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Dominion Seaside


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  • Nautical expansion to the popular Medieval card game Dominion
  • For 2-4 players
  • Takes about 30 minutes to play
  • This is an expansion - you need Dominion or Dominion Intrigue in order to use it
  • Medieval Nautical theme
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 11.8 x 3 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Germany
  • ASIN: B002THXRWK
  • Item model number: RGG404
  • Our recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 - 16 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,263 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
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Dominion Seaside is an expansion to both Dominion and Dominion Intrigue. As such, it does not contain material for a complete game. Specifically, it does not include the basic Treasure, Victory, Curse or Trash cards. Thus, you will need either the base game or Intrigue to play with this expansion, and you will need to have experience playing Dominion with either of the first two games. It is designed to work with either or both of these sets, and any future expansions that may be published. All you ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. And someone who knows how to steer ships using stars. You finally got some of those rivers you'd wanted, and they led to the sea. These are dangerous, pirate-infested waters, and you cautiously send rat-infested ships across them, to establish lucrative trade at far-off merchant-infested ports. First, you will take over some islands, as a foothold. The natives seem friendly enough, crying their peace cries, and giving you spears and poison darts before you are even close enough to accept them properly. When you finally reach those ports you will conquer them, and from there you will look for more rivers. One day, all the rivers will be yours. This is the 2nd addition to Dominion. It adds 26 New Kingdom cards to Dominion. Its central theme is your next turn; there are cards that do something this turn and next, cards that set up your next turn, and other ways to step outside of the bounds of a normal turn. Dominion Seaside is an expansion to both Dominion and Dominion Intrigue. As such, it does not contain material for a complete game. Specifically, it does not include the Treasure, Victory, Curse or Trash cards. Thus, you will need either the base game or Intrigue to play with this expansion and have experience playing Dominion with either of the first two games. It is designed to work with either or both of these sets, and any future expansions that may be published.

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Dominion: Seaside is an expansion to both Dominion and Dominion: Intrigue. As such, it does not contain material for a complete game. Specifically, it does not include the basic Treasure, Victory, Curse, or Trash cards. Thus, you will need either the base game or Intrigue to play with this expansion, and you will need to have experience playing Dominion with either of the first two games. It is designed to work with either or both of these sets, and any future expansions that may be published. All you ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. And someone who knows how to steer ships using stars. You finally got some of those rivers you'd wanted, and they led to the sea. These are dangerous, pirate-infested waters, and you cautiously send rat-infested ships across them, to establish lucrative trade at far-off merchant-infested ports. First, you will take over some islands, as a foothold. The natives seem friendly enough, crying their peace cries, and giving you spears and poison darts before you are even close enough to accept them properly. When you finally reach those ports you will conquer them, and from there you will look for more rivers. One day, all the rivers will be yours. This is the 2nd addition to Dominion. It adds 26 new Kingdom cards to Dominion. Its central theme is your next turn; there are cards that do something this turn and next, cards that set up your next turn, and other ways to step outside of the bounds of a normal turn. Dominion: Seaside is an expansion to both Dominion and Dominion: Intrigue. As such, it does not contain material for a complete game. Specifically, it does not include the Treasure, Victory, Curse, or Trash cards. Thus, you will need either the base game or Intrigue to play with this expansion and have experience playing Dominion with either of the first two games. It is designed to work with either or both of these sets, and any future expansions that may be published.

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Fun, family game.
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This is a very strategic game, that is easy to understand yet still keeps you thinking and planning the entire time.
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Seaside is great expansion for the Dominion series.
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184 of 193 people found the following review helpful By Connor Sites-Bowen on November 10, 2009
Dominion: Seaside is the second expansion (but first strictly-expansion expansion) to the award-winning uncollectible collectible card game Dominion. The first expansion, Dominion: Intrigue, was an expansion, but could also be played on its own.

Seaside, on the other hand, is a strict expansion- it lacks the Land and Money cards that Dominion and Dominion:Intrigue come with, and can only be played when on also has a copy of one of those two (or both, if you have all three!).

