Monday, August 24, 2009

The Sentry Box

Recently I dropped in at the local gaming store, The Sentry Box, which has been around for as long as I have been playing D&D ... and believe me, that has been a considerable time (exactly one week shy of 30 years). I suggested that if they didn't mind, I'd give them a little free advertising, no strings attached. I admit I don't shop there as much as I did once, but I feel fairly nostalgic about the place, and I'd like to do all I can for them.

They have a vast stock, including an extensive collection of traditional and vintage wargaming materials, so if you're looking for a game you haven't seen since 1983, I suggest you get into contact with them. You can find them here at Board Game Geek and on Facebook. On the record, I hate Facebook, with the sort of passion that one kills giant rats who have lucked out and rolled a double natural 20, but you're free to waste your time in the manner of your own choosing.

Not much else to say about it. I've done my bit of community service now, and so I trust the judge will look more favorably upon me.

Oh, and as I think of it, if you do contact them, it wouldn't hurt my future store credit to mention that you heard of them from me first.

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