The Dugout Launches New Website (And Other News)

Almost a year ago, when I first wrote about The Dugout, Tim had a website but wasn't satisfied enough with it that he wanted it publicized. Things have changed. He's still hard at work creating a site that lives up to his expectations, but he's well on his way, and he was okay adding the new site to the Facebook fan page, so I'm going to assume he's okay with me posting about it here.

Enough build-up already... the new site is here: The Dugout Cards and Games

Other Dugout news I've failed to mention:

  • Expansion! The Dugout has expanded into the space of a neighboring shop that closed down and is now twice as big as it used to be! That means a ton of extra space for gaming...
  • Comics! Yep, that's right. The Dugout sells comics now.
  • Legacy! There's another legacy tournament this Saturday (3/17) at 2:00. I don't know if it will always be this way, but it's looking like there will be a legacy tournament on the third Saturday of each month. If you've got a deck you haven't played in ages and want to dust it off, bring it out to The Dugout! 
  • Casual Night! There aren't any tournaments on Tuesday nights, and that means that there's plenty of room for people to just come in and play whatever. Whether you're looking to test a new deck or mix it up in some multiplayer, you can usually find someone on Tuesday afternoon to play whatever you're looking for... which leads me to...
  • Warhammer 40K! I was shocked and amazed to see a handful of 40K players last week when I stopped in, and even more this week. I haven't heard anything about competitive 40K, but the casual crowd is growing. If you play 40K, and you've been (like me) dissatisfied by the sporadic Hobbytown tournaments in Hickory, The Dugout might be the place to get your game on.
If you're a gamer in Hickory, you're missing out if you don't stop by The Dugout... seriously.
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