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* VirtriolicBestBuds: Generally, the contestants on the show are all friends of Wil. That said, he and Jesse have a SitcomArchNemesis kind of deal on camera, if the ''Star Trek: Five Year Mission'' episode is any indication.


* [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Did You Just Punch Out The King In Yellow?!]]: Bill Prady nearly single-handedly won the game in the Elder Sign episode.

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* [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Did You Just Punch Out The King In Yellow?!]]: DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: Bill Prady nearly single-handedly won the game in the Elder Sign episode.

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The show unfortunately appears to be on indefinite hiatus or possibly cancelled. Wil has stated publicly that he can't actually say anything about it, but that there's something going on with Legendary (the network that bought ''Geek and Sundry'') and everyone involved that is preventing a new series from being filmed, despite his fervent desire to go back to it.


* BornUnlucky: Wil is a decent player but he suffers from some pretty appalling luck in games.

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* BornUnlucky: Wil is a decent player but he suffers from some pretty appalling luck in games. Perhaps best displayed in the ''Stone Age'' episode, where, not only does Wil fail to roll what he needs at a few key points in the game, but whenever Jesse rolls on the "general store", he consistently rolls three high numbers and a 1, giving every player except Wil a boon of some kind. Wil quips that the dice seem to hate him even when he isn't the one rolling them.


** When Wil makes a 'fate of the world at stake' pun during the rules explanation for ''Fury of Dracula'', the video editor addsa sound effect of Dracula being staked through the heart.

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** When Wil makes a 'fate of the world at stake' pun during the rules explanation for ''Fury of Dracula'', the video editor addsa adds a sound effect of Dracula being staked through the heart.


* LamePunReaction: During the ''Eldritch Horror'' game, Pat Rothfuss remarks that a missionary who is well-placed to assist is in a missionary position. Wil gives him a disgusted look.

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* LamePunReaction: LamePunReaction:
** When Wil makes a 'fate of the world at stake' pun during the rules explanation for ''Fury of Dracula'', the video editor addsa sound effect of Dracula being staked through the heart.
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During the ''Eldritch Horror'' game, Pat Rothfuss remarks that a missionary who is well-placed to assist is in a missionary position. Wil gives him a disgusted look.


''Tabletop'' is a WebVideo series on Website/YouTube, which is essentially {{celebrity|Edition}} {{tabletop gam|es}}ing hosted by Creator/WilWheaton. It is part of the Creator/GeekAndSundry Website/YouTube channel, and can be watched for free [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0Y9n5uBJuXxjSe6lJEHRZICCHym3e-aS here.]] It can also be seen on the terrestrial channel TBD.

Each week, Wil and a number of other celebrity guests (ranging from well-known YouTube and television personalities to professional game designers) play a chosen tabletop game. These can range from competitive games like ''TabletopGame/SmallWorld'' to co-operative games like ''TabletopGame/{{Pandemic}}.'' The show itself is instruction-light, easing new viewers into the game rules and focusing more on the banter and camaraderie that comes from settling around a table and having good fun with friends. The winner of each episode in the first season was granted the Tabletop Trophy Of Awesome (and a bit of masking tape with their name on it). In the second season, the winner received a Certificate of Awesome. Meanwhile, the defeated licked their wounds on the Loser's Couch with the aid of some webshow-budget beverages.

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''Tabletop'' is a WebVideo series on Website/YouTube, which is essentially {{celebrity|Edition}} {{tabletop gam|es}}ing hosted by Creator/WilWheaton. It is part of the Creator/GeekAndSundry Website/YouTube [=YouTube=] channel, and can be watched for free [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0Y9n5uBJuXxjSe6lJEHRZICCHym3e-aS here.]] It can also be seen on the terrestrial channel TBD.

Each week, Wil and a number of other celebrity guests (ranging from well-known YouTube [=YouTube=] and television personalities to professional game designers) play a chosen tabletop game. These can range from competitive games like ''TabletopGame/SmallWorld'' to co-operative games like ''TabletopGame/{{Pandemic}}.'' The show itself is instruction-light, easing new viewers into the game rules and focusing more on the banter and camaraderie that comes from settling around a table and having good fun with friends. The winner of each episode in the first season was granted the Tabletop Trophy Of Awesome (and a bit of masking tape with their name on it). In the second season, the winner received a Certificate of Awesome. Meanwhile, the defeated licked their wounds on the Loser's Couch with the aid of some webshow-budget beverages.


