tabletop

IPA: tˈeɪbʌɫtɑp

noun

  • (furniture) The flat, horizontal upper surface of a table.
  • (skateboarding) A fixed item resembling a table, used for performing skateboarding tricks.
  • (photography, advertising) A photograph of an object or product placed on a table.
  • (roleplaying games) Ellipsis of tabletop game. [Any game suitable for playing on a table or other flat surface.]

adjective

  • Suitable for use on top of a table.
  • Taking place on top of a table.

Examples of "tabletop" in Sentences

  • PvP in tabletop roleplaying games.
  • Individual unit in a tabletop game.
  • It was designed to be a tabletop stove.
  • The tabletop is next to the arms, for instance.
  • As for not being part of the history of tabletop...
  • A lot of tabletop roleplayers will not be interested.
  • But the remainder are 'not varieties of tabletop game'.
  • Adjustable braces extend between the tabletop and the pedestals.
  • The pacesetter produced both tabletop role playing games and board games.
  • Tabletop activities and sensorimotor tasks are suggested for this approach.
  • A languid stretch, drumming her fingers on the porcelain tabletop, she asks:
  • I have to deal with this sort of nonsense in tabletop RPGs and other hobby games.
  • Love the look of that, if only the tabletop was a bit deeper it would be perfect.
  • It’s interesting – in tabletop gaming I’ve almost always played a healer, but in online gaming I’m almost always DPS.
  • Although, tabletop is misleading in that they eventually will be thin enough to mount on walls or put pretty much anywhere.
  • The imposing table also has a fascinating and original design and features a huge round sphere on which the tabletop is placed on.
  • Designed by Tobias Berneth and manufactured by Karl Andersson & Söner, the tabletop is just 6 mm thick, and is made in veneers of oak, birch, walnut and white laminate, as well as in black-stained oak.
  • I don’t have a problem writing down adventure hooks on a card and giving it to the players if they need help focusing, but turning it into a contract … it damages what tabletop is best at, improvisation and an open dynamic world.
  • Yoj had twice announced her intention to wash every item of laundry in the house, while such good drying weather held, but still had not moved from her chair, languidly tracing letters on the tabletop from the condensation on her glass.
  • (I currently run a local LARP game, Cambridge University Treasure Trap, and have played and run a lot of tabletop too – currently playing a UA online game and running a fairly ‘board-game’ style game of 4e; I consider myself an immersionist as a player and would like to hear how to make it happen more in tabletop …)

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