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Type Expansion
Icon Renaissance icon.png
Cards 300
250 (25 sets)
Other Card(s)
Additional Material(s)  
Release November 5, 2018
Cover artist Grant Hansen
Official Rulebook PDF

Renaissance is the twelfth expansion to Dominion. The box contains 25 sets of Kingdom cards. It features the return of Coffers, first seen in GuildsGuilds.jpg, and introduces Villagers, Projects, and Artifacts.


[edit] Contents

[edit] Kingdom cards

[edit] Artifacts

1 each of: FlagFlag.jpg, HornHorn.jpg, KeyKey.jpg, LanternLantern.jpg, Treasure ChestTreasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Projects

[edit] Additional materials



[edit] Flavor text

It's a momentous time. Art has been revolutionized by the invention of "perspective," and also of "funding." A picture used to be worth a dozen or so words; these new ones are more like a hundred. Oil paintings have gotten so realistic that you've hired an artist to do a portrait of you each morning, so you can make sure your hair is good. Busts have gotten better too; no more stopping at the shoulders, they go all the way to the ground. Science and medicine have advanced; there's no more superstition, now they know the perfect number of leeches to apply for each ailment. You have a clock accurate to within an hour, and a calendar accurate to within a week. Your physician heals himself, and your barber cuts his own hair. This is truly a golden age.

[edit] Cards gallery

[edit] Kingdom cards

Border Guard.jpgDucat.jpgLackeys.jpgActing Troupe.jpgCargo Ship.jpgExperiment.jpgImprove.jpgFlag Bearer.jpgHideout.jpgInventor.jpgMountain Village.jpgPatron.jpgPriest.jpgResearch.jpgSilk Merchant.jpgOld Witch.jpgRecruiter.jpgScepter.jpgScholar.jpgSculptor.jpgSeer.jpgSpices.jpgSwashbuckler.jpgTreasurer.jpgVillain.jpg

[edit] Artifacts

Flag.jpgHorn.jpgKey.jpgLantern.jpgTreasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Projects

Cathedral.jpgCity Gate.jpgPageant.jpgSewers.jpgStar Chart.jpgExploration.jpgFair.jpgSilos.jpgSinister Plot.jpgAcademy.jpgCapitalism.jpgFleet.jpgGuildhall.jpgPiazza.jpgRoad Network.jpgBarracks.jpgCrop Rotation.jpgInnovation.jpgCanal.jpgCitadel.jpg

[edit] Impact

Overall, Renaissance has been well received. After NocturneNocturne.jpg received a mixed reception, being perceived by some as fiddly or too complex, Renaissance was deliberately intended as a return to simplicity. As such, no new card types were added (but two new non-card types), and only one new keyword was added; it is also the first set since GuildsGuilds.jpg to not introduce more card-shaped things than any previous set. Nevertheless, the set does still have some firsts: a Reaction that "reacts" to being revealed, ways to play Actions during your Buy phase, effects that care about the text on other cards, and a way to keep playing after the game has ended.

[edit] Engines

In general, Villagers tend to make engines smoother. There are also several engine-friendly cards and Projects:

[edit] Big Money

There are a few cards and Projects that lend themselves to Treasure-based strategies:

  • SpicesSpices.jpg - good for quick Big Money games
  • CathedralCathedral.jpg - makes games very quick
  • PageantPageant.jpg - smooths turns with odd $ totals
  • GuildhallGuildhall.jpg - best in decks that want lots of Treasures

[edit] Theme

Like the previous three sets, Renaissance is a sequel, this time to Guilds, with new ways of gaining Coffers, and more ways to use coin tokens in general.

Also, all cards, Artifacts, and Projects in Renaissance use the largest font size (in the English printing), due to the theme of simplicity.

[edit] Trivia

Renaissance is the first set since GuildsGuilds.jpg to not introduce any new kingdom card types.

[edit] In other languages

  • Dutch: Renaissance
  • German: Renaissance
  • Polish: Renesans (as referred to in Polish Dominion 2E rulebook)
  • Spanish: Renacimiento

[edit] Flavor text work

-Art holds a mirror up to nature, then hands nature a comb.

-They're calling it The Rebirth, probably because of all the blood and screaming.

-Art has been revolutionized by the invention of glitter. The Vatican has gone heavy into it, although they need to keep reapplying the glitter on the ceiling paintings.

-Art is supposed to be much more realistic now, but this Last Supper doesn't even show anyone eating.

-Art used to be scripted, usually from the Bible; now there's all this reality art.

-And the macrame? It asks the difficult questions, and answers them with string.

-Science has made advances too, with high quality roads, durable arches, and aqueducts that can carry water for miles and miles.

-The advent of spectacles means at last the world has nerds.

-Art is in your blood. You smell it, and then, like a ferret, you ferret it out. Then, like soap, you remove the smell, and with it, the art. It's that easy.

This has been, jokes not good enough for the blurb.

