Red Markets - Distributy

Creator of Red Markets and co-host of The Mixed Six Caleb Stokes runs a game for our crew. 

The Takers are hired to map out a safe route for a country musician. We also test out the Red Markets’ web app created by Eric Bright.

Adam — Terry G., the pool and card shark Hustler.

Ethan — Pony-Boy, the over-burdened tech specialist and old-school hacker.

Greg — Maverik, the former NBA fan turned Archivist.

Laura B — Sticks, the Latent melee specialist.

Red Markets - The Last Push

Hey all, Laura (Pixie) here,

If you’ve enjoyed our Red Markets campaign so far (it’s the majority of what we’ve released onto the airwaves…), I hope you’ll consider backing the Red Markets Kickstarter. As of writing this, there’s three days left and it’s only $284 away from unlocking yet another stretch goal: the Gaming the System Guide, Caleb’s part design analysis, part advice document on how to make the Profit system drive other settings.

I’m not going to lie, I do have a personal motivation to that appeal: I’m the editor on this project. And, as much as this makes my health-economics trained partner despair, a solid chunk of my reasoning behind signing onto the project was “ooooh, I’ll get to see the rules sooner.”

And let me tell you, those rules are solid. I’ve been working on editing the player’s section practically since the Kickstarter made, back on day one, and everything looks better than the beta version we played with. Caleb really incorporated all the feedback he got from the various and sundry playtesters into some clean, clear copy on how to play the game.

I should probably get back to that editing, so y’all get the preview draft as soon as possible. Happy gaming!

Table Chatter - Caleb Stokes - Red Markets

NEWS: The Red Markets Kickstarter is live!

Welcome to the first installment of Table Chatter, our round-table discussion show. We're very honored to have Caleb Stokes of Hebanon Games as our first guest. We talk to him about designing his upcoming game Red Markets, writing scenarios, and how zombies are like the weather.