The Dungeon Fox story:
I (Wolfsfox) met Bork in high school orchestra. When we started dating in 2009, Bork introduced to me AD&D, coming my dungeon master as I joined his family’s game of Sabre River. At first I played a halfling rogue nick-named “Stubs” through the Sabre River module. After completing that module I was able create my first character- a half elf Druid. There was so much hope and freedom paging through Pop’s old (and sometimes duct-taped) manuals from the 80’s.
As I went off to collage fall of 2011 we only got a few weekend games in during the year (the longest being on New Years Eve) but I was introduced to the game Neverwinter Nights (Diamond Edition) where Bork and I frequently got to adventure and role play on a server called Harrowport. This is eventually how I got the name Wolfsfox. I was primarily a Druid with a fox tail and ears (role played as a shape shifting accident) and Bork played a wol-were character. Bork had been on the Harrowport server a long time prior to me joining so I was always introduced and known as the Wolf’s Fox. Eventually we both became GM staff on the server and spent many hundreds of hours on the server running events, playing with others and enjoying the story of our server before it went down.
My first ever gming experience was for Pathfinder 1E running the adventure series “The Council of Thieves.” This started the gming bug. As The Council of Thieves was so sporadic in scheduling, a second Pathfinder 1E campaign was started: Reign of Winter. Reign of Winter lasted 3 years and the characters successfully completed all the adventure modules along with many side quest adventures of my own.