[This is a now-outdated April Fool’s joke. The actual Cornucopia card list
(and strategic analysis) can be found here.]
I’m delighted to announce that thanks to a little bit of inside information from one of the readers of this blog, we have a SNEAK PREVIEW of the 13 cards from the next Dominion expansion, Dominion: Cornucopia. Although the five unique cards are still being kept under wraps for now, and the artwork has not yet been finalized, you can find below an exclusive preview of the text of the new Kingdom cards!
All other players begin their next turn with +1 Action.
You may discard any number of cards. For each differently-colored card you discard, +$2.
For each differently-named Action you have in play (including this one), +$1.
You may either discard a Curse or gain a Curse. If you do, name a card: reveal cards from your deck until you reveal the named card. Put it in your hand and discard the other revealed cards.
Trash the top card of your deck. If it is a Victory card, gain any Victory card. If it is a Treasure card, gain any Action card. Otherwise, gain a Curse.
Trash a card. Your opponents must reveal their hands and trash all copies of that card in their hand.
Set this card aside.
At the end of the game, return all copies of Traitor to your deck. For each copy of Traitor that was set aside, multiply every players’ VP total by -1.
Randomly select a card to reveal from the hand of the player to your left. This card is worth as much as the cost of the revealed card.
For the remainder of this turn, all cards illustrated by Maura Kalusky provide an additional $2 when played.
You may reveal this card when another player plays his fifth Action card on his turn. That player’s Action phase ends immediately.
At the end of the game, tabulate the amount of VPs gained from each Victory card. This is worth as many VPs as the fewest VPs you received from any particular Victory card.
Nontargeted Interactions Are Not Attacks
All players give their hand to the player on their left.
For each copy of Double Down in your deck, multiply your final VP total by 2 if the date is April 1st.