In this research, we attempt to generate fonts automatically using a modification of a Deep Convolutional Generative Adversarial Network (DCGAN) by introducing class consideration. DCGANs are the application of generative adversarial networks (GAN) which make use of convolutional and deconvolutional layers to generate data through adversarial detection. The conventional GAN is comprised of two neural networks that work in series. Specifically, it approaches an unsupervised method of data generation with the use of a generative network whose output is fed into a second discriminative network. While DCGANs have been successful on natural images, we show its limited ability on font generation due to the high variation of fonts combined with the need of rigid structures of characters. We propose a class discriminative DCGAN which uses a classification network to work alongside the discriminative network to refine the generative network. This results of our experiment shows a dramatic improvement over the conventional DCGAN.