Author Topic: Gaming in Montanna/Wyoming?  (Read 622 times)

garhkal

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Gaming in Montanna/Wyoming?
« on: 23 September 2023, 15:04:24 »
Since both of these states, are rather sparsely populated, what's the gaming like for either of them??
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Re: Gaming in Montanna/Wyoming?
« Reply #1 on: 24 September 2023, 20:17:43 »
Much like SLC Punk!

Though, while I was in Salt Lake City, there were kids hats that said, "d20", and the used book-stores were full of gaming-books.

I was up in Wyoming, people were cold.

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Re: Gaming in Montanna/Wyoming?
« Reply #2 on: 26 January 2024, 19:36:26 »
Well, seeing as "I" was once the Catalyst Agent/Commando. I am sad to see it had died over the vastness of space.  I haven't seen much up here for many a year.
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Re: Gaming in Montanna/Wyoming?
« Reply #3 on: 27 January 2024, 00:20:14 »
I've heard Great Falls and Missoula both have decent Battletech crowds, according to a friend who lived there about a year ago.  No idea if anything's changed since then.
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Re: Gaming in Montanna/Wyoming?
« Reply #4 on: 28 January 2024, 20:46:02 »
Good to hear.  Missoula & Great Falls are about 625 miles (10 hours) for me so tough to verify, closer for me to drive to Omaha or KC or nearly Weirdo in Dallas. 
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