An Exclusive CKMn Spoiler and 10 Random Spoilers Reviewed

Updated: May 13, 2020

Written by Carl Woodwiss

Crazy Killing Machine

We have no physical new set. We can't play any physical Keyforge. We don't know when the next competitive tournament of Keyforge will be. Everything on my desk MUST be at 45 degrees or 90 degrees to me or I can't work (granted, that last one is more 'my issue' than everyone else's). The next best thing...


In this article, I am going to pick 10 recently spoiled cards and give my thoughts on how valuable they might be to the house and their relative strength in the game. They are a random 10, not my view of the best or worst...just the first 10 I pick out of the library.

Also, the 11th card will be an EXCLUSIVE SPOILER to CKMn, not yet released to the wider Keyforge Community provided to us directly from the powers that be at Fantasy Flight Games.

I'm going to try something different and score the cards out of 100%. Up front, there is 0 science behind this. Anybody can make up statistics...67% of all people know that!

It's hunting season...let's get to it.


I love this sucker. Top to bottom, the art is phenomenal. BalanceSheet kills it again with their spectacular work. 4 power makes it a worthwhile creature on the board giving it some longevity. Enhance for some more Logos Doing Logos card draws. This card has everything I would want in a card being drawn. Starting strong with a 92%.

Legion's March

I thought long and hard about this card. There are 2 questions I need to answer; 'Do I like this card', and 'Is this a good card'? Answering the latter first, yes. It could be an excellent card for getting to some of the weaker cards, through some of that annoying elusive or tactically placed taunt next to a Qincan or Umbra. And we all know how easy it is to maintain a board of Dinosaurs. 84%.

Do I like the card? Not really. I wrote recently about how Saurians are too powerful for the game currently. Having a suite of 4 dinosaurs and using them 4/5 times to clear a board is...rough. Put it in Brobnar, make it for Giants, thematically it would make more sense too. 22%...for an average of 53%.

Wild Bounty

I'm struggling not to say 'meh'. There will be a deck which has 3/4 aember on something ridiculous and this card will be a monster. Or dropping a Fertility Chant will make your opponent wince. But in the grand scheme of things, it will be an OK card. The 'Enhance' is the most interesting part. Not poor, but not great. 60%.

Subtle Otto

Would you rather have an aember and discard an opponent's card with Subtle Chain, or have a 1 power creature and discard a card? Again, I think this comes