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Game Night Kits

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Good afternoon,

 

I have a local group here in SW Florida for Game of Thrones and we would like to start running leagues at our local comic and game shop.  We would like to have prize support- so we see the game night kits- I beleive it is too late to order anything for season 2 (guess we have to wait for season 3)  How long is a season and how do you obtain more game night kits if you ever ran out and needed more?  Can you only order them from FantasyFlight or does any other distributor carry any leftover, unsold game night kits?  Thanks!

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We have league in Halifax Canada. We have dozen regulars and over dozen casual players. Grown a lot over last year. We follow FFG's season schedule. 3 seasons. Ours run 6 weeks a season. We play casual and tournaments in between. This works around Regionals, Gen-Con and Worlds. Game night kits we order through local game stores. We use it for tournament support, League support or prizes for demos. Everyone likes this format. I just wish there was a Gen-Con closer to east coast

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Good afternoon,

 

I have a local group here in SW Florida for Game of Thrones and we would like to start running leagues at our local comic and game shop.  We would like to have prize support- so we see the game night kits- I beleive it is too late to order anything for season 2 (guess we have to wait for season 3)  How long is a season and how do you obtain more game night kits if you ever ran out and needed more?  Can you only order them from FantasyFlight or does any other distributor carry any leftover, unsold game night kits?  Thanks!

 

Kraken Stew,

 

Great question and commitment to the game! Check out this hyperlink for all things related to Game Night Kits: http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_nrep.asp?eidm=30

 

Typically, your game store will have to make the contact with Fantasy Flight to order the kits but you can definitely be proactive and do your basic research first so when you consult with your game store, you can provide them with the basics.

 

The game store near me has what they call Game Hosts, who bring a new game to the store that they would like to see flourish. They are responsible for conducting weekly game nights, tournaments, and must be knowledgeable in the game.

 

Best of luck!!

 

-Chris

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