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The Long Halloween 2023 – A Batman Miniature Game Tournament

Hey all, September 30th, 2023 at Noble Knight Games is going to be The Long Halloween 2023. This annual tournament is our biggest tournament of the year! Last year’s attendance was 12 players and we are hoping this year we exceed that count! Entry fee will be $20 and lunch will be included.

Critical Dates:

  • Questions submission deadline: September 15th, 2023
  • Final Event Package update: September 19th, 2023
  • List Submission to TO deadline: 11:59 PM on September 25th, 2023
  • Tournament Date: September 30, 2023

Official tournament event pack is available for download:

Episode 113: Board Game Discovery – Dragonbond, Wandering Towers, and More!!!

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In Episode 113 the hosts discuss review several new games they have been playing. Check it out to hear about some fun games, perfect for an entertaining evening.

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Episode 111: At the Table – Board Games and BMG Banter

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Episode 110: Behind the Dice – Exploring Coba with Crossbow Games

Join WiscoDice as we learn about finding hidden treasure from the designers of COBA. We also discuss the games we’ve been playing and upcoming events you can find us at.

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Kickstart Monday: Wyrmwood and Game Theory Tables

Welcome to Kickstart Monday!!!! This is our weekly series featuring 2 or more crowdfunding projects in the tabletop gaming industry. I scour platforms like Kickstarter, Gamefound, and Indigogo to find projects that interest me. People would ask me what I think is worth backing since I was providing these recommendations already. So why not share my thoughts with a weekly blog about projects that interest me? Stay informed when new Kickstart Monday projects come out by following us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and following the #KickstartMonday hashtag.

This week we have dueling gaming tables. These upper-end gaming accessories are most often dream possessions of the tabletop gamer. With the increasing uptick in the popularity of tabletop games, there has been a boom in manufacturers and Crowdfunding projects. Let’s see how these two tables trigger us!

Wyrmwood’s Modular Gaming Table (Round 2)

Wyrmwood is back at it again with its Modular Gaming Table. Wyrmwood is a name legendary to gaming tables. These modular gaming tables are targeted to be more financially viable for people who would like to own a Wyrmwood table. Yet they don’t lack the quality associated with a table from Wyrmwood.

This is the 2nd time that the Modular Gaming Table has been crowdfunded. This time there are a couple of new features. On top of the various sizes, wood, and finishes you can get this table from the previous project they have added an octagonal table as well. In addition, the magnetic rail system allows you to customize the table with accessories like cup holders and phone chargers like with other tables. Of course, the topper system also is manageable and you don’t need to be able to lift massively heavy toppers to be able to switch the table from dining to gaming mode.

If you are interested in a quality gaming table that is straightforward and will easily sub for a beautiful dining table then you should definitely check this table out.

Game Theory Tables – The Origins Lit

The Origins Gaming Table from Game Theory Tables is getting a new feature! These tables are now getting the option to have an LED strip light added to the table’s interior to light up the gaming space. The Origins table has always been one of the tables featured on the more affordable end and their claims of no additional charges for shipping and straightforward pricing are very well backed up on the project page.

Plenty of options are available with the Origins table as well, from various rectangular table sizes and with or without lighting. There are limited finishes that this table is available in, but you do have the option to purchase matching chairs to go with the table. In addition, the topper system for these tables again is manageable by a single person. This may not seem like a big deal, but I have seen firsthand what kind of hassle that can be.

If you are looking to add a gaming table to your home here is another amazing option that you can check out.

Did we miss your favorite project?

Thank you for checking out this week’s Kickstart Monday! If you find these interesting or want some attention on a Kickstarter or other crowdfunded projects that you would like to read more about please share your thoughts with us via our social media or email.

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