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Dale Quimpo
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Need to get a new table for this, what size tables are you guys using?

It will probably also double for 6 player TI3 games, and big Descent maps.
 
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Michael Wheal
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Full size table tennis table Folds up and rolls out of the way too.
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Dale Quimpo
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Awesome idea! Thanks dude. What do you mean it rolls up? Aren't those made of wood?
 
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Michael Wheal
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looks a little like these

http://www.sportcraft.com/index.php/products/sc_table-tennis...

folds up in the middle for movement.
 
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I've played the CE on our 3' by 5' dining table. It's tight, but doable.
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Sphere wrote:
I've played the CE on our 3' by 5' dining table. It's tight, but doable.


Same here, just don't allow drinks on the table, should be fine
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Adam Ruzzo
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We recently got a 3.5 x 6 table (with a leaf in the middle that can be removed to make it 3.5 x 5 for the smaller games we play ).

Previously we had to use our old 3 x 4 table and 3 tray tables off to the side to hold all the minis and cards!
 
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Matthew Emch
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Full size dining room table with leaf! The only way to play!
 
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Dick Leban
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We use a 54" square table for everything but the figure trays (we keep the reinforcements and dead piles in the trays). Very playable but not as comfortable as it could be.
 
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Richard Shipley
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I bought this table for WotR CE. It's big enough to hold the game with room to spare for accessories. It can be configured in four sizes by adding or removing inserts. It's made of solid wood, so it's nice looking too.

http://www.stacksandstacks.com/folding-dining-table-3-uses
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Henry Coleman
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I use two tables. One long and thin the other square. I push them together so that it creates a T junction shape. The board then just fits across with each player having the ends of the top of hte T for card etc.
 
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We have a normal size dining table for most games, but for tabletop miniatures games and big games like this and Arkham Horror, I put two 4x3' pieces of heavy chipboard on top of it and cover with a black cloth. Voila, 4x6' table space.
 
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