Combo: Masterpiece and Feodum
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|Masterpiece / Feodum|
|Set(s)||Guilds / Dark Ages|
Masterpiece and Feodum are a combo that can lead to very high scores. Masterpiece can fill your deck with Silvers very quickly, both increasing the point total of your Feodums, and making it easier to buy them, as well as Provinces.
At a high level, simply buy (and overpay for) Masterpiece when you have or more, and Feodum at or , and Silver otherwise. The high amount of Silvers in your deck will also make it very easy to buy Provinces. If all the Masterpieces are bought, it is highly likely the Silver pile will be emptied as well, leading to a three-pile ending when all the Feodums are gone.
It can be helpful to remember some of the following numbers when using these two cards, especially when contested.
- Paying Feodums by at least 1 . or more for a Masterpiece immediately raises the point value of each of your
- If you are able to gain all of the Silvers, your Feodums will be worth 13 , significantly more than Province. With all 8 Feodums, this would be a total of 108 .
- Realistically, your opponents will contest at least one of either Silver or Feodum, but even with half of each, your four Feodums will still each be worth as much as Province. Generally, it's far more important to aim to win the Silver split than the Feodum split, as more Silvers early will lead to larger Masterpieces later, and your individual Feodums will be worth more in the long run.