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  1. Edward Kabara

    Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy

    2 to 6-player game of Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald (GM): Kevin Greaves Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Truck Off is a lightweight food truck card game that packs some serious bite! In Truck Off, you send your food truck team hoping to score a sweet parking spot at a lucrative venue. Your timing and game plan will be critical to your success while your opponents will look for the perfect opportunity to get you to, ahem, truck off! Truck Off game-play mechanically captures the ups and downs of food truck owner by rewarding both long-term planning and short-term tactics as well as throwing many curve-balls such as low venue attendance, competition, and crazy weather. A link to my discord sever for voice https://discord.gg/f6FMEWX * You must already have the free Sovranti app downloaded on your computer or phone, and at least a free Silver account: https://www.sovranti.com/install
  2. David Hu

    Nations: The Dice Game

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    4 player game of Nations: The Dice Game from Stronghold Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: David Hu. 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. In order to join you will need to be logged into a free yucata account. Please sign up at least 12 hrs. before event starts. We will use voice communication within Discord https://discord.gg/5p3MRn3
  3. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Nations: The Dice Game

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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 text channel: https://discord.gg/DvUwZypW Discord voice channel: https://discord.gg/2yQcbUMC
  4. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Nations: The Dice Game

    until
    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.
  5. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    King of the Dice

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    5 player game of King of the Dice from Haba, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome You're finally a king! All your dreams have been fulfilled. You sit content in your castle and look out over your wonderful kingdom. Green meadows, rolling fields, high mountains and clear rivers stretch as far as your eyes can see... but one thing is missing from your kingdom: citizens! So you announce the merits of the kingdom all over the country – in the rich cities, to the crazy gnomes in their workshops, to the dwarves in their deep mines, and also to the orcs, fairies and the sorcerer's apprentices. But they aren't easily convinced; after all there are also other kings trying to win them over. That's why you need skill and luck with the dice to entice the best citizens to your kingdom. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Otherwise your thriving kingdom will soon be a wretched wasteland, and you'll have to watch as someone else is crowned King of the Dice. Make your kingdom thrive! Step 1: Gain new citizens for your kingdom by fulfilling the various requirements on the cards with three rolls of the dice. Step 2: Special cards provide you with benefits. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Step 3: The player with the best citizens at the end wins the game! 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 King of the Dice Password: Your Majesty Discord will be used for the audio. The The Discord invite will be posted the day of the event as invites are only valid for 24 hours.
  6. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    King of the Dice

    until
    5 player game of King of the Dice from Haba, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome You're finally a king! All your dreams have been fulfilled. You sit content in your castle and look out over your wonderful kingdom. Green meadows, rolling fields, high mountains and clear rivers stretch as far as your eyes can see... but one thing is missing from your kingdom: citizens! So you announce the merits of the kingdom all over the country – in the rich cities, to the crazy gnomes in their workshops, to the dwarves in their deep mines, and also to the orcs, fairies and the sorcerer's apprentices. But they aren't easily convinced; after all there are also other kings trying to win them over. That's why you need skill and luck with the dice to entice the best citizens to your kingdom. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Otherwise your thriving kingdom will soon be a wretched wasteland, and you'll have to watch as someone else is crowned King of the Dice. Make your kingdom thrive! Step 1: Gain new citizens for your kingdom by fulfilling the various requirements on the cards with three rolls of the dice. Step 2: Special cards provide you with benefits. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Step 3: The player with the best citizens at the end wins the game! 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 King of the Dice Password: Your Majesty Discord will be used for the audio. The The Discord audio link is https://discord.gg/WEzecXpF.
  7. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Nations: The Dice Game

    until
    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
  8. Brandon Welch

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Brandon Welch 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. If needed, please create a free Discord account and download the app. Table information will be provided in my Discord chat before the event starts: https://discord.gg/aSHU3rHZtm ----------------------------------------------------------------- There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  9. Kevin Greaves

    Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy

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    2 to 6-player game of Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald (GM): Kevin Greaves Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Truck Off is a lightweight food truck card game that packs some serious bite! In Truck Off, you send your food truck team hoping to score a sweet parking spot at a lucrative venue. Your timing and game plan will be critical to your success while your opponents will look for the perfect opportunity to get you to, ahem, truck off! Truck Off game-play mechanically captures the ups and downs of food truck owner by rewarding both long-term planning and short-term tactics as well as throwing many curve-balls such as low venue attendance, competition, and crazy weather. A link to my discord sever for voice https://discord.gg/7jTtzxqc * You must already have the free Sovranti app downloaded on your computer or phone, and at least a free Silver account: https://www.sovranti.com/install
  10. Shayla Rucker (732)

    Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy

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    2 to 6-player game of Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald (GM): Shayla Rucker. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Truck Off is a lightweight food truck card game that packs some serious bite! In Truck Off, you send your food truck team hoping to score a sweet parking spot at a lucrative venue. Your timing and game plan will be critical to your success while your opponents will look for the perfect opportunity to get you to, ahem, truck off! Truck Off game-play mechanically captures the ups and downs of food truck owner by rewarding both long-term planning and short-term tactics as well as throwing many curve-balls such as low venue attendance, competition, and crazy weather. A link to my discord sever for voice will be provided shortly before the event start time. * You must already have the free Sovranti app downloaded on your computer or phone, and at least a free Silver account: https://www.sovranti.com/install
  11. Brandon Welch

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Brandon Welch 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. If needed, please create a free Discord account and download the app. Table information will be provided in my Discord chat before the event starts: https://discord.gg/aSHU3rHZtm ----------------------------------------------------------------- There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  12. Kevin Hoover

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 -player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. Server information and details for joining the game will be posted here the morning of the event. ------------------------------------------------------ There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  13. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Nations: The Dice Game

    until
    2-4 player game of Nations: The Dice Game from Stronghold Games, played on Tabletopia. GM: 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. Tabletopia room: https://tabletopia.com/playground/players/id1814372/j1acin. Discord will be used for the audio. The link will be posted the day of the event as they are only valid for 24 hours.
  14. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Cindr

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    2-5 player game of Cindr from Smirk and Laughter Games, played on TTS. GM: Jim Dunaway Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Date Dragons, Without Getting Burned! Are you a dragon looking for companionship? Or just the adventurous type, looking to join the exciting dragon dating scene? Cindr is a ‘push your luck’ dice and card game that allows players to set up a dating profile and then thumb through potential matches, seeing if a given dragon sounds compatible. If so, Meet Up and say hello – and if that goes well, push your luck, and take the Next Step. You never know, before the date is over you may just take things to the Next Level! The better the dates go, the more Love points you earn – but watch out, just 3 Flames will leave you burned, scoreless and searching for love all over again. Will you be the first of your friends to find love and fulfillment? A 30-minute, push your luck dice game for 1-5 players, where the more compatible you are, the better the odds get of not getting burned. A fun, light-hearted send-up of dating apps like Tinder, with tarot-sized cards as the app deck and date locations with special bonuses provided by the “Whelp” app deck. Tabletop Simulator server: EN JD Cindr Password: Dragon Discord will be used for the audio. The link will be posted the day of the event as they are only good for 24 hours.
  15. Kevin Hoover

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 -player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. Server information and details for joining the game will be posted here the morning of the event. ------------------------------------------------------ There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  16. Brandon Welch

