The Current LGS Experience

I ventured to the game store, expecting it to be as deserted as a ghost town in a spaghetti western. I was there to grab some new card sleeves and maybe coax a few friends into a game of commander, but I couldn’t shake the feeling of impending doom for in-person gaming.

However, lo and behold, the place was now bursting at the seams with people, like a clown car at a circus. It seemed everyone and their grandma had suddenly remembered that cardboard and dice could be fun. With no breathing space left, my friends and I decided to retreat to a nearby Starbucks, where we could actually hear ourselves think amidst the cacophony of orders and espresso machines, occasionally catching the curious glances of future magic prodigies.

With Merieke Ri Berit leading the charge and some cutting-edge deck tech, I dominated the games without breaking a sweat. As we strolled back to the car, passing by the still-packed game store, I couldn’t help but chuckle at the resurgence of interest. Turns out, the allure of Magic knows no bounds, even if it means elbowing your way through a crowd of fellow enthusiasts. So, how’s your local game store faring? Still clinging to life like a stubborn zombie?

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