As we prepare our pioneer boardgame, SPARK 500, for demos; let me introduce you to the team that helped make it!
First, myself. My name is Hanna Seyerle and I am Chief Unicorn and Game Master for Beyond Board. I am rather fond of chance based games, because the less you have to think about, the more fun you can have. So, expect to see plenty of tile flipping and dice rolling in my games, not that my pro-strategy teammates don’t rein me in on the occasion.
Second up is the Hot and Ready Pizza King and Game Master, Jeff Callahan. Jeff enjoys playing co-op and team based games like Sentinels of the Multiverse and Heroscape and brings many team elements to his games. Jeff was voted most likely to forget to email Hanna four sentences about himself before she wrote this, and has yet to let anyone down. Jeff would also like to kindly remind Hanna that he currently does not have Internet at home, making it even harder for his brain to remember things.
Third in line is the Deadpool Fanatic and Master of Kobolds, Bradley Pettigrew. Brad is never found without a battle ready deck of Magic the Gathering nearby and never misses Friday night Dungeons and Dragons. He uses this experience to help keep our games customizable, so that no play through is anything like the last. Bradley was voted most likely to forget that Hanna ever asked him to do anything not directly related to a game. Brad would like Hanna to know he is sorry.
In fifth place is Ghost of Christmas Past or Whatever and Game Master of Scrolls, Jeremy Healy. This crazy human likes games that have incredibly low chances of success, like Pandemic and chess. Jeremy recently moved back into the area and would still really like to play Catan, but Hanna keeps leaving the game at Jordan’s house, thereby ruining everything. Hanna would like Jeremy to know that she is sorry.
Last but not least is Uberis Intericus Majoris, Gavin Werner. Gavin is a subservient, mindless slave. He does the bidding of his masters, Hanna and Jeff, and only thinks when he is told. Just kidding, he’s cool, and likes to play board games and think of how he might improve them. Gavin has worked on SPARK 500 and a few other games still in production, including some whose design he is leading.