    Deadwood 1876

    until
    2-9 player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Brandon Welch 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. If needed, please create a Discord account and download the app. Table information will be provided in the Discord chat before the event starts: https://discord.gg/aSHU3rHZtm ----------------------------------------------------------------- There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  17. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    King of the Dice

    until
    5 player game of King of the Dice from Haba, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome You're finally a king! All your dreams have been fulfilled. You sit content in your castle and look out over your wonderful kingdom. Green meadows, rolling fields, high mountains and clear rivers stretch as far as your eyes can see... but one thing is missing from your kingdom: citizens! So you announce the merits of the kingdom all over the country – in the rich cities, to the crazy gnomes in their workshops, to the dwarves in their deep mines, and also to the orcs, fairies and the sorcerer's apprentices. But they aren't easily convinced; after all there are also other kings trying to win them over. That's why you need skill and luck with the dice to entice the best citizens to your kingdom. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Otherwise your thriving kingdom will soon be a wretched wasteland, and you'll have to watch as someone else is crowned King of the Dice. Make your kingdom thrive! Step 1: Gain new citizens for your kingdom by fulfilling the various requirements on the cards with three rolls of the dice. Step 2: Special cards provide you with benefits. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Step 3: The player with the best citizens at the end wins the game! 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 King of the Dice Password: Your Majesty Discord will be used for the audio. The Discord link is https://discord.gg/N3AUxWET.
  18. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    King of the Dice

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    5-player game of King of the Dice from Haba Games, played on TTS. Envoy Herald/Gamemaster: Jim Dunaway. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome King of the Dice You're finally a king! All your dreams have been fulfilled. You sit content in your castle and look out over your wonderful kingdom. Green meadows, rolling fields, high mountains and clear rivers stretch as far as your eyes can see... but one thing is missing from your kingdom: citizens! So you announce the merits of the kingdom all over the country – in the rich cities, to the crazy gnomes in their workshops, to the dwarves in their deep mines, and also to the orcs, fairies and the sorcerer's apprentices. But they aren't easily convinced; after all there are also other kings trying to win them over. That's why you need skill and luck with the dice to entice the best citizens to your kingdom. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Otherwise your thriving kingdom will soon be a wretched wasteland, and you'll have to watch as someone else is crowned King of the Dice. Make your kingdom thrive! Step 1: Gain new citizens for your kingdom by fulfilling the various requirements on the cards with three rolls of the dice. Step 2: Special cards provide you with benefits. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Step 3: The player with the best citizens at the end wins the game! 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 King of the Dice Password: Your Majesty Discord will be used for the audio. The Discord channel invitation will be posted the day of the event as the invitations are only valid for 24 hours.
  19. Kevin Hoover

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 -player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. Server information and details for joining the game will be posted here the morning of the event. ------------------------------------------------------ There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  20. Shayla Rucker (732)

    Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy

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    2 to 6-player game of Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald (GM): Shayla Rucker. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Truck Off is a lightweight food truck card game that packs some serious bite! In Truck Off, you send your food truck team hoping to score a sweet parking spot at a lucrative venue. Your timing and game plan will be critical to your success while your opponents will look for the perfect opportunity to get you to, ahem, truck off! Truck Off game-play mechanically captures the ups and downs of food truck owner by rewarding both long-term planning and short-term tactics as well as throwing many curve-balls such as low venue attendance, competition, and crazy weather. A link to my discord sever for voice will be provided shortly before the event start time. * You must already have the free Sovranti app downloaded on your computer or phone, and at least a free Silver account: https://www.sovranti.com/install
  21. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy

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    2 to 6-player game of Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/217020/truck-food-truck-frenzy Truck Off is a lightweight food truck card game that packs some serious bite! In Truck Off, you send your food truck team hoping to score a sweet parking spot at a lucrative venue. Your timing and game plan will be critical to your success while your opponents will look for the perfect opportunity to get you to, ahem, truck off! Truck Off game-play mechanically captures the ups and downs of food truck owner by rewarding both long-term planning and short-term tactics as well as throwing many curve-balls such as low venue attendance, competition, and crazy weather. GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K The Sovranti app is required to play. A Silver membership is FREE to download to your computer/phone prior to the event from the following link. https://www.sovranti.com/install
  22. Kevin Hoover

