Who are you?
We're Kobold's Keep! A travelling / online tabletop store serving the Northern Nevada area and a west coast convention near you!
Where's your store?
1188 Victorian Plaza Cir, Suite 100, in Sparks, NV! Yes, we're in the basement of a historic church. Use the Victorian Movie Theater Parking Garage for plenty of space!
Do you guys stock X?
Definitely shoot us an email at email@example.com if you don't see something. Due to the nature of our sales we just don't have time to list them before they're sold or we hold onto a certain number of items for our in-town players before putting them up online.
Can you guys come to X con?
Send us the convention link! We'll take a look and judge if it's feasible for us to be there. Anything east of Colorado is very tricky for us, but we've got a trailer (Kurt Stormbringer) and gumption so we will give it our best shot!
I got a question about my D&D campaign, UVS, this one Magic ruling...
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love chatting with you about a whole bunch of things! When we're not a vendor, we love popping in with panels like "DMing 101, DMing 201; Dungeon Building, and PANELQUEST!"
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