Casual Gaming

​​​Sundays  ·  3pm - 6pm

First Sunday of the Month - Keyforge

Second Sunday of the Month - Dice Master

Third Sunday of the Month - Transformers TCG

Fourth Sunday of the Month - Star Wars Destiny Dice

see below for weekly event details

What Is KeyForge?
KeyForge is the first game of its kind—the unique deck game. Designed by Richard Garfield, the creator of Magic: The Gathering, KeyForge is a game in which no two decks are exactly alike.

Like other competitive card games, KeyForge features an array of creatures that can battle each other or gain the Æmber that players need to forge keys and win the game. These creatures come with defined combat strengths and unique game effects, and each belongs to one of the game's seven Great Houses, each of which boasts its own flavor.

Unlike other competitive card games, KeyForge features no deckbuilding. Instead, all of the game's decks are computer generated according to an algorithm that ensures playability, and each new deck is checked against the database of all existing decks to ensure that it is completely unique. Players collect and trade decks in order to find the combination of Houses, creatures, and other cards that they desire.

Additionally, because no two decks are the same, KeyForge demands an entirely new understanding of the metagame. Players cannot copy successful deck lists. They need to explore the strengths and weaknesses of their own decks through play. As a result, tournament play never suffers from the dominance of certain decks at the top of a wider meta, and players are encouraged to try new decks on a regular basis.

What is Transformers TCG?
The Transformers TCG is a fast-paced trading card game for 2 players. Build a team of Transformers Character Cards and a deck of Battle Cards, and then jump right into battle!

For full gameplay, each player builds a team of Transformers Character Cards, and a deck of 40 or more Battle Cards (up to 25 stars when stars on Character Cards and Battle Cards are added together).

What is Star Wars Destiny?

In every game of Star Wars: Destiny, you’ll gather your small team of iconic characters and battle to defeat your foes, using your dice and the cards in your deck. The last player with characters left standing wins the game, but to successfully outmaneuver your opponent, you’ll need to carefully consider your options and enhance your deck with new dice and cards.

If you ever wondered who would win a duel between two teams of heroes and villains from the Star Wars universe, there’s no better way to find out than with Star Wars: Destiny.

What is Wizkids Dice Masters?
In Dice Masters, two players take the role of masterminds directing the actions of a team of powerful supers (represented by dice) to battle each other! Each turn, you’ll roll your dice to see what resources you have available, buy dice, send your team members into the field, and then strike at the enemy mastermind. Reduce the opposing mastermind’s life to zero, and save the day!


NOVEMBER 03 - KEY FORGE - Buy A Deck Event
Time to see how good your card game skills are compared to your choice of decks.
Players are invited to purchase a KeyForge deck (from either series) and use that to play against all others.
Nothing too complicated.

NOVEMBER 10 - DICE MASTERS - Fall of the Colors

Players are to bring a Modern Age team where all dice have to have Thanksgiving/Autumn colors.
For clarity purposes, color choices that are allowed are: Red, Orange, Yellow and Brown

NOVEMBER 17 - TRANSFORMERS TCG - Dealing From the Bottom of the Deck
Last month saw a clash within the Decepticon ranks.  This week will see the game played from their mindset.
Players are to bring a standard Transformers deck.
During battles, instead of revealing cards from the top of the deck, the card from the bottom of the deck is revealed.
Once revealed, that card is placed on the top of the deck.
Standard game rules apply.

NOVEMBER 24 - STAR WAS DESTINY DICE - Shoot the Door, Kid!
Players are invited to bring down a deck where the only upgrades can be guns and other shooty things.  No lightsabers, daggers, staffs, swords, axes, force powers, etc.
If it shoots something, it's allowed.  If not, oh well.



Players are to bring a team where at least 4 of the character cards have to be related to each other (by blood or marriage or yes, even dating).
In order to win, all dice from 4 of the "family cards" must be bought into the game.
One more thing, this will be a battle-royale event.