Bully Pulpit Games

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Bully Pulpit Games LLC
Industry Role-playing game publisher
Founded 2005
Headquarters Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
Key people
Jason Morningstar, Steve Segedy
Products Carolina Death Crawl, Durance, Fiasco, The Shab-al-Hiri Roach, Grey Ranks, Drowning and Falling, The Fiasco Companion
Website http://www.bullypulpitgames.com

Bully Pulpit Games, based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is a small publisher of indie role-playing games. Their games include The Shab-al-Hiri Roach, Grey Ranks, Fiasco and Durance. Bully Pulpit's Jason Morningstar is also the creator of many other small, free games such as Dungeon Squad which are not published under the Bully Pulpit name.

The publisher is named for a phrase coined by Theodore Roosevelt. The site's logo includes a silhouette of the former President, and its front page includes a quote from him.

Bully Pulpit Games publishes their sales numbers on the company website each quarter for the sake of transparency under the heading Square Deal.[1]


See also[edit]

  • Bully Pulpit Games is a part of the Bits and Mortar initiative (since September 2010)[8]


  1. ^ "Square Deal". Archived from the original on 2013-08-03.  Square Deal Quarterly Sales Numbers
  2. ^ "The Diana Jones Award 2011".  Fiasco - Winner, 2011 Diana Jones Award for Excellence in Gaming
  3. ^ "The Indie RPG Awards".  Fiasco - Winner, Best Support, 2009 Indie RPG Awards
  4. ^ "RPGgeek Golden Geek 2012 Best Supplement".  The Fiasco Companion - RPGgeek Golden Geek 2012 Best Supplement
  5. ^ "The Diana Jones Award 2008". Grey Ranks - Winner, 2008 Diana Jones Award for Excellence in Gaming
  6. ^ "The Indie RPG Awards".  Grey Ranks - Winner, Innovation in a Role Playing Game 2007 Indie RPG Awards
  7. ^ "The Indie RPG Awards".  Grey Ranks - Winner, Independent Game of the Year, 2007 Indie RPG Awards
  8. ^ "Bully Pulpit Games Joins Bits and Mortar". Retrieved 2013-09-06. 

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