This hard shell case measures 24"x36"x2" and folds up into a nice compact case (with handle). Room to carry important document (rulebooks, extra minis, small games, etc...). Ideal for anyone who needs to setup a play area on the go.
GM's will love it as they will be able to leave their game maps and miniatures undisturbed and still allow players to get in a quick round of their favorite card game.
Creative gamers will find ways to use this battleTop as a tier-leveled game board. This could be used to represent different levels of a dungeon or as the rooftop of abuilding.
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