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green ronin store locations, seattle

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    hey. my folks are visiting seattle, and they're gonna try to get some GR books for me. (MYFLGS can't get those anmore, ever since GR was dropped by Diamond Distributors)

    thing is, they don't know where to look, and have asked me to do the research for them. unfortunately, my google-fu has been insufficient.

    they're preferring somewhere in the vicinity of the airport

    any help?

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    Re: green ronin store locations, seattle

    Originally posted by Kreuzritter View Post
    hey. my folks are visiting seattle, and they're gonna try to get some GR books for me. (MYFLGS can't get those anmore, ever since GR was dropped by Diamond Distributors)

    thing is, they don't know where to look, and have asked me to do the research for them. unfortunately, my google-fu has been insufficient.

    they're preferring somewhere in the vicinity of the airport

    any help?
    Unfortunately, the whole swath of area around the airport is a ghost town for game stores. ( Other than the occasional Magic Clubhouse. ) The one place I can tell you to direct them near there is Half Price Books in Southcenter. Not a game store, per se, but a used book store with a decently sized game section. ( Here is their website for that store in particular: https://www.hpb.com/048/ ) They almost always have some Green Ronin stuff. I saw some of it there last week.

    To get the best possible game store experience, there are two places that MUST be visited if you ever find yourself in the Seattle area:

    Cafe Mox/Card Kingdom. ( or Mox Boardinghouse on the east side. ) Imagine the best game store in the world. Now bolt a restaurant and bar onto the side of it, and this is what you get. ( http://www.moxboardinghouse.com/ballard/ ) A truly astounding place.
    Also, the unassuming Round the Table. Much smaller than Cafe Mox/Card Kingdom, but they're amazing nevertheless. ( http://www.rttgamepub.com/ ) They carry a vast assortment of every type of games other than miniatures. They also have a very well rounded assortment of used product, from the early days of the 70's to the d20 glut of the 00's. They also serve beer and food. Good, quality beer. MMMmmm.

    Other locations to try are Game Matrix in Tacoma, The Dreaming in North Seattle, or Games and Gizmos in Redmond.
    ALL HAIL THE SPAM-O-MATIC!

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