Caleb Stokes is an educator, writer, and game designer. He is the founder of Hebanon Games, an indie tabletop RPG publisher dedicated to supplemental releases and original systems. Caleb got interested in writing for RPG’s after playing for a number of years with the gaming group for Role-Playing Public Radio, the web’s premier source for RPG commentary and Actual Play podcasts. He is the author of Red Markets: A Game of Economic Horror, No Security: Horror Scenarios in the Great Depression, and No Soul Left Behind, all of which successfully funded through Kickstarter. He has contributed to books such as Transhuman and Base Raiders: Superpowered Dungeon Crawling. Caleb has been known to drink beer on occasion.
You can find Caleb on Twitter (@hebanongcal) and Instagram (@cthuluzord).
Spencer Harris grew up outside of Kansas City and still suffers from a lingering Chiefs and Royals addiction. He is married (Brandy), has a dog (Murray), and spends his free time gaming, watching sports, and drinking beers (and bourbons). He has a PhD in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas (#rockchalk) and is the Director of Operations at a web development company in Springfield, MO.
You can find Spence on Twitter and Instagram (@egonzord).
And, in 2018, Spencer and Caleb successfully kickstarted and produced Party Fowl: The Game of Drunk Ducks, a light strategy game based almost exclusively on duck puns. You can find it on Amazon!
“Producer Ross” Payton is…too lazy to write his own biographical information, so we’re making one up. Ross was orphaned at a young age due to a peculiar genetic disorder that made him constantly smelly like something, well, “yeasty” is the only term existing across all historical records. His abandoned crib was found by podcast ninjas who raised him in the dark arts of audio levels and web hosting. But again, he was undone by the aforementioned smell because it made him too detectable, so he unable to join the family’s centuries old shadow war against “the ear wolf.” Now, he uses his dark podcast arts for good by producing The Mixed Six.