Dungeon Master for Hire!

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WELCOME TO DUNGEON MASTER FOR HIRE


Are you lacking a little adventure in your life?  Have you heard people talking about role-playing games like, 'Dungeons and Dragons', and wondered what it's all about?  Would you and your friends like to try a game but you don't own the books, or know anyone who plays?  Well look no further!

Dungeon Master for Hire is a rpg-hosting service that brings the dungeon to your door, anywhere in the GTA, (Greater Toronto Area).  Each 4 hour session includes 3 dimensional dungeons, creepy sound effects and other game-enhancing surprises, for an unforgettable gaming experience!  Book a group game for you and your friends, play in a group of people you don't know in the Monthly Dungeon Challenge, (at my dungeon!), or even play one-on-one with the Dungeon Master in solo play!  Dungeon Master for Hire has just celebrated it's first year of operation and is going strong!  Let the adventure continue...

PRICES

Group Play:  4-6 players for 4 hours   
                     $20 each player
(each additional hour $5 per player)

Dungeon Challenge:  5 hrs
                                     $25 each player

Solo Play:  $25 per hour

 Around the time that I started this business, I had the good fortune enough to make some connections with a some awesome individuals from a production company who thought that a Dungeons and Dragons scenario would be a great idea for a music video for one of their clients; a music group called Badbadnotgood.  This video was directed by Fantavious Fritz and produced by Jason Aita. The band, Badbadnotgood, includes Matthew Tavares on keys, Chester Hansen on bass, Leland Whitty on saxophone, and Alexander Sowinski on drums. They are known for their interpretations of hip hop tracks and their collaborations with Tyler, The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Danny Brown, and Ghostface Killah.


Anyway, enjoy the video, and watch for my promotional bit at the end. I love the way it turned out. A very cool experience.  My thanks to the band and to Fantavious Fritz and Jason Aita for including me in this project.