Plus the one in the first preview: Dominion, that's what you're trying to achieve. This time, with art!

- Art holds a mirror up to nature, then waits while nature slowly undresses.

- Art used to be scripted, usually from the bible; now there's all this reality art.

- You want a giant fresco of yourself painted on one side of your castle. Your advisors aren't enthusiastic; they just don't see the big picture.

[edit] Teaser

Prepare to be teased.

Renaissance has:

[edit] Preview choices

It's always nice to save stuff so that the full set isn't disappointing (lots of set highlights weren't previewed in the past - I'll give the PeasantPeasant.jpg line as an example), but the previews are sure trying to show off cool stuff. But they're hemmed in some too. With half the kingdom cards off-theme this time, there aren't many cards for each theme.

The natural days were off-theme, villagers, coffers, artifacts, projects. You could do it other ways - e.g., every day a Project - but that way looked good.

- There were a lot of options for off-theme. I decided to rule out the Duration cards and ScepterScepter.jpg as they stray from the "simplicity" message. I wanted cards that would be fun to see over and over during previews week, which ruled out WitchOld Witch.jpg with its CurseCurse.jpgs and InventorInventor.jpg with its mega-turns. HideoutHideout.jpg was on the list for a while, but I decided Mountain VillageMountain Village.jpg would be more fun for previews week. And ImproveImprove.jpg, well, they couldn't all make it.

- Villagers came ahead of Coffers and so didn't want cards with both; theActing Troupe.jpg threeSculptor.jpg IRecruiter.jpg picked were shoe-ins.

- Coffers was hemmed in; I didn't want to show multiple cards with both Coffers and Villagers, and didn't want to show both DucatDucat.jpg and SpicesSpices.jpg. Silk MerchantSilk Merchant.jpg was a set stand-out for playtesters, so it made it over PatronPatron.jpg. It overlaps some with LackeysLackeys.jpg and SpicesSpices.jpg so I shouldn't show those on their days. And SwashbucklerSwashbuckler.jpg had an Artifact.

- For Artifacts I just didn't do the card with two Artifacts, that was easy.

- I wanted 3 simple Projects and 3 wackier ones. For preview week considerations I took FairFair.jpg over BarracksBarracks.jpg; those are the two simplest. SilosSilos.jpg is pretty simple. CitadelCitadel.jpg gets in something with a big effect that we still all immediately understand. The threeStar Chart.jpg wackierSewers.jpg onesInnovation.jpg are all personal favorites. FleetFleet.jpg wouldn't have added as much for previews week. There were playtesters who adored CapitalismCapitalism.jpg, but also ones who didn't like that CapitalismCapitalism.jpg and PatronPatron.jpg single out an unusual subset of cards. That doesn't seem to have bothered you people at large, so look at that, playtesters.

[edit] Secret History

Going into work on this set, I had two plans. First, to see what I could do with States. States showed up in NocturneNocturne.jpg, just as a way to deal with tracking for a few effects; I had put no work into trying to see what I could do with them, and well probably I could do something with them. Second, to try to do more with the coin tokens from GuildsGuilds.jpg. They were popular and it seemed like maybe I could actually do more with them.

Along the way I added a third goal: to make a set that was much simpler than the last few sets. The expansions naturally get more complex as you go along, since you run out of new simple things to do. I felt like things had gotten too complex though, and wanted to swing things back the other direction as much as possible. So the set intentionally has a bunch of off-theme cards, which is to say, cards that don't involve any of the new mechanics; and I limited myself to text that would fit with the large font, and for the landscape cards, text that would fit with the large font on two lines (then InnovationInnovation.jpg needed three during layout due to the expansion symbol). And the set tried to stay simple in other ways too.

Initially I did two things with States: I had ones that one player could have, and ones that every player got a copy of. The ones that every player got could turn over; one side would have a rule that let you upgrade it. We liked these a lot.

One of the two-sided States was a lot like the Journey token from AdventuresAdventures.jpg - it was, some cards flipped it over, but when it flipped over one way nothing happened, and the other way gave you +1 Action. So some cards essentially had +1 Action half the time you played them. This was cool. But wait: maybe I could just have +1 Action tokens, to go with the +$1 tokens. And I switched to that and it was even better.

So... +1 Buy tokens? I had them in the set for a bit there. And there was a 4th mat, unrelated to the others. In the end I felt like, we were eating up so much table space with mats, and hey what about being simpler. So there are just Coffers and Villagers. And they got those names and notation and then since we were updating Guilds for reprinting it got the Coffers mat too.

The other two-sided States, they were good times, but did not go well with the idea of a simpler expansion. Here, read this extra card, now turn it over. They turned into Projects: you pay to put a cube on a card, and now you have that ability. This is not only simpler - no second side to read, no text to explain how to upgrade it - it also means only one card per Project, rather than six (for six players) per two-sided State. So I could fit way more of them into the set, hooray.

