At Vancouver’s Croatian Cultural Centre, it was a return to almost normal for 90 members of Vancouver’s tabletop gaming community.
Toss Yer Cabers, an annual charity tabletop gaming tournament, saw players break out odd-looking dice, thick rule books and intricately painted armies of figurines for a weekend of competition and socializing.
In normal years, there could be dozens of tabletop gaming events with a wide range of attendance numbers in Metro Vancouver. Due to the pandemic, many went on hiatus, including Toss Yer Cabers.
But organizer Findlay Craig and others in the local gaming scene said recent months have seen tabletop gaming tournaments in the Lower Mainland starting to return.
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