** In ''Welcome To The Dungeon'' Hector has one strategy and it's to not die first [[spoiler:he does.]]

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** In ''Welcome To The Dungeon'' Hector has one strategy and it's to not die first [[spoiler:he first. [[spoiler:He does.]]]]
** ''Fury of Dracula'' has several instances of this, including ify insisting that he can't pull three Dracula cards from the bottom of the event deck in a row (he does), Wil hoping that Lord Godalming doesn't go to Sofia and expose Dracula's current location (he does), and [[spoiler:Ify ignoring the fact that a vampire is about to mature because the hunters have cornered Dracula in Spain (the maturing vampire earns Wil enough points to win the game before they find him)]].


** Bill Prady in the ''Elder Sign'' episode, who [[spoiler: basically carries the team in a (mostly) one-man war against He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named]].

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** Bill Prady in the ''Elder Sign'' episode, who [[spoiler: basically [[spoiler:basically carries the team in a (mostly) one-man war against He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named]].



--> '''Alison''': "Everyone's turning to me. I think, because I'm wearing a hat, I'm untrustworthy."

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--> '''Alison''': "Everyone's -->'''Alison:''' Everyone's turning to me. I think, because I'm wearing a hat, I'm untrustworthy."



-->Once the Doom Tokens have been collected, the Great Old One wakes up and devours the world. But more importantly, we lose the game.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: In ''The Resistance'', Ashley "[[WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries Lizzie Bennet]]" Clements deduces ([[CassandraTruth correctly]]) that [[spoiler: Alison Scagliotti]] is a spy through nothing more than ''pupil dilation''. Too bad no one believes her...
* BadassFamily: The TabletopGame/MiceAndMystics episode has the Wheaton family all playing together. [[spoiler: They win the game (well, the chapter at least)]].

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-->Once -->'''Wil:''' Once the Doom Tokens have been collected, the Great Old One wakes up and devours the world. But more importantly, we lose the game.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: In ''The Resistance'', Ashley "[[WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries Lizzie Bennet]]" Clements deduces ([[CassandraTruth correctly]]) that [[spoiler: Alison [[spoiler:Alison Scagliotti]] is a spy through nothing more than ''pupil dilation''. Too bad no one believes her...
* BadassFamily: The TabletopGame/MiceAndMystics episode has the Wheaton family all playing together. [[spoiler: They [[spoiler:They win the game (well, the chapter at least)]].



** [[spoiler: "Shadows over Camelot", with the added twist that the traitor is King Arthur, played by [[ButtMonkey Wil]]]].
** Yet again in [[spoiler: "Betrayal at House on the Hill", in another victory for Evil!Wil.]]

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** [[spoiler: "Shadows [[spoiler:"Shadows over Camelot", with the added twist that the traitor is King Arthur, played by [[ButtMonkey Wil]]]].
** Yet again in [[spoiler: "Betrayal [[spoiler:"Betrayal at House on the Hill", in another victory for Evil!Wil.]]



--->You asked for it, so this is your fault.

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--->You --->'''Wil:''' You asked for it, so this is your fault.



** [[spoiler:Wil Wheaton]] becomes the traitor in ''TabletopGame/BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill''. [[spoiler:He's]] also the BigBad of ''TabletopGame/ShadowsOverCamelot'', playing as [[spoiler: a [[FallenHero traitorous King Arthur]]]]. And again in Fury of Dracula as the eponymous vampire.

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** [[spoiler:Wil Wheaton]] becomes the traitor in ''TabletopGame/BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill''. [[spoiler:He's]] also the BigBad of ''TabletopGame/ShadowsOverCamelot'', playing as [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a [[FallenHero traitorous King Arthur]]]]. And again in Fury of Dracula as the eponymous vampire.



* BreakTheCutie[=/=]CorruptTheCutie: Laina in "Cards Against Humanity".
-->'''Laina:''' (''after [[spoiler:Aisha]] has won and everyone leaves'') I didn't... I didn't agree to this.

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* BreakTheCutie[=/=]CorruptTheCutie: BreakTheCutie: Laina in "Cards Against Humanity".
-->'''Laina:''' (''after ''[after [[spoiler:Aisha]] has won and everyone leaves'') leaves]'' I didn't... I didn't agree to this.



