Saturday, February 23, 2013

GM Games Warehouse

I thought you might like to take a look behind the curtain here at GM Games.  This is the first pictures ever of my warehouse, where all my print copies of The Manors and adventures I've published.  Several people have tried to get a glimpse at this, but I have it barricaded more than Willie Wonka's Chocolate Factory.

As you can see my vast warehouse is none other than a old Christmas Card box.  It's sturdy construction and perfect size made it a no brainer to move in.  The Christmas Cards were evicted and no dwell in a corner lot some where in Pittsburgh.  I thought I would also give you a before and after picture.  As you can see the warehouse's inventory is low after a week of orders.

This is what the warehouse looks like after a night of restocking.  As most of you know GM Games prints all their zines in house.  The envelopes in the back are stamped and ready to go.  What you don;t see here is the mailroom.  It is off to the right.  That is where we keep all the creepy butterflies and other postage.

I hope you have enjoyed your tour of the GM Games warehouse, but I am going to have to ask you to leave now.  We are having trouble in our storage basement, apparently the sleestaks have tunneled in again and they are fighting with the displacer beast (hint hint) we are keeping there.


  1. Be wary! The sleestaks are there to unionize the warehouse's workforce.

  2. that setup doesn't look up to OSHA standards. furthermore i am extremely disturbed at the lack of readily visible up-to-date labor board posters.

  3. Thanks again for the surprise gift!

  4. But don't you have a dedicated location for the night watchmen to take their coffee/smoke breaks?

    And where does the Union president have his office?

  5. You should hire some adventurers to guard that place.

  6. It is one of those scary warehouses in the bad part of town. They beat up the Christmas cards.

  7. You should invest in some of those robots Amazon has in their warehouses.

    Just don't outsource the work to orcs and orgres. Keep those jobs for hard working humans, elves, and dwarves!

  8. @Jason

    Hardworking elves... Ha! Good one!