When Nikhil Wright, who was often, called Nik, was a little boy his mother would always tell him he was capable of great things, that he would grow up and be somebody. Ms. Wright had such high hopes for her baby boy. She sent him to the best schools in the county and tried to instill in him that education would be his best asset. But Nik had plans of his own; he wanted to make hard money. So when he started slinging rocks he kept it a secret from his doting mother.
He was living in the fast lane. Seemingly, he had everything a kid his age could want but he wanted more. There was no way he could possibly settle down into the religious husband his girlfriend needed him to be after he purchased the first resident of 552 Norfolk Ave. Soon, the activities that transpire behind those brick walls will become his sole priority and he will become the infamous Dungeon Master.