Eloy Lasanta is the owner of Third Eye Games, and creator of several games, like AMP: Year One, Part-Time Gods, and The Ninja Crusade, just to name a few, in addition to a designer of several systems like the Dynamic Gaming System, Pip System, and Chakra System. He started Third Eye Games as a passion project with a team of 1, but has grown to the level where he needs a team — a team with a particular set of skills. He is a creative force that cannot be stopped, and he will steer this new team into the future and beyond!
Phil Vecchione has been working in the roleplaying game industry since 2009, working with Engine Publishing, Evil Beagle Games, Third Eye Games, and Pelgrane Press. He is the co-Host of both the Misdirected Mark and Panda’s Talking Games podcasts, where he discusses GMing advice and game design theory. He also is one of the founding Gnomes at the Gnome Stew, where he writes about GMing advice. Phil is one of the partners at Encoded Designs, which has published a number of games and supplements for D&D, Dungeon World, Fate, Paranoia, and Savage Worlds. He was one of the lead designers on the Part-Time Gods of Fate game.
Carol began freelance editing in 2011, focusing mainly on RPGs. She co-hosts the podcast “All Games Considered” (www.agcpodcast.info) and is the Gaming Track coordinator for ConGlomeration (www.conglomeration.info). She lives in Southern Indiana in the US. You can see more of her work on caroldarnell.wordpress.com.
Todd Crapper (yes, you read that right) is a graphic designer and multiple-ENnie nominated game designer, recipient of the 2013 Judges Spotlight Award for Killshot: The Director’s Cut.As the publisher & lead designer for his company, Broken Ruler Games, Todd has released games like Killshot, High Plains Samurai, ScreenPlay & others as the owner/lead designer of Broken Ruler Games. Currently living in the middle of nowhere over an hour outside of Ottawa, he’s also one of four co-hosts of the Ottawa Game Publishers podcast with Jason Pitre, Mark Richardson and Fraser Ronald. And he’s eager to talk about games, play games, smell games… ok, maybe just the first two.