Welcome to HexaGorgon

Who are HexaGorgon?

HexaGorgon comprises of a group of friends who met at the University of Bath and eventually decided we wanted to make things on the internet.

What will you see here?

Articles, Podcasts, Videos and Streams

No seriously, who are you?

Alex

Alex has a lot of half-baked thoughts about video games, and wants to make some of them fully-baked thoughts. He plays too much Path of Exile, Runescape and Guild Wars 2.

Portrait of Animal Crossing avatar wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with an A

AJ

AKA Over-thinker In Chief. AJ loves listicles, customisation, and board games with nice tactile pieces. Always here for the suboptimal plays “because it fits the fiction”.

Profile picture commissioned from the wonderful @willobark

Bear

Bear is a bear, who everyone thinks is a human. A board game, video game and roleplaying nerd, and definitely not a hacker. A real party animal!

Portrait Dan Shaw

Dan

The Web Boffin, head honcho of HexaGorgon.com, which makes sense as he is a Web Developer. He plays a lot of board games, favourites being Patchwork, 7 Wonders & Pandemic Legacy. Expect a few board game reviews from him!

Eddie

About as close as we get to a boss around here, Eddie tells the nerds what to do based on what other nerds tell him needs doing. Self-proclaimed Champion of Dumb Ideas – the more ridiculous a thing sounds the more likely it was his idea.

Jamieson Lock Dressed up as Red Guy
Jamieson will emerge from his quarantine cocoon soon

Jamieson

Jamieson is an MtG and assorted gaming enthusiast who wants to bring his enjoyment and passion for games to everyone. If someone is missing the joke and taking things too literally, it’s probably him.

Stealing the cheese from a young age

Pwal

Pwal is the old man of the group while also being under 30. He is one of the only members of the team who still plays Dota and consistantly sucks at MtG. You can hear his wonderful voice in our RPG podcasts.

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Toby

Toby spends far more of his time staring at lines of code trying to work out what he’s done wrong than he’d like. He’ll be around occasionally, like that friendly uncle you only see at Christmas.