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KeyForge Dark Tidings: Deluxe Archon Deck (PREORDER)

Sale price $13.46 Regular price $14.95

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Dive beneath the waves of the Crucible’s oceans with Dark Tidings, the fifth set of Archon Decks for KeyForge, the world’s only Unique Deck Game! Dark Tidings introduces a brand-new House to the game: the Unfathomable. Replacing Dis in the current card pool, the Unfathomable specialize in controlling their opponents by exhausting enemy creatures. What’s more, every House gains the power to call upon the tides of the Crucible, gaining advantages from high tide and avoiding the punishments of low tide. Finally, Dark Tidings also brings the possibility of evil twin decks into the game! Any evil twin deck is a copy of another deck in existence, except with many of its cards exchanged for their “evil twin” versions, featuring alternate abilities, graphic design, and art.

Each Dark Tidings Deluxe Deck contains a single, ready-to-play 36-card deck, bringing together three of the diverse Houses of the Crucible into a single deck—featuring its own mix of cards and unique from every other Archon Deck in existence. Players will also find all of the tokens needed for a single player to start playing the game of KeyForge!

  • The fifth set of Archon Decks for KeyForge with over 250 new cards joining the cardpool.
  • Includes all of the tokens and components a single player needs to start playing KeyForge.
  • A brand-new House—the Unfathomable—bursts onto the scene, uniting the mysterious Aquans with toothy horrors from deep beneath the Crucible’s oceans.
  • Every House takes advantage of the shifting tides with the introduction of a new Tide Card, marking high tide and low tide, that is included in every deck.
  • Evil twin decks offer an exciting and rare new type of deck—a copy of an existing deck, except with many of the deck’s cards exchanged for their “evil twin” variant.