-->'''Felicia:''' "I really messed up when I made Dr. Hannah pick up ''People'' [Magazine], because he's much more a ''Popular Mechanics'' kind of guy."\\
'''Wil:''' "[[YouHaveGOTToBeKiddingMe Oh, come on!]]"
** For reference, Dr. Hannah is an undead, brain-hungry zombie who is supposed to go after the heroes.

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-->'''Felicia:''' "I I really messed up when I made Dr. Hannah pick up ''People'' [Magazine], because he's much more a ''Popular Mechanics'' kind of guy."\\
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'''Wil:''' "[[YouHaveGOTToBeKiddingMe [[YouHaveGOTToBeKiddingMe Oh, come on!]]"
** For reference, Dr. Hannah is an undead, brain-hungry zombie who is supposed to go after the heroes.
on!]]



** The good guys in ''Betrayal at House on the Hill'' are an in-game example. [[spoiler: Especially Michael Swaim's priest character who is deliberately kept on the brink of death by a demon.]] They are also a meta example, with all the characters ([[spoiler: except Wil, for once]]) having terrible dice rolls after the 'Haunting' occurs.

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** The good guys in ''Betrayal at House on the Hill'' are an in-game example. [[spoiler: Especially [[spoiler:Especially Michael Swaim's priest character who is deliberately kept on the brink of death by a demon.]] They are also a meta example, with all the characters ([[spoiler: except ([[spoiler:except Wil, for once]]) having terrible dice rolls after the 'Haunting' occurs.



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Jessica Merizan was stated in the Hare&Tortoise/Council of Verona episode to have a below-average [=IQ=]. [[spoiler: She's also the one who ultimately won in the end of the episode.]]

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Jessica Merizan was stated in the Hare&Tortoise/Council of Verona episode to have a below-average [=IQ=]. [[spoiler: She's [[spoiler:She's also the one who ultimately won in the end of the episode.]]



** [[spoiler: Andy Hull]] in ''Tsuro of the Seas''. In the beginning it seemed like he would be the first to lose and there was confusion over whether he was still in the game due to a miscalculation.

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** [[spoiler: Andy [[spoiler:Andy Hull]] in ''Tsuro of the Seas''. In the beginning it seemed like he would be the first to lose and there was confusion over whether he was still in the game due to a miscalculation.



-->'''Felicia:''' You know, Dr. Hannah is, he's getting a little lonely. So he's gonna touch himself inappropriately.\\

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-->'''Felicia:''' --->'''Felicia:''' You know, Dr. Hannah is, he's getting a little lonely. So he's gonna touch himself inappropriately.\\



-->'''Benny:''' ''*Gesturing to cards*'' I like that there's the progressive female guard, but the handmaiden is still...\\

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-->'''Benny:''' ''*Gesturing --->'''Benny:''' ''[gesturing to cards*'' cards]'' I like that there's the progressive female guard, but the handmaiden is still...\\



** The ''TabletopGame/BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill'' episodes end with [[spoiler: Wil Wheaton's]] utter triumph, and the Hellgate opening.
** [[spoiler:The Dead of Winter episode ends with the game winning, and Wil having a strained relationship with the rest of the players due to being the traitor]]. The somber music during the credits drives the point home, not to mention the fact that Wil [[spoiler: doesn't say, [[CatchPhrase "Play more games!"]]]] at the end of the episode. He just walks away.
* DownToTheLastPlay: The ending of ''Formula D.''

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** The ''TabletopGame/BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill'' episodes end with [[spoiler: Wil [[spoiler:Wil Wheaton's]] utter triumph, and the Hellgate opening.
** [[spoiler:The Dead of Winter episode ends with the game winning, and Wil having a strained relationship with the rest of the players due to being the traitor]]. The somber music during the credits drives the point home, not to mention the fact that Wil [[spoiler: doesn't [[spoiler:doesn't say, [[CatchPhrase "Play more games!"]]]] at the end of the episode. He just walks away.
* %%* DownToTheLastPlay: The ending of ''Formula D.''



* EvilIsHammy: [[spoiler:Wil, playing a traitorous King Arthur,]] seriously hams it up after revealing [[spoiler: himself]] in the Shadows Over Camelot episode.

