Dog Might Games
We combine craftsmanship and thematic artistry to create truly unique pieces of functional art for your game.
From the Original Component Collector to our fully sculpted Valhalla Screens for GMs, each piece is created on site in our woodshop in Michigan by our devoted team of craftsmen.
The company was willed into existence over 2000 years ago by a pair of insane axe-wielding Viking Lumberjack Gods. The Viking Lumberjack Gods had already been converting local Ents and their less animated cousins – 'trees' – into high quality tabletop gaming gear for centuries.
With the advent of the worldwide series of informational tubes, the Viking Lumberjack Gods realized that it was time to share their harvest with the rest of humanity. They opened the doors of Dog Might Games so all mortals could enjoy the bounty of Ent corpses converted into utilitarian gaming hardware.
The company looks forward to launching more Kickstarter projects, touring the trade show circuit, and causing general mayhem over the coming centuries.
"This company excels in multiple areas. 1. Their products are very high quality and look better in person than they do on their website. 2. They are very responsive to their customers whether it be via email or social media. 3. They ship their products in a way that I find it hard for them to ever arrive damaged. This kind of care across the board is hard to come by in companies these days."
14,000 sqft. of Awesome
All of our wood products are crafted on-site in our wood shop, which is based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The shop is a fully equipped Viking Lumberjack paradise that doubles as our weekly gaming area.
We strive to bring the highest quality Ent corpses to our customers. Having a full wood shop on site allows us to control every aspect of the process and guarantees protection from Frost Giant attacks.
Live near Valhalla? Drop by for a pint of mead!
Mike founded Dog Might under the direction of subtle Eldritch powers that have warped his mind and made him a puppet to forces unbeknownst to mortals.
With over two thousand years of fine woodworking experience, his vision is the piston that drives high quality gaming gear into the collective face of humanity from now until the end of time.
Prone to 'seizures of rage,' Mike is usually chained up in the basement during non-business hours.
Michael C Konas
A creative powerhouse with an impressive skill set, Michael C Konas co-founded Dog Might and continues to push the envelope of high quality woodworking.
Michael holds an MFA in painting from the University of Valhalla where he is also an adjunct Professor of Blunted Weapons. He has been a professional artist for 2500 years and has over 2 million pieces in private and commercial collections.
Michael enjoys long walks on the beach and chopping down trees with his bare hands.
Exceutive Consultant, Strategy Wizard
Dan conjures the knowledge of evil spirits in his daily sacrifical ritual. His home is created entirely out of medieval tomes, scrolls of enhance motivation, and a pirated copy of Quickbooks.
He can often be found in the executive dungeon saying things like, "You don't need to buy a mead company!" and, "You bought how much wood?!"
Do you own a potion shop or armory? Seek Dan's counsel here
Creative Director, Valkyrie
Accustomed to choosing those who live or die in battle, creative direction and game design are a breeze for this stalwart Valkyrie.
Lindsey spreads her logistical wings at Dog Might to bring us the best in creative direction, game design, and computer-exploding brain power.
She spends her spare time racing 6-legged horses and trying to teach random dogs how to sit.
Production Lead, Zen Monk
This calm craftsman is completely at one with all forms of lumber. He can read the mind of leaves, small forest creatures, and raindrops.
Jeremiah's special abilities include a calming influence area effect spell, and being able to grow a full beard in less than 24 hours.
Production Lead, Bard
The Greyhawk Gazette writes, "Jeremy is a bearded, beer-swilling bard with the voice of an angel." We couldn't agree more.
His aggressive dual-hammer-wielding persona is a thin veneer that hides the true depth of his artistic soul. He also enjoys beating goblins to death with his lute.
Head of Finishing, Woodworker, Cleric
A native worshopper of the sun, Dani is embued with radiant energy from Freya herself. She illuminates a 10ft cone in any direction she is facing.
Dani brings a sense of warmth and compassion to the hardened lumberjacks in our shop. She can often be seen skipping, dancing, or singing Celtic ballads.
The best way to locate this Cleric is to follow the trail of flower petals.
Head of CNC, Woodworker, Alchemist
While quiet in demenor, this intense alchemist keeps his brilliant intellect well hidden.
His pastimes include covertly plotting how to destroy his enemies, improving shop processes, and contemplating the nature of existence.
