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4-player game of Holi: Festival of Colors from Floodgate Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Jason Aydelotte
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Links:
JOIN THE GAME: https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/jaydelotte/dbvjx8
JOIN THE DISCUSSION (required for learning the game): https://discord.gg/4S7vfKhW
Every spring, celebrants gather to spread color and cheer during one of India’s most vibrant festivals. Move around the festival grounds throwing colored “gulaal” powder onto your friends and the crowd. Aim higher and let your color fall from above on as many people as you can. For Holi is a time for playful mischief and a little friendly rivalry is just what the festival calls for...
In Holi, players gain joy by throwing color on the boards (higher levels are worth more points), getting color on others, and from collecting sweets. Play your color cards cleverly, climb up at the right time, and spread the most joy!
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from March 22nd through April 4th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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2-4 player game of Grackles from fireside Games played on Tabletopia.  Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli 
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/248226/grackles
Grackles are noisy, iridescent birds that love to gather on telephone wires at sunset throughout the southwestern United States. In the lightly-themed abstract strategy game Grackles, you line up your birds on the telephone wire to score as many points as possible. Each turn, players choose between drawing and placing a tile, connecting two spots on the telephone wire with their birds, extending a line of birds, or rotating an empty tile. After the board has been built to five tiles by five tiles and all available pairs of spots on the telephone wire have birds on them, the player with the most birds on the telephone wire wins.
GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required.
If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • Holly Novicelli (1046)

    

2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia.  Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli 
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin
Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the most points wins!
GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required.
If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • Holly Novicelli (1046)

    

4-player game of Holi: Festival of Colors from Floodgate Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Bayard Catron
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
NOTE: CHECK YOUR EMAIL HERE ON THE GATEWAY FOR THE LINK TO COMMUNICATE BY VOICE FOR THIS EVENT. i WILL SEND THE INFO ABOUT AN HOUR BEFORE THE EVENT IS SET TO BEGIN.
 
Every spring, celebrants gather to spread color and cheer during one of India’s most vibrant festivals. Move around the festival grounds throwing colored “gulaal” powder onto your friends and the crowd. Aim higher and let your color fall from above on as many people as you can. For Holi is a time for playful mischief and a little friendly rivalry is just what the festival calls for...
In Holi, players gain joy by throwing color on the boards (higher levels are worth more points), getting color on others, and from collecting sweets. Play your color cards cleverly, climb up at the right time, and spread the most joy!
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from March 22nd through April 4th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • mizerock
  • Lapsed Cannibal

This event began 02/13/2021 and repeats every week on Friday until 04/30/2021


2-5 player games of Sargrada, the Sagrad expansions, Holi: Festival of Colors, Cosmic Colonies, and Vault Wars, played on Tabletopia. GM: Michael Guigliano
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome!
Join us on our Discord channel for Floodgate Fridays! We meet on our Floodgate Games discord channel, and break into groups interested in the different Floodgate Games titles offered above. Come learn and new game, or just play a favorite. You never know who will stop by the channel. The fun starts at 8pm eastern.
We will be using our Discord channel for voice communication. Join us here: https://discord.gg/S87F3Ku
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  • Holly Novicelli (1046)
  • ShelliSmash
  • CraftyFlutterby
  • NaturallyL3GG0

    

4-player game of Holi: Festival of Colors from Floodgate Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Bayard Catron
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Hello players!
Check your email here on the gateway for the link we'll use to communicate by voice for tonight's game at 7 Eastern. See you then!
Every spring, celebrants gather to spread color and cheer during one of India’s most vibrant festivals. Move around the festival grounds throwing colored “gulaal” powder onto your friends and the crowd. Aim higher and let your color fall from above on as many people as you can. For Holi is a time for playful mischief and a little friendly rivalry is just what the festival calls for...
In Holi, players gain joy by throwing color on the boards (higher levels are worth more points), getting color on others, and from collecting sweets. Play your color cards cleverly, climb up at the right time, and spread the most joy!
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from March 22nd through April 4th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • Fussbucket
  • Llamapez

    

3-6 Player Game of Scape Goat from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
You’re part of an internationally renowned group of billy goat criminal masterminds, and you’ve just pulled off your greatest caper yet. Stealing the coveted golden hoof right out of the most secure bank vault in Barn City. Someone’s got to take the fall for it, just make sure it’s not you. In Scape Goat, everyone at the table is trying to pin a crime on the same player, all while that player has no idea they’re taking the fall. The twist? That player could be anyone! Trade cards, make deductions, and figure out if you’re the scapegoat before the cops come after you!
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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  • Redbeard

    

4-player game of Holi: Festival of Colors from Floodgate Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Karen Daniel
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Every spring, celebrants gather to spread color and cheer during one of India’s most vibrant festivals. Move around the festival grounds throwing colored “gulaal” powder onto your friends and the crowd. Aim higher and let your color fall from above on as many people as you can. For Holi is a time for playful mischief and a little friendly rivalry is just what the festival calls for...
In Holi, players gain joy by throwing color on the boards (higher levels are worth more points), getting color on others, and from collecting sweets. Play your color cards cleverly, climb up at the right time, and spread the most joy!

