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Oath of the Gatewatch ** FAT PACK CHALLENGE ** - 1/22/16
« on: January 14, 2016, 10:21:05 PM »

Battleground Games & Hobbies - Abington and Plainville MA

Battleground's Fat Pack Challenge is back for Oath of the Gatewatch!

Please preregister!  Space is limited!

Oath of the Gatewatch will be released on Friday, January 22nd and we will have a full line-up of events for you to crack packs, build decks and play Magic at both of our stores!  The weekend will kick off with our flagship Sealed Deck style event.

The Battleground Fat Pack Challenge is taking place on Friday night, 1/22/16, at both locations (run as our FNM).  These are the ultimate sealed events where you open packs, build a deck and play with just the contents of a Oath of the Gatewatch Fat Pack!

The concept of a Fat Pack Challenge is pretty simple.  Each player will receive a Oath of the Gatewatch Fat Pack with which to build a 40 card deck.  Players may use ONLY what is inside of their Fat Pack to construct their decks.  No additional land will be provided!

This time instead of awarding prizes randomly throughout the event, EVERYONE that enrolls into the Fat Pack Challenge will receive a pack of Squirrel Warrior on Frog Mount sleeves (50) at the beginning of the event!  Player's in the event will be competing for glory and a super sweet commemorative plaqueNo other prizes will be award for this event.

We've got two of these events for you, one at each Battleground location:

Abington and Plainville:
Format: **Fat Pack Sealed**
Date: January 22nd, 2016 a FRIDAY
Time: 7:00pm
Entrance Fee: $40.00

1423 Bedford Street
Abington MA 02351
25 Taunton Street
Plainville MA 02762

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