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Sunday, August 14, 2011

Gaming at Battle Bunker in Bowie, Maryland

Madmark and I packed up the Deathwing and Gray Knights and drove down to the D.C. area to visit our brother this weekend, and get in some practice games before the NOVA Open. We needed a really epic experience, so we decided to check out the new battle bunker in Bowie Maryland.


(Images looted from the store's Facebook page)
In the Boston area Games Workshop stores are hardly common--I think the closest is in Manhattan--so this place was a pleasant surprise. The store was large, not like the epic-ly huge chicago store but, pretty damn big; it was crowded on Saturday, but of the 20ish available tables less than half were used. It was also nice to see that not all the staff at GW stores live up to their reputation as pushy, personal-space-invading salesbots.

The first game was Iron Hands vs. Deathwing.


Grey Knights vs. Iron Hands for round two.





More pics and battle reports may follow!

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