You can’t spell Game Master without “pretentious.” Well, you can, actually. But let’s pretend you can’t so I can make a point. My point is a good Game Master needs a lot of big, fancy words at their disposal to make their flavor text as confusing as possible. Oops. I mean engaging, not confusing.
The voice and producer of GM Word of the Week, he is also a Freelance Tabletop Game Editor and Writer as well as a long time podcaster. He has written and edited for Fantasy Flight Games' Star Wars RPGs, Modiphius Entertainment's Mutant Chronicles and Infinity RPGs and several others. He is currently working on his own Transit RPG. Twitter: @Fiddleback
The writer and researcher for each episode of GM Word of the Week. He is a long time player and GM for a variety of gaming systems, though his favorite system remains Dungeons & Dragons. He is a published game writer and also writes TheAngryGM.com where he dispenses GMing advice with attitude. He is definitely and specifically not working on his own game system. Twitter: @TheAngryGm