KeyForge: Call of the Archons - Starter Set

KeyForge: Call of the Archons - Starter Set

Product #FFGKF01

20+ In stock

Manufacturer: Fantasy Flight Games

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Enter a World Where Anything Is Possible...

In this exciting game where no two decks are alike, two players race to forge keys to unlock the hidden vaults of the Crucible, and artifical world built from pieces of countless planets and civilizations. With an incredible array of creatures, artifacts, and abilities, each deck is one-of-a-kind and no two battles will ever be the same!

This starter set contains everything two players need to play!

1 "Radiant Argus the Supreme" Deck
1 "Miss Onyx Censorius" Deck
2 Unique Archon Decks
6 Key Tokens
26 Æmber Tokens
22 Damage Tokens
10 Power Status Cards
10 Stun Status Cards
2 Chain Tracker Cards and Tokens
1 Quickstart Rulebook

Ages: 14+
Players: 2
Game Length: 45 minutes




A great starter for a great game but lacks a full rulebook which should be a no brainer for a "starter set"
Keyforge is a great new card game and is a lot of fun. The starter set is mostly great but it comes with four total decks. Two premade static decks made solely for you to learn with. And two actual tournament legal decks.
The decks:
Personally I completely skipped even opening the static decks (dont do this as important tokens are packaged with them.) And learned with the two actual decks included. I would have much preferred for actual decks since now the two starter decks are completely useless.

The other stuff:
The tokens included are great and really what you are buying this set for as there's currently no other way to obtain them. The rules.... let's call it a pamphlet... is really disappointing and lacks clear explanations of the rules and mechanics. There is a full rulebook available online in pdf form but I really feel like a physical copy of the full rulebook "a whopping 12 pages" really should have been included in the set. Especially for the MSRP of $40.
Game Play
Review by Ronin241 on 11/27/2018