KeyForge was the world's first totally unique-deck card game. Every single deck was different from every other. And now, a whole slew of new decks are hitting streets. Age of Ascension, the new set, is available now. The decks have all new cards, as well as some familiar old ones mixed together so that, as before, no two decks on Earth will ever be the same.
KeyForge was the first card game to have entirely unique decks. No two in the world were alike. The deck you have is not the same as the one your friends have. Now, even more unique decks will be hitting shelves, as Fantasy Flight has announced Age of Ascension, the first expansion set for the game.
KeyForge, Fantasy Flight's new card game where each and every single deck is unique, is now available. You may not know what you're going to get, but I have to say, there's been some awesome names of decks out there. Personally, I would love to play The Woman who Headbutts Sharks. Go get your Archon on, and pick up your sets now.
KeyForge is coming this weekend. There's still more to preview, though. And with every deck that's going to be on store shelves being unique, it's good to have an idea of what might be out there. In this preview, we get a look at House Untamed. They have a card called Ancient Bear. I kinda want one.
KeyForge is just about ready to drop, but there's still time for some previews. In this case, we get a look at another of the Houses in the game. This time around, it's a look at the holy crusaders, the Archons. But will they be merciful or vengeful messengers? That's up to you to decide.
KeyForge is almost here. In it, players will have decks made up of 3 different Houses. One of those Houses is the Martians. They've sent in their flying saucers and tripod walkers in order to crush and destroy everything in front of them. In this preview, we get a look at how the House plays.
KeyForge is going to be hitting shelves soon. Some of you have a deck or two already and have been playing with your entirely unique set of cards. I'm sure some of you are wondering how organized play will work and what different formats there will be. In this preview, we get a look at the Dawn of Discovery format.
A few of you got to try out KeyForge at Gen Con. Some others might have picked up decks on the secondhand market since then. Well, now Fantasy Flight is giving you more chances to try the game before it hits shelves. They have announced pre-release events and posted up a schedule so you can find them.
I got to watch a game of KeyForge the other day. It's a very interesting game. I'm not 100% sold on it yet, but I like the concept. I think I'm just too much of a deck-tweaker to be able to go with just decks as-is, but I still think it's a cool game. Anyway, all of the different houses have different styles in the game. In this preview, we get a look at House Dis and see just what Dis is about.
In KeyForge, the various houses are fighting for control of various sources of power. Each one has its own playstyle and it's the mixing of the various cards that make the game. But, since you don't really know what you're going to get in your deck, having an idea of how each House plays will give you a leg-up, even if you've never seen certain cards work together before. In this post, Fantasy Flight talks about House Brobnar.
The release of KeyForge grows ever closer. As players get prepped to get their new decks that will be unique from every other deck out there, the folks at Fantasy Flight are getting prepped for a big launch event. They've chosen six locations all around Europe to get special launch event specials. Check them out.
The setting of KeyForge is an interesting one. You've got this world where just about anything can happen. The various Houses mix and meld together, sometimes swapping members. There's a lot of chaos and randomness going on. And nothing is taken all too seriously. In this preview, Fantasy Flight shows off this zany place.
As the release of KeyForge gets closer, players are getting more and more hyped about a card game where every deck is unique from every other one. No deck building. No boosters. Just buy your deck and play. In this preview, Fantasy Flight sits down with designer Brad Andres and they talk a bit more about how the decks are designed and the strategies involved in playing them.
Fantasy Flight caused quite a stir with the announcement of KeyForge, their unique card game where every deck in existence will be different from all the others. Players at Gen Con had a chance to check it out, but what about the rest of us? In this preview, we get a look at how the game actually works, so you can check it out for yourself.
It's a card game where every single deck in existence is different from all the others. That's... pretty revolutionary. How did they come up with it? How does that work? What were the designers thinking? Well, in this interview with Richard Garfield, Fantasy Flight sits down and gets the answers to those and more in this look at KeyForge.