The Master Vault is a companion app (available on iOS and Android) and website that allows players to register their decks, gain Æmbershards and track wins, losses, chains and power levels for their decks, as well as search and explore all other registered decks. A player is required to have a Master Vault profile for attending any KeyForge Organized Play events. Vault Tour and Store leaderboards, as well as an Event Locator are also available in the Master Vault.
A player is rewarded one Æmbershard for every deck they "discover" (register for the first time) in the Master Vault by scanning the deck's QR code. A deck can be added to multiple profiles, but only the first player to register it gets the Æmbershard reward. Additional Æmbershards are gained for attending and winning at all levels of KeyForge Organized Play events throughout the world.Æmbershards can then be redeemed for physical prizes at events with a Prize Wall (currently, only at Vault Tours).
The Master Vault was launched with the game's official release on November 15th, 2018. More than 30,000 decks were registered on the first day. Two months after the game's release 500,000 decks were registered and on June 19th, 2019, a few weeks after the release of Age of Ascension, 1 Million decks were registered in the Master Vault. FFG celebrated this milestone by awarding all players additional 10 Æmbershards. By November 30th, 2019, 1.5 Million decks were registered. Upon the release of Mass Mutation (until July 27th, 2020) 10 Æmbershards were awarded for each deck discovery instead of the usual one. By August 25th, 2020, 2 Million decks were registered.
As of September 19, 2021, a total of 2,469,564 decks were registered in the Master Vault.
This is unofficial data compiled from Master Vault data as well as additional sources and updated every Sunday.
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Total deck registrations:
- The Master Vault, 13 November 2018
- The Hunt for Æmber, 6 March 2019
- The Key to the Crucible, 9 July 2019