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Posted by Table Titans on August 11, 2014

We are GenCon bound!

This weekend, if you're going to be at GenCon, please come by the Table Titans booth 2435. I'll be there along with Steve and Cory and even Brian will be there one day. We want to see you so please come find us. Last year I attended GenCon as a special guest of WoTC and many of you asked where my booth was. Well we didn't have a booth last year, but this year we do and we're bringing a lot of stuff for you to pick up. 

First there's a wide assortment of our tees from Welovefine. Including these new designs we made specially to have at GenCon, but if you can't make the show you can get the new shirts online…

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Harvey Awards

Posted by Table Titans on August 06, 2014

I was honored to learn that our sister comic strip, Table Titans was nominated for a prestigious Harvey Award for the category of Best Online Comics Work. Congrats to everyone who's been nomniated. What amazing company to be included in.

The Harvey Awards are nominated and selected by comic book professionals, so being nominated feels like a hearty "well done' slap on the back from the very pros we grew up respecting and emulating.

Since Table Titans is a group project, I wanted to take a moment to ask you to please consider voting for us when you turn in your Harvey Ballot this year. I'm not the only person who works on the…

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HTales from the Table


The Easy Way

Posted by Wally Backer on July 22, 2014
Expect the unexpected

As a Dungeon Master I've found it's best just to relax when things go wrong, because nine times out of ten the unexpected is far better than what you have planned. I was running a game for a bunch of guys at my office. We met up every Wednesday night in one of the conference rooms to punch monsters and crack jokes, a welcome change from the stress of the rest of our workday.

One particular evening I was gearing up for a chapter climax. The party had been investigating this army of demihumans for weeks, trying to figure out who was organizing them and why. They followed lead after lead, clawing their way toward the top of the…

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