Interview – Jeff Carlsen (Apathy G...

Jeff Carlsen is one of the founders of Apathy Games, a small company dedicated to creating the quality gaming material necessary for a great night with friends. Starting off with a more personal question, Apathy Games was founded in May of 2009. On your Facebook page, it says that “[w]e have jobs, families, and mortgages now. Our time has become precious, and thus we demand more from our games and our social experiences than we ever used to.”  So what keeps you going? What keeps you enthusiastic about working in the RPG industry? There is something about our mentality...

Interview – W.J. Walton (The Escap...

The Escapist is a website dedicated to RPGs and the RPG community. Starting off with a more personal question, The Escapist was founded in 1995 as a central site that people could visit to learn what RPGs are, how to get involved, how to get kids involved, how to give back to the community, etc. So what keeps you going? What keeps you enthusiastic about working in the RPG industry? I get almost all of my encouragement from the emails I receive from the people who read my site and write me to tell me how much they appreciate the resources it provides. Usually they simply...

Interview – Carl Bussler (Flagons ...

Flagons and Dragons is a podcast hosted by “friends who enjoy both tabletop gaming and fine craft beers.” First off, let me thank you for taking the time to be interviewed for the ENnies. I truly appreciate you taking the time to talk about the ENnies. Starting off with a more personal question, the Flagons and Dragons podcast started last year. According to your website, you enjoy both tabletop gaming and fine craft beers. So, besides the beer, what keeps you going? What keeps you enthusiastic about working in the RPG industry? I won’t speak for the...

Interview – Chris Dias (Dias Ex Ma...

Chris Dias is the founder and co-writer of Dias Ex Machina Games. First off, let me thank you for taking the time to be interviewed for the ENnies. I truly appreciate you taking the time to talk about the ENnies. Starting off with a more personal question, Dias Ex Machina Games was founded in May of 2007 to focus solely on the Amethyst RPG. Soon after, you made the switch 4th Edition D&D. So what keeps you going? What keeps you enthusiastic about working in the RPG industry? Because I’m still a gamer. If I stopped running games, I’d stop writing games....

Interview – Kirin Robinson (Old School H...

Kirin Robinson is the ENnie Award Winning creator of Old School Hack. First off, let me thank you for taking the time to be interviewed for the ENnies. I truly appreciate you taking the time to talk about the ENnies. No problem! Starting off with a more personal question, Old School Hack was released in January of 2011 as a love letter to the Red Box version of D&D. So what keeps you going? What keeps you enthusiastic about working in the RPG industry? “Working in the RPG Industry” is something I’m still wrapping my head around. Old School Hack...

Interview – Dave McAlister (UK Rol...

UK Role Players is an RPG hub for gamers in the United Kingdom. First off, let me thank you for taking the time to be interviewed for the ENnies. I truly appreciate you taking the time to talk about the ENnies. Starting off with a more personal question, UK Role Players was started in 2003 to give gamers in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales a central location to discuss RPGs, write articles, list clubs in the area, etc. So what keeps you going? What keeps you enthusiastic about working in the RPG industry? I ask myself the same questions on a regular basis!...