The Coolest Doghouse on the Web!
I am extremely pleased and excited to announce that Ross Watson (Accursed, Warhammer 40K Roleplay, Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, etc.) is now a partner in and the Managing Director of Evil Beagle Games. He’s been a dear friend and colleague for a decade and a half, and now he’s in charge of getting my ducks in a row and making us a real and productive publishing house.
Carinn Seabolt (already a Founder) steps up as our Editor-in-Chief, making sure all said ducks are correct and on target. As well, she’s making sure we stay on the right side of inclusivity and history as a company dedicated to quality and fun for everyone.
I am, of course, a Founder and now the newly-named CVO (Chief Visionary Officer). This is a perfect title for me, since the dream and vision of Evil Beagle Games is my dream and vision, and keeps me in a high-level role to help steer the company. At the same time, it takes me out of the day-to-day management stuff that – let’s be real, here – I am utterly terrible doing.
Ross has been at the head of some of the most important projects in gaming, and he’s also consulted with companies across the entertainment spectrum. He knows his stuff, loves Shaintar, and has some exceptionally cool ideas to add to the mix. We’ve already gotten off to a great start, and the long-awaited Kickstarter materials are now in full-development mode toward release (we’ve got some great announcement coming about those soon). We’re already able to see a future where other great talents in the industry can look at the Beagle as a house for their ideas.
Thanks to everyone for your continued belief in and support of Evil Beagle Games. The next few days, weeks, and months are going to be a very exciting time for us all.
~ Sean Patrick Fannon
The Fantastic Deck-Building Card Game, designed by Lee Ballew (with help from Sean Patrick Fannon), and featuring art by Lee and Susan "Sooz" Knowles (of the web comics Reliquary and Patchwork & Lace) is now available on DriveThruCards!
There's never been a better time to discover the awesomeness that has been described as the perfect combination of deck-building and Magic: the Gathering.