GABBO — i mean tabletopday — IS COMING!

GABBO — i mean tabletopday — IS COMING!

Tomorrow is the second annual International Tabletop Day! It’s TableTop Day 2: The Tabeleoppening Return of the Gamers Tabletop Harder Electric Boogaloo!

As I write this, our fellow gamers in those parts of the world where it’s already tomorrow are playing more games, and I’m so excited to join them when we finally catch up, here in California.

There are thousands of events all over the world,…

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eziegelbein:

In the spirit and enthusiasm for Tabletop and playing more games at home together, my son Aidan has created a Trophy of Awesome for our home. We found a dance trophy at our local thrift shop yesterday and my son took artistic control in covering the parts he did not like. He covered the words “Dance Competition” with foil and masking tape and wrote “Trophy of Awesome” on the front. The top part of the trophy has a circle that spins, so we printed out pictures of both Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day from the interwebs and taped those to either side of the circle. He is very proud!

Wow this is awesome!!!

Aidan, you are amazing. Play more games!

seenontabletop
seenontabletop:

Our 8 year old found the Pandemic box not put away in the storage room, so she took it upon herself to begin a solo mission. Here she is confirming the maximum hand size of 7 cards. (I had thought it was only 6. She was pretty sure it was 7 and knew to go to the rulebook to find out for certain. [She was right. A proud moment for Dad.])
Later, she came into the kitchen. “I’ve got bad news, Dad.” she began. “I ran out of turns and didn’t save the world.”
“The world’s already a much better place,” I thought to myself. “You’ve been ‘infected’ with a love of games, and it’s spreading uncontrollably.”
Thank you Wil and TableTop. May we never find a ‘cure’.

SO MANY FEELS.

seenontabletop:

Our 8 year old found the Pandemic box not put away in the storage room, so she took it upon herself to begin a solo mission. Here she is confirming the maximum hand size of 7 cards. (I had thought it was only 6. She was pretty sure it was 7 and knew to go to the rulebook to find out for certain. [She was right. A proud moment for Dad.])

Later, she came into the kitchen. “I’ve got bad news, Dad.” she began. “I ran out of turns and didn’t save the world.”

“The world’s already a much better place,” I thought to myself. “You’ve been ‘infected’ with a love of games, and it’s spreading uncontrollably.”

Thank you Wil and TableTop. May we never find a ‘cure’.

SO MANY FEELS.