Games

I’m currently capable of running 20+ systems covering all sorts of genres.  I’m a quick study, so if there’s a specific system you want to play but can’t find a Game Master for I can help.   If you are able to provide me with the materials, I will learn the system and prep a game for you!

Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition
The standard of roleplaying. Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is a pen-and-paper fantasy roleplaying game that has gone through many iterations. In it, players design characters to roleplay and complete missions and challenges presented by the Dungeon Master (DM), fighting enemies and solving puzzles along the way. The storyline of each game is normally free-form: the DM can decide what to include and the players contribute their own unique playstyles. This game is set in a medieval time period, so everything is somewhat old-fashioned. The game is aged 10+, as it has swallow-able pieces and younger kids will find it sort of hard due to the amount of content.

Pathfinder 1st and 2nd Edition.
Pathfinder is a fantasy tabletop roleplaying game that is based on the 3.5 D&D system. In the game, players assume the role of characters within an interactive story.  The Game Master controls the game’s story and inhabitants, while the other players usually control a single character each.

Toon
A wacky game where people take on the role of cartoon characters.  Each session is an episode, filled with Looney Tunes style antics and over the top cartoon humor.  You can literally play as anything you can imagine.   Easy to learn, great for all ages.

Star Wars Roleplaying
A custom dice system from Fantasy Flight, set in the Star Wars universe.  Designed to focus on a lot of Star Wars action and adventuresMake you rag tag group of rebels and travel to adventures in a galaxy far, far way.

Star Trek Adventures
Space, the final frontier.  Star Trek Adventures by Modiphius takes place in all the different eras (TOS, TNG, DS9) of the classic space series.  You get to make your own character, as well as command multiple other members of your crew.

Blades in the Dark
A game about a crew of daring scoundrels seeking their fortunes on the haunted streets of an industrial-fantasy city. There are heists, chases, occult mysteries, dangerous bargains, bloody skirmishes, and, above all, riches to be had — if you’re bold enough to seize them. You and your fledgling crew must thrive amidst the threats of rival gangs, powerful noble families, vengeful ghosts, the Bluecoats of the city watch, and the siren song of your scoundrel’s own vices. Will you rise to power in the criminal underworld? What are you willing to do to get to the top?

Tales from the Loop
In this roleplaying game in the vein of E.T. and Stranger Things. You’ll play kids in the 80’s solving mysteries connected to the Loop, a particle accelerator facility that cause all kinds of strange occurrences.  Based on the artwork of Simon Stalenhag.

Things from the Flood
The sequel to Tales from the Loop, now you play as disillusioned teenagers in the 90’s.

Timewatch
You play a team that works for Timewatch: a interdimensional historical peacekeeping crew.  Basically Legends of Tomorrow the game.  You can play as a psychic dinosaur amongst other things.

Adventures in Middle Earth
Set in J R R Tolkien’s Middle Earth.  Uses 5th edition D&D rules with some exciting additions.  If you’re a Lord of the Rings fan, this is the perfect game for you.

Ten Candles
A collaborative story telling games with spooky overtones.  Everyone works together to create and survive in a post electric apocalypse while constantly being chased by supernatural creatures.  Played with only 10 candles to be your light source, when they all go out, you all die.  Very spooky atmospheric style game.

Monster of the Week
A standalone action-horror RPG for 3-5 people. Hunt high school beasties a la Buffy the Vampire Slayer, travel the country to bring down unnatural creatures like the Winchester brothers of Supernatural, or head up the government investigation like Mulder and Scully.  Uses the quick and easy to learn Apocalypse system. Powered by Apocalypse!

MASKS
Another Apocalypse system RPG.  Easy to learn superhero game where everyone plays as teenage heroes struggling with angst, growing up, and super villain schemes.

The Sprawl
Yet another Powered by Apocalypse system.  This one is set in a cyber punk future setting.  You and your crew are all cybernetically enhanced players, running jobs and fighting for survival in a neon chrome future.

Abberant
A chunky, d20 system superhero game.   Set in 2008 in a world where super-powered humans started appearing one day in 1998.  he game deals with how the players’ meta human characters (called “novas”) fit into a mundane world when they most definitely are not mundane, as well as how the mundane populace react to the sudden emergence of novas.

Pugmire
Another 5th edition D&D rule using game.  In this version you play an anthropomorphic dogs in a magical fantasy world.  Adventure, solve mysteries, and always strive to be a good dog.

Check back here often! I learn new systems all the time!