Black Mummers

: 2

Gain 3 coppers, putting them into your hand.
When another player plays an Attack card, you may discard this. If you do, gain two Silvers, putting one on top of your deck.

: 4

Reveal the top card of your deck; you may discard it. Either way, if it is an...
Action card, +1 Action
Treasure card, +1 Treasure
Victory card, +1 Card.

Throne Room
: 4

Choose an Action card in your hand. Play it twice.

Band of Misfits
: 5

Play this as if it were an Action card in the Supply costing less than it that you choose. This is that card until it leaves play.

: 5

If there are any cards in the trash costing from 3 Treasure to 6 Treasure, gain one of them. Otherwise, each other player reveals the top 2 cards of his deck, trashes one of them costing from 3 Treasure to 6 Treasure, and discards the rest.

Black Market
: 3

Reveal the top 3 cards of the Black Market deck. You may buy one of them immediately. Put the unbought cards on the bottom of the Black Market deck in any order.

(Before the game, make a Black Market deck out of one copy of each Kingdom card not in the supply.)

: 4

Trash a card from your hand. Gain a card costing up to 2 Treasure more than the trashed card.

Wandering Minstrel
: 4

Reveal the top 3 cards of your deck. Put the Actions back on top in any order and discard the rest.

: 5
: 6

Reveal cards from your deck until you reveal 2 Treasure cards. Put those Treasure cards into your hand and discard the other revealed cards.

This game was custom designed
Average: 8 (1 vote)


Good, but chancelor was

Good, but chancelor was replaced black market.


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