Variety is the spice of life

Native Village
: 2

Choose one: Set aside the top card of your deck face down on your Native Village mat; or put all the cards from your mat into your hand.

You may look at the cards on your mat at any time; return them to your deck at the end of the game.

Action
Horse Traders
: 4

Discard 2 Cards.

When another player plays an Attack card, you may set this aside from your hand. If you do, then at the start of your next turn, +1 Card and return this to your hand.

Action
Reaction
Remake
: 4

Do this twice: Trash a card from your hand, then gain a card costing exactly 1 treasure more than the trashed card.

Action
Treasure Map
: 4

Trash this and another copy of Treasure Map from your hand. If you do trash two Treasure Maps, gain 4 gold cards, putting them on top of your deck.

Action
Harvest
: 5

Reveal the top 4 cards of your deck, then discard them. +1 treasure per differently named card revealed.

Action
Menagerie
: 3

Reveal your hand.
If there are no duplicate cards in it, +3 Cards.
Otherwise, +1 Card.

Action
Navigator
: 4

Look at the top 5 cards of your deck. Either discard all of them, or put them back on top of your deck in any order.

Action
Sea Hag
: 4

Each other player discards the top card of his deck, then gains a Curse card, putting it on top of his deck.

Action
Attack
Explorer
: 5

You may reveal a Province card from your hand. If you do, gain a Gold card, putting it into your hand. Otherwise, gain a Silver card, putting it into your hand.

Action
Fairgrounds
: 6

Worth 2 victory for every 5 differently named cards in your deck (round down).

Victory
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Comments

The combo of Native Village,

The combo of Native Village, Menagerie, and Horse Traders made this a very fun board. Horse Traders (after Native Village) discards your duplicates, letting Menagerie draw enough cards to discard to Horse Traders. Not to mention, Horse Traders is a good counter to Sea Hag, so the Curses don't really hurt you before you Remake them away.

I ended the game with one of every card except Treasure Map, making my Fairgrounds into $6-costing Provinces. My opponent's Harvest hit $4 every time. This board exemplifies the Cornucopia theme of "variety".