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The 2019 Holiday Sale

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The 2019 Holiday Sale

~Wednesday, December 11~
25% off Living Card Games

~Thursday, December 12~
25% off Warmachine, Hordes, Monsterpocalypse & Riot Quest

~Friday, December 13~
20% off MTG Standard Singles & All Foils
10% off MTG Non-Standard Singles
10% off MTG Non-Standard Sealed Product
3 for $8 MTG Standard Boosters
$95 MTG Standard Booster Boxes
25% off MTG Standard Sealed Product...

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Introducing The Pandemonium Championship

Posted by Chris Byrne on

Introducing The Pandemonium Championship

Starting January 1st, 2020 players will begin accumulating points toward the Pandemonium Championship 2020 Leaderboard. The Top 28 players as of October 1st, 2020 will qualify for an invite only event that will take place on undisclosed date(s) in November of 2020. This invite only event will be known as the Pandemonium Championship of 2020.

Leaderboard Points (LBPs) are...

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Pandemonium: a WPN Premium Location

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Pandemonium: a WPN Premium Location

We're excited to announce Pandemonium Games & Hobbies is among the first wave of Wizards Play Network Premium locations in the world!

We have been working closely with Wizards of the Coast to accomplish this goal. There's a lot of new and exciting things going on behind the scenes that we can't tell you about just yet, but...

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Pando is Looking for Freelance Writers

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Pando is Looking for Freelance Writers

I am excited to announce Pandemonium is looking for some freelance writers.

We are looking for talented players interested in writing about a slew of different games and formats. Have you recently been to a big tournament? Are you interested in sharing your experiences from the event? Maybe you have a new deck concept or have mastered your deck and...

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Dragons to the Rescue!

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Dragons to the Rescue!

Dragons of the Frontier

Even before we announced our Frontier events players were excited to talk about the possibilities the format provided. Trouble is, many of those conversations stalled out as soon as someone brought up Collected Company. While many players (including myself) are excited to play creature based Collected Company (CoCo) decks, there is a portion...

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