I started my ttrpg journey with 2nd edition D&D by cutting my teeth on The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh with an entire party and an amazing DM to guide me through it all. It was 3rd edition that unlocked my time as a DM, and I have never looked back. This has led to countless hours running games, and countless more thinking about running those games. Stepping into designing and podcasting was the next step and it has been some of the most rewarding parts of my story because of the people I have met and the experiences I have had.

What kind of Game Master are you?

It is hard to pinpoint that without being one of my players, but the easiest way I have found is that the most important piece for me is finding out if my players have had fun. I think adaptability is one of my strongest Game Master, be it the genre of game, the tone, the people, or anything else. Being at a table is one of the best places to be, so it’s hard to be anything but happy to be there.

What kind of games do you like to run?  

Ultimately, the game I want to run is the game that my players would enjoy most. If I could choose for myself it would definitely lean into the high fantasy genre with a lighter tone. That said, having darker moments with tension help to balance any lighter story.

What RPG Games/Systems are you familiar with running?

D&D 5e, Phoenix Dawn Command, Blue Planet, Dadlands RPG

Do you have any projects, products or things you would like to share?

Dungeon Master’s Block podcast for DM advice every week. Ultimate Guide to Hair – https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/334076/The-Ultimate-Guide-to-Hair

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