Meet the Block Party Podcast Network Staff
Founder of the Block Party Podcast Network.
In his home games he runs his players through his home-brew world of Aatos. His loves include movies, comics, pokemon go and of course...the tabletop.
Neal began his time with the DMB helping Mitch & Chris with editing. Soon, he started to moderate for the forums, then lead DMNastics forum exercises, and before you know it, was leading the charge in the DMNastics on the DMB itself. You can hear Neal regularly on DMNastics as well as hosting on the DMB.
Chris can be heard hosting on many episodes of the DMB. When he is gaming with his friends, he loves to DM for his home-brew world of Panthia. Chris has a passion for bringing people together and for sports.
Ian can be heard as a host on the DMB. He has been playing role playing games for most of his life, and his passion for DMing and building home-brew worlds knows no bounds. His own home-brew world is known as Altara.
Host of: DMNastics.
Phil, or Mainprize as most call him, began his journey with the DMB, by creating the popular DMNastics exercises on the forums, and then working alongside Neal on the DMB podcast DMNastics segments. Mainprize creates daily DMNastics exercises every week on the official DMNastics twitter, @DMNastics.
Writer, Producer, Director, and voice of Bob on We're So Bad At Adventuring.
Host on The Dungeon Master's Block.
Andrew Pourciaux loves to create worlds, either through DMing games, writing novels or creating audio dramas. He can sometimes be found with his arm trapped in a sewer grate because he quote "thought he saw a d20 down there."
Host of: DMNastics.
Webmaster for: blockpartypodcastnetwork.com.
Ryan is the current webmaster for the Block Party Podcast Network. He has been roleplaying on and off since 1993 both as a GM and as a player. His first podcast he ever listened to was the Dungeon Master's Block in the middle of 2017, from there he went on to consume all of its content and made his way into the forums as DM Lord Neptune. Now, he is in charge of updating the website as well as adding and refining new features as needed. He has been creating his homebrew world of Telandria for decades, both for a D&D setting as well as the novel he hopes to write some day. Also, he is working hard on designing a new role-playing system named Chimera, a Powered by the Apocalypse RPG where you can mix multiple genres to create one unique world.