Besides playing video games growing up, Stewart’s first non-electronic game was Magic the Gathering. Ice Age had just come out, and his older brother got him addicted. Being so much younger than his brother, he never was invited to play Dungeons and Dragons, so when the opportunity arose in college he joined his roommate Jon into meeting this gaming group he knew, so Stewart entered the magical world of D&D. At this point 3rd edition had come out, and Stewart took a trip to the local comic book store, and bought the necessary books, dice, and dice bag. After coming home and trying to explain THACO no longer existed and armor class didn’t have a max, Stewart was finally a bigger nerd than his oldest brother. While he dabbled in some other games (spending way too much money) on Warhammer 40k, Warmachine, D&D 3.5, D&D 4.0, and various others, Stewart has settled on Pathfinder, and of course MajiMonsters. In his spare time, Stewart works as an analyst crunching numbers and putting paper in binders. If there’s one thing he’s glad he did in college, it’s taking a chance to go to some “gaming group” and making life long friends.