Treasure deck

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The treasure deck contains treasure items that can have activated, paid, or passive effects. Some of these cards have the "Eternal" effect, meaning they cannot be stolen or destroyed by other players/when you die.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

2 Treasure cards will always be up for sale, when it's your turn you may buy 1 Treasure card from the shop, or from the top of the deck. All Treasure cards cost 10 cents.

List of cards[edit | edit source]

Starting Items[edit | edit source]

Starting items can be either active or passive, but always have the "eternal" modifier, making it so they cannot be destroyed, traded, or stolen.

Kickstarter Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Four Souls+ Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Active[edit | edit source]

Active Items have gold borders, you use these by turning them sideways, you can't use it again until it rotates back to your turn (or otherwise specified) You can use these items anytime in response to any action, even if it's not your turn.

Kickstarter Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Four Souls+ Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

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Paid Items will have a "$" on them. You can use Paid Items as much as you like, as long as you pay the price, the cost could be money, counters, items, or loot.

Kickstarter Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Four Souls+ Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Passive[edit | edit source]

Passive Items have silver borders and don't need to be activated and will passively help you.

Kickstarter Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Four Souls+ Expansion Pack[edit | edit source]

Additional notes[edit | edit source]

Gimpy was buffed since it was revealed on McMillen's website which was never changed.[1]

McMillen's website has two Gimpy cards and two Nickel cards on the Four Souls+ Expansion Pack, while Divorce Papers and Libra are missing.[2]