>>>>>>> ONLINE GAME DETAILS <<<<<<<
Tabletopia game link: https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/xixstar/5w5dk8
We will use Tabletopia's Discord for audio communication during the game - join Play & Learn Room 2. 
Tabletopia Discord invite: https://discord.gg/4PsHHKm 
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from March 22nd through April 4th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • JhonnaNiver
  • RobertNiver

    

4-player game of Holi: Festival of Colors from Floodgate Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Devin Bruno
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Every spring, celebrants gather to spread color and cheer during one of India’s most vibrant festivals. Move around the festival grounds throwing colored “gulaal” powder onto your friends and the crowd. Aim higher and let your color fall from above on as many people as you can. For Holi is a time for playful mischief and a little friendly rivalry is just what the festival calls for...
In Holi, players gain joy by throwing color on the boards (higher levels are worth more points), getting color on others, and from collecting sweets. Play your color cards cleverly, climb up at the right time, and spread the most joy!
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from March 22nd through April 4th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Jameson Johnson
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game!
Links for meet and game room will be provided here before the session.
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game from Genius Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald/Gamemaster: Jameson Johnson.
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome 
Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game, is a worker placement game that takes place inside a human cell!

Players take turns placing workers on available organelles within a human cell in order to collect resources (such as Carbohydrates or ATP!) or take actions (such as purchasing Cell Component cards or translating mRNA into Proteins!).
Players use their resources to build Enzymes, Hormones, and Hormone Receptors and also to help detoxify the cell - all of which score health points. The player with the most health points at the end of the game wins! 
I will teach the game, but if you want to review a how to play video ahead of time, you can find it at: https://www.geniusgames.org/products/cytosis-a-cell-biology-game
The game can be found on Tabletopia at the following:
https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/xixstar/x971gp

In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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2-4 Player Game of The Coldest Night from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
The Coldest Night is a cooperative strategy card game where players feed fuel into a fire to keep it lit. Each card brings a certain amount of heat to the fire, and also requires the fire to be above a certain heat to burn it. With the fire constantly dying out, players must work together against the encroaching cold to sequence their cards so everything in the deck can be burned.
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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  • Redbeard

    

3-6 Player Game of Scape Goat from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
You’re part of an internationally renowned group of billy goat criminal masterminds, and you’ve just pulled off your greatest caper yet. Stealing the coveted golden hoof right out of the most secure bank vault in Barn City. Someone’s got to take the fall for it, just make sure it’s not you. In Scape Goat, everyone at the table is trying to pin a crime on the same player, all while that player has no idea they’re taking the fall. The twist? That player could be anyone! Trade cards, make deductions, and figure out if you’re the scapegoat before the cops come after you!
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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  • Redbeard

This event began 03/03/2021 and repeats every week on Wednesday for 7 occurrences


1 to 5-player game of  Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game from Portal Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald (GM): Chad Rathsack
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Take the job of a real detective in a modern setting! In Detective: A Modern Crime Board Game, 1-5 players take on the role of investigators, solving mysterious crimes while working as an Antares National Investigation Agency team members. This board game tell rich stories - stories you will participate in. Let's hope that you will be able to deduce the end, before there is another crime... The game will challenge you with five different cases, that have to be played in order. Seemingly unconnected at first, they will unveil an immersive meta-plot based on facts and fiction alike.
Google Meet link will be sent out and provided here before game.
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
 
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4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Jameson Johnson
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game!
Links for meet and game room will be provided here before the session.
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Jameson Johnson
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • Patrick Wells

    

4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
To join this event, please RSVP for your chance to win a copy of the game, and then join my Discord server: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
Details to join the game will be posted there.
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  • Whitedragoon1989

    

This event began 04/12/2021 and repeats every week on Monday for 4 occurrences


A 3-player game of Robinson Crusoe from Portal Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: John David Thacker
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
 
