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Variants and Fan Cards / Re: "In games using this" effects
« on: February 24, 2014, 05:17:41 am »
My try:

$3 Action
Trash a card from your hand. You may gain two cards with the total cost up to the trashed card.
In games using this, when you trash a Province, gain a Duchy.

GokoDom / Re: GokoDom III: Third Theason Thign-up Thread
« on: February 02, 2014, 04:26:54 pm »
I'm in. Base set only.

Goko Dominion Online / Re: Most annoying card interface?
« on: December 31, 2013, 06:32:10 am »
The amount of times I've discarded a smithy-variant for +buy on accident is just painful.
Same here. Another candidate is Masquerade, I once trashed a goons and two wandering ministrels in a single game (unvoluntarily). There should be a window popping up which asks "are you sure?", e.g. when the card costs more than 2$.
Or Jack of All Trades. It's made worse because there's a good chance the only cards that are highlighted are ones you could play, and you have to pay attention to the colour of the highlight.
After I did that few times I thought: "This time I'll make sure to click 'done trashing' before anything else". However, it turned out that I had only treasures in hand, so I end up clicking "End turn" instead and wasted my 9$ hand.

Dominion Articles / Re: Stonemason
« on: December 17, 2013, 12:15:41 am »
Stonemason is great on a Potion board - you can get a lot more out of your Potion each shuffle by using Stonemason to pick up two Alchemists/Familiars/Scrying Pools/Golems.  Then, once you're done with the Potion, turn it into two Silvers!  Or Estates, depending on how far along into the game you are.  Speaking of Potion cards, Vineyard is Stonemason's best friend.  Every time you buy Stonemason, your Vineyards go up a point.

In addition, in late game you can trash any potion costing card, except transmute, into two vineyards.

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: December 04, 2013, 10:43:45 am »

And many more~

Gandalf can get past Saruman's troubles (sage skips over ruinses), makes sense.

Also. If someone here is a fan of him, don't hate me, but...

Scout = Faramir

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: December 03, 2013, 01:38:55 am »

Tournaments and Events / Re: Dominion Team World Cup Signup
« on: November 09, 2013, 03:05:23 pm »
Goko username: Julle
Nationality: Finland
Sets owned: None

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: September 10, 2013, 03:11:49 pm »

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: August 31, 2013, 12:46:03 am »

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: August 22, 2013, 02:23:54 pm »
I'm not really sure where the best place to put this is (likely nowhere), but I accidentally created an Infinite Scout Vortex and I thought I'd share...

EDIT: What??? I'm...a SCOUT??? Me?? How can this be...the irony...the shame...

...How did you "accidentally" create that?

I accidentally all the scouts, is this bad?

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: August 22, 2013, 06:25:51 am »
Lookout might be the best $3-trasher, but only if you bring some frustration tolerance. Thx to my opponent anyway.

I will let someone else do the Advisor meme.  Hopefully they can think of something creative. :P

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: August 02, 2013, 03:36:51 am »

It was ME and it was my FIRST POST and it means a LOT to me you guys and I think it's cuter than your UGLY FAT CARTOON SEAL ANYWAY!!!

*runs away crying*

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: July 25, 2013, 10:22:00 pm »

Game Reports / Re: Etiquette, or What did I do wrong?
« on: July 21, 2013, 11:34:54 pm »
Yo momma so dirty, she always pays extra to the doctor for some "top-inspecting".

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: July 18, 2013, 11:51:50 pm »

"When you shuffle, you may put this anywhere in your deck."

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: July 07, 2013, 02:52:43 am »

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Pet tricks you haven't tried yet
« on: July 02, 2013, 07:31:25 am »
I think I've tried this once. It was on ISO, so there was on Feoda.

1. Buy Embargoes, Traders and +buy.

2. Embargo the curses repeatedly

3. Buy curses with trader in hand

4. Gain a bunch of silvers

My friends know the Base and Intrigue pretty well, but don't always remember all the newest cards. So if I play Goons, Followers etc. I just tell them to commit Militia. Urchin is "half-militia"  :). Scrying Pool is spy and if I play Noble Brigand I tell them to reveal cards just like against Thief. Of course effect is not same.

