There are a lot of old school players on this board. Let's see your game rooms!
I thought I'd post a few pictures of mine. This is the result of over 30 years of collecting.
Here's a shot of the game table. This is the view players see. There's a lot going on in this
picture. Behind you can see the shelves. The gray metal shelves are bolted to the concrete wall and
hold the most commonly used figures. The green plastic bins on the sides hold commonly used terrain
and paper buildings, trees, rocks, etc. In the center is the book shelf, it's bolted to the gray
shelves. In the top shelf are the campaign folders. The big one in the center there is 'Wolfmont'.
This campaign ran for 5 years until the players managed to run out of fate points and explode
themselves. Under that are the WFRP 2nd edition books. The next shelf is the WFRP1 books.
The table itself is pretty nice. I built it years ago and it's very solid. The top is made of
outdoor grade marine plywood and sealed with outdoor enamel paint. The under-shelf is for drinks and
other stuff. NO DRINKS ON THE TABLE! Each player has a drawer to keep his stuff in and plenty of
room to spread out. On the GM side, there is an old 400W Kenwood receiver. It connects to the 200W
speakers under the table on the floor (you can see them to the left and right - woodgrain). The
Kenwood hooks to the laptop (to the left of the DH screen). I run 'RPG Sound Mixer' on the laptop.
It provides sound scapes and sound scenarios for my games. You can also see a 21" monitor to the far
left. That's also hooked to the laptop and used to display pictures to the players. I use 'The
Keep', a campain database, for game planning and it supports the 2nd monitor.
The table is fully wired for electricity and has a printer (2nd shelf left), a network hub that
connects to my wireless router, and a mini-fridge to the right.
Edit: We also have a 8'x4' battle mat that covers the whole table. It's called a 'Megamat' (by Chessex I think).
This is my display table. I keep the games we play the most stored here. I display some of the nicer
models I've made on the top. If you look closely, to the right of the socket with the orange
extension cord plugged in it, you'll see the 'Blind Cyclops Inn'. I built this using Hirst Arts
blocks. There has been a 'Blind Cyclops Inn' in every fantasy campaign I have ever run. It was
originally inspired by a 1979 model made by Dragontooth. You can also see the original model on its
box on the shelf.
Edit: Above the table, you can see pictures of some of the tables we've built and our players. The picture in the center is from Bugman's Bar at Games Workshop and was signed by the GW crew.
here's a shot of one of the storage closets (to the left of the display table). There's all kind of
junk crammed in here. It's a tight area, so the shot is a little zoomed. To the right are two layers
of storage boxes full of old or unused minis. Below this picture are tubs with magazines, comics,
This is my workbench. I call it the dirt table. I use it to mold bricks, drill, sand, etc. It's
generally a mess. My wife was kind enough to tidy it up recently. You can see my paint tray stored
on the table. On the right is another shelf for storage and display. On the extreme right you can
see trays that store unused Hirst Arts blocks while I plan what to do with them.
Edit: Pics removed and linked - they broke the tables.