Counter Pressure

Jan 19  Joshua Ely  

In a previous article we took a look at Keyforge’s common tug of war battle in the form of pressure. Last time we discussed the different types of pressure (Aember, Board, and Disruptive) – as well as how to apply them. […]

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Archon Mechanics: Keys

Jan 16  Chenne  

Welcome back to Archon Mechanics, where we lift the lid on the engine of Keyforge and take a closer look at the game’s inner-workings! Last week we covered Aember, the first step to reaching the end-game. Now, we’re exploring the […]

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Mobius Scroll: Timetraveller

Jan 12  Morgan F  

Welcome back to the Mobius Scroll, a series of articles that aim to critically analyze the cards that are creating the most buzz in the world of Keyforge. This week we take a deeper look in to the Logos powerhouse, Timetraveller – […]

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Archon Mechanics: Aember

Jan 09  Chenne  

When I began learning how to play Keyforge I was taken aback by how easy it was to pick up. The phases of each turn are easily understood. However, at times certain keywords and mechanics flat-out stumped me. Either they […]

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Mobius Scroll: The Four Horsemen

Jan 03  Morgan F  

Psst: Our forum is up, but it’s a little quiet! Hop on over and make some noise if you’re so inclined! [GO TO FORUMS] Welcome to the first edition of Mobius Scroll, a series that takes a deeper look into […]

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Jan 01  Joshua Ely  

With KeyForge players encounter a number of interesting decisions during games that direct the course of the game. How should you be playing to ensure a win? So many things to be considered: we could cover the developing meta game, […]

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This Combo BREAKS the Game

Dec 19  Nick  

Odette, Exepoint Stablehand. This Dis, Shadows and Sanctum deck appears average-enough on the surface – but with a little luck of the draw this deck packs not a punch, but a K.O. While the nature of a unique deck game […]

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There’s Something About Brobnar

Dec 12  Jason  

The results are in from Keyforge’s $1K event. Held at Island Games in Virgina on December 8th was a gauntlet format event (where each player brings 3 decks) – once a player loses a match with a deck that deck […]

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Symmetrical Effects and You

Dec 06  Ben N  

“Why did we make this again?” Welcome to part one of a two-part series on symmetrical effects and maximizing them to the best of their abilities. Not all symmetrical effects are equal – and often the difference between winning and […]

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