White Wolf Publishing is an American roleplaying game and book publisher. The company was founded in 1991 as a merger between Lion Rampant and White Wolf Magazine (est. 1986 in Rocky Face, GA; it later became "White Wolf Inphobia"), and was initially led by Mark Rein·Hagen of the former and Steve Wieck and Stewart Wieck of the latter. Since White Wolf Publishing, Inc. merged with CCP Games in 2006, White Wolf Publishing has been an imprint of CCP hf, but has ceased in-house production of any material, instead licensing their properties to other publishers. It was announced in October 2015 that White Wolf had been acquired from CCP by Paradox Interactive. The name "White Wolf" originates from Michael Moorcock's works.
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White Wolf is a publishing company dedicated to redefining the art of storytelling. Since its birth in 1991, White Wolf has consistently stretched the boundaries of familiar modes of artistic entertainment, introducing new realms to the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres. We began our journey with our now highly popular roleplaying lines, and then ventured into the realm of mass-market fiction publishing. Now, we are involved in the electronic entertainment and television industries. We are a mainstay on the Internet and plan to expand even further... wherever our imaginations take us.
- The company was originally known as White Wolf Games Studio from 1991 to ?.
- White Wolf Publishing was independent until they became an imprint of CCP hf in November 2006.
- In October 2015 White Wolf Publishing was acquired by Paradox Interactive.