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  1. Ryan B

    Fabled Fruit

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    2 - 5-player game of Fabled Fruit, played on Tabletop Simulator. GM: Ryan B. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Fabled Fruit is a Fable game, a new and unique concept in game experiences, where the gameplay changes over time. The game starts in an initial, simple state, but as you explore deeper into the game system, the mechanisms and gameplay will evolve over time. You play the game many times, and each play changes the game slightly. Unlike in a Legacy game, however, the game is never permanently changed. At any time you may easily restart a Fable game from the beginning, either after you have run through the entire game system, or at any time during the many plays you will get from this game system. This Fable Game will remain just as playable on the 20th play as it was on the first plays of the game. You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed: https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/ Server and password: Fable https://discord.gg/DY9gygHvJ7
  2. Redbeard

    Dinosaur Tea Party

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    3-5 Player Game of Dinosaur Tea Party from Restoration Games played on Board Game Arena. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. It's the most sought-after invitation of the year: Dinoton Abbey for high tea. Now you're all gussied up in your finery and ready for some tea and chit-chat. One problem: You can't remember anyone's name. Who's that, sporting the fancy brooch with her pet chicken? Is that Jeannine? Beatriz? Oh, dear. If you're not careful, you'll commit a faux pas everyone will be gossiping about. Dinosaur Tea Party is a game of pure deduction for 3-5 homo sapiens. Each player takes a card corresponding to one of the dino guests. Players take turns asking each other questions or guessing their dinosaur's name. If someone guesses your name, draw a new card. The first player to guess three names wins. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  3. David Hu

    Paper Tales

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    2-5 player game of Paper Tales from Stronghold Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: David Hu Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed: https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/ The server name is Envoy DH and the password is Envoy. Please sign up at least 12 hrs. before event starts. We will use voice communication within Tabletop Simulator. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Experience two fantastical centuries of expansions and combat in Paper Tales. Remodel your assorted assembly of characters, units, and buildings in each period based on your developments and the age of your heroes. Write a new legend of the rightful ruler who brought unity to the rival kingdoms. In more detail, Paper Tales is a simultaneous drafting card game. Each turn, players draft five units that they then recruit into their kingdom — assuming that they can pay. These choices determine the players ability to shine in battle, generate great income, construct dominant buildings, and earn legend points. There are only four hiring positions available during the four rounds of the play, but your units grow older with each turn until time takes them away. Build a comprehensive strategy and adapt the shape of your realm according to opportunities and restrictions and you will make history!
  4. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Saboteur

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    3-10 Player Game of Saboteur from Amigo played on TTS. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Players take on the role of dwarves. As miners, they are in a mine, hunting for gold. Suddenly, a pick axe swings down and shatters the mine lamp. The saboteur has struck. But which of the players are saboteurs? Will you find the gold, or will the fiendish actions of the saboteurs lead them to it first? After three rounds, the player with the most gold is the winner. With the help of Dwarf Cards, the players are assigned their role: either miner or saboteur. The roles are kept secret- they are only revealed at the end of the round. The Start Card and the three Goal Cards are placed onto the table, each seven cards away from the start and one card between each Goal Card. The Goal Cards are placed face-down. The gold is on one of the Goal Cards, but nobody knows which. Players have cards in hand. On a player's turn, he must do one of three things: place a Path Card into the mine, play an Action Card in front of a player, or pass. The Path Cards form paths leading to the Goal Cards. Path Cards must be played next to a already-played Path Card. All paths on the Path Card must match those on the already-played cards, and Path Cards may not be played sideways. The miners are trying to build an uninterrupted path from the Start Card to a Goal Card, while the saboteurs are trying to prevent this. They shouldn't try and be too obvious about it, however, lest they be immediately discovered. Action Cards can be placed in front of any player, including oneself. Action Cards let the players help or hinder one another, as well as obtain information about the Goal Cards. Once a player places a Path Card that reaches the gold, the round is over. The miners have won and receive cards with gold pieces as their reward. The round is also over if the gold could not be reached. In that case, the saboteurs have won and receive the gold pieces. Once the Gold Cards have been distributed, the next round begins. The game is over at the end of the third round, with the player with the most gold pieces being the winner. * You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed. https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/ * Server name: EN JD Saboteur Password: Miners Discord text channel: https://discord.gg/XWTra8HUSK Discord voice channel: https://discord.gg/xjjtZDj36a
  5. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Saboteur: The Duel

