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Wharf, a Duration card.

Duration is a card type that was introduced in Seaside and revisited in later sets, starting with Adventures. Duration cards have orange frames, and usually have an effect on the turn after they are played. A Duration is not discarded from play until the Cleanup phase of the last turn on which it does something - usually the turn after the turn on which it is played.

The majority of Duration cards are Action cards, but a few belong to the Night type introduced in Nocturne, and Duration Treasures began to be introduced with ContractContract.jpg from Allies.

Contents

[edit] List of Duration cards

[edit] Official Rules

  • Duration cards are orange, and have abilities that affect future turns.
  • Duration cards are not discarded in Clean-up if they have something left to do [on a future turn]; they stay in play until the Clean-up of the last turn that they do something.
  • Additionally, if a Duration card is played extra times by a card such as [Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg, ScepterScepter.jpg, MastermindMastermind.jpg, SpecialistSpecialist.jpg or FlagshipFlagship.jpg], that card also stays in play until the Duration card is discarded, to track the fact that the Duration card was played extra times.
  • Keep track of whether or not a Duration card was played on the current turn, such as by putting your cards into two lines.


  • [Duration cards that are Treasures, such as AstrolabeAstrolabe.jpg or RopeRope.jpg,] are just like normal Treasures, except that they stay in play until they're done doing things, like other Durations do.
  • Some Duration cards […] do something the "next time" a certain thing happens. That thing could happen the same turn, or many turns later; these may sit in play turn after turn until finally the thing happens. For example you could play a Secluded ShrineSecluded Shrine.jpg and two CoppersCopper.jpg, buy a SilverSilver.jpg, and immediately trash two cards from your hand, discarding Secluded Shrine that turn. Or you could buy a StowawayStowaway.jpg instead, and leave Secluded Shrine in play for next turn.

[edit] Other rules clarifications

In most cases, a Duration will stay in play until the Clean-up phase of your next turn. But a Duration card played in such a way as to have no effect next turn will be discarded from play the turn it was played. This may happen because the next-turn effects are optional and you chose not to activate them (e.g. BargeBarge.jpg), or because they are conditional and that condition wasn't met (e.g., a TacticianTactician.jpg that didn't discard any cards), or if you didn't follow the card's instructions at all (due to EnchantressEnchantress.jpg or Ways). A card like CaravanCaravan.jpg that provides +Cards on your next turn stays in play even if you won't have enough cards in your deck to draw any next turn. A Duration played this turn that won't stay in play can be trashed with ImproveImprove.jpg.

Some Durations can stay out for longer than one turn. Durations that set cards aside and return them to you one at a time (e.g. ArchiveArchive.jpg and CryptCrypt.jpg) remain in play until they run out of cards. Durations that let you take extra turns (e.g. OutpostOutpost.jpg and VoyageVoyage.jpg) stay in play until the Clean-up of its extra turn; if you take multiple extra turns at once, those cards could stay out for more than one turn. ChampionChampion.jpg, HirelingHireling.jpg, PrincePrince.jpg, and Endless ChaliceEndless Chalice.jpg have effects that activate every turn, and therefore remain in play for the rest of the game.

Some Durations cards have an ability that is triggered by a certain condition being met, such as AbundanceAbundance.jpg; these cards remain in play until Clean-up of the turn on which the condition is met, which may be the same turn on which they were played or a later turn. If the condition is never met, these cards will remain in play permanently as well.

When you use a Throne Room variant on a Duration, that Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg stays in play for as long as the Duration does. This is true even if the Duration is only going to have one effect on the next turn (e.g., if you play a TacticianTactician.jpg twice with Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg, or if you play a BargeBarge.jpg twice with Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg and opt for one same-turn effect and one next-turn effect). If the Duration leaves play at an unusual time (e.g. HighwaymanHighwayman.jpg and ConjurerConjurer.jpg) the Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg still stays in play until Clean-up; and if you replay that Duration later on, the Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg still leaves play. A card that plays a Duration only once (e.g. ElderElder.jpg or VassalVassal.jpg) never stays in play for multiple turns.

Effects that resolve at the start of your turn can be resolved in any order; this includes multiple plays of the same Duration card by a Throne Room variant. For example, if you both played a WharfWharf.jpg and played a Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg on an AmuletAmulet.jpg last turn, on this turn you could choose to first gain a SilverSilver.jpg from the first AmuletAmulet.jpg play, then draw 2 cards from WharfWharf.jpg (perhaps triggering a reshuffle and maybe drawing that SilverSilver.jpg), and then choose to trash a card with the second AmuletAmulet.jpg play.

