March of the Machine
Friday, 14th April 2023
Any prerelease kits remaining after Friday evening will be available for play on Saturday & Sunday
In-store prelease events are sealed deck, where each player builds a 40+ card deck from the cards in the Prerelease Pack (plus any basic land cards that they require). Each prerelease kit also includes a brief ‘How To’ guide for anyone not already familiar with the format. Players are then paired up for 3+ rounds of head-to-head play.
Prerelease events are designed to be fairly casual and players are free to modify their deck throughout the event (between games, using only the cards contained in their prerelease kit).
Each pack costs £25. Each event lasts for 3-4 hours (deck building + 3 rounds of up to 50 minutes each).
March of the Machine Prerelease Pack:
- 6 March of the Machine Draft Boosters
- 1 foil, year-stamped Rare or Mythic Rare
- 1 deck box
- 1 spindown d20 die
Each March of the Machine Draft Booster contains 15 cards, with a combination of 1 card of rarity Rare or higher and 3 Uncommon, 10 Common, and 1 Land cards. 1 Legendary Creature in every booster. Traditional Foil of any rarity replaces a Common in 33% of boosters.
Clifton Road Games
16 Clifton Road
Tel. 01392 259 988
Cars: The Triangle Car Park is at the end of Clifton Road. In addition, there are 30-minute parking bays just up the road near Newtown Stores convenience shop, as well as 2-hour bays in each of the side roads off of Clifton Road (Clifton Street, Chute Street, Sandford Walk, etc). If you have an electric vehicle, there are charging points in Belmont Road (along the front of Belmont Park), on the left from the end of Clifton Road.
Bus: The nearest bus stop is Lower Summerlands at the junction of Clifton Road and Heavitree Road. The new Exeter Bus Station is only a few yards further away, by St. Sidwell’s Point Leisure Centre and the VUE Cinema (walk down past the VUE cinema, across Western Way, between Jury’s Inn and Belmont Chapel to the Triangle Car Park and then turn left past The Clifton Inn).
FOOD & DRINK
Clifton Road Games do not provide or sell food and/or drinks on the premises, but customers are welcome to bring their own.
Newtown Stores is just up the road (on your left as you exit the shop), The Clifton Inn has an in-house bakery, as well as their regular pub menu, and is also just up the road (on the right as you exit). Exe Coffee Roasters are across the Triangle Car Park (opposite the Pyramids Leisure Centre).
We generally advise that gamers take specific breaks for food and drinks, rather than snacking throughout. It’s safer for the games components.
Customer toilets are available. Note that these are wheelchair accessible but not fully equipped as disabled facilities (ie. they do have extra space for a wheelchair and low hand basins; they don’t have hand rails or emergency assistance alarms).