Jay has hosted 100 episodes.
In the fall of 1984, Jay opened his first Basic Set of D&D. It was a gift on his 10th birthday. It had orange dice that he had to color in the numbers with a black crayon. The older teenage kids who lived next door taught him how to play, and he in turn taught all his friends. He went on to play many, many different RPG and table-top battle systems. But there has always been something about D&D that felt like coming home to him. Thirty years later, along with his son, Jay has come home to the game in a big way. He plays at a few different tables each week, and runs his own "limited edition" mini-campaigns during holiday breaks when he can get friends in a room for extended periods for several days in a row. He still has that first set of dice.
Jack has hosted 100 episodes.
The new generation of D&D player: cool, woke, and bespoke. He doesn't care if you remember how to calculate THAC0.