Pokemon

Pokemon League 11am

Pokemon League: aspertiascocard Every Week–Pokemon league.  😉  The Pokemon League is a great way for Pokemon players, both young and old, to come and find a bunch of other people who like to play and trade.

When is it: Saturdays at 11am-1pm (always check website…once every month or so a bigger event will need to take over the store)

Who is it good for?  This one is very family friendly…good for kid as young as 7 (with parents in tow) up to full adult.  The older, more experienced players get extra check marks for helping less experienced players, so it’s a great place to learn how to play.

How it works: Players get a special check card and for every set of games they play and get signed off they earn their way to fun prizes like special cards and patches.  Winning and losing doesn’t matter, and in fact, when the more experienced players help the newer players learn how to play, they get extra checks for it, so they are eager to help out.   We have extra decks that we can lend out to players who don’t have one or who haven’t learned how to build one yet.

What it costs: Entry fee is $5 and includes a booster pack.Pokemon League Scorecard Inside

Here is a link to the Pokemon website with all info about the league…

 

*Check website…Pokemon league sometimes doesn’t happen because of major released for Magic or other games…usually once every few months.

 

 

Return of Drafting @ D20

Hey folks….

A few event updates of significance..

  • Return of drafts for FNM
  • Two Headed Giant on Sat moves from 3pm to 4pm start time.
  • D&D is coming back…

 

Return of Drafting for FNM:Starting 10/22 we will experimenting with doing drafts again for Friday Night Magic.  We’ll be pulling out the plastic tablecloths (the ones we used for birthdays) so we can sanitize them in between rounds, and we will have everyone sanitize hands before they start drafting (and have a no drinks or anything that will get hands next to a mouth during the drafting process).  If I think this is going well, this is what we will do from now on.

We have also raised the price of the drafts to $20. (The packs have gotten more expensive and we have a much more limited number of players we can have for the events so we really need every dollar we can to start to clime out of the joy and fun of last year).  But I’m going to do this. For all of our old players, if you also were pushed to the limit from last year or just can’t afford the price increase, tell us at the counter and we’ll let you keep doing the old $15 for at least the next few months.

Two Headed Giants moving from 3-4 on Saturdays:

We’re shifting the time for the two headed giants back to the old time of 4pm, so it returns it to being more of a date night, evening fun activity. This really is one of our favorite events and we will be doing it consistantly to get it back up and running.  (Still have to have the 12+ age limit, but as soon as the vaccination for the younger folks comes in, we’ll happily open the doors to let them back).

D&D in person is starting back up:

This Sunday (10/24) is going to be Dan’s return to DMing events in the store.  The time will be 2-7 and will be limited to 7 players.  This event will be a 4 session run and should be good fun. This is for players with some experience playing, not a first time event. $20 pers session (and if you want to come to all 4, probably best to get tix in advance)

We will be doing a Dungeon  Crawl into an Abandoned Dwarven Keep . Players Should Create a Level 5 Character using Standard array or the pound buy system in the players hand book.  Players will have standard starting equipment as well as any 1 Uncommon Magic item of their choice.  Any Player resources and books printed by Wizards of the Cost will be allowed including unearthed arcana.”

Starting in about a week we will start doing Weds D&D and after that, late night Saturday

Pokémon:

Pokémon continues to be in extremely short supply.  We are continuing to let 12 and younger kids buy 1 pack a day at the old 3.99 price so they don’t get totally overrun by the adults who are snapping everything up. I’m sorry for not having preorders for all the higher end stuff, but we don’t know until the last minute what will come in.  If you want Pokémon gifts for the holidays, I really reeaally recommend getting them now. The supply chain is truly messed up and hits this stuff hard.

Hope to see you this week and as always…seriously thanks for shopping local.

Ben

P.S.  We will be spreading out sales/offerings over November so we don’t have to get people to waste part of their vacation running around shopping.

limited seating because of prerelease…Pokemon League 11am

Pokemon Prerelease today—limited seating (one table) for Pokemon League: aspertiascocard Every Week–Pokemon league.  😉  The Pokemon League is a great way for Pokemon players, both young and old, to come and find a bunch of other people who like to play and trade.

