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Dungeon
Masters


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In-depth
Stories

Whether you pick an adventure module or an original campaign, a lot of detail is paid to the story told and your character’s part in it.

An
Inclusive
Table

Everyone gets a time to shine, and no one gets left out. Your fun at the table matters to us.

All
the Supplies

We’re combing the internet for the best online play resources! Animated maps, beautiful dungeons, and more await.

Beginner
or
Avid Player?

Never played an RPG before or haven’t played in years? Don’t worry. We’ll teach you everything you need. Play often? We have some great stuff for you too!

Get the
Family Together

Want to start a game for your family or your children and their friends? We have day and evening slots available.

Team
Building

Looking for a different sort of after work experience for you and your co-workers? Grab your favorite drink and your sturdiest longsword. We’ll kill some monsters and tell some stories together.

Productivity is known to go up 500% after slaying a dragon.

 **This statement is supported by exactly zero scientists.

Any
Setting

We can do single games for birthday parties, team building exercises, or Bachelorette/ Bachelor parties. Treat your staff and yourself.

Experience

Between us all, we have several decades of experience.

Aside from running games, we stream them professionally, create content, and write for various RPGs.

We’re involved in this deep.

Book a Game


Now!

Want to start gaming
and not sure how?

Let us help!

In-depth
Stories

Whether you pick an adventure module or an original campaign, a lot of detail is paid to the story told and your character’s part in it.

An
Inclusive
Table

Everyone gets a time to shine, and no one gets left out. Your fun at the table matters to us.


All
the Supplies

We’re combing the internet for the best online play resources! Animated maps, beautiful dungeons, and more await.

Beginner
or
Avid Player?

Never played an RPG before or haven’t played in years? Don’t worry. We’ll teach you everything you need. Play often? We have some great stuff for you too!


Get the
Family Together

Want to start a game for your family or your children and their friends? We have day and evening slots available.

Team
Building

Looking for a different sort of after work experience for you and your co-workers? Grab your favorite drink and your sturdiest longsword. We’ll kill some monsters and tell some stories together.

Productivity is known to go up 500% after slaying a dragon.

 **This statement is supported by exactly zero scientists.


Any
Setting

We can do single games for birthday parties, team building exercises, or Bachelorette/ Bachelor parties. Treat your staff and yourself.

Experience

Between us all, we have several decades of experience.

Aside from running games, we stream them professionally, create content, and write for various RPGs.

We’re involved in this deep.

Book a Game


Now!

Our Team
of
Masters

James Crane

(He,Him)

James first got into D&D during its second edition. He attended a sleepover at a friends house and one of their regular players didn’t make it. I can’t remember the character’s name, but he was a fighter and he had a ring of wishes. The game took place in a dungeon (he had no idea that was a default in those days) and the party ran into a gelatinous cube full of strange items. It felt downright magical. James knew two things at that moment: he was hooked on the game and he couldn’t wait to be a Dungeon Master.
Games
you can run- Dungeons and Dragons 5th Ed. – Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Ed. – – Tales from the Loop​ – Star Trek Adventures​ – Mutant Year Zero​ – Pugmire​- Savage Worlds​ – Monster of the Week​ – Vampire the Masquerade​ – Conan: Adventures in an Age Undreamed Of​ – Call of Cthulu​ – Lamentations of the Flame Princess​ – Dread​ – Blades in the Dark – Scum and Villainy – Band of Blades – A host of small indie RPGs (Microscope, Fiasco!!, A Quiet Year, etc.)​Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”It was a long running campaign. One of the players fell off a cliff. Unknown to the other players, he was saved by the big villain. Me and the one player played sessions in secret for weeks before eventually reintroducing his character… and the villain. It was a great moment!”Favorite Part
of the Game”Story.
It has multiple writers:
the players, myself, and the mechanics of the game itself.”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)GOT, Dragonlance, Kushiel’s Legacy, The Black Company, Lord of the Rings, and Conan.
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James Crane

(He,Him)

