Reaping the Rewards

By Fantasy Flight Games

Published 16 May 2019

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KeyForge

Reaping the Rewards

The Age of Ascension Begins with an Æmber Harvest

“I know I shouldn’t’a nicked it, but ’twere so… shiny.”
   
–Noddy the Thief

The world of the Crucible is on the brink of great change, and with that change comes an opportunity of the ages for the insatiable Archons. 

When the Age of Ascension set releases in the United States on May 30th (and May 31st for Europe), players will be able to reap Æmber like they have never before. During ChainBound events around the world from May 30th through June 6th, you’ll be able to gain five times the amount of Æmbershards!

This means that for simply for participating in a local ChainBound event, you’ll gain five Æmbershards—and for every win, you’ll gain an additional five Æmbershards. And with this new wealth of ‘shards, remember that you can redeem your Æmbershards for prizes at Vault Tours or at any other KeyForge event featuring a prize wall. You bring the deck, and we’ll bring the Æmber.

This is indeed a lucrative time for Vault hunters looking for the next big score. While your deck may gain chains after these events, it’s a small downside to the riches that await you. Be sure not to miss out on this golden opportunity!

Fortune and Glory

As you enter the Age of Ascension, gather your minions, seize your Æmber, and become an Archon of legend. If you’re not sure where your next local ChainBound event is, use our Store Locator to find retailers near you. 

If you haven’t already, you can pre-order your copy of the KeyForge: Age of Ascension Two-Player Starter Set (KF04) as well as KeyForge: Age of Ascension Archon Decks (KF03a) at your local retailer today or online through our website! Look for its release in the United States on May 30th and in Europe on May 31st. 

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