This past week on the tabletop

02/06/2019 – 08/06/2019

Image Source: Netflix, Rock Manor Games

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

The Russo Brothers have had massive (and even that’s probably underselling it) hits with their Marvel films. So what’s next? Why, Magic: The Gathering apparently.

Games Workshop reported a 15% rise in sales. What’s surprised a lot of people is their reaction to the increase.

Evil returns to Baldur’s Gate. And it looks squiddy and not at all happy.

It doesn’t look to be going away any time soon. So another look at the Trump China tariff situation, this time from Polygon.

Over on The Planar DM a quite cohesive argument is made against the effectiveness of torture in D&D.

Featured crowdfunding campaign

The Few and Cursed: Board Game

Some people round these parts is good. Some is bad. Most are a bit of both. Fill the boots of a Curse Chaser and beat your opponents to fame and glory. Do this by claiming bounties, finding artefacts, and generally making a name for yourself.

The Few and Cursed is a strategic deck builder for 1-4 players. The campaign is being run by Mike Gnade from Rock Manor Games. It has a pledge goal of AUD$71,440 which it has currently exceeded by raising over AUD$77,400 with 18 days still to go. This is Mike’s seventh Kickstarter campaign, with all previous campaigns successfully funding.

If you want to know more about the game, we ran a preview a few weeks back.

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