The Tabletop Game Talk Podcast

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No amount is too little and any amount pledged will get you access to our Patreon only content.  Although  this will typically  just be show notes and episodes us musing about a particular game or talking about future plans.  


Other random benefits may present themselves from time to time, but you'll have to listen to find out what those are.


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  • Shoutout at the start of an episode after initial pledge.
  • Access to Patreon only  content.
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For your support of $20 a month you'll be a patreon friend of the show and be acknowledge at the beginning of each episode as well as in the end credits.  You'll also receive our unending gratitude.  Since the amount of unending gratitude is limited, so is this tier, to only 5 patrons.  Also, thank you!

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  • End credits of each show.
  • Access to Patreon only  content.
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About The Tabletop Game Talk Podcast

In September of 2016 we (Chris, Josh & Kitty) got together to do a podcast.  We didn't know where it would take us, if anyone would listen, or even what we were going to talk about (well we knew we were going to talk about games, but that early format changed a lot).  

Since that start, we've had many guests, side chat interviews, live shows, and more.  Fletcher has joined us as a new "full-time" host.  We've become part of the Dice Tower network and Kitty and Chris have taken over the Dice Tower News podcast.

We will continue to deliver weekly content and iterating to keep the show interesting for both you and us.  This Patreon helps us do that.  The monitory support certainly helps cover the bills and prize support, but more than that it tells us what we're doing is valuable to you.  And that, more than anything, is what keeps us going.

Thank you for considering joining our Patreon.  And even if you can't support via Patreon you can support us by sending us your feedback and letting others know we exist.

- Chris

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