This past week on the tabletop

09/09/2018 – 15/09/2018

What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?

An Australian convention is resurrected. RuneQuest Con Down Under, run by RPG Review Cooperative and sponsored by Chaosium Inc, is back. This time taking place in what passes for a castle in Australia.

Do you see what I see? 93 Made Games are going on a Viewpoint tour, and you could grab some swag.

Some issues arise in a Magic: The Gathering preliminary pro tour qualifier.

Goblin Games has been supplying Kansas players since 2015. During flooding recently the store and its stock was ruined, and Goblin Games are looking for some help to rebuild.

Featured crowdfunding game

DUSK : Arena of Shadows

Monsters face off in this deck construction skirmish game. Players select cards to manoeuvre and attack with their imposing monster models. The game is for 2-6 players.

Dusk: Arena of Shadows is designed and published by Widdershins Games. It has an AUD$250,232 goal and has raised just over AUD$39,000 with 33 days to go. This is Widdershins Games first Kickstarter.

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