1st – X. Olivier, Farnate’s Long-winded Lord 2nd – Ibrilaff, the Gray Cell Mayor Top 4 – The Citizen who Steals from Light Top 4 – Archonovich the Passive Top 16 – Mr. Novaeye, the Streetwise Poetaster
Welcome back readers! Worlds have finally collided. I’ve been playtesting for a few hours a day since release and this is quickly becoming my favorite set… despite my poor luck with it. The strategies are fun, the synergies are interesting, and the play style reminds me of when I was first learning Call of the
Advanced Key Concepts is a series exploring deeper strategy in KeyForge to help players hopefully get better at the game, as well as achieve higher success in more competitive environments. I am assuming readers know the basics of the game, and have some working knowledge of Keyforge. So let’s skip past all the introductory basics
Welcome back. I hope you’re having a creepy October!Worlds Collide is approaching quicker than a grim reaper on skates. Pull up a chair, hold out your bag, say ‘trick or treat’… the candy is on it’s way! Lets dive right in for some chewy caramels… Our first treat is the release date of Worlds Collide.
1st – Kantphage, the Lady General of the Keep 2nd – Farraway of Cloudforest Top 4 – The Mister of Queencorner Top 4 – Batzorig “Cannonade” Engikrieg Top 8 – Gracefully Moribund Roxy Top 8 – Titaness Hopkinson Top 8 – U. U. Wyrmomom of the Destitute Retreat Top 16 – Princess Q. Logicdagger
What makes Keyforge popular? Sure, we could sum it up to great gameplay. As a lifelong gamer, I tend to often notice the small details that make a game outshine the rest- and I’ve found Keyforge to cut deeper into a psyhological level than most. So today, let’s take a look at what makes Keyforge