The Innkeeper's Table is series of bite-sized episodes intended to bridge the gap between experienced gamers and newcomers to the hobby. We focus on a single topic each episode, for 20 minutes or less, in order to make board games more approachable to new gamers and spark discussions that gamers of all experience levels can join in on.
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The Innkeeper's Table Episodes
Did you enjoy Jenga? Do you want more games where you need to have nimble fingers or need to build structures without knocking them over? Dylan and Bill make suggestions in this episode for games you may want to check out.
The hosts answer a question from one of our listeners. If you're traveling and need to fit a wide variety of games into as small a space as possible, what's the best way to go about it?
As Kickstarter pledges are now being delivered in earnest, Eric Lang's Ankh: Gods of Egypt has been on everyone's minds lately. The third in a trilogy (and the sequel to Dylan's favorite game, Rising Sun) is the focus of our discussion in this episode. (Heads up—this episode is a little bit longer than most!)
The second half of Dylan and Bill's discussion of End of Summer SaltCON 2021 in Layton, Utah.
Dylan and Bill discuss their board gaming experience at End of Summer SaltCON 2021 in Layton, Utah.
What's the difference between a Customizable/Collectible Card Game (CCG) and a Living Card Game (LCG)? Bill and Dylan talk about how they're alike, how they're different, and why different gamers might prefer one over the other.
It's time to talk about Dylan's favorite game! Dylan and Bill discuss the smash hit from Eric Lang, Rising Sun.
The Innkeeper's Table is now a part of The Dice Tower Network! To celebrate, Bill and Dylan discuss some of their favorite content creators when it comes to board-game-related media.
Some games will have you pit your negotiating skills against each other. How do they integrate this into the game, and what are some of the different takes various games have taken on the mechanic?
Bill and Dylan talk about games people who enjoyed 7 Wonders and want more recommendations to try out.