Twenty Sided Store

A retail store and premier event organizer in Williamsburg Brooklyn that focuses on high quality Board Games, Role Playing Games, and Magic: The Gathering.

September 2nd, 2017 Twenty Sided Store held it's 1st Annual Scavenger Hunt | Dragons Will Prevail.

12 teams, 52 people, and 16 stores participated in this hunt for the dragon egg.

The winning team, Carrion Creeps, hired by the archeologists to find the dragon egg and put it in a museum for all to admire were successful in their mission!

1st Place

Carrion Creeps

2nd Place

No Laughing Tiamatter

Runners Up!

Dragon w/ The Girl Tattoo
Targidiots
Richard & The Vicious Mockery
Ouro-BROS
Umm, Actually It's Called a Wyvern
Sir Gawainus
Lost'n Found
Les Bad Guys
Handy in My Camry
Birthday Questers for Dragon Cake

Thanks!

Participating Businesses who made this event a success!
Bedford Cheese Shop
Brick Theater
Brooklyn Charm
Crest Hardware & Garden Center
Desert Island Comics
Full Circle Bar
Geek Forest
Ghost Robot
Jackbar
KCDC Skate Shop
Lodge Resturant
NiteHawk Cinema / Low Res Bar
Pete's Print Shop
Quimby's Bookstore
Taco Chulo
Twenty Sided Store

Check out the Photos!

#DragonsWillPrevail

1st ANNUAL
Twenty Sided Scavenger Hunt 2017

Dragons Will Prevail

Long lost to legend and hearsay, the fire of the Dragons of the world have all sputtered out. You and your friends have heard a tale convincing enough to lead you to believe that there was once, actual living breathing, Dragons.

Unfold the Mystery of the Dragons!

Teams will find clues and complete challenges. Points will be tallied, winners will be awarded, and there will be an after party.

Gather Your Team!

Team Size : 3 - 5 people
*All participants must be 21+

SIGN UP NOW!

http://20ss.nyc/2vJTcho
$30 per person

Sweet Prizes!

Participating Local Businesses:

Bedford Cheese Shop
Brick Theater
Brooklyn Charm
Crest Hardware & Garden Center
Desert Island Comics
Full Circle Bar
Geek Forest
Ghost Robot
Jackbar
KCDC Skate Shop
Lodge Resturant
NiteHawk Cinema / Low Res Bar
Pete's Print Shop
Quimby's Bookstore
Taco Chulo

Fireworks After Party!

Puzzle Escapes

Puzzles that you put together then color!

D&D Coloring Book | Monsters & Heroes of the Realms

All of your favorite D&D characters come to life!

The Naughty Pipe Coloring Book & Adventure

By Amy Kollar Anderson & Rob E. Boley
Color this book then run the adventure for your next RPG game!

Magical Jungle & The Night Voyage Coloring Book

Get lost in the intricate pattern detail that Johanna Basford is known for.

Artist Materials

Right now have a sweet selection of notebooks, colored pencils, pencil cases, and more!

Check out these cool erasers. They make cool patterns, come in sweet colors, and have sharp corners for that detail work.

Pencil sets that come in a zipper carrying case, perfect for tossing in your bag and taking out to the park or rooftop!

Free RPG Day

Celebrate Free RPG Day with us today - SAT JUNE 17th!

Get a FREE RPG DAY Swag bag! Inside you will also find a signed copy of Smoke Mountain Lodge by Lauren Bilanko, a level 0 adventure and quick 5e character builder by Richard Ruane, plus every bag has one exclusive Q-Workshop die!

SALE

Buy 3 RPG Books and get 25% off your entire order!
Excludes MTG Singles and MTG Booster Boxes

All NEW Roleplaying Games!

Just in time for Free RPG Day - Twenty Sided Store has fully stocked up on a ton of new Indie Roleplaying Games. We also got in a massive restock of dice and gaming accessories!

Here are some photo highlights!

