Mike Hernandez is a blogger for Mythcreants and cohost of the Mythcreants podcast. He holds a degree from Michigan State University, and is currently hard at work on several as-yet unnamed gaming projects. Mike's interest as a follower of spec fic is mainly in science fiction. As a gamer and a creative he has a decade of experience worldbuilding and game mastering.
Episode 97: Superheroes on TV, Part 1
What’s that on your TV screen?
Episode 93: Science Fiction Films With Something to Say
Just because scifi movies have something deeper to say, doesn’t mean that something is good.
Episode 92: Fantasy in Space
Going to another planet and finding gnomes there
Episode 90: GMing for Beginners
The game master has a lot of responsibilities.
Episode 87: Live at GeekGirlCon: Building a Welcoming Game
This weekend is GeekGirlCon 2016, and yesterday the Mythcreants were there hosting a panel: Building a Welcoming Game.
Episode 82: Working With Feedback
Getting feedback is always a perilous experience.
Episode 81: When Good Guys Fight
If you see two superheroes meet for the first time, you know they’re going to fight, but why?
Episode 10: Last Stand
The exciting conclusion of Last Ship of the Republic! Will our heroes triumph in their battle against the evil Empire?
Episode 9: Power Play
At last, our heroes start to think big picture.
Episode 79: Scifi Roleplaying Systems
Do you like dice?
Episode 8: The Best Laid Plans
At last, we return to our good friends, the Ryn.
Episode 7: The Droid of the Hour
At last, our heroes have finally met up with the actual Rebel Alliance! But is that only going to cause more problems?
Episode 77: Time Travel
Technically we’re all time travelers, moving forward at a rate of one second per second.
Episode 6: Space Sick
So remember when we said we weren’t ripping off Battlestar Galactica? Well, we still aren’t.
Episode 5: The Shoe Heard Round the Ship
Tensions on the Cartographer finally build up to dangerous levels.
Episode 75: Endings in Roleplaying Games
Endings are hard enough when you can plan them out in advance and the characters are slaves to your will.