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Roll 2 Play Presents: T.A.B.L.E.

Hey everybody Rick here with a special upcoming event put on by our sponsors at Roll 2 Play.  Store owner
Tiffany Franzoni is someone who shares a passion with me for community and its importance when it comes to all things relating to geekdom and gaming.  With that in mind, she is organizing T.A.B.L.E. or the Tabletop And Boardgame Learning Expo to make its debut to the convention scene in March of 2014.

I can for one, say that tabletop gaming has never been bigger.  At All-Con this year I had the opportunity to host some gaming with FLUXX.  The response was extraordinarily overwhelmingly positive.  I never thought that open gaming would have been so well received and also just a great way to make new friends.  The community that grew over those couple of days of gaming alone was pretty cool to experience.  So much so that as a result, I am empowered to hold more open gaming programming at All-Con 2014 and of course at T.A.B.L.E.

So why go to T.A.B.L.E.?  It's an incredible opportunity to experience the fun and camaraderie that comes from playing a board game or a table top game.  It allows the non gamer to get a glimpse what makes these games just so much darn fun.  As if that were not enough, T.A.B.L.E. features some already prominent guests in the gaming world including the fine people of Pinche Games, Fireside Games, game creator Kevin Nunn, Dungeons and Dragons writer Keith Baker and the guest of honor, Steve Jackson of Steve Jackson Games! Also, the incomparably awesome Taffeta Darling is set to be there as well!

Finally, Tiffany sat down with myself and Cole and we chatted a bit about what community and gaming means to us.  Here is the interview! Also, here is the link for the kickstarter!  Enjoy and see you at T.A.B.L.E. in March of 2014!

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