About Us

My name is Jason and I'm a long time gamer. It started when I was a young lad and my family would have board game night. This grew into board gaming with my friends, the earliest ones I recall were OGRE and Car Wars by Steve Jackson Games. Gaming continued as I got older and I found myself immersed in RPG's, Dungeons and Dragons, Cyberpunk 2020 and Call of Cthulhu being a few of my favorites. During high school I was introduced to the Milton Bradley Gamemaster series. My friends and I spent hours playing Axis and Allies, Shogun, Fortress America and Conquest of the Empires. When I reached college all of my gaming stopped as I went off to school and it wasn't until years later that I got back into the hobby.

It all began again when I moved to the Washington DC area and discovered the DC Conscripts, an ASL (Advanced Squad Leader) club. I began to learn ASL and got back into board gaming. ASL got me started but I followed it up with Burning Blue, Flying Colors and many, many other games. Soon I was buying up all the old games that I used to play. Lately I have been playing games that are more accessible to non-gamers (read: my wife). With games that are a little less complex I have been able to get her playing. Yay for me!

I am a native Mainer that is currently residing in Waldorf MD. I work as a government contractor (me and everyone else in the greater DC area). I enjoy all kinds of music, but mostly rock or blues, movies and reading.

My name is Ben. I've been playing roleplaying games since a classmate gave me a copy of the Molvay Basic D&D rules and Keep on the Borderlands back in 1980; I've spent the vast majority of the intervening time being a DM/GM/Keeper.


  1. Hey Jason, I was wondering when you interviewed Steve Zieser did you record any of it or was it not recorded?

  2. It was not recorded, I sent him an email with the questions which he answered via email. Sorry!


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