Learn to play the first scenario (Castaways) in Robinson Crusoe, the brutally difficult cooperative survival game.
https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/id2039525/2qs6x4
Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island is a game created by Ignacy Trzewiczek, the author of Stronghold. This time Trzewiczek takes the players to a deserted island, where they'll play the parts of shipwreck survivors confronted by an extraordinary adventure. They'll be faced with the challenges of building a shelter, finding food, fighting wild beasts, and protecting themselves from weather changes. Building walls around their homes, animal domestication, constructing weapons and tools from what they find and much more awaits them on the island. The players decide in which direction the game will unfold and – after several in-game weeks of hard work – how their settlement will look. Will they manage to discover the secret of the island in the meantime? Will they find a pirate treasure, or an abandoned village? Will they discover an underground city or a cursed temple at the bottom of a volcano? Answers to these questions lie in hundreds of event cards and hundreds of object and structure cards that can be used during the game...
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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  • JhonnaNiver
  • ShelliSmash

    

2-4 Player Game of The Coldest Night from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
The Coldest Night is a cooperative strategy card game where players feed fuel into a fire to keep it lit. Each card brings a certain amount of heat to the fire, and also requires the fire to be above a certain heat to burn it. With the fire constantly dying out, players must work together against the encroaching cold to sequence their cards so everything in the deck can be burned.
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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  • Redbeard

    

4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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3-6 Player Game of Scape Goat from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
You’re part of an internationally renowned group of billy goat criminal masterminds, and you’ve just pulled off your greatest caper yet. Stealing the coveted golden hoof right out of the most secure bank vault in Barn City. Someone’s got to take the fall for it, just make sure it’s not you. In Scape Goat, everyone at the table is trying to pin a crime on the same player, all while that player has no idea they’re taking the fall. The twist? That player could be anyone! Trade cards, make deductions, and figure out if you’re the scapegoat before the cops come after you!
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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1 user has RSVPed, including

  • Redbeard

    

4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
To join this event, please RSVP for your chance to win a copy of the game, and then join my Discord server: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
Details to join the game will be posted there.
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  • Lockesteady

    

4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Tony Lawhorne
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
 
To begin, log onto Discord at https://discord.com/channels/736242095614066759/736242095614066762 (CplHorne's Server). Once there, we will share the table location  on Tabletopia.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
We will be using Discord for communication: link to be added before event
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
We will be using Discord for communication: link to be added before event
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4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Karen Daniel
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game!
Tabletopia Game Link: https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/xixstar/a9ceiz
We will communicate via Discord on Tabletopia's server in the Learn & Play Room #2 (if it's open) -- look for username xixstar. 
Discord link: https://discord.gg/4PsHHKm
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Tony Lawhorne
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
 
To begin, log onto Discord at https://discord.com/channels/736242095614066759/736242095614066762 (CplHorne's Server). Once there, we will share the table location  on Tabletopia.
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4 player game of Nations: The Dice Game from Stronghold Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway.
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
From the humble beginnings of civilization through the historical ages of progress, mankind has lived, fought and built together in nations. Great nations protect and provide for their own, while fighting and competing against both other nations and nature itself. Nations must provide food as the population increases, build a productive economy, and amaze the world with their great achievements to build up their heritage as the greatest nations in the history of mankind!
Nations: The Dice Game is a game for 1-4 players that takes 10-15 minutes per player and shares many concepts with the civilization-building game Nations while still offering its own challenges. The game is played over four ages (four rounds). During each round, players take turns until all have passed. The available actions are:
Buy a tile Build a wonder Reroll some or all your dice Buildings and military provide dice. Colonies and wonders provide resources and victory points. Advisors provide rerolls. New tiles provide benefits immediately, so you can roll new dice at once.
At the end of each round, War and Famine drawn at the start of the round is checked for each player, giving you victory points if you match or beat the values. Books are accumulated and scored. Player order is checked, with high military strength going first in the next round. At the end of the game, whoever has the most victory points wins.
You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed: https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/
Tabletop Simulator server:  EN JD Nations:  The Dice Game . Password:  Tesla
Discord will be used for the audio. The Discord invite will be posted the day of the event as invites are only valid for 24 hours.
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4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Jameson Johnson
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game!
Links for meet and game room will be provided here before the session.
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game from Genius Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald/Gamemaster: Jameson Johnson.
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome 
Cytosis: A Cell Biology Game, is a worker placement game that takes place inside a human cell!

