[19:01] <+WetInkBrandon> Good evening!
[19:01] <+WetInkMatt> Hello
[19:02] <+WetInkBrandon> I’m Brandon K. Aten and I’ve been working in gaming in some form or another for over a decade.
[19:02] <+WetInkBrandon> Everything from volunteering at conventions, running miniatures tournaments, doing internships at a gaming company and freelance writing since 2004.
[19:03] <+WetInkMatt> I’m Matthew Orr, I have ridden Brandon’s rising star a little bit and have a few industry credits now as well.
[19:04] <+WetInkBrandon> Matthew and I have known one another since middle school and have long been in the other’s nerdy circles.
[19:05] <+WetInkMatt> I first hung out with Brandon because I was promised TMNT. Instead he and his friends just messed around while I say around waiting for the games to start. It’s mostly been uphill since then.
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[19:06] <~Dan> (Welcome to #rpgnet, Mumah! Here for the Q&A? 🙂 )
[19:07] <+Mumah> Just to observe. I’m one of the illustrators for this game.
[19:07] <~Dan> (Ah! Good to have you here. 🙂 )
[19:07] <+Mumah> Thank you.
[19:08] <+WetInkBrandon> He’s an ok guy
[19:08] <+Mumah> Don’t undersell it, Brandon. I’m swell.
[19:09] <~Dan> 🙂
[19:10] <+WetInkMatt> We’ve been playing together every week with some other folks for about 6 years. A couple years ago we cooked up an alternate-1930s Europe setting for use with a standard RPG and since then we’ve developed an original rule set to go with the setting. That’s the birth of Wild Skies