Hand-crafted tables of fine wood – for gaming. Our gaming, not billiards and poker and bridge.
A dropped play surface lets you just cover up a game in progress, and pick up play without a hitch after that bothersome dinner party ends. Individual player stations feature flip-down desk surfaces, storage drawers, and trays for counters or pencils. You get “dice towers” for rolls, transparent map covers and grids, and an extra-sized GM station with built-in screen and rulebook trays.
Will it cost you? Oh yes, it will – over $8000 for the highest-end models. Why, that’s probably almost as much as I spent on all those GURPS books over the years! : /
Do I want one? No – because there are no cup holders! Who would build a gamer table without cup holders? I can’t believ–
Oh. It does have cup holders. At all player stations. Sigh. Where do I sign?
Go drool on the furniture over at Geek Chic.