Questions tagged [keyforge]

Card game featuring unique, algorithmically-generated decks. The game is won by forging three keys. Keys are forged by collecting aember throughout the course of the game. Designed by Richard Garfield, and published by Fantasy Flight Games. keyforgegame.com

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Is each card equally likely to be a Maverick?

I have been reading a bit on deck composition and this question popped up in my head: can any card be a maverick or is it only few, "exciting" cards? Obviously the maverick rate is minuscule ...
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Are there any restrictions on which houses can be combined in a deck in Keyforge?

I keep finding myself speculating which house combos are cool and would be optimal to play with. But at the same time both my decks and my friends decks are extremely similar in house compositions (...
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Look at card under Masterplan?

Masterplan is a shadows artifact that reads: Play: Put a card from your hand facedown beneath Masterplan. Omni: Play the card beneath Masterplan. Sacrifice Masterplan. Am I allowed to look at ...
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Official timing breakdown and update to accommodate Anger?

The official rulings on how Anger works (specifically how it works on off house stunned creatures with no legitimate targets to fight) have invoked some new concepts (e.g., "attempting to use") as ...
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Does Neutron Shark cause me to discard, even after destroying itself?

If Neutron Shark destroys itself due to its own Play/Fight/Reap effect, how much more of its effect resolves? Does it just stop? Does it discard, then stop? Or can it even repeat after it’s destroyed?
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If Bad Penny is destroyed by Yxilo Bolter's Fight/Reap effect, where does it go?

When Bad Penny is destroyed, it goes back into my (its owner's) hand. But if Yxilo Bolter destroys it due to its Fight/Reap effect, it is purged. In this case, which effect "wins"?
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If an effect destroys multiple creatures, in what order are they destroyed?

If I use a card like Gateway to Dis to destroy multiple creatures, how do we decide in which order they are destroyed, what effects can be applied, and in what order they land in the discard pile?
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Does “one non-Logos card” on Phase Shift limit me, or just enable me?

If I play 2 Phase Shifts in the same turn, can I play two non-Logos cards? If I play Wild Wormhole, resulting in playing a non-Logos card, can I still use Phase Shift to play another non-Logos card?
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Can Pawn Sacrifice deal 6 damage to a single creature?

If my opponent plays Pawn Sacrifice while he and I each have one creature, mine being power 5, first he sacrifices his creature, then he deals 3 damage to mine. Does the second instance of damage also ...
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Does Skirmish apply to both attacking and defending?

We're a bit confused about the Skirmish ability. The helper text on Quixo the "Adventurer" says the following: Skirmish. (When you use this creature to fight, it is dealt no damage in return). We'...
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Can I play/use a card that can't fully resolve?

Some cards (e.g. Anger - "Ready and fight with a friendly creature.") say to do multiple things. What if not all of those things are possible (e.g. if my opponent has no creatures for me to fight) - ...
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If I have only one creature in play, is it on a flank?

Many cards (e.g. Valdr, Hand of Dis) reference creatures that are, or are not, on a/the flank. If I only have one creature in play, is it considered to be on a flank?