Variants and Fan Cards / Re: Really bad card ideas
« on: June 29, 2013, 02:40:10 pm »
Back on the half-cards ...

$1.5 - Act
Name a card.
When you buy this, you may overpay for it.

$1.5 - Act
Look trough your deck. You may put half of it (rounded down) in your discard pile- Put other cards back on your deck in any order

1) Bishop
2) Chapel

I don't think Moneylending is permitted in Church, I think it's even in the Bible. He would be told to go away and never return.
Maybe he confess his sins and starts to work there for good.

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Stonemason + Border Village = WIN
« on: June 27, 2013, 12:14:55 am »
In terms of general SM strategy, the overpay in general would seem to be excellent with Vineyards - every time you buy a SM, your Vineyards are each worth 1 point more.  Awesomeness
And later you can trash your other potion cards (except transmute) for two wineyards each!

Dominion General Discussion / Re: Homage to the Best Card
« on: June 25, 2013, 04:20:15 pm »

Guilds Previews / Re: Obvious Predictions: Guilds Edition
« on: June 14, 2013, 05:03:17 am »
Merchant Guild will get confused with Market Square, like Mint and Mine (
And merchant ship!

Well, it's not easy for us Border Patrol Agents here in the Watchtower.

You wouldn't believe the crazy things people try to sneak into the country. Just the other day, there was this guy, pretty obviously a thief, who claimed he'd "found" a valuable cache, with lots of gold and copper, in the neighboring kingdom. Well, I told him he could keep the gold, but we had to impound the copper. Potentially infested with the Western Copper Aphid, a dangerous species don't you know. Well he tried to argue, but we just told him to dispose of it in the conveniently located trash receptacle. Ditto with those goons the other day, with a huge load of copper that they'd just bought; I don't make the rules, I just enforce them.

There's also that crazy witch across the border, who keeps trying to ship cursed artifacts into the kingdom. I must have told her a thousand times "You're in violation of the International Convention on Magical Item Trafficking," but she won't stop.

And don't get me started about that obnoxious ambassador, seems like he's always trying to bring an entire estate with him. I tell him "I don't care what your title is, we treat everyone the same" and then secretly impound all his stuff and deny his servants visas.

Everyone entering the country has to fill out an entry form for visas. I can't count the number of would-be marauders checking off the box for Purpose of Visit: "Reducing your villages to ruins." Well, needless to say, those guys get denied visas and kicked out. We're not heartless though, they each get a packet of souvenir candy from the desk bowl. They may be spoilt though, we haven't cleaned it out since Halloween.

Of course, it's not all about preventing people from smuggling things into the country. Occasionally we receive priority shipments that HQ tells us to send strait to the King's Inbox. And we do.

So I hope, next time you invest some copper with your local spice merchant, you remember the brave men and women here at the Watchtower. We're keeping your coppers free of aphids and your villages unruined.

A letter From the King.

16 April 1563
My Dear Fellow Watchmen:

I must say I really approve your work there at Watchtower. Countless times you have re-directed lots of goods that my Smugglers, Thieves and Universities have produced, to my court. You can't imagine how long it used to take to get that little workshop to work before.  Also, I thank you for training the squires, I sent to you, so quickly into Knights, Thieves, Spies or even Scrying pools! I don't know how you manage to do that, but keep up the good work!

However, I also have some bad news to you. Firstly, last night a thief from our rival kingdom broke in to my castle and stole my entire Harem! I can't believe you didn't even notice him. I mean, there was nothing you could do, when they also stole my Talisman last week, but the whole Harem! My miners spend whole day to build that from the old Quarry.

Secondly, I don't understand why do you refuse to work harder when I'm in a hurry. My loyal Witches, Foragers, Golems work thrice as much when I command them, even the poor Scout at least tries his best.

Yours for the cause of Peace and Brotherhood.

Conspirators really love schemes, but in most situations one is not enough. They do need the plan B to be really effective.

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