Its the 100 year anniversary of the “War To End All Wars” and we are giving you the chance to try all the gaming products from Warlord Games. All game systems from Hail Caesar to Beyond the Gates of Antares, to include Project Z, Konflikt ’47, Test of Honour, and Terminator Genisys. We supply the terrain and miniatures, all you have to bring is your desire to play games!! Weekend attendees get a private tour of the 45th Infantry Museum! We will have two tournaments for all experienced players, one for Bolt Action and one for Beyond the Gates of Antares. You will need to supply an army for the tournament. Registration information and tournament details can be found on our webpage.
Who’s excited for a three-day weekend? That means more gaming opportunities. On a serious note though, please don’t forget to remember those who gave all. It is Memorial Day after all.
5 p.m. Friday, May 26 – 11 p.m. Sunday, May 28
Reed Conference Center, 5800 Will Rogers Rd.,Oklahoma City
If you’ve ever been curious about war games, this is your chance to come out and try everything Warlord has to offer with terrain and miniatures at your disposal. There will also be tournaments and painting contests for the pros and all attendees get a private tour of the 45th Infantry Museum. Learn more.
The Oklahoma Tabletop Gaming club invites you to our monthly event at Western Hills Church.
Every month is different! For example, April of 2017 featured an Asian inspired theme for our food and featured games, as well as a Sushi Go! Tournament. We also will be hosting a 100 point X-Wing tournament at 5:00 PM, with a suggested entry fee of $5. We will, as always, have open board gaming as well throughout the event.
Our featured games will include: Tokaido, Lanterns, Samurai, Hanabi, and Deception and Murder in Hong Kong. The Sushi Go! tournament will have a suggested entry fee of $3 and include a prize for first place. More details on this tournament in the coming weeks. The X-Wing tournament will also have prize support.
Shiloh Delinger will be presenting a miniatures painting demo for those interested in how to turn a drab piece of plastic into a work of art!
As always, there is no entry fee and all are welcome to bring snacks and drinks to go along with the provided food. We hope to see you all there!
What’s this month’s topic and games? Check out our group for more details:
The Oklahoma Tabletop Gaming Club meets every Tuesday night at Game HQ , located at SW 89th and Western, at 6:30 PM to play board games of all types as well as X-Wing and other tabletop miniature games. We are usually located at towards the back of the gaming room or on the sides with the tabletops.
Anyone is welcome to join us as we welcome all levels of gamers. You are also welcome to bring your own games or play the ones we bring instead.