FLGS Update

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Spade Marlowe
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Re: FLGS Update

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Being in WotC's and Paizo's stomping grounds, most of the FLGS' here are loaded with 5E and Pathfinder. That being said, Seattle has a huge gaming community, with plenty of stores. The closest one to me is near UW csmpus, but he has a pretty diverse collection; I actually picked up some C&C and AA stuff there.

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Spade Marlowe wrote:Being in WotC's and Paizo's stomping grounds, most of the FLGS' here are loaded with 5E and Pathfinder. That being said, Seattle has a huge gaming community, with plenty of stores. The closest one to me is near UW csmpus, but he has a pretty diverse collection; I actually picked up some C&C and AA stuff there.
I used to visit WotC central there near N 45th when they had the Battletech Simulator Pods and Game Center active around the late 80's early 90's Spade and went to Enfilade a few times. My stomping grounds were up between Everett and Bellingham though, not Seattle. Oregon has spit for gaming culture in comparison.
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Go0gleplex wrote:
Spade Marlowe wrote:Being in WotC's and Paizo's stomping grounds, most of the FLGS' here are loaded with 5E and Pathfinder. That being said, Seattle has a huge gaming community, with plenty of stores. The closest one to me is near UW csmpus, but he has a pretty diverse collection; I actually picked up some C&C and AA stuff there.
I used to visit WotC central there near N 45th when they had the Battletech Simulator Pods and Game Center active around the late 80's early 90's Spade and went to Enfilade a few times. My stomping grounds were up between Everett and Bellingham though, not Seattle. Oregon has spit for gaming culture in comparison.
I only moved here about 6 years ago, so I missed all of that. Actually grew up in a small town in south central Missouri, talk about spit for gaming culture.

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You're only an hour away from Guardian Games in Portland. Their new location is 10,000 square feet now, with both a general public group of gaming tables and an adult room for games on the monthly beer and pizza night. They can seat 300 people! Even the Portland area Advanced Squad Leader group is using the space for game days. I visited it this past October. I've never seen a game store with more stock. Everything from board games to RPGs, to miniaitures and paint supplies. The woman who runs it loves games and was a great person to interact with when I still lived there. And you know it is a good store, when you see all the Troll Lord products on the shelves! website: http://www.ggportland.com/
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Spade Marlowe wrote:Being in WotC's and Paizo's stomping grounds, most of the FLGS' here are loaded with 5E and Pathfinder. That being said, Seattle has a huge gaming community, with plenty of stores. The closest one to me is near UW csmpus, but he has a pretty diverse collection; I actually picked up some C&C and AA stuff there.
I used to visit WotC central there near N 45th when they had the Battletech Simulator Pods and Game Center active around the late 80's early 90's Spade and went to Enfilade a few times. My stomping grounds were up between Everett and Bellingham though, not Seattle. Oregon has spit for gaming culture in comparison.

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