Dungeons & Drafts in Fort Collins Closes Like Dungeon Doors
Rules. Games have rules to follow and businesses have rules to follow. Dungeons & Drafts has felt the wrath of not following the tax rules and closed.
The geeks of Northern Colorado are feeling the pain, as The Coloradoan has the news that Dungeons & Drafts has closed due to non-payment of taxes.
D&D opened in 2015 as a place to gather to play board games, have a few drinks, and just get your geek on in general. Theme nights had been very big there.
Now, it looks like there'll be no more fun there, as they owe about $50,000 in back taxes. According to the The Coloradoan, they'll need almost twice that within 10 days (becase of lost revenue.) That's not a lot of time to find a lot of buried gold, so to speak.
Though they don't serve alcohol, The Rogue's Roost in Loveland is a like Dungeons & Drafts, so those loooking for geeky-fun should check it out.
Get more on the closing from The Coloradoan HERE.