Keyforge: Call of Archons (12 Pack)

Keyforge: Call of Archons (12 Pack)

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Enter a world where the only limit is your imagination in Keyforge: Call of Archons. A unique deck game created by Richard Garfield, every Call of Archon deck is completely unique and unlike any other original Keyforge deck Read More

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KathleenH
23
Jul 5, 2019
Earlier ship date is now reflected. Thanks!
ExitMusic
1
Jul 1, 2019
Jumped on this immediately. Very surprised to see the discount on these boxes because this original set is still very much sought after, and viable for competitive play against the new set. Too hard to pass this up.
Kenrac
116
Jul 1, 2019
This is a great game. I have been a MtG for years, and so I was drawn to anything by Richard Garfield. It took a little work at first because it's very different from Magic, and it has been very rewarding. I have nearly 120 decks right now, and there is a very active tournament scene in my area. Got my kids and some friends to play, as well. There is a new set out, called Age of Ascension. (Which is probably why this is on a drop.) Having said that, these decks are STILL VERY VIABLE, and can still carry value on the secondary market. You will need some supplies to play the game (beyond 2 decks) but those can be jury rigged out of anything lying around. I use some old brass buttons i found for amber, for example. At any rate, it's totally worth checking out, especially at this price.
Skolor
48
Jul 1, 2019
Oh hey, I just started playing this. As someone who is a long time magic player, it's definitely an interesting take on the genre. A few notes: * The strategy is deeper than it looks at first glance. Planning at least 1-2 turns ahead is absolutely crucial, and almost every decision involves multiple turns worth of decision making. * It's fascinating to me that you can take any one of these decks and show up at a tournament and do reasonably well, even cracking the pack there. Since all decks are randomly generated and most follow a standard distribution in terms of power, you're probably pulling an average power level deck in most packs. * You almost certainly want to pick up one of the starter sets in addition to this, if you want to play the game. While you don't strictly need all the tokens, keeping track of different status effects, plus damage, bonuses, aember and keys can be difficult. I'd recommend the newer Age of Ascension one, mostly because it's cheaper ($25 and comes with 2 more decks, which will be quite different from these). * While the Age of Ascension expansion recently released (end of May), these decks are still quite viable for competitive play. In fact, at the recent high-level tournaments (vault tours), the majority of the decks have been from Call of Archons. Locally, however, most players seem to be enjoying palying the Age of Ascension decks more. In all, if you've got a local scene for playing, I'd recommend giving this game a try. It's fun, relatively low cost to start playing, and it forces a very different set of strategies on you compared to most card games. There's also a reasonable (if small) competitive scene, which I find to be a huge bonus.
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