James first got into D&D during its second edition. He attended a sleepover at a friends house and one of their regular players didn’t make it. I can’t remember the character’s name, but he was a fighter and he had a ring of wishes. The game took place in a dungeon (he had no idea that was a default in those days) and the party ran into a gelatinous cube full of strange items. It felt downright magical. James knew two things at that moment: he was hooked on the game and he couldn’t wait to be a Dungeon Master.
Games
you can run- Dungeons and Dragons 5th Ed. – Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Ed. – – Tales from the Loop​ – Star Trek Adventures​ – Mutant Year Zero​ – Pugmire​- Savage Worlds​ – Monster of the Week​ – Vampire the Masquerade​ – Conan: Adventures in an Age Undreamed Of​ – Call of Cthulu​ – Lamentations of the Flame Princess​ – Dread​ – Blades in the Dark – Scum and Villainy – Band of Blades – A host of small indie RPGs (Microscope, Fiasco!!, A Quiet Year, etc.)​Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”It was a long running campaign. One of the players fell off a cliff. Unknown to the other players, he was saved by the big villain. Me and the one player played sessions in secret for weeks before eventually reintroducing his character… and the villain. It was a great moment!”Favorite Part
of the Game”Story.
It has multiple writers:
the players, myself, and the mechanics of the game itself.”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)GOT, Dragonlance, Kushiel’s Legacy, The Black Company, Lord of the Rings, and Conan.
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Micah is an illustrator and writer currently DMing and designing homebrew content for D&D5e. After getting into D&D a few years back all his passions and interests clicked into place; world building, illustration, game design, role play, fantasy/sci-fi, and character writing! Now he is hard at work to bring these fantastical worlds to life. Games
you can runD&D 5e Modules & HomebrewMost
Memorable Moment
as DMOn a snowy mountain peak my players slayed a group of warlocks attempting to corrupt a silver dragon egg. They saved the egg, fended off a frost giant skeleton and then caused an avalanche to stop a nearby demonic invasion! Huzzah! Favorite Part
of the GameDesigning dungeons and battle maps to provide interesting obstacles and challenges for my players to overcome. Creating the perfect atmosphere through music, dialogue, descriptions and sound effects. Creating stories that both entertain and surprise my players. Making weird npcs my players will have a riot interacting with. Incorporating the player character’s backstory and motivations in interesting ways throughout the narrative through npc & environment interactions.Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)Video Games such as knights of the old republic 2, bloodborne, dark souls, pillars of eternity and divinity original sin 2 all come to mind. The book Dune has been a huge inspiration in all my creative work. Movies like Mad Max: Fury Road, Snowpiercer, Dredd, Bladerunner 2049, and Arrival which have excellent character writing and world building. For comics I love me some manga like berserk, one piece, and pluto. Worlds that all feel fleshed out and vibrant, places you want to dive into and explore.
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Micah Ables

(He,Him)

Micah Ables

(He,Him)

Micah is an illustrator and writer currently DMing and designing homebrew content for D&D5e. After getting into D&D a few years back all his passions and interests clicked into place; world building, illustration, game design, role play, fantasy/sci-fi, and character writing! Now he is hard at work to bring these fantastical worlds to life. Games
you can runD&D 5e Modules & HomebrewMost
Memorable Moment
as DMOn a snowy mountain peak my players slayed a group of warlocks attempting to corrupt a silver dragon egg. They saved the egg, fended off a frost giant skeleton and then caused an avalanche to stop a nearby demonic invasion! Huzzah! Favorite Part
of the GameDesigning dungeons and battle maps to provide interesting obstacles and challenges for my players to overcome. Creating the perfect atmosphere through music, dialogue, descriptions and sound effects. Creating stories that both entertain and surprise my players. Making weird npcs my players will have a riot interacting with. Incorporating the player character’s backstory and motivations in interesting ways throughout the narrative through npc & environment interactions.Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)Video Games such as knights of the old republic 2, bloodborne, dark souls, pillars of eternity and divinity original sin 2 all come to mind. The book Dune has been a huge inspiration in all my creative work. Movies like Mad Max: Fury Road, Snowpiercer, Dredd, Bladerunner 2049, and Arrival which have excellent character writing and world building. For comics I love me some manga like berserk, one piece, and pluto. Worlds that all feel fleshed out and vibrant, places you want to dive into and explore.
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Justin Dixon