When is it: Saturdays at 11am-1pm (always check website…once every month or so a bigger event will need to take over the store)

Who is it good for?  This one is very family friendly…good for kid as young as 7 (with parents in tow) up to full adult.  The older, more experienced players get extra check marks for helping less experienced players, so it’s a great place to learn how to play.

How it works: Players get a special check card and for every set of games they play and get signed off they earn their way to fun prizes like special cards and patches.  Winning and losing doesn’t matter, and in fact, when the more experienced players help the newer players learn how to play, they get extra checks for it, so they are eager to help out.   We have extra decks that we can lend out to players who don’t have one or who haven’t learned how to build one yet.

What it costs: Entry fee is $5 and includes a booster pack.Pokemon League Scorecard Inside

Here is a link to the Pokemon website with all info about the league…

 

*Check website…Pokemon league sometimes doesn’t happen because of major released for Magic or other games…usually once every few months.

 

 

Pokemon Cosmic Eclipse Prerelease

Cosmic Eclipse Prerelease!Prereleases are back at D20 Games.  Extremely limited space (30 spots).  Registration in advance is HIGHLY recommended to avoid heartbroken/sad faces on the day of the event.  This is the third set that used the Tag team mechanic that blends two Pokemon on one card.

Must be present at start time of 11 am at the latest.  Each player gets  pre-release box which contains the following:

  • 4 Sun & Moon -Unbroken Bonds Booster Packs
  • 1 (23 card) Evolution Pack (randomized sets of cards that include two colors and a set of connected evolution to form the base of the deck you will build.)
  • 1 of 4 alt-art promo cards
  • 1 Deck building tip sheet

In addition to that… each player who completes the 3 rounds of Swiss Play will receive 3 more Packs of Cosmic Eclipse!  This is a competition, but for fun.  Prizes are for participation, not for winning or losing.

Visual spoiler for the set.

 

 

No Pokemon League this week 11am

NO League this week..big Magic event….
Pokemon League:
aspertiascocard Every Week–Pokemon league.  😉  The Pokemon League is a great way for Pokemon players, both young and old, to come and find a bunch of other people who like to play and trade.

When is it: Saturdays at 11am-1pm (always check website…once every month or so a bigger event will need to take over the store)

Who is it good for?  This one is very family friendly…good for kid as young as 7 (with parents in tow) up to full adult.  The older, more experienced players get extra check marks for helping less experienced players, so it’s a great place to learn how to play.

How it works: Players get a special check card and for every set of games they play and get signed off they earn their way to fun prizes like special cards and patches.  Winning and losing doesn’t matter, and in fact, when the more experienced players help the newer players learn how to play, they get extra checks for it, so they are eager to help out.   We have extra decks that we can lend out to players who don’t have one or who haven’t learned how to build one yet.

What it costs: Entry fee is $5 and includes a booster pack.Pokemon League Scorecard Inside

Here is a link to the Pokemon website with all info about the league…

 

*Check website…Pokemon league sometimes doesn’t happen because of major released for Magic or other games…usually once every few months.

 

 

Moved to Sunday-Pokemon Unified Minds Prerelease

Pokemon Unifed MindsPrerelease!
Prereleases are back at D20 Games.  Extremely limited space (20 spots).  Registration in advance is HIGHLY recommended to avoid heartbroken/sad faces on the day of the event.  (online sales end by 9:30 day of event)

This is the third set that used the Tag team mechanic that blends two Pokemon on one card. Set info here.

Must be present at start time of 11 am at the latest.  Each player gets  pre-release box which contains the following:

  • 4 Sun & Moon -Unified Minds Booster Packs
  • 1 (23 card) Evolution Pack (randomized sets of cards that include two colors and a set of connected evolution to form the base of the deck you will build.)
  • 1 of 4 alt-art promo cards
  • 1 Deck building tip sheet

In addition to that… each player who completes the 3 rounds of Swiss Play will receive 3 more Packs of Unbroken Bonds!  This is a competition, but for fun.  Prizes are for participation, not for winning or losing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Pokemon League Today-Big Magic prerlease

No pokemon league this week because of big magic prereease instead. Back next week.

Pokemon League: aspertiascocard Every Week–Pokemon league.  😉  The Pokemon League is a great way for Pokemon players, both young and old, to come and find a bunch of other people who like to play and trade.

