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  1. David Hu

    Cooper island

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    4-player game of Cooper island from Capstone Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. GM: David Hu Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In the age of exploration the players arrive at a new home far away from their homeland. They try to settle the big island and each player tries to explore one part of it by placing landscape tiles. Landscape tiles grant resources and those are used to erect buildings with special abilities. Barriers on the island have to be removed in order to explore the island even further. Players build valuable statues and supply ships get them the supplies from the old world they need to be a successful settler on Cooper Island. The special thing about Cooper Island is the way the players mark their victory points. They sail with ships around the island to show their progress. On their way around the island they find smaller islands inshore that grant valuable benefits. After five rounds, a game of Cooper Island ends and the player who developed the best and went on furthest with their ships will win. 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 and the password is Envoy. Please sign up at least 12 hrs. before event starts. We will use voice communication within Tabletop Simulator.
  2. Devin Bruno

    Now or Never

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    4-player game of Now or Never from Red Raven Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald/Gamemaster: Devin. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Now or Never, you and up to three friends compete to best rebuild your ancestral village and guide the rest of the villagers on their journey home. Although the creatures of the meteorite have lost much of their strength, many of them remain, and you must fight them off to protect traveling villagers. Now or Never is the third game in the Arzium storybook series that includes Above and Below and Near and Far. I will be using discord for communication. It will be played on tabletop simulator. I will let you know the sever name and password in the server. Discord invite link: https://discord.gg/k4hsCS8
  3. Markos

    Now or Never

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    4-player game of Now or Never from Red Raven Games, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald/Gamemaster: Markos. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Now or Never, you and up to three friends compete to best rebuild your ancestral village and guide the rest of the villagers on their journey home. Although the creatures of the meteorite have lost much of their strength, many of them remain, and you must fight them off to protect traveling villagers. Now or Never is the third game in the Arzium storybook series that includes Above and Below and Near and Far. Join the game by clicking the link: https://tabletopia.com/players/mark-daniels/4t2y1m It is super helpful to play this game on Tabletopia with a mouse, and not a trackpad or tablet. We will be using Discord to talk with one another. ********************* 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.
  4. Devin Bruno

    Orleans

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    2-4 player game of Orleans by TMG, played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Devin Bruno. Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Played on tabletopia and using my discord for communication. https://discord.gg/k4hsCS8 During the medieval goings-on around Orléans, you must assemble a following of farmers, merchants, knights, monks, etc. to gain supremacy through trade, construction and science in medieval France. In the city of Orléans and the area of the Loire, you can take trade trips to other cities to acquire coveted goods and build trading posts. You need followers and their abilities to expand your dominance by putting them to work as traders, builders, and scientists. Knights expand your scope of action and secure your mercantile expeditions. Craftsmen build trading stations and tools to facilitate work. Scholars make progress in science, and last but not least it cannot hurt to get active in monasteries since with monks on your side you are much less likely to fall prey to fate. In Orléans, you will always want to take more actions than possible, and there are many paths to victory. The challenge is to combine all elements as best as possible with regard to your strategy.
  5. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  6. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  7. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  8. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  9. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  10. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  11. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  12. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  13. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  14. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  15. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  16. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  17. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  18. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  19. Jameson Johnson

    Whistle Mountain

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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.
  20. Jameson Johnson

    Aqualin

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    2-player game of Aqualin from Thames & Kosmos played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: GM Jameson Johnson. 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! I will provide a link to the Discord channel and the Tabletopia code before the start 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. 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
  21. Redbeard

    Neuroshima Hex! 3.0

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    2-4 Player Game of Neuroshima Hex! 3.0 from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Neuroshima Hex! is a strategy game set in the post-apocalyptic world of Neuroshima. Each player leads one of four armies: Borgo, Hegemony, Moloch, and Outpost. Each army deck consists of 34 tiles: soldiers, support tiles, and special actions. You win when all enemy headquarters are destroyed or if your HQ has the least damaged at the end of the game. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  22. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  23. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  24. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

    until
    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
  25. Redbeard

    Monolith Arena

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    2-4 Player Game of Monolith Arena from Portal Games played on Tabletopia. Envoy Herald: Pat Rurek Level of players expected: Beginners Welcome. Wage war against opponents on a hexagonal board. Prepare your armies to face off on the battlefield and surprise your enemy with your choice of special abilities! Monolith Arena is a fantasy battleground board game built around the base engine of Neuroshima Hex, which is also from designer Michał Oracz. The game includes four factions, with unique abilities and units. Players take turns placing tiles on the hexagonal play field, building offensive and defensive advantages, all of which are activated when the field is filled or when a player uses a "battle" order. Join my Discord for voice communications and Tabletopia info: https://discord.gg/6X3fSWP
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