Join Card Board Gamers for a variety of modern games from noon to midnight. Bring your own or play one from our collections. If you're new to the world of modern board games, please let us know and we'll ease your way into this great pastime. And note, feature games and themes aren't mandatory. Any and all games are welcome and, as always, we don't charge for casual play!
Highlights for this meetup include:
Ragnarok! In celebration of the opening of Thor: The Dark World, I'll be bringing a batch of games with Norse themes. Yggdrasil, Vineta, Voluspa, Asgard's Chosen and others will be available for play.
King of Tokyo Tournament! We will be having a tournament to see who is the baddest monster of all! Details will be added later but prizes include a cash prize and the coveted Space Penguin kaiju. There will be a small fee to participate in the tournament which goes straight into the cash prize. We also have several promo packs to give to participants and those who don't win a prize will receive a free entry into the gift card raffle.
The gift card is for Bluegrassmagic Game Shop. Amount based on number of entries. Entries are one dollar per. This isn't a mandatory fee. Playing games is free but only those who donate will be entered into the drawing.
For an idea of games we've played, here's a short list of past faves and recent plays: Lost Legends; Battlestar Galactica; Firefly; Dominion; Lords of Waterdeep; 7 Wonders; Thunderstone; Arkham Horror; Eclipse; Brass; Seasons; Spartacus; X-Wing.
And don't forget to pick up a rewards card. Attend meetups at Bluegrass and get stamps toward a 25% discount on board games. The best deal in the city!
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