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Where the wild things are

Gaming subculture takes fantasy to a new level
Arguments about the appropriateness of Byzantine rule changes for popular table-top games are frequent among gamers. Lance Wallace-Franklin, left, Ian Ringgenberg, second from left, Scott Fouss, third from left, and Trevin Verduzco go over rules for the game Descent on Wednesday evening at Game Space, 736 Main Ave., Suite 100.
Gamers Branden Jacobson and Ryan Taylor say they enjoy the tactile feel of table-top games. It’s also more of a mental challenge, they say, because you must calculate scores at the end of the game.
“‘Magic’ is the lifeblood of the card shop,” said Elliott Harwood as he sorted through a number of cards customers sold to the store that will be resold for a profit Wednesday evening at Game Space.

Where the wild things are

Arguments about the appropriateness of Byzantine rule changes for popular table-top games are frequent among gamers. Lance Wallace-Franklin, left, Ian Ringgenberg, second from left, Scott Fouss, third from left, and Trevin Verduzco go over rules for the game Descent on Wednesday evening at Game Space, 736 Main Ave., Suite 100.
Gamers Branden Jacobson and Ryan Taylor say they enjoy the tactile feel of table-top games. It’s also more of a mental challenge, they say, because you must calculate scores at the end of the game.
“‘Magic’ is the lifeblood of the card shop,” said Elliott Harwood as he sorted through a number of cards customers sold to the store that will be resold for a profit Wednesday evening at Game Space.
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