But all these things—the coffee, the not-coffee, the pizza—are auxiliary to the primary focus of Coral Sword, the common bond that brought such a diverse ownership together in the first place: gaming, in all its many forms, and comic books. At Coral Sword you’ll find a variety of board and card games—both for sale and to play in-store—and “trades” (multi-edition comics released as a single book). The in-store games range from classic mainstream titles to off-the-beaten path indie darlings, but with an eye towards progressing players out of their gaming comfort zone. You may, for instance, find yourself picking up Jenga to pair with your Jimma, because it is one of the only games that you’ve heard of. Buehrer and company may then try to direct you toward something more indie, like Rhino Hero , an addicting cross between Uno and Jenga.
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