Friday, 20 September 2019

Paupers Ladder

Today we had a delivery of Paupers Ladder the new game from Bedsit Games which is based in Brighton.

We have a demo version of this game, ready to play for those who are interested. To help with playing this great new game, I had a look to see what reviews/tutorial videos were available. Here is the one that Bedsit Games use on their website ...

Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Coming soon ...



Pokémon TCG: Battle Arena Decks—Rayquaza-GX vs. Ultra Necrozma-GX
Launch: 04 Oct 2019

Looking to grab a deck and challenge a friend (or rival) to a Pokémon TCG battle? The new Battle Arena Decks starring Rayquaza-GX and Ultra Necrozma-GX might be what you're looking for! These 60-card decks are ready to play right away, with powerful cards and winning strategies worthy of an ace Trainer. Each deck is led by an exceptional Legendary Pokémon-GX and includes 9 foil cards. You also get useful accessories for playing the game such as a 2-player playmat, damage counters, a metallic coin, and more. Pick up these two Pokémon TCG: Battle Arena Decks, and let the battle begin!

Each 60-card deck includes:

  • 2 foil cards featuring a Legendary Pokémon-GX
  • 1 foil Prism Star card
  • 6 foil basic Energy cards
  • Tournament-level Trainer cards, including Cynthia, Erika's Hospitality, and more
  • A special Supporter card with all-new art
In addition, each box contains:
  • 1 metallic coin
  • 2-player playmat and rulesheet
  • 1 deck box
  • Damage counters
  • 1 Quick Guide to unlock the powerful strategies within
  • A code card to play this deck in the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online

Tuesday, 27 August 2019

Force of Will : League

Congratulations to Vince on winning our Force of Will League for the last set. The final standings were ...

Vince - 22pts,
Gary - 20pts,
Kevin - 13pts,
Chris - 4pts,
Stuart - 3pts

Our next league will start as soon as the new set arrives which is expected later this week. As last time we will have a playmat and promo cards for the winner. More details on the format to follow in the coming days.


Thursday, 22 August 2019

Weclome Decks


If you are new to Magic the Gathering and would like to learn how to play then we can help. Pop in and see us to get you FREE sample deck and we will be happy to teach you how to play.

Each deck comes in two halves, 30 cards in each and is ideal to learn the basics of the game. When you have got to grips with how things work then the two halves can be shuffled together to produce one 60 cards STANDARD magic deck.

Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Detective Pikachu

In stock now is ...
This Pokemon - Detective Pikachu On The Case Figure Collection Box contains:
  • 4 promo cards
  • 2 Pokemon TCG boosters
  • 3 Pokemon TCG Detective Pikachu boosters
  • 1 figure
  • 1 TCGO card

Friday, 16 August 2019

Saturday Destiny

This Saturday in the afternoon we are looking for Star Wars Destiny players.

We have several copies of DX-2 Disruptor Blaster Pistol and Counterintelligence to give away.


We are not running a tournament, but you can get one card for each game you play regardless of whether you win or lose. (Up to a maximum of 3 of each)



Thursday, 15 August 2019

Pokemon Rotation


2020 Season Pokémon TCG Format Rotation

At the beginning of every Championship Series season, Pokémon Organized Play removes older expansions from competition in the Standard format, with the goal of maintaining a healthy competitive environment. This rotation challenges existing players to create new strategies and enables new players to get involved in Play! Pokémon events using the most recent releases.

The 2020 season starts July 1, 2019, so players can get an early start on working toward the 2020 Pokémon World Championships. However, the rotation will not occur until August 15, 2019. Importantly, this means that the 2019 Pokémon World Championships, which take place August 16–18, will be the first major event to use the 2020 format and rules as currently listed. For other competitions taking place this summer, be sure to check the event's rules and regulations before attending.

The Standard format for the 2020 season will consist of the following expansions:

  • Sun & Moon Ultra Prism and any expansions released afterward
  • Black Star Promo cards numbered SM94 and up
  • Cards from the following products are also legal:
  • Dragon Majesty
  • Pokémon TCG: Detective Pikachu
  • Starting with the 2020 season, cards from McDonald's Collections will be legal in the Standard format if they're functionally identical to a card that is currently legal in the Standard format. For example, Magnemite (McDonald's Collection 2018, 8/12) is functionally the same card as Magnemite from Sun & Moon—Ultra Prism, so it can still be used in the Standard format.

New expansions become legal for tournament play on the third Friday of the month they are released.