We’ve completed the second act of our Age of Fantasy: Skirmish campaign – The Baked Apple. 10 warbands were competing, each one following their very own, hidden or overt, agenda.Continue reading “The Baked Apple: Act II complete!”
Our club has been doing demo days at Battlefield Berlin regularly for quite a while now. Every 6 to 8 weeks, a group of volunteers offers three 90m games during a Saturday at Battlefield Berlin, and invite you to discover a game system they love. So register for a demo using the links below if you are curious about one of the systems we present on this demo day!
Interested in demoing/showing off your favorite tabletop system you’re playing? Reach out to one of our Council Members on our discord, as we are looking for more tabletop systems and members for our demo team!
You can also keep an eye on our #announcement channel for the next demo day. We will let you know when our next official demo day will happen, so stay tuned and as always…
Happy Wargaming!Continue reading “ITGC Berlin – Demo Day 01.10.2022: join us for Konflikt47, Age of Sigmar, Age of Fantasy Skirmish, and Firefight/Kings of War demos!”
Trouble is brewing in the westward plains. An ongoing war is causing refugees to flee east, into the, if not well-off, then at least stable and self-sustained communities of two cities living next to the Albis river: the Bundesrepublik Apfegipfel, a rugged, conflicted human-dwarf commune and Weizenhof, a relatively cosmopolitan trading and farming hub.Continue reading “The Baked Apple. ITGCB’s One Page Rules: Age of Fantasy: Skirmish Campaign”
We recently organised a whole-day gaming day in Battlefield Berlin. It’s a different format to our demo events: in gaming days we aim to just get several good games in. It isn’t a tournament either, since there are no prizes and just good fun.
One of our club members, Martin, was kind to do the camerawork and great editing of the whole event – take a peek below!Continue reading “Age of Sigmar (AoS) Games Day promo video and more!”
We tabletop gamers play games of war of all kinds, and there is about just one kind we really do not like: wars in real life. For us, war can only happen on the tables. The war in Ukraine is deeply affecting us: as Berliners we feel very close to it. Some of us have family and friends directly involved. We all see how the refugees have arrived in Berlin in the past few weeks, and we want to do something about it.
We are therefore organizing a multi-system gaming event and a raffle on the 30th of April, in Berlin. It is a charity event through which we want to support local organizations. Every cent we will be collecting in this Paypal money pool through this event will be given to an organisation helping Ukrainian refugees in Berlin.
The Multi-System Gaming
Until we find a place of our own, we have been playing and organizing events mostly at Battlefield Berlin. This time, we wanted to organize an event larger than what they can host. We therefore looked for a different place, and found a large venue! In fact, it has so much more space, that we decided to go for a multi-system event with ten tables. This will let us gather players from different horizons, and have a lovely day of gaming!
We decided to do four tables for Age of Sigmar, four tables for Kings of War, and two tables for Armada. We do have the possibility to expand these numbers, depending on how many people sign up. We set the registration fee to 10€ (all donated to the cause we support with this event). With each registration, you get a ticket for the raffle.Continue reading “April 30th Event in Support of Ukraine & Berlin Refugees”
For the 3rd time, International Tabletop Gaming Club Berlin would like to invite you to take part in our demo day, taking part in the gaming area of Battlefield Berlin, or friendly local game store that’s located next to U Gneisenaustr in Berlin.
Demo day is a day-long event, where volunteers from our club run 90-minute game demos for people that are new to the hobby, are interested in the specific systems or just want to refresh their wargaming muscles. In short, demo days are for everyone!
In case you were wondering, there’s virtually no requirements to come. No previous experience, knowledge or accessories. We will supply you with all the miniatures and information you need. All our demoers will hold their games in English.Continue reading “ITGCB Demo day – 20.11.2021 @ Battlefield Berlin!”
It’s time for a quick update on the status of the club. If you missed the previous update, check it out here. Today, we want to present our plan for merchandise (to proudly display your love for the club and help it raise some funds along the way) and for membership.Continue reading “Merchandise and Membership Update”
Last Saturday we organized our own first ‘Demo Day’ at Battlefield Berlin. We offered four different tabletop systems (see above) to be tried out for a total of 9 games. There was even one random Necromunda game! 🙂Continue reading “ITGC Berlin – Demo Day 31.07.2021 report: 40k, Bolt Action, Kings of War and Conquest!”
After the long hobby hiatus, thanks Covid, we marshalled a plan for going forward with the hobby.Continue reading “Hobby season kick off!”
Our community is growing healthily and steadily on the Discord server, and in the meantime we council members have been busy in the background! We have been working behind the scenes on what comes next. Let us explain what we have done, and what we plan to do in the near future.
You probably already know what we plan to do in the long term: create and nurture a great tabletop community, and then create a tabletop paradise here in Berlin, which in our mind means: renting the perfect space to enjoy our hobby.
Now… that’s a nice vision, but you might wonder how we plan to get there! This is what we want to discuss today. Onto more details!
Continue reading “Setting up the ITGC Berlin: status update and what’s next”