When is it: Saturdays at 11am-1pm (always check website…once every month or so a bigger event will need to take over the store)

Who is it good for?  This one is very family friendly…good for kid as young as 7 (with parents in tow) up to full adult.  The older, more experienced players get extra check marks for helping less experienced players, so it’s a great place to learn how to play.

How it works: Players get a special check card and for every set of games they play and get signed off they earn their way to fun prizes like special cards and patches.  Winning and losing doesn’t matter, and in fact, when the more experienced players help the newer players learn how to play, they get extra checks for it, so they are eager to help out.   We have extra decks that we can lend out to players who don’t have one or who haven’t learned how to build one yet.

What it costs: Entry fee is $5 and includes a booster pack.Pokemon League Scorecard Inside

Here is a link to the Pokemon website with all info about the league…

 

*Check website…Pokemon league sometimes doesn’t happen because of major released for Magic or other games…usually once every few months.

 

 

 

 

 

No League this week—Pokemon League 11am

No Pokemon League this week because of Magic Prerelease. Pokemon League: aspertiascocard Every Week–Pokemon league.  😉  The Pokemon League is a great way for Pokemon players, both young and old, to come and find a bunch of other people who like to play and trade.

When is it: Saturdays at 11am-1pm (always check website…once every month or so a bigger event will need to take over the store)

Who is it good for?  This one is very family friendly…good for kid as young as 7 (with parents in tow) up to full adult.  The older, more experienced players get extra check marks for helping less experienced players, so it’s a great place to learn how to play.

How it works: Players get a special check card and for every set of games they play and get signed off they earn their way to fun prizes like special cards and patches.  Winning and losing doesn’t matter, and in fact, when the more experienced players help the newer players learn how to play, they get extra checks for it, so they are eager to help out.   We have extra decks that we can lend out to players who don’t have one or who haven’t learned how to build one yet.

What it costs: Entry fee is $5 and includes a booster pack.Pokemon League Scorecard Inside

Here is a link to the Pokemon website with all info about the league…

 

*Check website…Pokemon league sometimes doesn’t happen because of major released for Magic or other games…usually once every few months.

 

 

Pokemon Unbroken Bonds Prerelease

Pokemon Unbroken Bonds Prerelease!
Prereleases are back at D20 Games.  Extremely limited space (30 spots).  Registration in advance is HIGHLY recommended to avoid heartbroken/sad faces on the day of the event.  This is the second set that used the Tag team mechanic that blends two Pokemon on one card.

Must be present at start time of 11 am at the latest.  Each player gets  pre-release box which contains the following:

  • 4 Sun & Moon -Unbroken Bonds Booster Packs
  • 1 (23 card) Evolution Pack (randomized sets of cards that include two colors and a set of connected evolution to form the base of the deck you will build.)
  • 1 of 4 alt-art promo cards
  • 1 Deck building tip sheet

In addition to that… each player who completes the 3 rounds of Swiss Play will receive 3 more Packs of Unbroken Bonds!  This is a competition, but for fun.  Prizes are for participation, not for winning or losing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pokemon League 11am

Pokemon League: aspertiascocard Every Week–Pokemon league.  😉  The Pokemon League is a great way for Pokemon players, both young and old, to come and find a bunch of other people who like to play and trade.

When is it: Saturdays at 11am-1pm (always check website…once every month or so a bigger event will need to take over the store)

Who is it good for?  This one is very family friendly…good for kid as young as 7 (with parents in tow) up to full adult.  The older, more experienced players get extra check marks for helping less experienced players, so it’s a great place to learn how to play.

How it works: Players get a special check card and for every set of games they play and get signed off they earn their way to fun prizes like special cards and patches.  Winning and losing doesn’t matter, and in fact, when the more experienced players help the newer players learn how to play, they get extra checks for it, so they are eager to help out.   We have extra decks that we can lend out to players who don’t have one or who haven’t learned how to build one yet.

What it costs: Entry fee is $5 and includes a booster pack.Pokemon League Scorecard Inside

Here is a link to the Pokemon website with all info about the league…

 

*Check website…Pokemon league sometimes doesn’t happen because of major released for Magic or other games…usually once every few months.

 

 

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