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    2 Player Game of Saboteur: The Duel from Amigo played on TTS. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Saboteur: Duel is a standalone version of the famous card game Saboteur for one and two players. When playing alone, you want to collect as much gold as possible by digging new tunnels in the mine; when playing with an opponent, you'll just want to collect more than that player, but naturally your opponent will try to block your progression by all means. In this card game, you play path or action cards. The path cards form a maze in the direction of the six goal cards, which contain a variable number of gold stones. The action cards are used to hinder your opponent or to help you to repair broken equipment. A greedy troll also lurks in the mine, and you will have to pay him to progress and he doesn't give back any change! * You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed. https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/ * Server name: EN JD Saboteur Password: Miners Discord text channel: https://discord.gg/XWTra8HUSK Discord voice channel: https://discord.gg/xjjtZDj36a
  6. Redbeard

    Dinosaur Tea Party

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    3-5 Player Game of Dinosaur Tea Party from Restoration Games played on Board Game Arena. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. It's the most sought-after invitation of the year: Dinoton Abbey for high tea. Now you're all gussied up in your finery and ready for some tea and chit-chat. One problem: You can't remember anyone's name. Who's that, sporting the fancy brooch with her pet chicken? Is that Jeannine? Beatriz? Oh, dear. If you're not careful, you'll commit a faux pas everyone will be gossiping about. Dinosaur Tea Party is a game of pure deduction for 3-5 homo sapiens. Each player takes a card corresponding to one of the dino guests. Players take turns asking each other questions or guessing their dinosaur's name. If someone guesses your name, draw a new card. The first player to guess three names wins. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  7. Redbeard

    Dinosaur Tea Party

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    3-5 Player Game of Dinosaur Tea Party from Restoration Games played on Board Game Arena. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. It's the most sought-after invitation of the year: Dinoton Abbey for high tea. Now you're all gussied up in your finery and ready for some tea and chit-chat. One problem: You can't remember anyone's name. Who's that, sporting the fancy brooch with her pet chicken? Is that Jeannine? Beatriz? Oh, dear. If you're not careful, you'll commit a faux pas everyone will be gossiping about. Dinosaur Tea Party is a game of pure deduction for 3-5 homo sapiens. Each player takes a card corresponding to one of the dino guests. Players take turns asking each other questions or guessing their dinosaur's name. If someone guesses your name, draw a new card. The first player to guess three names wins. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  8. Redbeard

    Dinosaur Tea Party

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    3-5 Player Game of Dinosaur Tea Party from Restoration Games played on Board Game Arena. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. It's the most sought-after invitation of the year: Dinoton Abbey for high tea. Now you're all gussied up in your finery and ready for some tea and chit-chat. One problem: You can't remember anyone's name. Who's that, sporting the fancy brooch with her pet chicken? Is that Jeannine? Beatriz? Oh, dear. If you're not careful, you'll commit a faux pas everyone will be gossiping about. Dinosaur Tea Party is a game of pure deduction for 3-5 homo sapiens. Each player takes a card corresponding to one of the dino guests. Players take turns asking each other questions or guessing their dinosaur's name. If someone guesses your name, draw a new card. The first player to guess three names wins. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  9. Jameson Johnson

    The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine

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    3-5 player game of The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine on Tabletopia.com with Discord Audio chat. Envoy GM: Jameson Johnson Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome The game is a cooperative trick tacking game (like if Hanabi met Spades, Hearts, Euchre, or Bridge). A computer is preferred, but can be played on combo of cell phone for video/audio and Tablet, SmartTV, or other device with a web browser for gaming. If you have never used Tabletopia.com before it can be explained during the event, but please create an account ahead of time. We will use voice communication within Discord. Server information and details for joining the game will be posted here on the day of the Event. 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.
  10. Carla Kopp (M21-205)

