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POLL: What is Allowed on Your Tabletop?


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Thomas O writes:

Since I use the dining room table there is not much room for other things besides the actual game. I set up a card table to the side and all charts/tables, rule books and drinks go there. I really like to keep things off the gaming area that would not be there if it were real life.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Just what would be there were it real
18
4%
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Just what would be there were it real and dice
51
12%
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Just what would be there were it real except dice and reference sheets
163
38%
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Ack, whatever, it is just a game
175
41%
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other (explain)
19
4%
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POLL DESCRIPTION

Angel Barracks muses...

Clearly the normal things, figures, terrain and so on.

I do not have plates, foods, rulebooks and so on on my tabletop.

I only want things that look right, a 200` tall giant coffee mug was not at the Battle of Marengo and it shall not be on my table, either.

I roll dice on the tabletop, but then remove them once done.

I like my set-up to look as much like a model/diorama as possible.

What do you allow on your tabletop?