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* EvilIsHammy: [[spoiler:Wil, playing a traitorous King Arthur,]] seriously hams it up after revealing [[spoiler: himself]] [[spoiler:himself]] in the Shadows Over Camelot episode.



-->Don't trust the redheads. We're all spies.

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-->Don't -->'''[[spoiler:Alison:]]''' Don't trust the redheads. We're all spies.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: An unintentional example: in the extended edition of ''TabletopGame/{{Pandemic}}'', Will shouts "''Pandemic'' wins!" when all of the player figures get knocked over on the board. Lo and behold, what happens at the end of the game?

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: {{Foreshadowing}}:
**
An unintentional example: in the extended edition of ''TabletopGame/{{Pandemic}}'', Will shouts "''Pandemic'' wins!" when all of the player figures get knocked over on the board. Lo and behold, what happens at the end of the game?



* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Wil repeatedly (and mockingly) said the name of He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named during the [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Elder Sign]] episode. He also becomes TheLoad, and [[spoiler: his character is the only one to die]].

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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Wil repeatedly (and mockingly) said the name of He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named during the [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Elder Sign]] episode. He also becomes TheLoad, and [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his character is the only one to die]].



* KingmakerScenario/[[spoiler: LaserGuidedKarma]]: In the final stretch of ''Fortune and Glory'', Felicia - who was hopelessly in last place - drew a card that allowed her to reduce the value of any artifact to 1. She could use it on Wil to give victory to Ryon. [[spoiler: She didn't, because of Ryon playing a nasty card on her during his very first play of the game, handing Wil the win.]]

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* KingmakerScenario/[[spoiler: LaserGuidedKarma]]: KingmakerScenario/[[spoiler:LaserGuidedKarma]]: In the final stretch of ''Fortune and Glory'', Felicia - who was hopelessly in last place - drew a card that allowed her to reduce the value of any artifact to 1. She could use it on Wil to give victory to Ryon. [[spoiler: She [[spoiler:She didn't, because of Ryon playing a nasty card on her during his very first play of the game, handing Wil the win.]]



* LargeHam: Wil Wheaton. Bordering on ChewingTheScenery
--> '''Wil:''' ''"Not only did I win '''I ALSO DIDN'T LOSE!'''''

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* LargeHam: Wil Wheaton. Bordering on ChewingTheScenery
--> '''Wil:''' ''"Not
ChewingTheScenery.
-->'''Wil:''' ''Not
only did I win '''I ALSO DIDN'T LOSE!'''''



** Wil during "Elder Sign". [[spoiler: Out of all the players, he was the only one who caused their character to die.]] This was {{lampshade|Hanging}}d by Felicia and Wil during the game.

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** Wil during "Elder Sign". [[spoiler: Out [[spoiler:Out of all the players, he was the only one who caused their character to die.]] This was {{lampshade|Hanging}}d by Felicia and Wil during the game.



-->'''Chris Pramas''': I think every group has a player like Chris [Hardwick] who is pretty much going to throw a little monkey wrench into your plans by deciding to say, "Put [[Series/HappyDays Fonzie]] into ''Franchise/DragonAge''".

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-->'''Chris Pramas''': Pramas:''' I think every group has a player like Chris [Hardwick] who is pretty much going to throw a little monkey wrench into your plans by deciding to say, "Put [[Series/HappyDays Fonzie]] into ''Franchise/DragonAge''".



-->'''[=TotalBiscuit=]''': That was a fantas... I mean, that was entirely part of the plan.

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-->'''[=TotalBiscuit=]''': -->'''[=TotalBiscuit=]:''' That was a fantas... I mean, that was entirely part of the plan.



** The trophy was retired for Season 2 and incorporated into the Wall of Victory, a display featuring all of the previous winners. [[spoiler: Even ''Pandemic.'']] It's been replaced by a "Certificate of Awesome" that Wil signs and gives to the winner... along with the piece of tape.

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** The trophy was retired for Season 2 and incorporated into the Wall of Victory, a display featuring all of the previous winners. [[spoiler: Even [[spoiler:Even ''Pandemic.'']] It's been replaced by a "Certificate of Awesome" that Wil signs and gives to the winner... along with the piece of tape.



-->'''Wil''': You may think that this is something called The Timothy Award, but it's not.

