Indie Talks Episode 7 – Peter "Blix" Bryant

I find myself conversing with Peter “Blix” Bryant! A long time gamer and convention goer who also happens to be involved with publishing what is arguably the longest lived indie title in RPG history!

Blix is responsible for a new game, part RPG, part trivia, all awesome called Cube of Death! I’m intimately familiar with this game, particularly the death part as I had my own derriere handed to me by a bunch of keen opponents publicly at last year’s TotalCon.  Blix is also a team member at Tri Tac Games, publishers of such cool things as Bureau 13 and Fringeworthy. He’s an active member of the Tri Tac Podcast on which I have been a guest, and has also (where he gets the time I haven’t figured out) just launched a new podcast all about conventions called The Con Men! After all that, he also works as a freelance artist and writer through Studio 187.

We would love to get your feedback about our show! Contact me with comments: Indietalks@trollitc.com, follow me on twitter @trollitc and also check us out on iTunes! Hell, you can even catch us on Stitcher.  While you’re at it, there’s the Indie Talks Facebook page and the Indie Talks Google+ page. Myspace…well, I won’t go there if you wont. Please do rate this podcast on iTunes, and leave feedback through any of these links!
This episode is brought to you by Purple Duck Games! Check out their wide variety of Pathfinder and 4C products as well as a whole bunch of amazing stock art all available at DriveThruRPG and Piazo. You can find them at their blog and check out their open content on their wiki!

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