Shard of the Week: Early Plays for Success

The first few turns of any collectible card game are some of the most critical. Although I have delved into some strategies in the past for early game plays, today I put some extra effort towards identifying some strategies when you have access to your opponent’s Archon decklist. These two minutes of analysis can shift
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As a teenager in the mid 90s, my mind was blown by an article I read in a Magic the Gathering magazine. Apparently, the best players in the world were playing solo games against themselves to test their decks. Back then, it was brilliant. Nowadays, card gamers have gotten much more advanced and this kind
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We’ve all had that moment of running into someone who looks just like us, has the same last name, or likes all the same movies we do. Keyforge decks have a lot of doppelgangers too. Sure, every deck is unique, but that doesn’t mean we won’t see the same overarching strategies time after time. Especially
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While attending AoA’s release the one thing I wasn’t counting on were all the questions that would arise. Today, I’ll be delving into some of my most commonly asked questions from our weekly events. Hopefully, reading through this makes your event management alot smoother…. Drummernaut / Grey Rider and Combos The rule of six applies
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Playing a deck with a lot of creatures can be one of the most educational experiences in this game. At first glance, decks with around 25 or more creatures appear to lack the “required” cards for tournament level play. With the influx of higher creature counts comes lowered odds for typically vital action and artifact
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