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What is Magic the Gathering

 


Magic is a tradable card game (TCG) where you build your collection of cards by trading with your friends, assembling decks of cards, and battling against an opponent and their deck. You cast powerful spells and summon monstrous creatures aiming to knock your opponent down from 20 life to zero. The game is constantly changing as new cards are released throughout the year. As you get new cards, whether from these new sets or through trading with your friends, you can continuously update your decks and discover a whole new game!

Magic the Gathering Events



Before we were selling board games we were running events and selling Magic the Gathering cards! Magic is now one of the most popular games in the world and we have games happening every week in the store. We try to run more casual and friendly events in the store. New and old players are always welcome!

Thursdays – Casual kitchen Table MTG


Thursday Night is our Tabletop Board game night, but it doesn't mean we cannot run MTG events as well!

- Bring out any deck you want to play or test out.

- Registration starts at 5:30pm – tourney starts at 6:00pm

- Entry is free
- Three Swiss pairing rounds at 45 minutes per round

- Prizes from the promo binder, first places gets a free drink from our coffee bar(latte, Hot Chocolate, coffee or tea)

Fridays - Friday Night Magic

We currently are running Standard, Modern and casual Commander Events depending on the day of the week. If we do not have enough players for a sanctioned event we generally run Commander, so make sure you bring out a few decks.

- Registration starts at 5:30pm – tourney starts at 6:00pm

- Entry is one booster pack
- Four Swiss pairing rounds at 45 minutes per round

- Prizes will be in the form of a booster pack. All players who come out get a booster pack. We open the packs before the event starts and first place then down gets to choose her/his prize pack.

 

MTG Game Days

- Game day events are always STANDARD events.
We recommend preregistering for game day events, you can either do that by going onto our Facebook page and clicking on going on the event or calling the store.

- It costs $10 to enter, the prize pool depends on the number of players, prizes will be in booster packs or store credit.  Also first place will receive a Champion Playmat!

- A minimum of 8 players preregistering is required or it will be cancelled.

- 8 Players 3 rounds
- 9-16 Players 4 rounds
- 17-32+ Players 5 rounds Max


Current Set Leagues (Limited)

- A League runs four weeks following the release day of the current set.

- Each player will need three of the current block's booster packs (3 of the 1st during the 1st set's release, 2 of the 2nd and one of the 1st during the second's release) and a league match card to each player when they join the league.
- Players then build a minimum 30-card deck from their three boosters and play as many matches as they like. These cards and deck will be kept at the store.
- Play 'best of three (3)' matches against other participants, each player may take one free mulligan per match. Mark down your records on your League Score card and bring everything back to us afterward. 
- When can we play? Any time during store hours! Work out a meeting time with another league player and meet up at the store. 

Point system break-down: 
One (1) point awarded per match win. 
One (1) point awarded per match played. 
One (1) point awarded for each unique player played against. 

Maximum of 3 matches a week will count towards your score and only the first 3 matches count towards "match wins."

- Prizes will be based on quantity of participants. 
- Minimum 8 participants - 1st place 20$ store credit

 


Prerelease events

Prereleases are Sealed Deck format events, where you build a minimum 40-card deck using the contents of a themed Prerelease Pack( You get 6 boosters and a Premium date-stamped promo card) plus basic lands that are provided to you by the store.

After your deck is built, you'll be randomly paired with another player for a best two-of-three match. Each round you'll report who won and be paired up with a new player.  Everyone is guaranteed at least 1 booster pack of the new set as a prize.

We recommend preregistering for game day events, you can either do that by going onto our Facebook page and clicking on going on the event or calling the store.

Doors open at 9:30am, deck building starts at 10:00am. Our first round will stat at 11:00am we will break for lunch, then round 2 will start at 12:30pm!
8 Players 3 rounds
9-16 Players 4 rounds
17-32 Players 5 rounds Max
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TableTop is a web series about games, it was created by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day and is hosted by Wheaton. TableTop is published on Felicia Day's YouTube channel, Geek & Sundry. In each episode, following a brief explanation of one or more tabletop games, Wheaton plays the games with guests, usually web or TV personalities.[2] A wide range of hobby gaming titles have been played, from classic German-style board game and family games to RPGs and card games. It has been described as "…like Celebrity Poker meets Dinner for Five, where interesting people got together for tabletop games." Below you find a list of the games we carry that have been featured on TableTop.

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TableTop is a web series about games, it was created by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day and is hosted by Wheaton. TableTop is published on Felicia Day's YouTube channel, Geek & Sundry. In each episode, following a brief explanation of one or more tabletop games, Wheaton plays the games with guests, usually web or TV personalities.[2] A wide range of hobby gaming titles have been played, from classic German-style board game and family games to RPGs and card games. It has been described as "…like Celebrity Poker meets Dinner for Five, where interesting people got together for tabletop games." Below you find a list of the games we carry that have been featured on TableTop.

Tabletop Season 3See more

TableTop is a web series about games, it was created by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day and is hosted by Wheaton. TableTop is published on Felicia Day's YouTube channel, Geek & Sundry. In each episode, following a brief explanation of one or more tabletop games, Wheaton plays the games with guests, usually web or TV personalities.[2] A wide range of hobby gaming titles have been played, from classic German-style board game and family games to RPGs and card games. It has been described as "…like Celebrity Poker meets Dinner for Five, where interesting people got together for tabletop games." Below you find a list of the games we carry that have been featured on TableTop.

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