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Explanation: In an Italian role playing game like D&D, in which Latin was extensively used for key terms, "Magister ludi" (literally: "Game master") was used to refer to that person.
(P.S. The game was called "Kata Kumbas", it was not very famous, you could find it in shops in some Italian towns about 15 years ago).