    Wicked & Wise Kickstarter

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    Dragons compete in a variety of ways, but one of their favorite ways is playing by playing trick taking games. In Wicked & Wise, players are either the Dragons that are playing a trick taking game OR they're the Mouse that is allied with a particular Dragon that's helping to manipulate the trick taking game. Over the course of three rounds, each team of Mouse and Dragon fight over tricks, treasures, and coins, to see which team is the winner! The game isn't all about winning tricks, either, it's also about setting goals and utilizing magical treasures. If one can make enough of their goals or sabotage enough of the other team's goals, they'll have the most coins at the end of the game and will be crowned king of the caves! Wicked & Wise is an asymmetric, team versus team card game for 2 - 6 players that runs between 45 and 75 minutes, depending on how many teams are playing.
  11. David Hu

    Viceroy

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    4-player game of Viceroy from Mayday Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: David Hu Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Viceroy is a board game of bidding and resource management set in the fantasy universe of the famous Russian CCG Berserk. As the players struggle for control over the world of Laar, they recruit a variety of allies and enact various laws. These cards allow players to develop their state's military and magical might, increase their authority, and get precious gems they need to continue expanding their nation. As the game progresses, each player builds his own power pyramid using character and law cards. Each card has its own effect that depends on the level of the pyramid where the card is played. These effects may give more resources, more cards, or victory points. The player who has the most power points at the end of the game becomes the ruler of entire Laar and the winner! You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed: https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/ The server name is Envoy DH and the password is Envoy. Please sign up at least 12 hrs. before event starts. We will use voice communication within Tabletop Simulator.
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    Beyond the Rift: A Perdition’s Mouth Card Game is a challenging, cooperative, adventure card game for 1-4 players set in the dark and gritty world of Perdition's Mouth: Abyssal Rift. Beyond the Rift is a standalone game, published by Dragon Dawn Productions. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. Beyond the Rift is scenario driven with each scenario being part of a 3-5 scenario campaign that tells the story of one of the heroes. Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game launches on Kickstarter today! For more info and to back this project, check out the Kickstarter page here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ddpgames/beyond-the-rift-a-perditions-mouth-card-game
  13. Brian Moats (716)

    Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game

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    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Brian Moats Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. We will use Discord audio; please join this server: https://discord.gg/Vnkdgvam The Tabletopia room code: https://tabletopia.com/players/id1843272/d3r4jy 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.
  14. Brian Moats (716)

    Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game

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    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Brian Moats Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. We will use Discord audio; please join this server: https://discord.gg/Vnkdgvam The Tabletopia room code will be provided once people join the voice chat at the time of the 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.
  15. Brian Moats (716)

    Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game

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    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Brian Moats Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. We will use Discord audio; please join this server: https://discord.gg/Vnkdgvam The Tabletopia room code will be provided once people join the voice chat at the time of the 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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    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia Link info: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
  17. until
    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia Link info: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
  18. until
    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia Link info: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
  19. until
    1-4 Player Game of Beyond the Rift: A Perdition's Mouth Card Game from Dragon Dawn Productions, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Play will include instruction about the game. Explore the land of Zanziar through a series of short campaigns consisting of 3-5, 30 min scenarios. Be called upon by an old army friend of Bastian to deal with Orcs harassing a village in the east, Travel into the mountains of the Dwarven Collective to aid or hinder in the exploitation of the mountains riches, Join Niffil as he discovers the true nature of the cult and finally witness the corruption that lays at the heart of the Elven realms. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia Link info: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
  20. Eric Jordan

    Dealt!

