About Us

Satine PhoenixSatine Phoenix

Host

Satine Phoenix is a comic book illustrator, painter, cosplayer, and all-around promoter of gaming. She is the co-creator, with writer R.K. Syrus, of the graphic novel New Praetorians and the founder of CelebrityChariD20 (formerly CelebrityCharityDnD). In 2010, she revived her art and gaming career at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, California by starting DrawMelt (a life drawing class with cosplay models) and DnDMelt (a gaming community focused around Dungeons and Dragons).

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IMG_4284Chad Parish

Host

Chad is 42 and still gaming as enthusiastically as when he started back in 1980 at the age of nine. Having cut his teeth on the classic granddaddy of RPGs, 1st edition Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Chad has gone on to play and run a list of games too long to detail here. When he’s not gaming with friends in his native Chicago, Chad can often be found gaming at conventions along with his friends from the Dead Games Society. Hard to believe, but it all started with a little keep on the borderlands.

 

 

 

 


BlixPeter Blix Bryant

Producer

Peter – AKA Blix – is a podcaster, artist, game designer, and writer.
As a game designer, artist, and writer he has developed professional material for R. Talsorian Games, Tri Tac Games, Dilly Green Bean Games, and Chapter 13 Press and is currently on the development team for the Savage Worlds edition of Fringeworthy. Outside of RPGs he has released two card games – Rogue Chess and Cube of Death.

As a podcaster he is one of the co-hosts of the Tri Tac PodCast (tritacsystems.podbean.com) which is in its sixth season. He is the host a live broadcast video series called the MythWits (mythwits.com) where his team interviews industry guests every week, provide on-location con coverage, and talk all things geek related.
Most importantly though, he is the producer and editor for Game School and Cube of Death.

While he’s very happy to be a part of the TSR Games family, he does so through his own company Studio187.com.

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