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:
- A picture! Featuring you, your crew, and your game(s) of choice. Be as creative as you fancy.
- Names! What lovely people are we looking at? If you’d rather identify yourselves by a club or group name, we’re cool with that. If you’d like us to link your name to a social media profile, we can do that, too.
- Games! Tell us what you’re playing.
- Your location!…if you’re comfy with that. Given that this is an international event, it’d be neat to see where everyone’s hailing from. A state or country name is all we’re asking, but if you’d rather stay off the grid, consider this request optional. If you’re playing at your local game shop, feel free to mention them as well.
Please send your pictures and info to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10:00 AM EST on Sunday, April 6. We’ll have a gallery up later that day.