The House Makes the Rules

After consultation, we’ve instituted some house rules for our gaming tables at the store. We’re open to feedback, so please drop us a line if there’s anything in there that you object to or that you think could be improved (you can use the contact form at right if you want — it comes right to Karin’s desk).

Most of the rules are already well-understood conventions of group gaming: don’t cheat, don’t be mean to each other, and so on. (Who remembers that book “Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten”? This is like that.)

Still, although the rules are elementary, we’re serious about them. We want everyone using the gaming tables to feel safe and comfortable, so we think that it’s important that everyone take a moment to read the rules over and make sure that they abide by them. 

It’s also important to remember that, during daytime at least, there are often young children present in the store, accompanying parents or grandparents, and profanity is a no-no. We are more relaxed during evening sessions, but still try to remember that there may be other people present in the store who find profanity offensive.

Thanks for your support!


© Karin Belanger 2016