The one-sided States persisted, but somewhere along the way I realized I should use a different name for them, to clarify that only one player got them. So they are Artifacts. The Artifacts were tricky; you want them to move around but not every turn, and they want to be attractive but not have the game hinge on them. I thought there might be 8; there are 5, and I struggled to get those.

Coffers tokens were also problematic; when you have a giant pile of those tokens, it's pretty demoralizing for the other players, and sometimes it's even a good strategy. So only one card gives +2 CoffersVillain.jpg each time it's played, and some only sometimes produce +Coffers, and some do it when-gained. Villagers tokens had no issues. Go ahead and get a bunch if you want.

So, I think that covers it: Coffers, Villagers, Artifacts, Projects, and cards that do none of those things.

It turned out Ben King had been working on a Dominion program as a fun project, and he programmed in Renaissance and we playtested it some there. Thanks Ben! He also wrote some bots to demonstrate how powerful some particular cards were.


As I mentioned, there was a 4th mat I don't really want to talk about. I don't know if I'll try to put it into an expansion someday, or how that will go, but, I might.

For a long time there was a Worker's VillageWorker's Village.jpg for $2 that came with an Artifact that made you discard a CopperCopper.jpg each turn. We had fun with it; you're happy to buy it as long as you aren't the last one to get one, and when you're the current last one to get one, well, time to load up on these. Sometimes someone would be stuck with it and suffer. And sometimes you could brush off the penalty. We enjoyed the various ways it played, but it had a big problem: a casual player might just buy it, let's see what this does, and be screwed. It was worse than buying a CurseCurse.jpg (sometimes), but disguised. So we tried having it give each other player "+1 Card, discard a card" at the start of your turn; this slows down the game too much and the tracking is poor, guess who has no incentive to remember this, yes it's the guy who has it. Then there was making you gain Coppers, but sometimes that's actually good, and sometimes easy to cope with. Then there was, your choice of discarding Copper or gaining Copper. This was just way too minor, it didn't delay you buying this village at all. In the end there is no negative Artifact; the village that got this slot is Mountain VillageMountain Village.jpg.

There was a village that was, cantrip, +1 Villager; man it's fine, you can argue about, does it need to cost $5, but it's nice. The village that's always there when you need it. But really, the experience it gives is the villager experience, and other cards are giving us that experience. Another village just came with +2 Villagers; we already have that experience too. Another village converted +$ to +Coffers for your next card played. Large amounts of +Coffers are trouble.

The +Buy mat debuted with +$2, discard cards for +$1 each, +1 Buy token. Ahead of SpicesSpices.jpg and DucatDucat.jpg, there was a treasure that just gave you your choice of 2 tokens when played, between Coffers, Villagers, and +Buy.

Here's one that trashes itself for +5 Coffers if your opponent has a SilverSilver.jpg in hand; when gained, it gave them a Silver. It was nuts, oops.

I tried a few cards that gave the other players a negative State when gained. They were cantrips that sometimes gave you stuff. The State made players put a played Copper on their deck for next turn. An early WitchWitch.jpg had a one-use MoatMoat.jpg State. A concept that hadn't worked in Nocturne either.

I mentioned some of the 2-sided States above. Another one simulated the +Buy mat. At first it was a +Buy mat that could upgrade to a +Card mat; then I had a card that just gave you the State on either side, and it couldn't flip - you locked in what it was, and what it was was your choice of a +Buy mat or a +1/2 Coffers mat (two tokens for +$1).

One of the 2-sided states was SchemeScheme.jpg / CitadelCitadel.jpg. Different kingdom cards tried producing that state - a WorkshopWorkshop.jpg, a RemodelRemodel.jpg, a VaultVault.jpg.

There was also a duration cantrip giving +$2 next turn, that had a 2-sided State where the 2nd side had you draw a card per Duration at the start of each turn. It upgraded all your Durations. Then the States died, but I had a Project that did that, and I had the duration cantrip with no associated State. Both left in a purge of low-rated cards.

A prominent outtake gave you your choice of a Silver or one of two Artifacts. Initially one of the Artifacts gave you +1 Card +1 Action for gaining a card in your action phase, while the other made Silvers get +$1 (after briefly giving them +1 Coffers). Adam figured out that you could just crush people with this and no other cards. For a while I kept trying to make that happen in my own games; no-one quite managed to pursue the boring strategy, and the card kept seeming reasonable. Finally I saw it be broken. Then we went through a variety of Artifacts, trying to find a version of the card to preserve. The second Artifact usually let you topdeck gained cards. Billy and I heavily analyzed the situation - what exactly could you do to make this kind of an Artifact-giver work. I made a new card with two Artifacts, a village, abandoning the Silver-gainer. Finally I gave up on that too. I replaced one of the Artifacts with a Project - going to 5 Artifacts, 20 Projects, surely the set was always like that, you can't be telling me once there were 19 Projects - and the last Artifact tried out for both the village and RecruiterRecruiter.jpg before ending up on Border GuardBorder Guard.jpg. Which does have two Artifacts... but having to get lucky (or to have trashed down) to get one helps it out, and the Artifacts nicely distinguish themselves.