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 -player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. Server information and details for joining the game will be posted here the morning of the event. ------------------------------------------------------ There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
  23. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    King of the Dice

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    2-5 player game of King of the Dice from Haba, played on TTS. GM: Jim Dunaway Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome King of the Dice You're finally a king! All your dreams have been fulfilled. You sit content in your castle and look out over your wonderful kingdom. Green meadows, rolling fields, high mountains and clear rivers stretch as far as your eyes can see... but one thing is missing from your kingdom: citizens! So you announce the merits of the kingdom all over the country – in the rich cities, to the crazy gnomes in their workshops, to the dwarves in their deep mines, and also to the orcs, fairies and the sorcerer's apprentices. But they aren't easily convinced; after all there are also other kings trying to win them over. That's why you need skill and luck with the dice to entice the best citizens to your kingdom. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Otherwise your thriving kingdom will soon be a wretched wasteland, and you'll have to watch as someone else is crowned King of the Dice. Make your kingdom thrive! Step 1: Gain new citizens for your kingdom by fulfilling the various requirements on the cards with three rolls of the dice. Step 2: Special cards provide you with benefits. But watch out for scoundrels and dragons. Step 3: The player with the best citizens at the end wins the game! 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 King of the Dice Password: Your Majesty Discord will be used for the audio. The Discord channellink is https://discord.gg/46TnS9wx.
  24. Holly Novicelli (1046)

    Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy

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    2 to 6-player game of Truck Off: The Food Truck Frenzy from Adam's Apple Games, played on Sovranti. Envoy Herald: Holly Novicelli Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/217020/truck-food-truck-frenzy Truck Off is a lightweight food truck card game that packs some serious bite! In Truck Off, you send your food truck team hoping to score a sweet parking spot at a lucrative venue. Your timing and game plan will be critical to your success while your opponents will look for the perfect opportunity to get you to, ahem, truck off! Truck Off game-play mechanically captures the ups and downs of food truck owner by rewarding both long-term planning and short-term tactics as well as throwing many curve-balls such as low venue attendance, competition, and crazy weather. GameGoddess Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VfM9MgD79K The Sovranti app is required to play. A Silver membership is FREE to download to your computer/phone prior to the event from the following link. https://www.sovranti.com/install
  25. Kevin Hoover

    Deadwood 1876

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    2-9 -player game of Deadwood 1876 from Facade Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald: Kevin Hoover 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/ We will use voice communication within Discord. Server information and details for joining the game will be posted here the morning of the event. ------------------------------------------------------ There’s gold in the Black Hills of South Dakota, and you’ve come to find (or steal) your share. You’re staying at one of the three major establishments in Deadwood where you and your associates are working together to steal some of the gold-filled safes floating around town. But you suspect that the “friends” you’re working with are secretly plotting to keep all the gold for themselves. Will you be ready to turn on them before they shoot you in the back? In Deadwood 1876, you use cards from your hand to try to win Safes from other players. Safes contain Badges, Gold, or Showdown Guns. Near the end of the game, players with Badges get extra turns. After the final turn, the team with the most Gold will advance to the Final Showdown. There, teammates will have to fight each other to the death using Showdown Guns. The last person alive is the winner! The game is a balance between teamwork and selfishness. If a player uses all of their best cards to hunt down Gold for their team, they’ll be defenseless to fight against their teammates if they go to the Final Showdown. But if a player only goes after Guns and saves all of their best cards, their team might not have enough Gold to actually reach the Final Showdown. If someone on your team doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, they might be plotting to steal your gold after using you to get to the Finals! There may come a point where you need to gather Showdown Guns instead of Gold, or attack, mislead, frame, abandon, or banish your own teammates. Deadwood 1876, volume 3 in the "Dark Cities" series from Facade Games, can have 2-9 players. Learn in 20 minutes, play in 20-40 minutes.
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