KeyForge is going to be hitting shelves soon. Some of you have a deck or two already and have been playing with your entirely unique set of cards. I'm sure some of you are wondering how organized play will work and what different formats there will be. In this preview, we get a look at the Dawn of Discovery format.
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Great hordes of players across the world are eagerly awaiting the release of KeyForge. So are the countless players who have not yet found a KeyForge community but are ready, nonetheless, to begin their search for the Crucible's many hidden Vaults. Are you one of them? You may be. And if you are, KeyForge Organized Play will be your link to the others.
The Organized Play program for KeyForge is designed to help you find more places to play, to meet more players, and to uncover the secrets of ever more Vaults. In fact, the game's many secrets factor heavily into the first months of Organized Play—the era which shall henceforth be known as…
The Dawn of Discovery!
As you might have read in our introduction to KeyForge Organized Play, the Dawn of Discovery focuses on the exploration, discovery, and enjoyment of new decks—as well as the different ways you can play the game.
The truth is that because KeyForge is an entirely new species of game—a Unique Deck Game—it lends itself well to a wide variety of formats and variants, which arrange themselves, quite neatly, across the spectrum of casual to competitive.
Today, as we look forward to getting our hands on some of the game's quadrillions of possible decks, we'll take a closer look at its many formats and variants… some of the nigh-infinite ways you can go about exploring and enjoying your decks!