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    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Eric Jordan Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to three cards, and these cards must be next to one another in that player's hand. A player can lay down a single card, a pair, a triple, or a run of two or three consecutive cards. Each player in turn must beat the combination, with a pair being beaten by a higher pair or a triple. If you cannot or will not play, you instead pick up one of your reserve cards, placing it where you choose within your hand. If you have no more reserve cards, then you must discard a life token. Once each player has played or passed, whoever played the highest combination wins that round and begins the next round. If a player must discard a life token but has none, this player loses the game and everyone else wins. This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from June 7th through June 20th 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.
  21. Eric Jordan

    Dealt!

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    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Eric Jordan Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to three cards, and these cards must be next to one another in that player's hand. A player can lay down a single card, a pair, a triple, or a run of two or three consecutive cards. Each player in turn must beat the combination, with a pair being beaten by a higher pair or a triple. If you cannot or will not play, you instead pick up one of your reserve cards, placing it where you choose within your hand. If you have no more reserve cards, then you must discard a life token. Once each player has played or passed, whoever played the highest combination wins that round and begins the next round. If a player must discard a life token but has none, this player loses the game and everyone else wins. This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from June 7th through June 20th 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.
  22. Eric Jordan

    Dealt!

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    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Eric Jordan Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to three cards, and these cards must be next to one another in that player's hand. A player can lay down a single card, a pair, a triple, or a run of two or three consecutive cards. Each player in turn must beat the combination, with a pair being beaten by a higher pair or a triple. If you cannot or will not play, you instead pick up one of your reserve cards, placing it where you choose within your hand. If you have no more reserve cards, then you must discard a life token. Once each player has played or passed, whoever played the highest combination wins that round and begins the next round. If a player must discard a life token but has none, this player loses the game and everyone else wins. This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from June 7th through June 20th 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.
  23. Kevin Greaves

    Dealt!

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    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Kevin Greaves Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to three cards, and these cards must be next to one another in that player's hand. A player can lay down a single card, a pair, a triple, or a run of two or three consecutive cards. Each player in turn must beat the combination, with a pair being beaten by a higher pair or a triple. If you cannot or will not play, you instead pick up one of your reserve cards, placing it where you choose within your hand. If you have no more reserve cards, then you must discard a life token. Once each player has played or passed, whoever played the highest combination wins that round and begins the next round. If a player must discard a life token but has none, this player loses the game and everyone else wins. This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from June 7th through June 20th 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 conversation, here is the link to my server Envoy Game: https://discord.gg/Wp2WUEBP
  24. Redbeard

    Dealt!

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    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to three cards, and these cards must be next to one another in that player's hand. A player can lay down a single card, a pair, a triple, or a run of two or three consecutive cards. Each player in turn must beat the combination, with a pair being beaten by a higher pair or a triple. If you cannot or will not play, you instead pick up one of your reserve cards, placing it where you choose within your hand. If you have no more reserve cards, then you must discard a life token. Once each player has played or passed, whoever played the highest combination wins that round and begins the next round. If a player must discard a life token but has none, this player loses the game and everyone else wins. This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from June 7th through June 20th 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. Join my Discord server for Tabletopia details and voice communication: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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    Dealt!

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    5-player game of Dealt! from AMIGO, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Dealt!, first released as Krass Kariert (Checkered Combos), you don't necessarily win by going out first, but at least you don't lose the game. To start, each player receives three life tokens and two reserve cards at random, which they place face up in front of themselves. They then receive a hand of cards, the order of which they cannot change. The start player for a round leads by playing a combination of up to three cards, and these cards must be next to one another in that player's hand. A player can lay down a single card, a pair, a triple, or a run of two or three consecutive cards. Each player in turn must beat the combination, with a pair being beaten by a higher pair or a triple. If you cannot or will not play, you instead pick up one of your reserve cards, placing it where you choose within your hand. If you have no more reserve cards, then you must discard a life token. Once each player has played or passed, whoever played the highest combination wins that round and begins the next round. If a player must discard a life token but has none, this player loses the game and everyone else wins. This is a PLAY-TO-WIN event. Three players who participate in any of the 18 events from June 7th through June 20th 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. Join my Discord server for Tabletopia details and voice communication: https://discord.gg/pRzKjmPaJT
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