munchkinlandThis week we take the show on the road to Fort Hays State University, where we record live at the weekly CATTG meeting.

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The Collegiate Association of Table Top Gamers (CATTG), is an international college-student run organization for table top gaming clubs at universities whose interests span (but are not limited to) paper and pencil RPG’s, collectible card games, and board games of all shapes and sizes. There are currently fifteen official chapters, all of which run themselves individually, but collaborate to keep the network strong. All activities are done in a non-profit manner, and the organization affiliates its activities and goals with other non-profit organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House, Toys for Tots, and various other philanthropic programs and events such as cancer walks.

The organization, founded by J.C. Clare and Tom Elliott, started as an individual club at Fort Hays State University, Kansas when it was approved by the Student Government Association there on November 21, 2003. In 2005, current Executive Director Mike Roselli (NCSU) contacted former President Logan Bonner (FHSU) and after a series of meetings, a new CATTG Chapter was ready to be instituted. On February 9, 2006, the organization grew to a national level when the second CATTG chapter was founded at North Carolina State University.


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  1. Critical Hit fan (also a HUGE board game fan), tried to listen to this show several times before but… Munchkin. Any game that people enjoy is fine by me, but everybody has a couple that just don’t work for them, Munchkin is one of mine. I think I made it through a few but this made me very happy. Hearing you guys talking about some games I love made my day, heck Robinson Crusoe even got dropped at the end!

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