There was a card called Patron that put a token on each of two non-Victory piles with no token (non-Victory because of Trade RouteTrade Route.jpg). When you gained a card from one of those piles, you took the token. The idea was that you could put one on whatever you were buying, plus one somewhere else, and for a little while there were safe options - I'll start with Curse, then Copper. But eventually you'd be sharing. Of course with +Buy you could just give yourself both tokens. Interesting concept; too powerful and not actually enough fun.

One card gave +2 Coffers, then went back to your hand if you had <= 3 tokens. "+$2, return to hand" was an old card, that made it out in mutated form as DiademDiadem.jpg. One issue is tracking the $; this version solved that. It still had the issue of tracking the actions used - and had to have that issue, since the whole point was getting to replay it if you had another action. That wasn't great, but also it was too strong. On its way out I tried just rewarding you if your next play was an Action card, without moving itself or using up the action.

I tried a card that let you put two tokens on a Project. The effect is pointless or nuts, and makes the rules more complex.

Prior to VillainVillain.jpg, there was an attack that had your opponents discard a card they had 2+ copies of in hand (an idea from CornucopiaCornucopia.jpg); there was "each other player discards a copy of the most recently gained Treasure"; there was "if you have 5+ Coffers tokens, they discard down to 1 then draw 3." There was "they discard an Action, if they did they get +1 Coffers"; that looks like, why did I try that, but the idea was to be a simpler way of implementing an EnchantressEnchantress.jpg that turned a card play into "+1 Action +1 Coffers." There was "Each other player with 5+ cards puts one on the bottom of their deck"; it's uh, it hasn't been done yet is what it is. And there was "they reveal their hand and discard all copies of one card in it," which bled into Villain.

I had a Band of MisfitsBand of Misfits.jpg variant that played a card from another player's hand (leaving it there). It wasn't as interesting as it sounded.

There was a cantrip that had you name a card, reveal the top 4, and discard the non-matches. It seemed cute and innocuous, but was secretly strong and also slow. Then I tried it just discarding Coppers and EstatesEstate.jpg. I tried a cantrip that got you the top card if it was Copper or Estate - oh right, that's a lot like Will-o'-WispWill-o'-Wisp.jpg. Then I got you all of the Coppers and Estates from the top 3, and from there we move to the cards that feel like versions of SeerSeer.jpg.

Some stuff tried to mess with how many tokens you had. I tried doubling your Coffers tokens; somehow that's here in the outtakes section. I tried "Choose one: +1 Coffers, or +$1 per Coffers token." Then a choice between +1 Coffers, or a WarehouseWarehouse.jpg for a card per token. Then, this one had some charm, +1 Coffers, you may gain a card costing $1 per token. There was a treasure that, when trashed, gave +1 Coffers per 2 tokens you had; yes you empty the pile and have an insane pile of tokens.

In Guilds I tested both "+$1 per card gained in the previous turn" and "+1 Coffers per," and I revisted [sic] the +Coffers one here, just making sure.

Here's a card that rewards you for having exactly one Treasure in hand, that's pretty random.

One of the things that tried to use Artifacts was a Treasure that gave you one Artifact if you gained a Treasure, another if you gained a Victory card. Another let you trash an incoming gained card to take one of two Artifacts or get +1 Coffers. An Artifact also messed with that a bunch, trying to let you trash an incoming card. It seemed appropriate for the trash-for-benefit theme that crept into the set, but kept being too weak or too strong. One of the cards was a village that said "If the next card you play this turn is a Treasure, take the thing or the thing." That trigger condition seemed promising for a while, though it limits what the Artifacts can be (mostly they want to be usable the turn you get them, and this confines that to the buy phase). There was a village that gave you an Artifact if you had 5+ Action cards in hand; you never remember that by the time you can do it. There were other Artifact-producing villages that were barely tried: one that had a choice, +2 Actions or toy; one that made your next draw like CatacombsCatacombs.jpg except that's too hard to communicate; one that was a village and also had +1 Villager, and wanted you to gain a card no-one had gained yet to take an Artifact (you can turn the top card of each pile sideways to track that none have been gained yet, and man that doesn't fly today); another had a choice of Card/Coffers/Villager and always gave +2 Actions, and you got the toy for gaining a GoldGold.jpg. And the flurry of Artifacts that tried out for these cards included: Royal SealRoyal Seal.jpg; Treasures cost $2 less; each turn gain a Silver; each turn gain a copy of a Treasure you have in play; when you gain a card +$1; when you gain an Action or Victory card may gain a cheaper Treasure; AcademyAcademy.jpg. A hard-to-get one gave you an Action card each turn.

