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Keyforge Archon Solo Tournament

Keyforge Archon Solo Tournament

FORMAT: Archon Solo
Event Fee: $5.00
Prizes: Season One Premium Kit plus special “Hansen, the Hunter of Jupiter Games” deck.
Start Time: 12:00pm

Format:
In the Archon format, each player brings a deck to the tournament. This deck must be an official, unaltered KeyForge Archon Deck that the player either obtained ahead of time or bought at the event itself.

In a Solo tournament, each player uses the same single deck (that they either brought themselves or received at the event, depending on the format) for the entirety of the tournament.

Keyforge Archon Survival Tournament

Keyforge Archon Survival Tournament

FORMAT: Archon Survival
Event Fee: $5.00
Prizes: Season One Premium Kit plus special “Dame Miranda of Jupiter Games” deck.
Start Time: 12:30pm

Both Call of the Archons and Age of Ascension decks are usable as choices.

Each player enters the tournament with 2 decks. The decks are ranked in an order of the player’s choosing before the first round. Each player must start with their first deck. Whenever a player loses a round, the deck they played with is “out” and cannot be used for the remainder of the tournament. When a player no longer has decks remaining, they are eliminated from the tournament.

Philosophy:
This variant puts a more unique spin on classic elimination-style tournaments. A sense of excitement and
heightened stakes can set in when a player is down to his or her last deck, which can promote more creative and
risky strategies as well as a sense of accomplishment when victory is achieved.

Keyforge Chainbound Tournament

Keyforge Chainbound Tournament

Start: 7 PM
Entry: Free
Prizes: Chains and Power Level

Test your Archon decks in our Chainbound tournaments!

Over the course of playing ChainBound tournaments, your decks can earn and lose Chains that impact your hand size on the opening turn and—potentially—for several turns afterward. And as your deck keeps on winning, it can even gain Power Levels, which are great right now for bragging rights—but will be even better in the future when they’re required for participation in certain events!

Format: Chainbound events will be either 3 or 4 swiss rounds depending on attendance.

Chains are gained and lost at the following rate at the conclusion of an event:

3 ROUNDS (4-8 Players):
1 or 0 wins = subtract 1 Chain
2 wins = add 2 Chains
3 wins = add 3 Chains

4 Rounds (9+ Players):
1 or 0 wins = subtract 1 Chain
2 wins = no change
3 wins = add 3 Chains
4 wins = add 4 Chains

As your deck accumulates chains, it’s Power Level increases:
1-6 Chains = Power Level 1
7-12 Chains = Power Level 2
13-18 Chains = Power Level 3
19-24 Chains = Power Level 4

Keyforge Chainbound Tournament

Keyforge Chainbound Tournament

Start: 7 PM
Entry: Free
Prizes: Chains and Power Level

Test your Archon decks in our Chainbound tournaments!

Over the course of playing ChainBound tournaments, your decks can earn and lose Chains that impact your hand size on the opening turn and—potentially—for several turns afterward. And as your deck keeps on winning, it can even gain Power Levels, which are great right now for bragging rights—but will be even better in the future when they’re required for participation in certain events!

Format: Chainbound events will be either 3 or 4 swiss rounds depending on attendance.

Chains are gained and lost at the following rate at the conclusion of an event:

3 ROUNDS (4-8 Players):
1 or 0 wins = subtract 1 Chain
2 wins = add 2 Chains
3 wins = add 3 Chains

4 Rounds (9+ Players):
1 or 0 wins = subtract 1 Chain
2 wins = no change
3 wins = add 3 Chains
4 wins = add 4 Chains

As your deck accumulates chains, it’s Power Level increases:
1-6 Chains = Power Level 1
7-12 Chains = Power Level 2
13-18 Chains = Power Level 3
19-24 Chains = Power Level 4

Keyforge Chainbound Tournament

Keyforge Chainbound Tournament

Start: 7 PM
Entry: Free
Prizes: Chains and Power Level

Test your Archon decks in our Chainbound tournaments!

Over the course of playing ChainBound tournaments, your decks can earn and lose Chains that impact your hand size on the opening turn and—potentially—for several turns afterward. And as your deck keeps on winning, it can even gain Power Levels, which are great right now for bragging rights—but will be even better in the future when they’re required for participation in certain events!

Format: Chainbound events will be either 3 or 4 swiss rounds depending on attendance.

Chains are gained and lost at the following rate at the conclusion of an event:

3 ROUNDS (4-8 Players):
1 or 0 wins = subtract 1 Chain
2 wins = add 2 Chains
3 wins = add 3 Chains

4 Rounds (9+ Players):
1 or 0 wins = subtract 1 Chain
2 wins = no change
3 wins = add 3 Chains
4 wins = add 4 Chains

As your deck accumulates chains, it’s Power Level increases:
1-6 Chains = Power Level 1
7-12 Chains = Power Level 2
13-18 Chains = Power Level 3
19-24 Chains = Power Level 4