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The latest card game from Richard Garfield, maker of Magic: The Gathering, Android: Netrunner and Artifact, isn't your usual card game. It's unique in that you play with the deck you buy - and every deck is completely different from all the others.

All of these decks also have procedurally generated names. Some names, however, have proved a little problematic for Fantasy Flight Games (FFG).


KeyForge is a card game for people who would love Magic: The Gathering, but who run screaming into Mummy’s arms upon hearing the words “deck building.”

It’s a game for the most doe-eyed of card-game beginners and the most seasoned fans alike, in part because of its winning gimmick: There’s no booster packs, drafting, or deck building. Players purchase whole decks, each of which is completely unique.