Max Hobbs

Max has been DMing nonstop for the past 19 years, with experience in 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th edition and a deep love of the game. He provides an exciting and high energy environment perfect for both new players and veterans alike, supporting the creativity and imagination of players of all ages. His games have been popular draws and main-stays at conventions and events like Orcs! Orcs! Orcs! and PAX. 

  When you play at Max’s table expect games that allow you to lead the narrative and explore what interests you, changing the world and risking it all to achieve your goals. He really shines during horror themed adventures like Curse of Strahd and his own scary home brew adventures! His dedication to NPC relationships and atmosphere will let you dive deep into these strange and wonderful worlds!


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/person
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

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