DM for Hire: Fantasy Roleplaying Adventures on Demand

Dungeons & Dragons without the need for preparation or know-how. You provide the players, I provide the rest.

Host your own out-of-the box Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying adventure for you and your friends, for birthdays or other celebrations, or as a fun and unique corporate team-building activity.

Everything needed to play is provided, from character sheets, dice, miniatures and, of course, the Game Master. No experience with Dungeons & Dragons is required – you’ll learn by playing.

$150 +HST

  • 4-hour session
  • 6 players, max
  • Serving York Region

Book your adventure!

Serving York Region, Ontario (Canada)

“We had Joe to our house to DM a game with our young nephew and son. 4 of the 5 players had never played before and Joe did an amazing job of explaining game play and making it fun. Great service and we had a blast. Can’t wait to have Joe host for us again!”

– Cristina


“Joe was an awesome DM. Thank you so much for a great game. 5 Stars!”

– Steve

“Joe’s D&D campaigns are blast, full of creative stories and adventure. Time flies so quickly while playing. I started as a beginner but never felt like I couldn’t play this game, as Joe is very supportive, friendly and encouraging. If you want to have an awesome D&D session, just ask Joe to be your Dungeon Master.”

– Nishma B.

“Joe is a gifted storyteller and DM. He is fair, has a great sense of humour, and is passionate about the game. I’ve played several one-shot adventures written and run by him, and they’ve always been a blast.”

– Vic Metcalfe

As long time player of Joe’s, I can wholeheartedly recommend him. He makes the encounters interesting, challenging and most of all fun. His games are more than just dungeon crawls and allow for character development in a D&D setting. He is one of the most creative DMs I have ever had the pleasure of playing with. I highly recommend Joe as a DM.

– Melissa

“Joe is honestly one of the best DMs I’ve ever played with. Not only is he a great storyteller, attentive to his players and very good at giving everyone their moment in the spotlight, but he has beautiful maps and visuals to go along with that stellar storytelling. You and your friends will be in for a treat.”

– Jodi Krangle

“I was a player in several of Joe’s D&D games. and I had an amazing time in each one. Joe is a welcoming and engaging DM with superb improv skills. He always ensures that his players have a great time with the adventure and with each other. He’s also kind, helpful and patient when teaching new players. Joe’s amazing stories and high-quality maps and miniatures ensure that each adventure is immersive and unforgettable. I highly recommend Joe’s adventures regardless of whether you’re a new or seasoned player of D&D!”

– Fantasia Qian

Standalone Adventures

Attendees play a 4-hour standalone role-playing adventure. A standalone aventure is one in which the adventure commences and concludes in that single session. It does not continue from a previous adventure nor does it lead to a subsequent one. You earn your victory (or defeat) in that single session!


Age Appropriateness

Players should be capable of sitting still and paying attention for 4 hours, listening quietly while others are speaking, and expressing themselves clearly. Parents of young players should be aware that the role-playing adventures are similar in tone and content to the Lord of the Rings movies, including imagined scenes of fantasy violence and descriptions of frightening creatures.


Novices Welcome!

New players require no knowledge of how to play Dungeons & Dragons. You’ll learn the best way: by playing.

Joe, your Game Master

I’m an illustrator and graphic designer with a lifelong passion for Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop role-playing games. I’ve been designing and running D&D adventures since 2015 for long-term campaigns and a monthly tabletop roleplaying games meetup. When I’m not working in my home studio, I’m running homebrew D&D campaigns, practicing martial arts, biking, hiking or venturing solo into Algonquin Park’s backcountry to occasionally get away from it all.