Not everything is in it’s final form yet, but here are some pictures of the store in the second week after relocating to First & Nees.
We’re rolling out Warhorn, to help people signup for specific Pathfinder tables in advance.
Here’s a link to the signup page. If you have any problems, just let Scott, Jennifer, or Will Johnson know.
Our first Minis & Bits Bazaar is on its way! It’s a great chance to sell off your unused games, books and bits and open up space for all new gaming passions.
Here’s how it works:
1. Find some games you own but maybe don’t play much any more. This day focuses on anything in the realm of tactical minis (so, no RPGs or board games). Bring in your bits to sell, armies you’re done with, bags you want to upgrade from, etc.
2. Bring the things you want to sell to The Squirrel no later than Thursday, May 18. We’ll ask for your contact information and the price you want to get for the items. If you want to get a head start, download the attached PDF and fill it out before you come in. Minis & Bits Bazaar sign up
3. Come to The Squirrel on Sunday, May 22. Everyone’s items will be displayed and up for sale. The store will handle all the sales and at the end of the day you’ll get the full sale price of your things that sold in store credit. If we have a selection of “extraordinary” finds, we’ll hold a silent auction throughout the day with winners notified by 5 p.m.
4. Use your new found wealth of store credit at your convenience to pick up that new shiny object you’ve had your eyes on for a while.
We’re going to host our first mini-con on Free RPG day, June 18th. At this point, we’re planning out our schedule–and we need your help! We’ll have three slots of games: Morning (10 am to 12:30 pm), Afternoon (1 to 4 pm), and evening (5 to 9 pm). Jennifer and I plan to run a few 1 hour timed delves during the morning and afternoon slots.
For the next few weeks we’ll gather a list of GMs and games. In mid-May we’ll open up event registration–giving people who volunteered to run a session a few days to register, followed by general registration until we run out of slots.
If you want to run a game for the event, please fill out the form below.
For more information about Free RPG Day, see their official website.