(He,Him)
goes by Dix

Dix has been DMing for the last few years and is part of a number of professional Dungeons & Dragons productions. He produces and stars in both Help Action and The Swordcast Adventures and works with the acclaimed pop-up tavern Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! Dix enjoys creating his own content for his games and is working on having some of that work published in the future.Games
you can runD&D 5e, Dread, Fiasco, could probably learn Call of Cthulhu pretty easily, have played it but not run it. Willing to learn other systems.Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”One of the highlights of my DMing career was my first night working with the acclaimed pop-up tavern Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! I met a ton of amazing people and had a blast running the Lovecraftian adaptation that I wrote for that evening.
I was interviewed by and featured in the video for the Hypocritical Troll Youtube channel that was there recording that evening.
“Favorite Part
of the Game”Roleplaying and storytelling!
I am all about getting people into their characters and having them explore tense, emotional situations that create unforgettably memorable interactions between players. That is definitely what made me fall in love with this game.”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)Everything Horror (huge fan), The Dark Crystal, The Neverending Story, Mad Max, 80’s movies, and old school jrpg video games.
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Justin Dixon

(He,Him)
goes by Dix

Dix has been DMing for the last few years and is part of a number of professional Dungeons & Dragons productions. He produces and stars in both Help Action and The Swordcast Adventures and works with the acclaimed pop-up tavern Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! Dix enjoys creating his own content for his games and is working on having some of that work published in the future.Games
you can runD&D 5e, Dread, Fiasco, could probably learn Call of Cthulhu pretty easily, have played it but not run it. Willing to learn other systems.Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”One of the highlights of my DMing career was my first night working with the acclaimed pop-up tavern Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! I met a ton of amazing people and had a blast running the Lovecraftian adaptation that I wrote for that evening.
I was interviewed by and featured in the video for the Hypocritical Troll Youtube channel that was there recording that evening.
“Favorite Part
of the Game”Roleplaying and storytelling!
I am all about getting people into their characters and having them explore tense, emotional situations that create unforgettably memorable interactions between players. That is definitely what made me fall in love with this game.”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)Everything Horror (huge fan), The Dark Crystal, The Neverending Story, Mad Max, 80’s movies, and old school jrpg video games.
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Mikayla Ebel

(they/she)

“I’m Mikayla, a nonbinary Dungeon Master located in Portland, OR. I joined the D&D scene in 2016 and have been professionally running online and in-person games ever since at home & at Orcs! Orcs! Orcs!”
Games
you can run- Dungeons and Dragons 5th Ed. Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”In one wild Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! game, my adventurers were transformed into geese while on a train-car dungeon. They were, in fact, terrible geese. Watching them wholeheartedly commit to making gosly mischief was one of the best memories of my DMing career.”Favorite Part
of the Game”Group roleplay, describing creepy locations, and when players help me invent the world as we play!”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)Acquisitions Incorporated: The “C” Team; Spirited Away; Redwall; The Raven Cycle; Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
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“I’m Mikayla, a nonbinary Dungeon Master located in Portland, OR. I joined the D&D scene in 2016 and have been professionally running online and in-person games ever since at home & at Orcs! Orcs! Orcs!”
Games
you can run- Dungeons and Dragons 5th Ed. Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”In one wild Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! game, my adventurers were transformed into geese while on a train-car dungeon. They were, in fact, terrible geese. Watching them wholeheartedly commit to making gosly mischief was one of the best memories of my DMing career.”Favorite Part
of the Game”Group roleplay, describing creepy locations, and when players help me invent the world as we play!”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)Acquisitions Incorporated: The “C” Team; Spirited Away; Redwall; The Raven Cycle; Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
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Mikayla Ebel

(they/she)

Corinne McCrory

(She,Her)

