Our story

Dungeons & Dragons is one of the most engaging, inspiring and fun ways to spend your free time. Or at least, that’s what we think. Since getting into D&D can sometimes seem like a daunting task, we make sure it’s easy and accessible for everybody. You don’t even need to be a nerd, it’s fun for “normal” people too!

Almost all our gaming material is custom made and easy to use. All characters and adventures are created and tested by us. It’s plug & play, and we make sure our characters and adventures are engaging for both people who’re new to the game and D&D veterans. 

The team behind Pub Heroes consists of Daniel Devoy, Cesco Homminga, and Menno Wierdsma. Together, they have over 50 years of experience in playing, running and creating Dungeons & Dragons games.

Our team

Cesco Homminga

With experience as entrepreneur and event manager I make sure our Pub Heroes sessions run smoothly, and our guests are happy. I also take care of the business side, because someone has to watch over the party’s treasure!

I love running and playing games with epic mystery and ancient lore, and how world-changing events affect the common folk. Moral ambiguity is a theme that interests me greatly, and D&D is a wonderful tool to discover it. But mostly, I want to give my players a good time.

Menno Wierdsma

With a background in teaching and research and a love of stories, I’m interested in how we can bring tabletop roleplaying games like D&D to more people. During Pub Heroes sessions, I roam the different tables for both support and personal enjoyment: watching D&D is almost as much fun as playing it.

I enjoy playing Dungeons and Dragons for the time my friends and I get to hang out, next to the obvious benefits of living through heroic adventures in fantastical realms. As a DM, I enjoy myself best when I do nothing, sit back and watch the players discuss the nuances of a particular plan or strategy, as they breathe life into a world that began with me, but is now just as much theirs.

Daniel Devoy

With ten years as a writer and singer under my belt, entertaining a crowd and connecting with strangers on an emotional level as we share a story is my passion. As well as helping with the planning of the sessions, I usually try to find a table front and centre, ready to meet and play with newbies and veterans alike.

I want my players to leave each session wondering what could have been, fully immersed in the world being presented. And I hope to foster an atmosphere that encourages everyone to come out of their shell and leave their worries behind for a few hours as we slay some dragons!

Meet our Dungeon Masters


I like surprising players with fantastic locations and challenging encounters, all while making sure that any type of role-player has the best time imaginable.


I’m a media innovation teacher and audio producer that loves the absurd – let’s see how weird we can get!


I love to run games where roleplay is taken to its most comical extreme. If you join me you’re in for accents, improvisation and all-out-fun!


The best part about being DM is giving life to the world through storytelling, a world in which the players take the lead. I won’t tell you “No” at my table, I will only ask you “How?”


A good story is like a seed, growing into the tallest of trees, the prettiest of flowers, or the softest grass. As a DM, I try to be the caring gardener every story needs to bloom and grow.


Since the creation of my first character Phileas the Filthy, I have fallen in love with D&D. As a DM, I usually run spooky games!


A forever DM by choice training to be a game designer and writer with a love for roleplay and acting. Expect the unexpected for a story we shall weave together.


Every single one of my players is an awesome adventurer. That is the mindset I like to DM with. As your DM I show how awesome your and your dice’s decisions make you!


Playing D&D about 20 years, love collective storytelling. Horror is great, but I’m also game for riding unicorns across the rainbow and even sci-fi!


Trying to bring what’s in my head to the table. My thoughts are usually: It’s Adventure Time!