On the quest for DucatDucat.jpg, there was a card that gave you +1 Buy per Treasure you discarded when gaining it (super +Buy cards are always trouble); and there was a card that Remodel'dRemodel.jpg to the same cost when you gained it and cost $2, which meant that on the $2/$5 I drew in what was probably the only game with it, I went, buy that, turn three Estates into that, huh.

Projects, I have outtakes there too.

  • A straight +$1 per turn. It's similar to CanalCanal.jpg, isn't it. It ended up on KeyKey.jpg.
  • SaveSave.jpg a card for next turn. I didn't like that you had to remember it when it wasn't doing much for you, and would save an Estate for a while.
  • SchemeScheme.jpg. The gameplay wasn't great and it wasn't popular.
  • That +1 Card per Duration card in play thing I already mentioned. Later it had a +$1 option for if there were no Durations.
  • May remove cube to trash or topdeck a gained card. This isn't what Projects were about.
  • In your turns, DuchiesDuchy.jpg are also Actions with "something." I tried a few things.
  • At the start of your turn, +2 Cards; at the start of your Buy phase, discard 2 cards. Powerful, fun, too hard to remember.
  • May discard Action for +1 Villager. Counterpart to PageantPageant.jpg.
  • In your Action phase, Silvers are PeddlersPeddler.jpg. It was fun briefly.
  • In your Action phase, Treasures are Actions. Without any special ability added on. Not useful very often.
  • When you buy a card for <= $4, gain an extra copy. So many Projects tried to do Workshop, often just being too fast to empty piles.
  • When you buy an Action you don't have a copy of in play, gain an extra copy. Another one.
  • Every turn, Workshop. As if.
  • When you gain a card costing $5+, gain one for <= $4. One issue is that many of these can even work twice in a turn.
  • When shuffle, may first gain card costing <= $4. So this cut down on how often you got to do it, and seemed cool, but there were huge issues.
  • After shuffle, may gain card onto deck costing <= $4. Another one. See some versions made us wait for a player to shuffle, which sucks hard.
  • Once per turn, when shuffle, first gain card for <= $2. But the other versions had hopeless card interactions, where you'd e.g. empty a pile instantly.
  • Before you shuffle, may set aside Supply card for <= $4, and gain it afterwards. A last gasp for both Workshops and shuffle-Workshops.
  • When drawing your hand, +1 Card per card you gained that turn. I did Road NetworkRoad Network.jpg instead.
  • When you play an Action that doesn't give +Actions, +1 Card afterwards. Hard to communicate, and what was I thinking really.
  • Buy phase, +$3; your hand is just 4 cards. Looked interesting; was too strong, was too hard to remember.
  • Buy phase, +1 Action +1 Buy +$1, your hand is just 4 cards. Trying to fix that up.
  • Buy phase, +$5, -$1 per card in hand. Man I don't remember all of these. Probably just in one game.
  • Start of turn, look at top 3, put them back in any order. Not meaningful enough.
  • Buy phase, may trash hand Silver for hand Gold. Makes the game too much about the boring cards.
  • Start of turn, look at top, may discard it. This was endlessly on lists, but I don't remember actually trying it.
  • Each turn you don't buy anything, +3 Cards in next hand. A direction to consider more; hey in the end there's Exploration.
  • If <= 3 cards in play at start of Clean-up, +3 Cards in next hand. I liked it until it turned out to be strong with just money.
  • When you trash non-Copper, +1 Coffers. This game, we all get a big pile of tokens.
  • When you gain a Treasure, you may trash a card/Treasure from hand. Let's just have a boring game of buying Treasures now.
  • When you play a Treasure, +$1. A problem even though it cost $8.
  • When gain card in Action phase, +1 Action, and if it's not the first one, +1 Card. Trying to recreate the fun of a dead Artifact that made Workshops cantrips.
  • When gain card for <= $4 in Action phase, +1 Card and +1 Action. And so on, for four versions of this premise.
  • When you gain a Treasure, +1 Villager. Don't you mean Action?
  • When gain copy of card previous player gained, +1 Coffers. Did not play well. The remaining ones were late attempts to fill up the last slots.
  • Instead of trashing a hand card, may gain Silver, and vice-versa. That looks cool, doesn't it. Rules issues.
  • Start of turn, may trash hand Silver/Gold for +2/3 Cards. Not a highlight of my options at this point.
  • At end of Buy phase, if spent <= $4, +1 Coffers. I guess, helped contribute to ExplorationExploration.jpg happening? Exploration and City GateCity Gate.jpg were the last two.
  • When gain a card, look at top, may discard it. Not a great matching of trigger and effect.
  • Start of turn, reveal top, +1 Card if Treasure. Some people liked this one. A runner-up.
  • Start of turn, may reveal no-Treasure hand to gain Gold. I mean it's useful when you build a deck that crushes your enemies already.
  • When drawing hand, +2 Cards, discard 2 cards. Good times, crazy power level.


And there you have it.

[edit] Retrospective

I'm pretty happy with it still.

