefer something else. So.

[edit] Recommended sets of 10

[edit] Alchemy & Dominion

Forbidden Arts [images]
Apprentice Familiar Possession University Bandit
Apprentice.jpg Familiar.jpg Possession.jpg University.jpg Bandit.jpg
Cellar.jpg Council Room.jpg Gardens.jpg Laboratory.jpg Throne Room.jpg
Cellar Council Room Gardens Laboratory Throne Room
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Mixers [images]
Alchemist Apothecary Golem Herbalist Transmute
Alchemist.jpg Apothecary.jpg Golem.jpg Herbalist.jpg Transmute.jpg
Cellar.jpg Festival.jpg Militia.jpg Poacher.jpg Smithy.jpg
Cellar Festival Militia Poacher Smithy
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Chemistry Lesson [images]
Alchemist Golem Philosopher's Stone University Bureaucrat
Alchemist.jpg Golem.jpg Philosopher's Stone.jpg University.jpg Bureaucrat.jpg
Market.jpg Moat.jpg Remodel.jpg Vassal.jpg Witch.jpg
Market Moat Remodel Vassal Witch
Landscapes and Additional Cards

[edit] Alchemy & Intrigue

Servants [images]
Golem Possession Scrying Pool Transmute Vineyard
Golem.jpg Possession.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg Transmute.jpg Vineyard.jpg
Conspirator.jpg Mill.jpg Minion.jpg Pawn.jpg Steward.jpg
Conspirator Mill Minion Pawn Steward
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Secret Research [images]
Familiar Herbalist Philosopher's Stone University Bridge
Familiar.jpg Herbalist.jpg Philosopher's Stone.jpg University.jpg Bridge.jpg
Masquerade.jpg Minion.jpg Nobles.jpg Shanty Town.jpg Torturer.jpg
Masquerade Minion Nobles Shanty Town Torturer
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Pools, Tools, and Fools [images]
Apothecary Apprentice Golem Scrying Pool Baron
Apothecary.jpg Apprentice.jpg Golem.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg Baron.jpg
Ironworks.jpg Lurker.jpg Nobles.jpg Trading Post.jpg Wishing Well.jpg
Ironworks Lurker Nobles Trading Post Wishing Well
Landscapes and Additional Cards

[edit] Alchemy & Seaside

Gummed Up [images]
Haven Sailor Sea Chart Sea Witch Warehouse
Haven.jpg Sailor.jpg Sea Chart.jpg Sea Witch.jpg Warehouse.jpg
Apprentice.jpg Familiar.jpg Herbalist.jpg Philosopher's Stone.jpg Vineyard.jpg
Apprentice Familiar Herbalist Philosopher's Stone Vineyard
Landscapes and Additional Cards

[edit] Alchemy & Prosperity

Lower Learning [images]
Anvil Bishop Charlatan Mint Worker's Village
Anvil.jpg Bishop.jpg Charlatan.jpg Mint.jpg Worker's Village.jpg
Peddler.jpg Vault.jpg Familiar.jpg Apprentice.jpg University.jpg
Peddler Vault Familiar Apprentice University
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Platinum Colony
Potion.jpg Platinum.jpg Colony.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Cornucopia & Guilds

Clown College [images]
Candlestick Maker Carnival Jester Herald Infirmary
Candlestick Maker.jpg Carnival.jpg Jester.jpg Herald.jpg Infirmary.jpg
Menagerie.jpg Familiar.jpg Golem.jpg Apothecary.jpg University.jpg
Menagerie Familiar Golem Apothecary University
Landscapes and Additional Cards

[edit] Alchemy & Hinterlands

Schemes and Dreams [images]
Apothecary Apprentice Herbalist Philosopher's Stone Transmute
Apothecary.jpg Apprentice.jpg Herbalist.jpg Philosopher's Stone.jpg Transmute.jpg
Duchess.jpg Fool's Gold.jpg Ill-Gotten Gains.jpg Jack of All Trades.jpg Scheme.jpg
Duchess Fool's Gold Ill-Gotten Gains Jack of All Trades Scheme
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Wine Country [images]
Apprentice Familiar Golem University Vineyard
Apprentice.jpg Familiar.jpg Golem.jpg University.jpg Vineyard.jpg
Crossroads.jpg Farmland.jpg Haggler.jpg Highway.jpg Nomad Camp.jpg
Crossroads Farmland Haggler Highway Nomad Camp
Landscapes and Additional Cards

[edit] Alchemy & Dark Ages

Infestations [images]
Apprentice Scrying Pool Transmute Vineyard Armory
Apprentice.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg Transmute.jpg Vineyard.jpg Armory.jpg
Cultist.jpg Feodum.jpg Market Square.jpg Rats.jpg Wandering Minstrel.jpg
Cultist Feodum Market Square Rats Wandering Minstrel
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Ruins Shelters
Potion.jpg Abandoned Mine.jpg Shelters.jpg
Lamentations [images]
Apothecary Golem Herbalist University Beggar
Apothecary.jpg Golem.jpg Herbalist.jpg University.jpg Beggar.jpg
Catacombs.jpg Counterfeit.jpg Forager.jpg Ironmonger.jpg Pillage.jpg
Catacombs Counterfeit Forager Ironmonger Pillage
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Shelters
Potion.jpg Shelters.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Guilds

