Damon Morris, co-founder of Card Kingdom, Cafe Mox and Mox Boarding House gives us an insider’s look into one of Seattle’s favorite places to play Magic.
Damon talks to us about how he and his brother started Card Kingdom and how it grew to the iconic game store we know today.
Check out all these great photos!
Damon showed me all around Card Kingdom and I got to see a few behind the scenes places like the basement card archives. There are waaaaaay more boxes than what’s in the pic.
Watch some sweet Legacy action the Card Kingdom’s Twitch stream.
CardKingdom.com not only sells Magic singles, they also buy them. And in the Card Kingdom and Mox Boarding House retail stores, there are tons of sweet table top games.
Give them a call if you and your group of friends wanna play games in their luxurious private rooms. Click on the links to see photos of the rooms.
Cafe Mox has the Red Room (where the podcast was recorded) and the Green Room.
Mox Boarding House has the Apothecary, the Library, and the Speakeasy.
Follow @Card_Kingdom, @CK_Event and @MoxBoarding to stay in touch with them on Twitter.
I hope you enjoy the episode. It’s a rare look into how a physical space can impact local community of gamers.
If you liked some of the music in the episode, please check out and support these artists. Special thanks to Needle Drop Co. in Portland Oregon for allowing us to sample these tracks under the Creative Commons license.
Music Credits: (in order of appearance)
Minden – Gold Standard
Broke For Free – Something Elated
Minden – Big Because
YEYEY – Wild Things