Artifacts didn't work out as well as I'd hoped; Flag BearerFlag Bearer.jpg worked great, and then the rest were a lot of trouble. In the end I also like SwashbucklerSwashbuckler.jpg, but Border GuardBorder Guard.jpg and TreasurerTreasurer.jpg were both artifact-free cards that were totally worthwhile, and now they're saddled with artifacts just to have artifacts somewhere.

There are a few other individual cards I might tweak today. This is always the case though. Overall it's great; villagers are great, there was enough good stuff to do to revisit coffers, and there are lots of nice individual cards. Projects are good times. The set feels way simpler than Nocturne, as intended.

The big problems with Renaissance of course are that the printer gave us lighter backs and the layout guy lighter fronts.

[edit] Renaissance power creep

Renaissance doesn't "resort" to overpowered cards; that's just how things turned out. In part it's the push for simplicity, that you have very little room to tweak simple things.

[edit] Recommended sets of 10

[edit] Renaissance only

Overture [images]
Acting Troupe Experiment Flag Bearer Hideout Improve
Acting Troupe.jpg Experiment.jpg Flag Bearer.jpg Hideout.jpg Improve.jpg
Inventor.jpg Lackeys.jpg Old Witch.jpg Seer.jpg Treasurer.jpg
Inventor Lackeys Old Witch Seer Treasurer
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Fair Flag Key
Fair.jpg Flag.jpg Key.jpg
Prelude [images]
Border Guard Cargo Ship Ducat Mountain Village Priest
Border Guard.jpg Cargo Ship.jpg Ducat.jpg Mountain Village.jpg Priest.jpg
Recruiter.jpg Sculptor.jpg Silk Merchant.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg Villain.jpg
Recruiter Sculptor Silk Merchant Swashbuckler Villain
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Citadel Star Chart Horn Lantern Treasure Chest
Citadel.jpg Star Chart.jpg Horn.jpg Lantern.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Dominion

It Takes a Villager [images]
Acting Troupe Cargo Ship Recruiter Seer Treasurer
Acting Troupe.jpg Cargo Ship.jpg Recruiter.jpg Seer.jpg Treasurer.jpg
Market.jpg Merchant.jpg Mine.jpg Smithy.jpg Vassal.jpg
Market Merchant Mine Smithy Vassal
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Road Network Key
Road Network.jpg Key.jpg
Capture the Flag [images]
Flag Bearer Lackeys Scholar Swashbuckler Villain
Flag Bearer.jpg Lackeys.jpg Scholar.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg Villain.jpg
Cellar.jpg Festival.jpg Harbinger.jpg Remodel.jpg Workshop.jpg
Cellar Festival Harbinger Remodel Workshop
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Barracks Pageant Flag Treasure Chest
Barracks.jpg Pageant.jpg Flag.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Intrigue

Memento Mori [images]
Experiment Flag Bearer Patron Recruiter Silk Merchant
Experiment.jpg Flag Bearer.jpg Patron.jpg Recruiter.jpg Silk Merchant.jpg
Ironworks.jpg Lurker.jpg Patrol.jpg Swindler.jpg Upgrade.jpg
Ironworks Lurker Patrol Swindler Upgrade
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Citadel Flag
Citadel.jpg Flag.jpg
Clockwork Court [images]
Acting Troupe Inventor Research Scepter Scholar
Acting Troupe.jpg Inventor.jpg Research.jpg Scepter.jpg Scholar.jpg
Courtier.jpg Mining Village.jpg Nobles.jpg Replace.jpg Steward.jpg
Courtier Mining Village Nobles Replace Steward
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Fleet Sinister Plot
Fleet.jpg Sinister Plot.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Seaside

Free Shipping [images]
Blockade Island Outpost Smugglers Wharf
Blockade.jpg Island.jpg Outpost.jpg Smugglers.jpg Wharf.jpg
Acting Troupe.jpg Cargo Ship.jpg Lackeys.jpg Research.jpg Spices.jpg
Acting Troupe Cargo Ship Lackeys Research Spices
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Digging for Treasure [images]
Astrolabe Caravan Native Village Salvager Treasure Map
Astrolabe.jpg Caravan.jpg Native Village.jpg Salvager.jpg Treasure Map.jpg
Border Guard.jpg Flag Bearer.jpg Inventor.jpg Sculptor.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg
Border Guard Flag Bearer Inventor Sculptor Swashbuckler
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Crop Rotation Silos Flag Horn Lantern Treasure Chest
Crop Rotation.jpg Silos.jpg Flag.jpg Horn.jpg Lantern.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Alchemy