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-->'''Wil''': --->'''Wil:''' You may think that this is something called The Timothy Award, but it's not.



** Subverted in ''Say Anything'' when Wil randomly gives Jonah three points midgame. [[spoiler: Jonah ends up winning.]]

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** Subverted in ''Say Anything'' when Wil randomly gives Jonah three points midgame. [[spoiler: Jonah [[spoiler:Jonah ends up winning.]]



* RandomNumberGod: Often invoked. In ''Elder Sign'', Wil claims that the dice are trying to kill him. [[spoiler: They succeed.]]

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* RandomNumberGod: Often invoked. In ''Elder Sign'', Wil claims that the dice are trying to kill him. [[spoiler: They [[spoiler:They succeed.]]



--->''Lords of Vegas'' is a high stakes game with sometimes wild streaks of good fortune and soul-crushing defeat. Something I know a little bit about on Table Top.

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--->''Lords --->'''Wil:''' ''Lords of Vegas'' is a high stakes game with sometimes wild streaks of good fortune and soul-crushing defeat. Something I know a little bit about on Table Top.



* SayMyName: [[spoiler: Wil screams Felicia's surname]] ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' style after a skillful game of bluffing in 'The Resistance'. Complete with AngryFistShake.
* SelfDeprecation: In the [[spoiler: ''Carcassonne'']] episode, Wil presents the Certificate of Awesome to (a cardboard cut-out of) himself and mentions that he was [[VictoryGloating kind of a dick]] on the Loser's Couch.

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* SayMyName: [[spoiler: Wil [[spoiler:Wil screams Felicia's surname]] ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' style after a skillful game of bluffing in 'The Resistance'.''The Resistance''. Complete with AngryFistShake.
* SelfDeprecation: In the [[spoiler: ''Carcassonne'']] [[spoiler:''Carcassonne'']] episode, Wil presents the Certificate of Awesome to (a cardboard cut-out of) himself and mentions that he was [[VictoryGloating kind of a dick]] on the Loser's Couch.



-->'''Emily''': I felt bad for him, even though I don't have genitals like his.

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-->'''Emily''': -->'''Emily:''' I felt bad for him, even though I don't have genitals like his.



* {{Squee}}: In ''Shadows Over Camelot'', [[spoiler: from Wil, when he finally wins at last.]]

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* {{Squee}}: In ''Shadows Over Camelot'', [[spoiler: from [[spoiler:from Wil, when he finally wins at last.]]



** In episode 3, Wil talks about how he likes ''Zombie Dice'' because nobody ever gets out to a huge lead. Cue [[spoiler: Ryan getting ten brains on the first turn!]] Furthermore, [[spoiler:Ryan actually wanted to stop at five brains but kept on rolling because Wil and the other players kept goading him into continuing with the belief that he'd eventually wipe out with three shotguns. Which, needless to say, didn't happen.]]

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** In episode 3, Wil talks about how he likes ''Zombie Dice'' because nobody ever gets out to a huge lead. Cue [[spoiler: Ryan [[spoiler:Ryan getting ten brains on the first turn!]] Furthermore, [[spoiler:Ryan actually wanted to stop at five brains but kept on rolling because Wil and the other players kept goading him into continuing with the belief that he'd eventually wipe out with three shotguns. Which, needless to say, didn't happen.]]



** Near the end of ''Shadows Over Camelot'', Wil tells everyone that he knows how this is going to end (because he always loses). [[spoiler: So, for once, he wins.]]

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** Near the end of ''Shadows Over Camelot'', Wil tells everyone that he knows how this is going to end (because he always loses). [[spoiler: So, [[spoiler:So, for once, he wins.]]



-->'''Wil:''' The important thing is, I'm helping. I have not [[SoundEffectBleep f(bleep)ed]] us yet.\\
(Wil rolls to spread the fire, and causes a hazardous material explosion)\\

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-->'''Wil:''' --->'''Wil:''' The important thing is, I'm helping. I have not [[SoundEffectBleep f(bleep)ed]] us yet.\\
(Wil ''[Wil rolls to spread the fire, and causes a hazardous material explosion)\\explosion]''\\



* ThatCameOutWrong: In the ''Dixit'' episode, Wil comments on the fact that he and Leo are in joint last place behind the two female players:
-->'''Wil''': Team Dudes! We're gonna suck together! ...Wait, no that doesn't sound right at all.
** A similar thing happens again in ''The Resistance when everyone starts suspecting Wil:
--> '''Alison''': Where's the Wil I used to know?
--> '''Wil''': I don't know. He's seen some things.
--> '''Alison''': ''Like a red spy card?''
--> '''Wil''': No, no, no! Like he had to sit through a lot of tampon talk before the cameras rolled.

