|Type(s)||Action - Augur|
|This pile starts the game with 4 copies each of Herb Gatherer, Acolyte, Sorceress, and Sibyl, in that order. Only the top card can be gained or bought.|
Augur is a type of Kingdom card from the Allies expansion. There are 4 copies each of 4 differently-named Augurs with a single randomizer card, forming a split pile: when Augurs are selected as a Kingdom card for a game, they are put into a single Supply pile in order by increasing cost, of which only the top card can be gained at any given time. The cheapest of the four allows you to "rotate" the pile—move all copies of the current top card to the bottom of the pile, revealing the next card in the sequence.
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 Additional rules
General rules for playing with Dominion: Allies' six split piles are described in the rulebook.
 Other rules clarifications
 English versions
|This pile starts the game with 4 copies each of Herb Gatherer, Acolyte, Sorceress, and Sibyl, in that order. Only the top card can be gained or bought.||Allies||2022|
 Other language versions
|German||Augurinnen||Dieser Stapel besteht zu Beginn aus je 4 Karten Kräutersammlerin, Altardienerin, Meisterhexe und Prophetin (von oben nach unten). Nur die oberste Karte darf genommen oder gekauft werden.|
So the pile starts with 4 copies of Herb Gatherer, then 4 copies of Acolyte, then 4 copies of Sorceress, then 4 copies of Sibyl. And you can only buy/gain the top card. But, the first card lets you "rotate" the pile. This puts all copies of whatever's on top onto the bottom. If the top has three Herb Gatherers and then Acolytes etc., rotating it puts all three Herb Gatherers on the bottom. If it was just one Herb Gatherer and then Acolytes, that one Herb Gatherer goes on the bottom. If the pile has different cards left in it, then rotating it will uncover a different one. It gets you through the pile.So Herb Gatherer, it does this rotation trick, and Chancellors (what's that?), and also it gets a Treasure from your discard pile into play. Acolyte can turn stuff into Gold, but also can turn itself into whatever's on top of the Augurs pile - another Acolyte, or a better card (or hey, sometimes an Herb Gatherer). Sorceress is a guessing game, and if you're right you Curse the other players. And Sibyl lets you win that guessing game.
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