Blue Rose Core Book & Screen

Blue Rose

Paranoia

Paranoia

Hillfolk

Hillfolk

Fall of Magic

Pocket RPGs | Lazer Metal & Du Dizzle

Pocket RPGs

Hoodoo Blues

Hoodoo Blues

Blood & Honor

lood & Honor

Mars Colony | 39 Dark

ars Colony | 39 Dark

Headspace

Headspace

The Fool's Journey

The Fool's Journey

Seeker

Seeker

Heroine & Dangers Untold

Heroine & Dangers Untold

The Drifter's Escape

The Drifter's Escape

Post Human Pathways

Post Human Pathways

Curse the Darkness

Curse the Darkness

Abstract Dungeon

Abstract Dungeon

Epoch

Sword Noir

word Noir

Mythos World

Mythos World

Blades in the Dark

Blades in the Dark

Chill, Save, & Screen

hill

At the Hands of an Angry God

At the Hands of an Angry God

Skulduggery

Skulduggery

Delta Green

Delta Green

The Love of Money

The Love of Money

Monsters

Monsters

The Hour Between Dog and Wolf

The Hour Between Dog and Wolf

Dead of Night

Dead of Night

Dungeon World Creature Cards

Dungeon World Creature Cards

Gods, Memes, and Monsters

Gods, Memes, and Monsters

Seven Wonders

Seven Wonders

Intro to Storytelling Games I want you to close your eyes and think about a tabletop roleplaying game. Just grab the first image that pops into your head. Got it? What did you see? A group of friends sitting around a table? A map dotted with minis, tokens, and dice? More snacks than a Super-Bowl party? All of these are true, but I want to speak to one image in particular: the large rulebook filled with tables, charts, and enough minutia to make your tax accountant giddy. This is a stigma that roleplaying games have carried since the beginning, that they’re “too complex” or “simulationist".

Well, gentle reader, roleplaying games aren’t made like they used to. The days of calculating THAC0 are a thing of the past. Now, there are plenty of great games that strip the rules down to the frame, and allow for game master and players to explore their creativity in new, exciting ways, and tell stories that otherwise couldn’t have been brought to the table. Leave your GM screen at home; you won’t need it. This week (finally), we look into some of the best storytelling RPGs out there.

FIASCO

Fiasco Whenever someone brings up “storytelling RPG”, this is the first game that usually comes to mind. Fiasco is pure storytelling and character and almost no rules or mechanics to hold the whole thing together. There is nobody running the game in a traditional sense. Everyone seated at the table is a participant in the story, and the stories that come up during Fiasco sessions can be crazier and more endearing than any dungeon crawl. It’s a crash-course in storytelling, specifically the very difficult skill of letting go of the reigns and watching your characters come alive. Nobody knows where the story is going and often, a choice made by one of the players in the heat of the moment will send the plot off in a totally unexpected direction. Since there are no “winners” and “losers” per se, the whole game is a pure creative exercise. And with so many playsets out there, Fiasco is a game that will never, ever get old.

THE SHAB-AL-HIRI ROACH

Roch This is another game from Bully Pulpit, the makers of Fiasco. The Shab-al-Hiri Roach puts players in the roles of turn-of-the-century academics jockeying for prestige and position in the university. Like in Fiasco, players set up and improvise scenes between their characters and NPCs, hoping to get what they want. The difference is that there is also a mind-controlling roach bent on world-conquest roaming around the university, and player actions might be dictated by whether or not they are under the roach's sway. The Shab-al-Hiri Roach is designed for play in a single session without a GM, and fills the niche of Adventures of Baron Munchausen and Little Shop of Horrors mash-up that you never knew you needed.

DREAD

Dread Imagine playing a game of Jenga where your life depended on it. That’s Dread in a (terrifying) nutshell.

Dread is a game of suspense, tension, and horror. As characters move through their story, situations where their outcome is in question are resolved by pulling from “The Tower of Dread.” The player pulls one block from the tower and places it on top. If the tower stays up, the action was successful. If the tower collapses, the character is removed from play, usually via violent, gruesome death.

Do you see why I love this game?

What makes Dread so much fun to play is that the tension is very real. It takes a good storyteller to make you tense, to worry about what’s around the next corner. The Tower of Dread externalizes that tension and gives the entire table a gauge on how dire their situation really is. When you have a group of adults sweating over pulling a block from a wobbly tower to decide the fate of their fictional persona in a horror story, you know you’re doing something right.

FALL OF MAGIC

Fall of Magic Like Fiasco, Fall of Magic is a game about pure improvisation and storytelling with little to no “game” going on. Players inhabit the roles of travelers with the Magus, a mystical being leading the players on a journey through a fantasy world in order to prevent the end of magic. Unlike the other games here, Fall of Magic utilizes a designated play area, a scroll with a map of your journey on it. Players place markers for themselves and the Magus, representing where they are, and move them throughout the course of the game, building their characters up as they go along. The open-ended nature of the story prompts allows for player creativity to expand beyond the typical fantasy tropes and create a story that is uniquely their own.

MISSPENT YOUTH

Misspent Youth There is a lot to be angry about these days, and there sometimes seems like there's nothing you can do about it. Misspent Youth lets you indulge your inner anarchist without ending up on any watch-lists. You are young and fighting back against "The Machine," and not only that, The Machine (or Game Master) is fighting back against you. It is one of the few games we carry that harbors an adversarial relationship between GM and players; both sides are trying to advance their agenda over the other. But it's not all angst and molotov cocktails. At the start of the game, all the players (including the GM) create the world that the game takes place in, making for a collaborative game that all players have some stake in.

To check out these games and many more, come by the shop this Saturday, June 17th, for Free RPG Day 2017! No experience is necessary, and we'll have a drop-in table for RPG fun all day long. See you then!