I am now a resident of Las Vegas, the Entertainment Capital of the World, Lost Wages, Glitter Gulch and Sin City. When I left Vegas in 2006 I never thought I would come back but that is how life works I guess. I have a roof over my head, a new car and a good job. It works for me.

Along with all the usual concerns I have been exploring the local gaming scene to see what I can find. A lot has changed since I left but I am happy to report I have at least found a regular Pathfinder Society game to play in, I will be attending my first Vegas Game Day (a monthly event) this weekend and I am keeping my eyes open for other gaming opportunities. The Little Shop of Magic has been around for a long time but back in 2006 I lived on the wrong side of town to make regular trips. Living in the Summerlin area it has become the crux of my gaming experiences this time around and I have been nothing less than impressed with the store and its staff.

Today is the start of Teach Your Kids to Game Week. DriveThruRPG is offering all sorts of goodies for very low prices which I encourage you to check out. Even if you don’t want to spend any cash before the holidays the important part is you spend some quality time with your little ones playing games. Do your part to foster the next generation of great gamers.

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