Dominion (the original) had 25 different stacks of Kingdom cards, from which you chose ten stacks to use in any given game (about three million possible scenarios). Intrigue added another 25, for a total of 50 stacks from which you chose 10 (for something like 10 billion possible starting scenarios). Seaside adds 26 more Kingdom cards, for a total of 76 from which one chooses ten (pushing the possible start scenarios up towards the trillions).

Like the other two games, the game starts with each player having a fixed deck of ten cards, and using those cards to purchase more cards from a central pool of Land Cards, Money Cards, and Stuff Cards. One recycles this ever-growing deck back onto itself, simulating a small dominion's cycling economy, and competing against the other player's kingdoms in a race of efficiency and resource-wealth.

Intrigue, as the name belies, introduced many "sneaky" or "mean" cards into the game- attacks that pulled cards from other peoples hands and decks, or cards that punished other players who were getting ahead. Rather than rehashing the original game's mechanics, it pushed them in new, interesting directions, typically by forcing competing players to choose the lesser of two evils when presented with certain card-actions.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By J. Judy on November 25, 2009
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We bought the Seaside expansion pack to use in conjunction with the original Dominion and Dominion Intrigue and have absolutely no regrets. Seaside offers a variety of new and very original cards to use, many of which "continue" to your next turn. This expansion also adds "metal coins" to be used with the Pirate Ship card, and metal chips to use with the Embargo card, so beware, if you have small kids, this new expansion does have small parts along with the usual multiple cards.

The strategies change significantly with Seaside, as there are numerous cards that allow you to take extra actions, use more coins, and/or draw extra cards on not only the turn they are played, but also the subsequent turn. There are also cards that allow you to "store" coins and/or action cards to be used later in the game. There are also a few attack cards, so the Curse cards are also used in Seaside. There is only one card that I don't like: the Lookout card, which requires you to draw three cards and then you are mandated to trash one. This could be tragic if you happen to draw three Provinces, or something along that line. I refuse to ever buy a Lookout. In fact, my wife and I won't even use it in our games.

Take note that this is an expansion pack and requires the original Dominion or Intrigue, as there are no money or point cards included with it. The action cards in Seaside can be used separately or in conjunction with Dominion and/or Intrigue. We usually combine all three games and use action cards from all of them. It assures that every game is different and totally new strategies are needed each time you play.

I highly recommend Seaside if you are a fan of the first two Dominion games.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 7, 2010
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Seaside is great expansion for the Dominion series. I thought Dominion was an amazing stand alone game that needed no improvement but both Seaside and Intrigue have truly added so much more to the already considerable amount of game play variations.

Seaside adds a particularly neat dynamic with duration cads which have a lasting effect where card abilities are used for two turns. Seaside also adds more cards that interact with you opponents like those in Intrigue. So far my favorite card is "Embargo" which allows you to place an Embargo token on any of the purchasable cards to penalize any player who wishes to purchase it. The embargo card is then trashed but each embargo token placed on a card pile forces a player to pick up a curse card with purchase. 3 tokens = 3 curse cards, great for slowing the game down or keeping someone else from getting that last card.

I personally think Dominion is one of the best card/board/ strategy games out there. It's easy to learn and it's always interesting since no two games are ever the same if you are using a random set up method.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Ganong on March 12, 2010
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This game is a ton of fun. Every time you play it, you are almost forced to use a different strategy than the time before based on the cards that come out. This is a strategy game with a huge amount of replay value.
In comparison to the original Dominion set, I would say that this one is simply more...interesting. The cards often force you into a different mindset. The strategies used can be more off the wall and what your opponents do gets less predictable. In other words, if you like strategy games with small amounts of randomness, and lots of different pathways by which to finagle the victory, this one is for you.
I do have a couple of small critiques:
There are more 'parts' now. It is not just cards anymore, now there are mats and little tokens. So far this is fine, but I typically don't like this type of game bloat.
You can still only play with four players. I was honestly hoping that the expansion would have additional rules for six, but it doesn't. I have tried adding a few more Provinces to play with more than four, but the game seems to be built around four.
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