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Thread: Furniture you'd love to buy (but which your spouse will never let you)

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    Default Furniture you'd love to buy (but which your spouse will never let you)

    Well, mine wouldn't let me, anyway.

    Check it out!

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    heck with that, someone grab a mop

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    Ravs, they had a booth at Gencon since 2007 (at least) since I didn't attend before that. Except they are kind of expensive, stil very cool. They have multiple versions at varying price ranges.

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    Yeah it says from about $8,000, although the order form says if you want the bells and whistles for the smallest table (seats 6, which will do me fine thankyouverymuch) will set you back about $13,000.....but it's worth it. It really is worth it. I'd actually save up for one, but our house is too small for it. Need a house with a dedicated gaming room.

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    Fabolous furniture, but too pricey. I paid about a $1.000 for a new table in my living room and I thought that was costly already...
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    I fretted about 350 for a table and 4 chairs... so hush you
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    For a dedicated gaming table it's a bit extravagant, but for a table that converts to a dining table, its ok. Then again I did pay $9500 for a leather recliner a couple of years ago. So what the heck... sign me up.
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    Yep these guys were at Gencon.







    Nice stuff, way beyond my gamer budget!

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    Nice pics, Dragonlady!

    Curious, are you the same Dragonlady, as on Kenzerco.com?

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    They just need to incorporate a light board on it so you can project a VTT up from beneath and then it is all encompassing....of course, it's still way beyond my gamer budget as well. Might have to just build one myself.
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