Command variants stay in play for as long as the card they command would stay in play, if it were in play. So if you use a Command variant to play a Duration (e.g., Band of MisfitsBand of Misfits.jpg, an EstateEstate.jpg after using InheritanceInheritance.jpg on a Duration card, or any Action card using Way of the MouseWay of the Mouse.jpg to play a Duration), the Command variant stays in play as long as the Duration card would. And if a Command variant plays a Throne Room variant or another Command variant that plays a Duration, the Command variant stays in play for as long as the Duration does.

If the same Command variant plays multiple cards that would stay in play for different amounts of time, it stays in play until the last of those Duration cards would leave play. For example, if you use Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg on OverlordOverlord.jpg, and the OverlordOverlord.jpg plays a Swamp HagSwamp Hag.jpg and an ArchiveArchive.jpg), the OverlordOverlord.jpg stays in play for 2 more turns (the Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg doesn't stay in play for any turns; see below). And if on the 2nd turn of a CaptainCaptain.jpg, you make it play a Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg that plays a Duration, the CaptainCaptain.jpg will stay in play for a 3rd turn in a row.

If you play a Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg that plays a non-Duration card that stays in play (such as another Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg that plays a Duration twice, or a Band of MisfitsBand of Misfits.jpg that plays a Duration), the first Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg does not stay out. On the other hand, if you MastermindMastermind.jpg a MastermindMastermind.jpg, it's possible to have a chain of MastermindMastermind.jpgs stuck in play for several turns if they keep playing Duration cards, because MastermindMastermind.jpg is itself a Duration.

It is occasionally possible to remove Duration cards from play before they are done resolving all their abilities. Although most of these methods have received errata to no longer be possible, you can still remove a Duration by playing a Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg on a Duration, and then play the Duration once for its normal effect, and once as e.g. Way of the HorseWay of the Horse.jpg. In most cases, the Duration card's effects will still carry over to future turns, which you will have to remember. If any Throne Room variant or Command variant was supposed to stay in play because of the now-removed Duration card, it will be discarded from play during Clean-up.

However, there are also ways to remove a Throne Room variant or Command variant from play, even if they were supposed to stay in play with a Duration (e.g. you play a Royal GalleyRoyal Galley.jpg that plays a Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg that plays a Duration, and set aside the Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg, or you play a ProcessionProcession.jpg that plays a Band of MisfitsBand of Misfits.jpg that plays a Duration). In these cases, you'll have to remember how many Duration effects you'll get on your following turns.

It's also occasionally possible for a Duration card to remain in play during your Clean-up, but it stops having any effect before your next turn, meaning you'll discard it from play during another player's Clean-up. For example, if you play VoyageVoyage.jpg and LichLich.jpg on the same turn, the VoyageVoyage.jpg turn will get skipped. (Skipping a turn with LichLich.jpg happens between turns, and not during Clean-up, which is why VoyageVoyage.jpg still stays in play during your turn.) Since you don't get a Clean-up phase during the skipped turn, the VoyageVoyage.jpg will stay in play until the Clean-up of the next turn that happens (which could be another player's Clean-up).

Some non-Duration cards have effects for later (e.g. PossessionPossession.jpg and LichLich.jpg). None of the rules above apply to these cards, and you'll have to remember their effects for future turns. For example, unlike OutpostOutpost.jpg, PossessionPossession.jpg is discarded before the extra turn it creates. And if you play it twice with Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg, the Throne RoomThrone Room.jpg doesn't stay in play.

[edit] Prior Rules

In the past the rules around tracking cards that play Durations extra times were different.

  • Originally, cards that played cards that played Durations extra times were left in play as well (e.g. Throne Room plays Throne Room that plays a Duration). This was changed via a ruling to only be the card that directly played the Duration extra times was left out.
  • Also, originally the cards playing Durations extra times stayed in play only until they stopped doing something. This was changed with the release of Empires to have them always stay in play until the Duration left play instead. This affects situations where either the Duration leaves play earlier (e.g. ProcessionProcession.jpg) or the extra play(s) of the card didn't trigger the Duration effect (e.g. when playing TacticianTactician.jpg with a Throne Room under normal circumstances).

[edit] Sub-theme

Plunder (expansion) has a sub-theme for its Duration cards: next time. Cards that do something the next time a certain thing happens. They just sit around in play turn after turn, waiting for that thing. The thing may immediately happen, so that they're discarded that turn. Or it may never happen.

[edit] Strategy

On the turn on which they are played, Duration cards typically have weak effects (relative to their cost), or even detrimental effects; their strength comes in part from the fact that their effects on the next turn do not consume an Action to play or a card slot in your hand. For example, CaravanCaravan.jpg, on the turn it is played, is a cantrip with no effect; on the next turn, however, it gives you a sixth card in your hand for free—thus playing a Caravan on one turn has the same effect as playing a LaboratoryLaboratory.jpg on the next turn. The main exception to this principle is Tide PoolsTide Pools.jpg, which has a powerful immediate effect at the cost of a penalty on the next turn.

