About

Justin Dixon

Dix began his adventure into the world of D&D 4 years ago with a group of close friends. Being an avid gamer he had always wanted to start sooner but it just never worked out. Fast forward to today, and he will tell you he has found his calling. He now produces 2 D&D podcasts (Help Action and The Swordcast Adventures), DMs for the acclaimed Portland based pop-up tavern ORCS!ORCS!ORCS!, and is working on having his first set of content published. 

Dix has always been a huge fan of the fantasy genre since he was a kid and can run an amazing classic adventure. What he really takes pride in, however, are his horror themed games. He loves to build tension and leave people on the edge of their seats. He is available to run both online games and also in-the-flesh games for anyone in the Portland, OR area. He is great with groups of all ages and loves teaching new people how to play the game, making him great for groups of new players.

DM FOR HIRE

Hire one of our hosts for your next epic campaign! If your needs don’t match one of our listed options, please reach out to us anyways. We would love to hear what you are looking for and see if we can work with you to make it happen!

IRL Campaign

$ 6 /hr/persom
Only available in the Portland OR area
  • 4-7 players
  • Full-length campaign
  • 4 hour minimum per session
  • Our best deal!

Online campaign

$ 8 /hr/person
Available to all
  • 4-7 players
  • Full-length campaign
  • 4 hour minimum per session
  • Run on Roll20

One-shot Adventure

$ 200 /game
Available both IRL and online
  • 4-7 players
  • Perfect for new players
  • 4-6 hours of gameplay
  • Great for birthdays/gifts

Latest posts from Justin

Checkout the latest D&D articles by Justin Dixon

3 Books For The D&D Noob

  A stealthy rogue, a savage barbarian, a pompous wizard, and the horny bard, all work together to slay ancient dragons and takedown monstrous beasts...

5 Books Any New Dungeon Master Should Own

  Running your first campaign as a dungeon master can be incredibly intimidating. You're creating an entire world for your players to explore while helping...

5 Monsters That Are Underused

  I know what some of you are going to say. Something to the tune of “but my game has those doing something something something”...