Hi, I’m Justice. I’m an Iranian American game designer based in central Texas.
In addition to penning best-selling DMs Guild adventure supplements such as Devil’s Advocate: A Guide to Infernal Contracts, I work for Beadle & Grimm’s Pandemonium Warehouse, where I tinker away at beautiful boxed sets like the Legendary Edition of Curse of Strahd and the Gold Edition for Eberron: Rising from the Last War. I’ve also written for D&D Adventurer’s League and MCDM’s Arcadia.
By day, I am a surgical clinic manager and coffee-loving gremlin.
My Gaming Journey
My first tabletop gaming experience was 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, and took penalties to any stats requiring him to run, swim, or climb due his a war injury. Beathoven was never the MVP in combat, but the game was rich with storytelling and full of freedom. I was immediately hooked.
Though I was a late bloomer to TTRPGs, I’ve been Dungeon Master for over 7 years. During that time, I’ve been blessed with an incredible group of players that meets at my home every Saturday night. We’re currently playing through Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus.
Where to Find Me
Follow me on Twitter @justice_arman!
My wife, Samantha, and our two dogs, Willow and Piglet, are my world.
D&D is my passion.
Thanks for stopping by.