Sword & Sorcery is White Wolf's imprint for d20 System and OGL games. Many of the games published by S&S were licensed from third-party companies, or were developed by third parties and then published by S&S. Sword & Sorcery books that were developed in-house by White Wolf, and not published on behalf of a third-party developer were published under the Sword & Sorcery Studios label.
- Sword & Sorcery is an imprint of White Wolf Publishing, Inc, created to publish under Wizards of the Coast's Open Gaming License (using the rules set created for the third edition of Dungeons & Dragons®). Sword & Sorcery launched with the smash Creature Collection™ series and the popular Scarred Lands™ fantasy setting, and has also become the umbrella brand under which several smaller high-quality studios publish some or all of their OGL output. These studios include Monte Cook's Malhavoc Press, Necromancer Games, Goodman Games, and Guardians of Order. Sword & Sorcery has also licensed several popular properties, creating tabletop roleplaying games based on popular computer games such as Sony Online Entertainment's EverQuest® and EverQuest II® and Blizzard Entertainment's Warcraft® and World of Warcraft®. For more information, visit http://www.swordsorcery.com.
D20 Modern Edit
- Feder & Schwert
- Fiery Dragon Productions (?-May 2, 2002)
- Goodman Games
- Guardians of Order
- Malhavoc Press
- Necromancer Games
Trading Places Edit
At GenCon on August 14, 2008, Fiery Dragon Productions (formerly published under the S&S imprint) announced that they had attained worldwide rights to the Sword & Sorcery imprint and the Scarred Lands campaign setting from White Wolf.
The Creature Collection PDF still contains White Wolf's logo, so it's assumed that WW is merely licensing the S&S imprint to FDP rather than having sold it outright.