Players take turns placing workers on available organelles within a human cell in order to collect resources (such as Carbohydrates or ATP!) or take actions (such as purchasing Cell Component cards or translating mRNA into Proteins!).
Players use their resources to build Enzymes, Hormones, and Hormone Receptors and also to help detoxify the cell - all of which score health points. The player with the most health points at the end of the game wins! 
I will teach the game, but if you want to review a how to play video ahead of time, you can find it at: https://www.geniusgames.org/products/cytosis-a-cell-biology-game
The game can be found on Tabletopia at the following:
https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/xixstar/x971gp

In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
To join this event, please RSVP for your chance to win a copy of the game, and then join my Discord server: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
Details to join the game will be posted there.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Jameson Johnson
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Karen Daniel
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game!
Tabletopia Game Link: https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/xixstar/d2f41s 
We will communicate via Discord on Tabletopia's server in the Learn & Play Room #2 (if it's open) -- look for username xixstar. 
Discord link: https://discord.gg/4PsHHKm
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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2-4 Player Game of The Coldest Night from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
The Coldest Night is a cooperative strategy card game where players feed fuel into a fire to keep it lit. Each card brings a certain amount of heat to the fire, and also requires the fire to be above a certain heat to burn it. With the fire constantly dying out, players must work together against the encroaching cold to sequence their cards so everything in the deck can be burned.
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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3-6 Player Game of Scape Goat from Indie Boards & Cards, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek
Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. 
You’re part of an internationally renowned group of billy goat criminal masterminds, and you’ve just pulled off your greatest caper yet. Stealing the coveted golden hoof right out of the most secure bank vault in Barn City. Someone’s got to take the fall for it, just make sure it’s not you. In Scape Goat, everyone at the table is trying to pin a crime on the same player, all while that player has no idea they’re taking the fall. The twist? That player could be anyone! Trade cards, make deductions, and figure out if you’re the scapegoat before the cops come after you!
Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia link: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Chad Rathsack
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Jameson Johnson
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Chad Rathsack
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
We will be using Discord for communication: link to be added before event
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2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia.  Envoy Herald: GM Oscar González.
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/295948/aqualin
Each turn in Aqualin, the active player selects one of six stones and places it on an empty field. One player is trying to make groups of the same color, while the other is forming groups of identical sea creatures, with players having the ability to move a stone before placing a new one to form new swarms. The larger the group, the more points it's worth, and whoever scores the most points wins!
We can communicate through a discord channel with this link https://discord.gg/3NvYjenMJ4
 
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required.
If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
 
Even when it is a 2 player game, once I teach it we can roll around playing with each other if you please, so, more than 2 can RSVP
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4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Tony Lawhorne
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
 
To begin, log onto Discord at https://discord.com/channels/736242095614066759/736242095614066762 (CplHorne's Server). Once there, we will share the table location  on Tabletopia.
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  • Jacob Bredthauer

    

4-player game of Monster Expedition from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Chad Rathsack
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
As the newest members of the Royal Monstrological Society, players embark on an expedition to hunt for legendary monsters, which have been spotted in the cloudlands, in the deep sea, and in the haunted forest. With ideal dice combinations, players can improve their camps, catch new monsters, and use the abilities of previously captured monsters.
At the start of Monster Expedition, which is set in the same world as 2019's Carnival of Monsters, players each receive a set of three supply camps, and a wilderness display is formed from ten cards. Create a draw pile based on the number of players, then place this deck in the center of play, along with the game board and dice.
On your turn, you choose one of your three camps, then goes monster hunting, with your camp level determining which dice are available. At the start of the hunt, you roll all the dice, and after each roll, you set aside all dice of a chosen value that you haven't yet set aside. If you can't set any dice aside, the throw counts as a miss and you lose the best dice you laid out previously.
When you stop, use the set-aside dice to capture monsters from the wilderness and improve your supply camps, possibly calling on abilities from monsters already in your collection. When the draw pile is exhausted, complete the round so that all players have had the same number of turns, then tally the points to see who took the biggest haul.
This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from April 12th through April 25th will WIN a physical copy of the game. Full details can be found here:
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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4-player game of Whistle Mountain from Bezier Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: Karen Daniel
Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome
Use your airships to gather resources, dock at stations, activate machines and prepare the scaffolding within the growing contraption working to utilize the wealth of the mountain. But watch out as the snow melts and water rises that your workers building the scaffolding and machines don't fall into the whirlpool! Each player's company power and upgrades purchased throughout the game will make your strategy unique every game!
Tabletopia Game Link: to be added
We will communicate via Discord on Tabletopia's server in the Learn & Play Room #2 (if it's open) -- look for username xixstar. 
Discord link: https://discord.gg/4PsHHKm
In order to join, you will need to be logged into a free Tabletopia account. Prior knowledge of Tabletopia is not required. If you would like a brief look at some helpful hints with Tabletopia, here is a YouTube Playlist to get you started.
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