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Warhammer, Doctor Who and Lord of the Rings RPG studio joins growing Tabletop Gaming Live 2018 line-up

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The line-up for this year’s Tabletop Gaming Live convention, set to take place September 29th and 30th 2018 in London’s Alexandra Palace, continues to swell with the addition of major roleplaying, miniatures and board game studios.

Among the latest publishers to jump on board is Cubicle 7, the British roleplaying firm behind Tolkien titles The One Ring RPG and Adventures in Middle-earth, as well as the Doctor Who RPG – not to mention its upcoming new edition of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay and the Age of Sigmar Roleplaying Game, both based on Games Workshop’s miniatures universe.

Also part of the pack is Osprey, the wargaming and board game outlet responsible for putting out miniatures games such as Frostgrave, plus board and card games from The Lost Expedition, Escape from Colditz and Escape from the Aliens in Outer Space to Reiner Knizia’s Sakura and the new edition of Martin Wallace’s London.

Further bolstering the miniatures showing on the show floor is GCT Studios, the studio behind samurai skirmish title Bushido. It joins fellow miniatures makers Mantic, Warcradle, Warbanner, Anvil Industry, Rubicon Models and more, bringing games including The Walking Dead: All Out War, Kings of War, Wild West Exodus and Dystopian Wars to the show.

Meanwhile, the offering of board and card games to see and play continues to grow, as Superhot Card Game, InBetween and Pocket Mars outlet Board & Dice and family-friendly publisher Tactic Games add to a list including Fantasy Flight, Asmodee, Z-Man Games, Days of Wonder, Catan Studio, Thames & Kosmos – between them showing off the latest in series such as Pandemic, Ticket to Ride, X-Wing, Catan, Small World, Five Tribes, Carcassonne, Terra Mystica, Android: Netrunner, Arkham Horror and Legend of the Five Rings, to name but a few.

Countless other publishers, designers and traders will be demonstrating their latest games and releases at Tabletop Gaming Live, with Wayland Games, Zatu Games, GamesQuest, Battle Foam, Firestorm Cards, Leisure Games and more offering up a diverse selection of retailers to visit.

They’re joined by artists and creators such as Ralph Horsley, the veteran Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone and Warhammer illustrator who will be meeting fans throughout the weekend.

Tabletop Gaming Live takes place on Saturday, September 29th and Sunday, September 30th 2018 at Alexandra Palace in London. Tickets are on sale now and start from as little as £10, with discounts available for family bundles and weekend passes. (Kids 10 and under get in free.)

Click here or visit The Ticket Factory and search for “Tabletop Gaming Live” to get your ticket today!

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