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  1. Hi, this has been asked for so many times on the Keyforge FB page. So, please could FFG release a non background image printer friendly version if the rule book?
  2. While discussing this on the Keyforge Facebook group we came up with a very simple solution. just put a symbol in the centre of the keys on the front and back to indicate colour. example red key - square yellow key - triangle blue key - diamond symbols work for everyone and don't need different text for different languages. so, FFG devs how about doing this? this would also help with 3rd party tokens. just trying to be a more inclusive community.
  3. The reason I'm coming up with this is the rule on key colours as the tournament rules do say that future sets may do certain things to certain keys.
  4. Hi Keyforge designers of 3rd party tokens, either in just normal printed or 3D etc. I appear to have found a little problem with Keyforge. The keys MUST be red, blue yellow to be tournament legal but... What if you are colour blind? With cardboard, you can write on the unforged side the colour. With acrylic ones I just see the same colour. Now the main cards are no problem as they have the house symbols. So, please consider doing different designs for key colours if using acrylic, and the same for printed versions. For printed, the unforged sides would need to be the same design, perhaps with a large U to define unforged. Just my thoughts, but I want Keyforge to be played by as many people as possible.
  5. And i have the backup plan with pawns. Just need to do some painting...
  6. I don't think I would go that far. Lol. i might do the insert pawn into holder.
  7. Exactly, they are just there for key colours. i have a few back up options for the extreme rules lawyers.
  8. I would have thought there would have been no problems, but I have a back up plan. i just plaint the bases of the holders... then when forged, turn upside down to show base colour...
  9. By the way, the numbers on the dice mean nothing. The bases are unforged, when a key is forged I just put in a dice. The pips don't represent anything, it doesn't add Amber totals, dames ge, stuns or +1's etc. they are purely a representation of a forged key. and what if I colour in the pips?
  10. By the way, the numbers on the dice mean nothing. The bases are unforged, when a key is forged I just put in a dice. The pips don't represent anything, it doesn't add Amber totals, dames ge, stuns or +1's etc. they are purely a representation of a forged key.
  11. Just a quick question. i have some dice bases that I want to use as keys. Then use the red, blue yellow dice as the forged keys. would thus break the no dice rule? i want to paint the bases as well.
  12. The trick is really easy, before sealing the deck in plastic, have ALL qr code deck list cards flipped so that the back shows. That way it doesn't matter if they reseal the bottom, they don't know what's in the deck unless they break the decks seal.
  13. Hi FFG, the video below shows a flaw in your system of Keyforge decks and how easily it can be solved with a future run of decks. https://youtu.be/swYTAuuZfNM
  14. Hi, I knew about dice and can understand the reason for not using the. As to at store event, I have no problems sharing my tokens, but thought a Clarrification for when the premier events appear would help. They could do a tick off list in the tournament rules on what an opponent needs to bring to a premier event. Plus a note that you need an account with your decks registered before entering certain events. Its no good turning up at the last minute, then having to make an account and then registering your deck. i think more clarifications will appear as we get closer to premier events.
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