This past week on the tabletop

15/09/2019 – 21/09/2019

Image Source: Castlelass, Matt Corley

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

Didn’t hear? There is no board game bubble. Nathan McNair from Pandasaurus Games explains why.

Still Untitled had Adam Savage on, who talked about his interest in chess and a chess YouTube channel. Plus rummy chat.

The American Tabletop Awards is unveiled by a collection of US-based tabletop media.

Missed ConCentric, or just want to relive it a little? Belligerent Older Gamers provided its own unique insight into the event. Alternatively you could watch The Antipodean d20’s wrap up.

This happened at the end of last week. But just in case you somehow managed to miss this new story about a cargo accident, here it is again.

Featured crowdfunding campaign

Harper’s Tale: An Adventure Path for DnD 5e

Can a group of adventurers learn the origins of the plague sweeping their home? Ten connected adventures will see the group save a collection of towns, find a powerful druid, and ultimately confront the source of the threat. But an answer isn’t simple, and not everyone is willing to help.

Harper’s Tale is an adventure for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, with the net proceeds to go towards cancer relief charity, Friends of Kids with Cancer. It has a goal of AU$17,727 and has so far raised over AUD$27,600 with 14 days to go. The campaign is created by Matt Corley, and is his first.

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