Although Duration cards' next-turn effects are typically quite strong, they cost less than and are usually considered weaker than cards that have those same effects immediately—for instance, Caravan costs $4 while Laboratory costs $5. This is in part because it's better to receive benefits earlier—playing a Caravan on the last turn of the game gives no benefit while Laboratory does—and in part because the fact that Durations stay in play for two turns is a disadvantage, since it means that they can actually be played less frequently. For instance, it's possible to draw an extra card every turn by having a single Laboratory and playing it every turn; in order to play a Caravan every turn, you have to have two copies of the card.

Reserve cards can play rather similarly to Durations; most have a weak effect now for a stronger effect later. The difference is that Reserves don't have to be triggered on your next turn; you can wait a few turns to use them, or even use some of them the same turn you play them.

[edit] Card gallery

Abundance.jpgAmphora.jpgAmulet.jpgArchive.jpgAstrolabe.jpgBarge.jpgBlockade.jpgBridge Troll.jpgBuried Treasure.jpgCabin Boy.jpgCage.jpgCaptain.jpgCaravan Guard.jpgCaravan.jpgCargo Ship.jpgChampion.jpgChurch.jpgCobbler.jpgConjurer.jpgContract.jpgCorsair.jpgCrew.jpgCrypt.jpgCutthroat.jpgDen of Sin.jpgDungeon.jpgEnchantress.jpgEndless Chalice.jpgEnlarge.jpgFigurehead.jpgFishing Village.jpgFlagship.jpgFrigate.jpgGarrison.jpgGatekeeper.jpgGear.jpgGhost.jpgGhost Town.jpgGondola.jpgGrotto.jpgGuardian.jpgHaunted Woods.jpgHaven.jpgHighwayman.jpgHireling.jpgImporter.jpgJewels.jpgLanding Party.jpgLighthouse.jpgLongship.jpgMastermind.jpgMerchant Ship.jpgMonkey.jpgOutpost.jpgPirate.jpgPrince.jpgQuartermaster.jpgRaider.jpgResearch.jpgRope.jpgRoyal Galley.jpgSailor.jpgSearch.jpgSea Witch.jpgSecluded Shrine.jpgSecret Cave.jpgSiren.jpgStowaway.jpgStronghold.jpgSwamp Hag.jpgTactician.jpgTaskmaster.jpgTide Pools.jpgVillage Green.jpgVoyage.jpgWarlord.jpgWharf.jpg

[edit] Trivia

[edit] In other languages

  • Czech: Dlouhodobá
  • Dutch: Duurzaam (lit. sustainable)
  • Finnish: Toistuva (lit. recurring)
  • French: Durée
  • German: Dauer
  • Polish: Następstwo (lit. succession)
  • Russian: Длительность (pron. dlityelnost)

[edit] Donald X.'s remarks

[edit] Development

For Seaside I was still interacting with Valerie and Dale. Valerie in particular did not like Duration cards. So the push was to limit how many there were, not come up with more things for them to do. In fact HavenHaven.jpg was out of the set for a while, and made it back in very late when it turned out there was room for a 26th card (and that was a fine card that had been tested; Valerie had felt it was too similar to CaravanCaravan.jpg).

There was an attack that hit other players' turns (Tax Collector, made cards cost $1 more), that left (well turned into CutpurseCutpurse.jpg) because it would have left play at a different time from other Duration cards, (end of the prev. player's turn) and Valerie didn't like that. Late in the going I realized I could save LighthouseLighthouseOld2.jpg by having it produce resources on your next turn, and of course that same solution could have been used for attacks; but Tax Collector had already turned into Cutpurse and again there was anti-demand for new Duration cards.

[edit] Throne Rooms staying in play

It goes back to before the cards had "duration" on the bottom of them. Something has to track what you're getting next turn. The duration card stays out because it has "something left to do"; the idea is, the Throne also has something left to do.

In retrospect it would have been better if duration cards not in play didn't do anything (and, if cards you couldn't put into play also didn't do anything). That clears up ProceProcessionOld2.jpgssionProcession.jpg.

OutpostOutpost.jpg has an anti-Throne clause. Ideally it would have some form that didn't need that.

TacticianTactician.jpg has an extra cost on getting your bonus next turn; that premise requires dealing with the tracking rule, unless the extra cost is something you can always pay (e.g. taking Debt).

[edit] Ways and removing Durations from play

[Way of the ButterflyWay of the Butterfly.jpg, Way of the HorseWay of the Horse.jpg, and Way of the TurtleWay of the Turtle.jpg] all existed in January for me. The best solution is still to make the change that means ThroneThrone Room.jpg/FeastFeast.jpg no longer works and people quit the game. "If this isn't a Duration card" was too awful for the Ways. They could have had a general rule that durations didn't get to use Ways; maybe that's still worth considering for a later printing, but they didn't get it. There had to be new cards and those new cards got to exist.