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* ThatCameOutWrong: ThatCameOutWrong:
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In the ''Dixit'' episode, Wil comments on the fact that he and Leo are in joint last place behind the two female players:
-->'''Wil''': --->'''Wil:''' Team Dudes! We're gonna suck together! ...Wait, no that doesn't sound right at all.
** A similar thing happens again in ''The Resistance Resistance'' when everyone starts suspecting Wil:
--> '''Alison''': --->'''Alison:''' Where's the Wil I used to know?
--> '''Wil''':
know?\\
'''Wil:'''
I don't know. He's seen some things.
--> '''Alison''':
things.\\
'''Alison:'''
''Like a red spy card?''
--> '''Wil''':
card?''\\
'''Wil:'''
No, no, no! Like he had to sit through a lot of tampon talk before the cameras rolled.



* TookALevelInBadass: [[spoiler: Wil is winning a lot more in the succeeding seasons than he did in Season 1]]

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* TookALevelInBadass: [[spoiler: Wil [[spoiler:Wil is winning a lot more in the succeeding seasons than he did in Season 1]]



--> '''Jesse:''' I'm sure Nika thinks she's a wizard, but...I think she's more of a witch. With a B.

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--> '''Jesse:''' -->'''Jesse:''' I'm sure Nika thinks she's a wizard, but...but... I think she's more of a witch. With a B.





* ARareSentence: ''Harboour'' gives us "I am a nihilistic wolf shepherd! I have an anchor and nothing to lose!", which Wil thinks is probably his favorite sentence that's ever been uttered on Tabletop.

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* ARareSentence: ''Harboour'' ''Harbour'' gives us "I am a nihilistic wolf shepherd! I have an anchor and nothing to lose!", which Wil thinks is probably his favorite sentence that's ever been uttered on Tabletop.

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** In ''Fury of Dracula'' Wil asks Grant "What's Van Helsing doing, besides [[Film/VanHelsing starring in a terrible movie?]]"


* ARareSentence: ''Harboour'' gives us "I am a nihilistic wolf shepherd! I have an anchor and nothing to lose!", which Wil thinks is probably his favorite sentence that's ever been uttered on Tabletop.



* SarcasticClapping: Wil and John do this in the ''KingOfTokyo'' episode when Greg makes Craig re-roll an energy dice with psychic probe, and the re-rolled dice scores Craig 3 points instead.

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* SarcasticClapping: Wil and John do this in the ''KingOfTokyo'' ''TabletopGame/KingOfTokyo'' episode when Greg makes Craig re-roll an energy dice with psychic probe, and the re-rolled dice scores Craig 3 points instead.

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* StarvingArtist: Wil plays the artist character in the ''Tokaido'' episode, and due to poor luck makes very little money over the course of the game. On his last turn, he finds that he can't afford a meal at the inn, and lays his meeple down to represent his character starving to death.


''Tabletop'' is a WebVideo series on Website/YouTube, which is essentially {{celebrity|Edition}} {{tabletop gam|es}}ing hosted by Creator/WilWheaton. It is part of the Creator/GeekAndSundry Website/YouTube channel, and can be watched for free [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4F80C7D2DC8D9B6C here.]] It can also be seen on the terrestrial channel TBD.

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''Tabletop'' is a WebVideo series on Website/YouTube, which is essentially {{celebrity|Edition}} {{tabletop gam|es}}ing hosted by Creator/WilWheaton. It is part of the Creator/GeekAndSundry Website/YouTube channel, and can be watched for free [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4F80C7D2DC8D9B6C com/playlist?list=PL0Y9n5uBJuXxjSe6lJEHRZICCHym3e-aS here.]] It can also be seen on the terrestrial channel TBD.

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** In ''Welcome To The Dungeon'' Hector has one strategy and it's to not die first [[spoiler:he does.]]

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