We will host a Yu Gi Oh Ultimate Duelist Series tournament this Saturday, July 30 at noon. $10 entry fee. Every player receives 2 participation packs plus 1 pack per round won. Top 8 also receive UDS points with 30 points to the winner.
Two events coming up this weekend. On Saturday at noon, we will host a Sneak Peek for the new Yu Gi Oh set, Breakers of Shadow. $20 gets you 5 booster packs, a promo card and entry into the tournament.
Then on Sunday at 1, we will host a free National Qualifier for King of Tokyo. This tournament is free, though we ask that you bring a copy of the game if you have one. The winner gets a seat at the King of Tokyo National Championship tournament at GenCon this August.
Thanks to all of those who came out for yesterday’s events. We had 10 for the Yu Gi Oh Ultimate Duelist Challenge, 6 for the My Little Pony Pre-release and 19 for the Bellwether Games Antidote tournament.
We have three events taking place this Saturday: the Yu Gi Oh Ultimate Duelist Challenge at noon costs $10 to enter, while the My Little Pony High Magic Pre-release costs $30. The Antidote Tournament at 6:30 is free with the winner receiving a $50 gift certificate to the store.
We do still have some of this highly sought after Yu Gi Oh set in stock for only $4.99 per pack.
This Saturday is Yu Gi Oh Game Day. The event starts at noon, uses Advanced format and costs $5 to enter. 1 pack for entering and 1 prize pack per round won. Promo tokens to top 8 players and a playmat to overall winner.
One of the most popular recent Yu Gi Oh sets was The Secret Forces, which sold out quite quickly. We have managed to get some of these back in stock and have them available for sale now.
Just updated our list of Magic cards for which we are most interested in buying/trading. Also updated our list of Yu Gi Oh! cards for which we are interested in trading and added a list of Pokem’on cards for which we will trade.
The Long Awaited Gates of Arkham expansion for the Elder Sign co-operative dice game featured on TableTop finally hit the shelves today, along with the new Secret Forces set for Yu Gi Oh!
WOTC recently announced they were pulling the plug on their Kaijudo TCG. Some comments about it and why the game failed on the store blog.