Travis is an enigma, wrapped in a riddle, and dipped in Peasant garb.
Head of Sanding, Woodworker, Bard
This expressive and soulful musician possesses deft fingers that are as comfortable on a lute as a table saw.
We discovered Josh playing music in the woods behind our shop. The first time he entered the building he spontaneously grew an instant beard.
His hobbies include being afraid of weapons and yearning for the sweet embrace of melody.
Head of QA, Woodworker, Illusionist
When asked about himself, Jake told us that we could just make something up. On that note, the following is all lies.
Jake's favorite colors are green and sparkly blue, and there's always a coffee cup in his hand. His kitchen was once given a Michelin 3 Star rating by Gordon Ramsey. His favorite animals are unicorns, and secretly he wishes that they were real. He's been buried alive and dug his way out by hand. Twice.
Head of Milling, Cowboy
After years of finding snakes in his boots, Woody followed a trail of tumbleweeds to Dog Might Games. Our Viking team wasn't sure at first how to deal with all of his Old West jargon, but woodworking has become our common language!
We asked him what his favorite hobbies are, and he told us that we were his favorite deputy. So. Yeah.
This gentle druid glides through all areas of Dog Might, followed by a rotating swirl of levitating objects, organizing the entire shop just by existing. For every Bob Ross reference or pun made in her presence, her body freezes and her eyes shoot blinding white light for a solid seven minutes. She then enters a SPELL WRITING FRENZY where she creates a new, incredible wood-bending spell at an unseen, rapid pace. It is Rosie who is to blame for all those Valhalla Screens. She just can't be stopped, and the Viking Lumberjacks can't be stopped when it comes to making puns. We are helpless.
Outside of the shop, Rosie is lovingly cared for by Fenrir (who is actually a Landseer Newfie, not the monstrous wolf everyone wants you to think!) and her mutt Claire.
Head of Customer Service, Paladin
Anne is a time traveler straight from the 1940s. To blend into modern day society, she frequently dresses in more contemporary fashions. But, whenever the mood strikes, she wears authentic clothing from her original time period. Most often found covered in cat hair, and preferably also covered in cats.
We're not sure how she ended up at Dog Might, but she showed up one day and now we can't get her to leave.
Formerly Zoe's squire, Anne is now a paladin in her own right. The blessed axe has been handed down. The torch has been passed on. May she prove truly worthy.
Dice Master, Rogue
With a natural 20 on every stealth roll, it's impossible to know exactly where Kim is at any given time. Is she at the sanding station? The milling station? We don't know. Please tell us if you see her, we'd really like a status update. It's been so long.
Kim is proficient in acrobatics, so in her spare time she enjoys rock climbing!
Originally from Boston, this Artificer magically appeared one day, and now puts his skills to good use in our shop! Using various tools to cast his spells, every piece that Thomas touches is imbued with a little bit of his magic.
In his free time, Thomas enjoys helping nonprofits with trade advocacy. How do you like them apples?
We turned on the lights one Monday morning to find Tim trimming his mutton chops with a Fijian throwing axe. Perplexed, we handed him a much sharper axe, and 8 hours later he had cut down every Maple tree within a 5 mile radius. The following Monday, he brought us a semi-truck full of Padauk.
Tim has a heart of gold, and won the award for 'Best Cat Dad' two years in a row!
Like generations of dwarves before him, this 345 year old emerged from our CNC caverns late one night to help us around the shop. Caught only briefly on camera, we saw him conjure an army of animal companions and build Player Pads at breakneck speed! After a few weeks, we decided to start paying him.
The Caverns don't have a mailing address, so Jack, if you see this, we left your paycheck in the break room.
Formally known as Erricka the Clerricka, she and her Spirit Guardians are often found fighting the hordes of undead that show up every Thursday. With eyeliner as sharp as her axe, none who meet her on the battlefield live to tell the tale.
In her spare time, Erricka teaches woodland critters how to read.
Journeyman Woofworker, Healer
Rescued from the mean streets of Georgia, Sawdust (formerly Unnamed Dog) is currently exploring his identity in the Dog Might shop.
Most days, he can be found digging random trenches in the backyard, chewing on valuable masterwork items, and telepathically healing woodworkers with his loving gaze.