“Compared to some, I am new to DMing, but I’ve been told I’m a natural. I love to help my players tell a good story, and the Rule of Cool reigns supreme. As a non-professional streamer who gives it my all, I run games, I play in games, and I’m becoming known for my NPC voices. If you want to see my style, check out Scarred Lands: Purge of the Serpentholds on The Onyx Path’s twitch.”Games
you can runD&D 5e, Scarred Lands (5e Variant), Lengendlore (5e Variant), Monster of the Week (PbtA), MonsterHearts 2 (PbtA)Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”Recently, I created a sports competition for my players to be spectators at. They spent two hours roleplaying/interacting with this scenario while on a break from the main quest…and I didn’t have the heart to rush them along. By the end of the session, my players said they had never laughed so hard before, even if I gave them a bit of emotional whiplash when the main quest eventually had to rear its head. They enjoyed the hell out of it though, and they’re still laughing about it weeks later.”Favorite Part
of the Game”I love when my players surprise me with a course of action I didn’t consider. Whether it is silly, ingenious, creative, or downright dastardly…I just love seeing the inventive ways players tackle problems.”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)”I love a good mystery, so a lot of my writing and character tropes for campaigns come from the mystery/suspense genre. I am also a huuuuuge comic book nerd, so Marvel often pops up as a prominent influence.”
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Corinne McCrory

(She,Her)

“Compared to some, I am new to DMing, but I’ve been told I’m a natural. I love to help my players tell a good story, and the Rule of Cool reigns supreme. As a non-professional streamer who gives it my all, I run games, I play in games, and I’m becoming known for my NPC voices. If you want to see my style, check out Scarred Lands: Purge of the Serpentholds on The Onyx Path’s twitch.”Games
you can runD&D 5e, Scarred Lands (5e Variant), Lengendlore (5e Variant), Monster of the Week (PbtA), MonsterHearts 2 (PbtA)Most
Memorable Moment
as DM”Recently, I created a sports competition for my players to be spectators at. They spent two hours roleplaying/interacting with this scenario while on a break from the main quest…and I didn’t have the heart to rush them along. By the end of the session, my players said they had never laughed so hard before, even if I gave them a bit of emotional whiplash when the main quest eventually had to rear its head. They enjoyed the hell out of it though, and they’re still laughing about it weeks later.”Favorite Part
of the Game”I love when my players surprise me with a course of action I didn’t consider. Whether it is silly, ingenious, creative, or downright dastardly…I just love seeing the inventive ways players tackle problems.”Favorite RPG inspiration
(books, movies, comics, etc.)”I love a good mystery, so a lot of my writing and character tropes for campaigns come from the mystery/suspense genre. I am also a huuuuuge comic book nerd, so Marvel often pops up as a prominent influence.”
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Testimonials

Testimonials

“DM James is the BEST! He ran a 3-hour campaign for our son’s 12th birthday party. Our group of adventurers had a broad age range (5th – 7th graders) and varying levels of D&D experience. He kept all the kids engaged while intuitively assessing their energy and giving them breaks when needed. The game was thoughtfully prepared, expertly run, and everyone had a blast! If you are looking for expert D&D guidance, professional communication, and FUN, look no further than DM James!”
Sarah
Sarah
Being a first time player thrown into 5E with half a group of strangers I was definitely intimidated, but Justin handled it like an absolute professional. Everything from world building, to coordination, to simply always ensuring we had the correct tools (both in and outside of the game) to make the experience both approachable yet immersive Justin had it covered. His excitement and love for the game blends perfectly into the amazing settings, quests, and locations We had the privilege of entering. All in all I’m greatly appreciative that my first soirée into the world of D&D was taken with him behind the wheel. Can’t wait for our next session buddy, let’s get it!
-James S Smith
Dixon is an excellent and engaging DM. After trying to find a group for years, I am glad I ended up in one of his campaigns. He is decisive, knowledgeable, immersive, not afraid to act in character, and always manages to keep the adventure on track (despite the party’s efforts) without railroading or forcing us along. He puts personality into his NPC’s and adds vivid descriptions to environments. He also seamlessly transitioned our session to an online format, when we had to so, without missing a beat. Great DM 11/10.
Dave Collins
Dave Collins
“Morri is one of the best DMs I’ve ever had. She is very knowledgeable about DnD and can craft enjoyable oneshots, even on just an hour’s notice. The adventures only get more fun over time as she crafts them to fit the party beautifully, all the while keeping open channels of communication to make sure it stays that way. She is clever, witty, funny, good tempered, and occasionally devious which is a great combination in a DM. Morri really is one of the best.”
Alli
Alli
If you want an enthusiastic DM who cares about the comfort of his players, Micah’s your guy. His games are inclusive, full of adorable and vibrant characters, and super fun!
Emily
Emily
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