[edit] Past lack of Treasure-Durations

By default they're trouble. The duration part has to be conditional on the card being in play, to avoid more problems ala BonfireBonfireOld2.jpg / Durations. It's doable, in the same way that CrownCrown.jpg exists despite it seeming like there would never be an Action - Treasure (to be fair CrownCrown.jpg does generate lots of questions). But, it would take something really compelling.

[edit] Durations in later expansions

Every expansion from AdventuresAdventures.jpg onwards has had at least two Duration cards.

Originally all sets from SeasideSeaside.jpg on were going to have Duration cards; Fishing VillageFishing Village.jpg for example was from ProsperityProsperity.jpg. This didn't happen because of how things went down for Valerie with SeasideSeaside.jpg; she didn't like Duration cards, and spent a couple pages on the rules for them. My rulebook only spends a short paragraph on Durations, and I like them, and they are very popular with players. They open up card possibilities significantly, especially for Attacks. So, I'm happy having a couple nice ones in an expansion like that, and always have been. And it's no trouble, it's easy to make them.


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Cards $2 Border GuardBorder Guard.jpg (HornHorn.jpgLanternLantern.jpg) • DucatDucat.jpgLackeysLackeys.jpg $3 Acting TroupeActing Troupe.jpgCargo ShipCargo Ship.jpgExperimentExperiment.jpgImproveImprove.jpg $4 Flag BearerFlag Bearer.jpg (FlagFlag.jpg) • HideoutHideout.jpgInventorInventor.jpgMountain VillageMountain Village.jpgPatronPatron.jpgPriestPriest.jpgResearchResearch.jpgSilk MerchantSilk Merchant.jpg $5 Old WitchOld Witch.jpgRecruiterRecruiter.jpgScepterScepter.jpgScholarScholar.jpgSculptorSculptor.jpgSeerSeer.jpgSpicesSpices.jpgSwashbucklerSwashbuckler.jpg (Treasure ChestTreasure Chest.jpg) • TreasurerTreasurer.jpg (KeyKey.jpg) • VillainVillain.jpg
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Other concepts FavorsSplit piles
Cards $2 CageCage.jpgGrottoGrotto.jpgJewelled EggJewelled Egg.jpgSearchSearch.jpgShamanShaman.jpg $3 Secluded ShrineSecluded Shrine.jpgSirenSiren.jpgStowawayStowaway.jpgTaskmasterTaskmaster.jpg $4 AbundanceAbundance.jpgCabin BoyCabin Boy.jpgCrucibleCrucible.jpgFlagshipFlagship.jpgFortune HunterFortune Hunter.jpgGondolaGondola.jpgHarbor VillageHarbor Village.jpgLanding PartyLanding Party.jpgMapmakerMapmaker.jpgMaroonMaroon.jpgRopeRope.jpgSwamp ShacksSwamp Shacks.jpgToolsTools.jpg $5 Buried TreasureBuried Treasure.jpgCrewCrew.jpgCutthroatCutthroat.jpgEnlargeEnlarge.jpgFigurineFigurine.jpgFirst MateFirst Mate.jpgFrigateFrigate.jpgLongshipLongship.jpgMining RoadMining Road.jpgPendantPendant.jpgPickaxePickaxe.jpgPilgrimPilgrim.jpgQuartermasterQuartermaster.jpgSilver MineSilver Mine.jpgTricksterTrickster.jpgWealthy VillageWealthy Village.jpg $6 Sack of LootSack of Loot.jpg $7 King's CacheKing's Cache.jpg
Loots $7* AmphoraAmphora.jpgDoubloonsDoubloons.jpgEndless ChaliceEndless Chalice.jpgFigureheadFigurehead.jpgHammerHammer.jpgInsigniaInsignia.jpgJewelsJewels.jpgOrbOrb.jpgPrize GoatPrize Goat.jpgPuzzle BoxPuzzle Box.jpgSextantSextant.jpgShieldShield.jpgSpell ScrollSpell Scroll.jpgStaffStaff.jpgSwordSword.jpg
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Traits CheapCheap.jpgCursedCursed.jpgFatedFated.jpgFawningFawning.jpgFriendlyFriendly.jpgHastyHasty.jpgInheritedInherited.jpgInspiringInspiring.jpgNearbyNearby.jpgPatientPatient.jpgPiousPious.jpgRecklessReckless.jpgRichRich.jpgShyShy.jpgTirelessTireless.jpg
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Dominion Card types
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Non-card types EventLandmarkBoonHexStateArtifactProjectWayAllyTrait
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