I know there are people who play Weiss Schwarz here, but what about other tabletop games?
Anything from discussion to recommendations can go here, as long as it is related to traditional games like Magic the Gathering or Dungeon's & Dragons. Have an obscure boardgame you want to gush over? This is the place for it! Want to brag about your $300 MtG deck? Go ahead, I'd love to see a cardlist! Any and all traditional game is welcome, from Cards Against Humanity to Shadowrun to Munchkin.
Discussion will include but is absolutley not limited to:
Magic the Gathering, also known as Magic, MtG, and Wallet Killer. Similar to card games like YuGiOh and Pokemon (man I know people who would kill me for comparing these games) Magic has been gaining popularity since it was first published in 1993 and has been updated regularly with new cards ever since.
Warhammer, also known as the Wallet Killer that makes Magic look cheap. Warhammer is a tabletop miniture strategy that involves building and painting mini figures that you use as piece in huge strategy combat scenarios. The most popular version, at least as far to my knowledge, is Warhammer 40,000 aka Warhammer 40k or just 40k.
I'm going to take this section to gush just a bit. Not the first, but by far the most well known tabletop RPG out there. Fifth edition is the most recent ruleset, and if you haven't gotten into it yet you're missing out. DnD is something that a lot of people are interested in but many don't have the oppertunity to try because they either can't get together enough people willing or they can't find a dungeon master who is familiar with the game. I say this because people should totes get a group together here on Kaza if they're interested. Even if you don't want to buy the Player's Handbook Wizards of the Coast released the basic rules for 5e online for free, legally ( http://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop/players-basic-rules http://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop/dm-basic-rules
). These include everything you need to play the game, including combat rules, character creation, and even tips on how to roleplay well.
Well all of this to say, anyone like games?