Illuminati [images]
Apprentice Golem Philosopher's Stone Scrying Pool University
Apprentice.jpg Golem.jpg Philosopher's Stone.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg University.jpg
Butcher.jpg Herald.jpg Masterpiece.jpg Merchant Guild.jpg Stonemason.jpg
Butcher Herald Masterpiece Merchant Guild Stonemason
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Tonics & Toxins [images]
Alchemist Familiar Herbalist Transmute Vineyard
Alchemist.jpg Familiar.jpg Herbalist.jpg Transmute.jpg Vineyard.jpg
Baker.jpg Candlestick Maker.jpg Doctor.jpg Plaza.jpg Soothsayer.jpg
Baker Candlestick Maker Doctor Plaza Soothsayer
Landscapes and Additional Cards

[edit] Alchemy & Adventures

Haste Potion [images]
Apprentice Scrying Pool Transmute University Vineyard
Apprentice.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg Transmute.jpg University.jpg Vineyard.jpg
Magpie.jpg Messenger.jpg Port.jpg Royal Carriage.jpg Treasure Trove.jpg
Magpie Messenger Port Royal Carriage Treasure Trove
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Plan
Potion.jpg Plan.jpg
Cursecatchers [images]
Apothecary Familiar Golem Herbalist Philosopher's Stone
Apothecary.jpg Familiar.jpg Golem.jpg Herbalist.jpg Philosopher's Stone.jpg
Amulet.jpg Bridge Troll.jpg Caravan Guard.jpg Peasant.jpg Ratcatcher.jpg
Amulet Bridge Troll Caravan Guard Peasant Ratcatcher
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Save Trade
Potion.jpg Save.jpg Trade.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Empires

Collectors [images]
Apothecary Apprentice Herbalist Transmute University
Apothecary.jpg Apprentice.jpg Herbalist.jpg Transmute.jpg University.jpg
City Quarter.jpg Crown.jpg Encampment.jpg Enchantress.jpg Farmers' Market.jpg
City Quarter Crown Encampment Enchantress Farmers' Market
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Colonnade Museum
Potion.jpg Colonnade.jpg Museum.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Nocturne

Nightmare Fuel [images]
Alchemist Apprentice Transmute Vineyard Bard
Alchemist.jpg Apprentice.jpg Transmute.jpg Vineyard.jpg Bard.jpg
Blessed Village.jpg Cemetery.jpg Sacred Grove.jpg Skulk.jpg Tracker.jpg
Blessed Village Cemetery Sacred Grove Skulk Tracker
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Boons Hexes
Potion.jpg Boon-back.jpg Hex-back.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Renaissance

Peek-a-boo [images]
Cargo Ship Improve Lackeys Patron Sculptor
Cargo Ship.jpg Improve.jpg Lackeys.jpg Patron.jpg Sculptor.jpg
Silk Merchant.jpg Alchemist.jpg Apothecary.jpg Golem.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg
Silk Merchant Alchemist Apothecary Golem Scrying Pool
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Cathedral
Potion.jpg Cathedral.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Menagerie

Class of 20 [images]
Cavalry Coven Hunting Lodge Kiln Livery
Cavalry.jpg Coven.jpg Hunting Lodge.jpg Kiln.jpg Livery.jpg
Snowy Village.jpg Wayfarer.jpg Transmute.jpg Vineyard.jpg University.jpg
Snowy Village Wayfarer Transmute Vineyard University
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Delay Way of the Owl
Potion.jpg Delay.jpg Way of the Owl.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Allies

Recursion [images]
Barbarian Galleria Importer Merchant Camp Modify
Barbarian.jpg Galleria.jpg Importer.jpg Merchant Camp.jpg Modify.jpg
Wizards.jpg Alchemist.jpg Apprentice.jpg Golem.jpg Scrying Pool.jpg
Wizards Alchemist Apprentice Golem Scrying Pool
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Potion Coastal Haven
Potion.jpg Coastal Haven.jpg

[edit] Alchemy & Plunder

Special Delivery [images]
Flagship Jewelled Egg Mining Road Swamp Shacks Tools
Flagship.jpg Jewelled Egg.jpg Mining Road.jpg Swamp Shacks.jpg Tools.jpg
Trickster.jpg Alchemist.jpg Apothecary.jpg Golem.jpg Transmute.jpg
Trickster Alchemist Apothecary Golem Transmute
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Trait for Golem
Potion Deliver
Cursed.jpg Potion.jpg Deliver.jpg

Cards P TransmuteTransmute.jpgVineyardVineyard.jpg $2 HerbalistHerbalist.jpg $2P ApothecaryApothecary.jpgScrying PoolScrying Pool.jpgUniversityUniversity.jpg $3P AlchemistAlchemist.jpgFamiliarFamiliar.jpgPhilosopher's StonePhilosopher's Stone.jpg $4 PotionPotion.jpg $4P GolemGolem.jpg $5 ApprenticeApprentice.jpg $6P PossessionPossession.jpg
Combos and Counters Apprentice/Market SquareCapital/Herbalist
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