Hi, I’m Justice, an Iranian American writer, dungeon master, and Senior Game Designer for the official Dungeons & Dragons team at Wizards of the Coast.

Before I became a wizard, I was a coffee-loving gremlin over at Beadle & Grimm’s. My freelance portfolio (which is probably not up to date) includes several best-selling DMs Guild titles and freelance work for TTRPG companies such as Critical Role, MCDM, and 2C Gaming.

In my spare time, I enjoy cooking delicious Iranian food for friends and family, noodling on my guitar, and playing lots and lots of D&D. My wife, Samantha, and our two dogs, Willow and Piglet, are my world. Gaming is my passion.

My Tabletop Journey

My first TTRPG experience was with D&D 3.5 Edition in 2013, when a kind Dungeon Master decided to humor my wish to play Beathoven (that’s BEET-hoven), a harpsichord-playing Minotaur ranger who wore a powdered wig. He wielded a musket with an extremely slow reload property he earned during an unnamed war, along with a lingering injury and jaded outlook on life. Beathoven was never the MVP in combat—or really any scenario, for that matter—but every game was rich with storytelling and full of creative freedom. I was hooked.

Though I was a bit of a late bloomer to the world of tabletop, I’ve been a Dungeon Master for nearly a decade now. In that time, I’ve sat behind the screen for countless game nights, most of which for the Company of the Black Blade, an incredible group of players who assemble every Saturday at our home. Adventure awaits!

Where to Find Me

You can follow me on Twitter @justicearman. My views are my own. #WotCStaff