A jack of all trades (or an extreme example of multi-classing), Gamefiend, a.k.a Quinn Murphy has been discussing, playing and designing games straight out of the womb. He is the owner and Editor-in-Chief of this site and an aspiring game designer/freelancer. As you would assume, he is a huge fan of 4e.
Gentian cheats at Battleship. She is happily married to the Gamefiend.
I started Dungeon Mastering with secondhand AD&D materials in 1996 and have run a vast number of D20 campaigns, from cliche’ medieval adventures in a kingdom made of Lego bricks to fighting zombies and the mob in the mid 1930s. I try to make the gaming experience as enjoyable, fast-paced, and easy to play as humanly possible.
At the age of eight JackOfHearts was invited to play Dungeons & Dragons during summer camp by kids that were much cooler than him. When he wasn’t working on the family farm or practicing tennis, he spent much of his teen years reading fantasy novels and playing games of the role playing, collectible card, tabletop, and video varieties. He’s now a nine-to-fiver who never forgot the joy of descending into a tomb for forgotten treasures.
Milambus, aka Jake Fitch, has been a lifelong player of video games,card games, and board games. With the recent release of the Fourth Edition of Dungeons & Dragons he finally decided to start playing tabletop RPGs. He keeps informed on all the latest news from WotC, and RPG bloggers/podcasters and then shares that information with you.
Rudolf Kraus began playing in D&D in a garage at the tender age of nine years old, and is still going strong. Now, though, his out-of-game interests in efficiency and consistency have affected the way he plays and runs games. Hopefully for the better.