You’re a GM, and you want to be friends with your players.
But they might not like you.
So, which GMs are your best friends?
We asked our experts to pick the top GMs of the year.
First up: Jayce Gath, a veteran of the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) tabletop game and the author of the popular D&D Adventures, Dragon Age: Origins, and Dungeon Master’s Guide to D&DS.
Gath told us, “I feel that the most successful GMs in the industry are those who really get into their characters.
They really feel them.
They make sure their characters are really well-rounded, with depth, and that they feel like they can really play to their strengths.”
He’s also an experienced game designer, having helped make the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and D&d: The Dungeon Master.
Gather your heroes: JaycGath (left) and JayceGath.
JayceGoth (right) with his wife, Katie.
JaycGoth and KatieGath in the basement of their home in Austin, Texas.
Jayce, the young GM from Austin, has been a GM for 10 years and is now the owner of Jayce’s GMing studio, Jayce Gaming.
Jay has a lot of experience as a game designer and a game master.
Jay said, “One of the things I love about being a GM is that you get to have a lot more freedom.
You have more control over what you’re putting into the game, and how the game is going to play.
I think that’s really important to me, too. “
Jayce is the kind of GM that you’ll want to hang out with, whether it’s a regular gamer, a casual gamer, or someone who just wants to play a game and have fun.
I think that’s really important to me, too.
I love hanging out with people who are super-serious about gaming.
I want to hear from them, because I feel that it’s something that I can learn a lot from.
You’re just hanging out.
You don’t have to be a big fan of it.
You can be an avid gamer, but if you really enjoy it, I think you can find it.”
Jayce has been the GM of Jayc’s GMING studio since August, when he and Katie took over the business.
“I’ve always wanted to be the GM,” Jayce told us.
“It’s just something that has always been something that my dad and my uncle taught me.”
He said that he loves the role, but that he’s always had to work on it.
“If I don’t play, I have to get my shit together and make sure that I’m doing it the right way,” he said.
Jaye, the new GM, from Austin.
Jay, the owner and developer of Jaygoth, which Jayce owns and operates.
JayGoth has a strong background in tabletop gaming, having previously worked on the Pathfinder RPG and the Dragon Age series.
He’s been GMing for 10+ years, and has been able to help build a number of successful games, including the Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku, Dragonball Super: The Adventure Continues, Dragon Slayer, Dragon Warrior: The Legend of the Dragon Warriors, Dragon Quest X: A New Beginning, and Dragon Age 2: The Wild Hunt.
He told us that it was his passion for role-playing that led him to pursue a career in game design.
“In high school, I spent hours at Dungeons & D&D,” Jayc said.
“There was one day I was sitting in my class with my dad.
We’d been playing Dungeons & Dice for ages.
He said, ‘I love this game, but you need to learn the rules.
I really want you to be good at Dungeons and Dice, because this is how you get the most out of the game.’
I was like, ‘Dad, I don.
He said ‘you should just do it.
Jaygth told us he has been playing games since he was 4 years old, and was a “frequent user” of the online multiplayer gaming service World of Warcraft. “
I wanted to do the same thing for video games, and I got into video games because of my dad,” Jaygath said.
Jaygth told us he has been playing games since he was 4 years old, and was a “frequent user” of the online multiplayer gaming service World of Warcraft.
“My dad and I have played WoW for a long time,” he explained.
“So I know what it’s like to play with your friends, and the fact that