Tabletop Gaming Plays At First Meeting

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Tabletop Gaming Plays At First Meeting

The Tabletop Gaming Club held its first meeting Aug. 20.

The Tabletop Gaming Club held its first meeting Aug. 20.

Andy Bryant

The Tabletop Gaming Club held its first meeting Aug. 20.

Andy Bryant

Andy Bryant

The Tabletop Gaming Club held its first meeting Aug. 20.

Andy Bryant, Sting Reporter

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The Chester High School Tabletop Gaming Club conducted its first meeting of the school year on Tuesday, Aug. 20.
Tabletop Gaming is in its second year as an official club at Chester High School. There are several students enrolled in this club. Tabletop Gaming is unique in a few ways. The first of which is that they don’t fundraise for their items. All students will bring in any games they want to play. The second way Tabletop Gaming is unique is that they don’t require a certain amount of attendance like other clubs. The third way Tabletop Gaming is unique is that, because of the no required attendance, Tabletop Gaming is willing to work with any sort of schedule and students will come when they have the time.

Andy Bryant
Nate Rains and Karl Mattingly roll dice during a game of Dungeons and Dragons.