Episode Six: Interview with Rich Thomas

Onyx Pathcast

In which Matthew and Dixie interview the boss, Rich Thomas. And Eddy gets put into a cupboard. Again.

  • Eddy gets kidnapped into the cupboard again
  • Matthew and Dixie talk to the boss, Rich Thomas!
  • Rich talks about his time as art director (among many titles) in the early days of White Wolf Publishing
  • Rich’s work as an artist in Vampire: The Masquerade, as well as one of the first 49 on Magic: The Gathering
  • Working on television graphics in Philadelphia and meeting his wife, Lisa
  • CCP, the World of Darkness MMO, and the formation of Onyx Path Publishing
  • The build up to the new World of Darkness/Chronicles of Darkness. Did the Chronicles of Darkness “kill” White Wolf?
  • Creative highlights that Onyx Path has hit: W20 Ultra-Deluxe covers, Pugmire and worldbuilding, bringing back original creators, and second edition Chronicles of Darkness games
  • How does Rich handle when a game loses a key figure midway through the development cycle?
  • Richard Dansky, Wraith 20th, and the integrated nature of the game design community
  • Matthew unleashes the emergency questions!
  • Cavaliers of Mars, Pugmire, and They Came From Beneath The Sea!
  • Humor in RPGs
  • Your questions! Did we ask yours?
  • The Salubri are the worst
  • Rich talks about playing in Eddy’s V20 game
  • V5 products from Onyx Path being discussed
  • Gangster Pitbulls!
  • Rich is into the experiences and stories, not the design
  • “White Wolf is not dead”
  • Which of us is the favorite?
  • Time for rapid fire word association!
  • Matthew breaks Eddy out of the cupboard
  • We talk about our convention schedule for the rest of the year

  4 comments for “Episode Six: Interview with Rich Thomas

  1. Maudova
    June 8, 2018 at 3:16 pm


  2. Troy
    June 8, 2018 at 7:01 pm

    I’m starting to think that Eddy and Rich have some kind of Banner/Hulk relationship…

    • richt
      June 8, 2018 at 8:24 pm

      “That’s my secret, Cap. I’m always Eddy!”

  3. Josh Stotz
    June 11, 2018 at 11:13 am

    Awesome and Informative as always.

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