If you've found yourself in that predicament, I'd like to direct you to Carolina Game Tables. They've got the luxury you've been dreaming about, but at a price that won't make you sell off all your quest rewards at once.
|Yeah, I want one, too.|
When your normal friends and family are around, it's just a high-quality, mahogany table. When it's time to play, though, the tabletop comes off, revealing the epic arena below!
Names (And Histories) You Can Trust
Carolina Game Tables is run by Clint Black and Jodi Black, who've been involved in other parts of the tabletop gaming industry for some time. They know the ups and downs, and the pain that comes when you want to have somewhere really nice to indulge in your heroic hobby. Fortunately for all of us, they also had the idea to design high-quality gaming tables, and the business savvy (along with the business contacts) to pull it off.
|If you can make it at Gen Con, you can make it anywhere.|
With four sizes, six fabrics, and four finishes, that's a lot of combinations for your gaming table. While Carolina Game Tables doesn't do custom orders, they are planning on expanding the options they have available based on the interest from their customers. Bypassing gimmicks, it's a company that doesn't cut corners. You're not just buying a gaming table. You're buying a high-quality adventure accessory that can do double duty when Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other gatherings all rear their heads as well.
Seriously, go take a look at Carolina Game Tables. I have to go cajole my wallet out from under the bed.
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