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Tabletop Gaming

  1. Watch A Mini-Documentary About A Group Of Girls Playing Dungeons & Dragons For The First Time

    Oh, I'm sorry. I meant Dungeonettes and Dragonettes.

    When filmmaker Meredith Jacobson overheard her boyfriend tell a group of 9-11 year old boys that young girls aren't interested in playing D&D, the producer wanted to prove that the joy of role-playing games knows no gender—and thus the idea for DnDnG was born.

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  2. The Mary Sue’s Exclusive Interview & Art Preview Of The Upcoming Gauntlet Reboot

    Jill needs game badly.

    I was skeptical of the new Gauntlet at first. Then I saw the trailer and got to talk to Art Director Rob Tatnell about our shared memories, what to expect from this new version, plus the Warrior, Wizard, Elf, and most importantly to me, the well-armored Valkyrie. Read on for all of that plus some exclusive character and environment art!

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  3. Ready Your Broad Swords: Princess Munchkin is Coming

    Bad Stuff: No bad stuff.

    Munchkin Princesses is a fifteen card expansion to the infamous kick-down-doors-grab-all-the-items-everlastingly-ruin-your-relationship-with-your-friends card game, which adds self-reliant princesses of all genders as one of the player classes. I can easily imagine adding this pack, currently in production and not yet for sale, to my Munchkin deck: who could say no to a "Rescue Yours

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  4. 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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  5. Things We Saw Today: An Unexpectedly Charming Steampunk Jawa

    Things We Saw Today

    I don't know why I've never considered this before, but I think Jawas and Black Mages must be close cousins. Artwork by Björn Hurri. (via Geek Art)

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  6. A Warm Fuzzy Gallery Of Our Readers’ Tabletop Day Pictures

    Today in Awesome

    Whenever you put out a call for reader pictures, there's always the slight fear that no one will come to the party. But you guys didn't just send pictures -- you sent bucketloads. More than we knew what to do with. You shared stories, too, and your enthusiasm was entirely contagious. It was a perfect summation of everything that Tabletop Day stands for, and it made your weekend editor very happy indeed. Quickly, before we get mushy -- on to the pictures!

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  7. #FollowFriday: Wil Wheaton (@wilw)

    He's just this guy, you know?

    It's Follow Friday once again, and in honor of tomorrow's Tabletop festivities, we're telling you that you should go follow Wil Wheaton. You know, assuming you don't already.

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  8. Attention, Gamers: If You’re Celebrating International Tabletop Day, We Want Your Pics!

    Calling all dice rollers, deck shufflers, and dungeon masters! Tomorrow is International Tabletop Day, and we want pics of our readers' respective festivities. Why? Because games are awesome, and quite frankly, so are you. Here’s the way we see it: Tabletops are crazy good fun, and a great way to bring people together. At The Mary Sue, we are all about those things. However, as we live on the internet, this is a difficult day for us to host a celebration for. So, unless reliable transporters appear on the mass market in the next twenty-four hours, we invite you to share your day with us. Doesn’t matter if you’re playing card games, board games, miniatures, or pen-and-paper stuff. We want to see it all -- from the laziest Munchkin match to the lengthiest Arkham Horror session. Should you accept this quest, we’ll need the following:

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  9. Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day Want You To Join A Day of Gaming [Video]

    +2 Cha -2 Str

    If you enjoyed last year's International TableTop Day, well, good news - there's another one on the way!  On April 5th, 2014 (yes, a different date from last year), you can join Wil Wheaton, Felicia Day, and thousands of others to celebrate gaming. Check out the website for more info on registering or finding an event, but first, enjoy this delightful promo! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. Things We Saw Today: An Upworthy Translator

    Things We Saw Today

    Programmer Snipe created a Chrome addon that translates Upworthy-style titles into more realistic language, and she's shared it with the internet. (Geekosystem)

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