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] Renaissance & Prosperity

Dreamers of Dreams [images]
Cargo Ship Old Witch Priest Scepter Scholar
Cargo Ship.jpg Old Witch.jpg Priest.jpg Scepter.jpg Scholar.jpg
Charlatan.jpg Monument.jpg Vault.jpg Watchtower.jpg Worker's Village.jpg
Charlatan Monument Vault Watchtower Worker's Village
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Platinum Colony Academy
Platinum.jpg Colony.jpg Academy.jpg
Movers and Shakers [images]
Hideout Patron Research Treasurer Villain
Hideout.jpg Patron.jpg Research.jpg Treasurer.jpg Villain.jpg
Bank.jpg City.jpg Grand Market.jpg Investment.jpg Rabble.jpg
Bank City Grand Market Investment Rabble
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Platinum Colony Capitalism Citadel Key
Platinum.jpg Colony.jpg Capitalism.jpg Citadel.jpg Key.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Hinterlands

Sweetened Deals [images]
Flag Bearer Lackeys Mountain Village Silk Merchant Spices
Flag Bearer.jpg Lackeys.jpg Mountain Village.jpg Silk Merchant.jpg Spices.jpg
Develop.jpg Guard Dog.jpg Haggler.jpg Spice Merchant.jpg Witch's Hut.jpg
Develop Guard Dog Haggler Spice Merchant Witch's Hut
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Silos Flag
Silos.jpg Flag.jpg
A Penny Saved [images]
Ducat Patron Scepter Seer Swashbuckler
Ducat.jpg Patron.jpg Scepter.jpg Seer.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg
Berserker.jpg Border Village.jpg Oasis.jpg Souk.jpg Trader.jpg
Berserker Border Village Oasis Souk Trader
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Barracks Guildhall Treasure Chest
Barracks.jpg Guildhall.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Dark Ages

Stargazing [images]
Border Guard Patron Seer Silk Merchant Swashbuckler
Border Guard.jpg Patron.jpg Seer.jpg Silk Merchant.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg
Hermit.jpg Mystic.jpg Procession.jpg Sage.jpg Wandering Minstrel.jpg
Hermit Mystic Procession Sage Wandering Minstrel
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Shelters Star Chart Horn Lantern Treasure Chest
Shelters.jpg Star Chart.jpg Horn.jpg Lantern.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg
Sewer Rats [images]
Flag Bearer Improve Lackeys Mountain Village Research
Flag Bearer.jpg Improve.jpg Lackeys.jpg Mountain Village.jpg Research.jpg
Count.jpg Counterfeit.jpg Cultist.jpg Graverobber.jpg Rats.jpg
Count Counterfeit Cultist Graverobber Rats
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Ruins Shelters Crop Rotation Sewers Flag
Abandoned Mine.jpg Shelters.jpg Crop Rotation.jpg Sewers.jpg Flag.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Guilds/Cornucopia

Combo Corner [images]
Ducat Experiment Hideout Sculptor Seer
Ducat.jpg Experiment.jpg Hideout.jpg Sculptor.jpg Seer.jpg
Herald.jpg Horn of Plenty.jpg Horse Traders.jpg Jester.jpg Stonemason.jpg
Herald Horn of Plenty Horse Traders Jester Stonemason
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Filling the Coffers [images]
Priest Recruiter Spices Swashbuckler Treasurer
Priest.jpg Recruiter.jpg Spices.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg Treasurer.jpg
Baker.jpg Butcher.jpg Menagerie.jpg Merchant Guild.jpg Plaza.jpg
Baker Butcher Menagerie Merchant Guild Plaza
Landscapes and Additional Cards
City Gate Star Chart Key Treasure Chest
City Gate.jpg Star Chart.jpg Key.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Adventures

Progress [images]
Experiment Improve Recruiter Seer Silk Merchant
Experiment.jpg Improve.jpg Recruiter.jpg Seer.jpg Silk Merchant.jpg
Hireling.jpg Ranger.jpg Raze.jpg Swamp Hag.jpg Transmogrify.jpg
Hireling Ranger Raze Swamp Hag Transmogrify
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Training Piazza
Training.jpg Piazza.jpg
Once Upon a Time [images]
Acting Troupe Lackeys Priest Sculptor Spices
Acting Troupe.jpg Lackeys.jpg Priest.jpg Sculptor.jpg Spices.jpg
Distant Lands.jpg Duplicate.jpg Haunted Woods.jpg Royal Carriage.jpg Storyteller.jpg
Distant Lands Duplicate Haunted Woods Royal Carriage Storyteller
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Ferry Innovation
Ferry.jpg Innovation.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Empires

Exploring the City [images]
Cargo Ship Experiment Mountain Village Priest Sculptor
Cargo Ship.jpg Experiment.jpg Mountain Village.jpg Priest.jpg Sculptor.jpg
City Quarter.jpg Farmers' Market.jpg Groundskeeper.jpg Sacrifice.jpg Wild Hunt.jpg
City Quarter Farmers' Market Groundskeeper Sacrifice Wild Hunt
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Exploration Battlefield
Exploration.jpg Battlefield.jpg
Navigating the Sewers [images]
Acting Troupe Flag Bearer Improve Old Witch Scepter
Acting Troupe.jpg Flag Bearer.jpg Improve.jpg Old Witch.jpg Scepter.jpg
Chariot Race.jpg Enchantress.jpg Gladiator.jpg Patrician.jpg Villa.jpg
Chariot Race Enchantress Gladiator Patrician Villa
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Ritual Sewers Flag
Ritual.jpg Sewers.jpg Flag.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Nocturne

