Bill Webb (game designer)
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Bill Webb is a game designer who has worked primarily on role-playing games.
Bill Webb and his old friend Clark Peterson formed Necromancer Games in the spring of 2000 to publish role-playing materials using the impending d20 license; on August 10, 2000, the same day Wizards of the Coast was to release the new ''Player's Handbook'' at GenCon 33, Peterson and Webb published a free PDF adventure called ''The Wizard's Amulet'' just a few minutes after midnight that same day. On September 13, 2000, Necromancer Games announced a partnership with White Wolf in forming their "Sword & Sorcery" imprint, and Peterson and Webb produced many of White Wolf's rulebooks including ''Creature Collection'' (2000), ''Relics & Rituals'' (2000), ''The Divine and The Defeated'' (2001), and ''Creature Collection II'' (2001).〔
Webb has since cofounded Frog God Games focusing on adventures designed for both the ''Pathfinder Roleplaying Game'' and Swords & Wizardry.〔(【引用サイトリンク】Welcome to Frog God Games. )〕 Webb created Frog God Games to do his own publication; the parting was amicable and Necromancer passed on all rights to one of their final pseudo-publications, ''Slumbering Tsar'', to Webb - complete with any Necromancer IP that might have been mixed in.〔 Frog God also bought the existing Necromancer stock from White Wolf, Kenzer & Company and Troll Lord Games, with the books being warehoused in Webb's garage and started to sell the stock via eBay in May 2010.〔
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