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Tabletop Gaming

  1. The Munchkin Card Game Is Getting An Ongoing Comic From BOOM!

    Go into a comic shop, open a page.

    I think BOOM! just leveled up.

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  2. Antimatter Matters, the Quantum Physics Board Game, Makes Assembling Atoms Into a Competition

    When you open the box, you finally find out whether Schrödinger's Cat is dead or not.

    I'm not a big board game player, nor am I particularly well-versed in the ways of subatomic particles -- and I'm sure that probably goes for a good number of you as well. However, Portland-based game company Elbowfish wants to change all that. Their Kickstarter campaign to fund a new physics-based board game, Antimatter Matters, has just three days left to go and is so close to getting funded that I can almost taste the quarks. Needless to say, all of the flavors are delicious, not to mention educational!

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  3. How Dungeons and Dragons Changed the World for Geeks and Gaming [Video]

    It definitely influenced Mountain Dew sales, that's for sure.

    Whether or not you've ever rolled a character sheet or not -- that's what you do in D&D, right? Up 'till now I've been in the "not" category, but I'm playing my first game on Monday so I need to bone up -- you can't deny that the classic tabletop RPG Dungeons and Dragons has had a profound influence on geek and gamer culture. At least, PBS Off Book certainly thinks so, and their latest video is all about the community surrounding this much beloved game. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have 48 hours to learn what a "grapple check" is.

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  4. Dungeons & Dragons Finally Gives Up On Steampunk, Doubles Down on High Fantasy


    Wizards of the Coast has announced the setting of its newest Dungeons & Dragons living campaign series, which, for those of you don't know, allows thousands of gamers to participate in related tabletop events at gaming stores across the country. Is it set in Greyhawk, the original D&D setting from 1980? Or Eberron, the quasi-steampunk setting of questionable necessity?

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