Becoming a Monster [images]
Experiment Mountain Village Old Witch Research Spices
Experiment.jpg Mountain Village.jpg Old Witch.jpg Research.jpg Spices.jpg
Devil's Workshop.jpg Monastery.jpg Shepherd.jpg Skulk.jpg Tragic Hero.jpg
Devil's Workshop Monastery Shepherd Skulk Tragic Hero
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Hexes Exploration
Hex-back.jpg Exploration.jpg
True Believers [images]
Border Guard Cargo Ship Scholar Sculptor Villain
Border Guard.jpg Cargo Ship.jpg Scholar.jpg Sculptor.jpg Villain.jpg
Blessed Village.jpg Crypt.jpg Faithful Hound.jpg Sacred Grove.jpg Secret Cave.jpg
Blessed Village Crypt Faithful Hound Sacred Grove Secret Cave
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Boons Cathedral Piazza Horn Lantern
Boon-back.jpg Cathedral.jpg Piazza.jpg Horn.jpg Lantern.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Menagerie

Biding Time [images]
Cavalry Coven Displace Fisherman Goatherd
Cavalry.jpg Coven.jpg Displace.jpg Fisherman.jpg Goatherd.jpg
Ducat.jpg Priest.jpg Recruiter.jpg Scepter.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg
Ducat Priest Recruiter Scepter Swashbuckler
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Sinister Plot Treasure Chest Way of the Turtle
Sinister Plot.jpg Treasure Chest.jpg Way of the Turtle.jpg
Villager Madness [images]
Cardinal Groom Kiln Livery Wayfarer
Cardinal.jpg Groom.jpg Kiln.jpg Livery.jpg Wayfarer.jpg
Border Guard.jpg Flag Bearer.jpg Patron.jpg Silk Merchant.jpg Spices.jpg
Border Guard Flag Bearer Patron Silk Merchant Spices
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Demand Academy Flag Horn Lantern
Demand.jpg Academy.jpg Flag.jpg Horn.jpg Lantern.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Allies

Production Line [images]
Courier Importer Modify Townsfolk Wizards
Courier.jpg Importer.jpg Modify.jpg Townsfolk.jpg Wizards.jpg
Experiment.jpg Mountain Village.jpg Patron.jpg Spices.jpg Treasurer.jpg
Experiment Mountain Village Patron Spices Treasurer
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Exploration Band of Nomads
Exploration.jpg Band of Nomads.jpg
Age of Scribes [images]
Capital City Galleria Odysseys Specialist Underling
Capital City.jpg Galleria.jpg Odysseys.jpg Specialist.jpg Underling.jpg
Acting Troupe.jpg Inventor.jpg Old Witch.jpg Research.jpg Villain.jpg
Acting Troupe Inventor Old Witch Research Villain
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Sinister Plot Fellowship of Scribes
Sinister Plot.jpg Fellowship of Scribes.jpg

[edit] Renaissance & Plunder

Circle of Life [images]
Frigate Jewelled Egg Pickaxe Search Shaman
Frigate.jpg Jewelled Egg.jpg Pickaxe.jpg Search.jpg Shaman.jpg
Acting Troupe.jpg Patron.jpg Experiment.jpg Scholar.jpg Swashbuckler.jpg
Acting Troupe Patron Experiment Scholar Swashbuckler
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Trait for Scholar
Inspiring.jpg Cathedral.jpg
Mirror Masters [images]
Crucible Gondola Quartermaster Taskmaster Trickster
Crucible.jpg Gondola.jpg Quartermaster.jpg Taskmaster.jpg Trickster.jpg
Border Guard.jpg Cargo Ship.jpg Flag Bearer.jpg Seer.jpg Spices.jpg
Border Guard Cargo Ship Flag Bearer Seer Spices
Landscapes and Additional Cards
Trait for Spices
Fated.jpg Mirror.jpg

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
Projects $3 CathedralCathedral.jpgCity GateCity Gate.jpgPageantPageant.jpgSewersSewers.jpgStar ChartStar Chart.jpg $4 ExplorationExploration.jpgFairFair.jpgSilosSilos.jpgSinister PlotSinister Plot.jpg $5 AcademyAcademy.jpgCapitalismCapitalism.jpgFleetFleet.jpgGuildhallGuildhall.jpgPiazzaPiazza.jpgRoad NetworkRoad Network.jpg $6 BarracksBarracks.jpgCrop RotationCrop Rotation.jpgInnovationInnovation.jpg $7 CanalCanal.jpg $8 CitadelCitadel.jpg
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