Green Ronin Publishing

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Green Ronin Publishing is an American company based in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 2000 by Chris Pramas, they have published several role-playing game–related products. They have won several awards for their games including multiple Origins, ENnie, Pen & Paper, and Inquest Fan Awards.


Chris Pramas started Ronin Publishing, publishing at least two fantasy role playing games supplements, The Book of Hunts for The Whispering Vault and Blood of the Valiant for Feng Shui. He dissolved Ronin Publishing in order to create Green Ronin.

On May 12, 2010, Green Ronin Publishing announced a third edition of the superhero role-playing game Mutants & Masterminds would debut in the fall.[1] This announcement came just 9 days after the publisher announced that it would debut a new DC Adventures game in August, based upon Mutants & Masterminds.[2] According to Green Ronin President Chris Pramas, the two new games will "share a common ruleset."[1]

Games and products[edit]

Green Ronin wrote the second edition of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, which was published by Black Industries. Other notable products include the Freeport, Thieves' World and The Black Company d20 settings, Mutants & Masterminds, Blue Rose, and True20. Licensed products include the A Song of Ice and Fire roleplaying game, the Dragon Age roleplaying game, and DC ADVENTURES, a licensed roleplaying game based on the characters and setting found in DC Comics.

The Spirosblaak (2005) setting from Green Ronin's Mythic Vistas series was supported by Misfit Studios.[3]:372


  1. ^ a b Green Ronin Web Team (2010-05-12). "Green Ronin to Release Mutants & Masterminds Third Edition". Green Ronin Publishing. Retrieved 2010-05-14. 
  2. ^ Green Ronin Web Team (2010-05-03). "Green Ronin to Release DC Adventures RPG Books". Green Ronin Publishing. Retrieved 2010-05-14. 
  3. ^ Shannon Appelcline (2011). Designers & Dragons. Mongoose Publishing. ISBN 978-1-907702-58-7. 

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