White Wolf (magazine)
White Wolf is a game magazine that was published by White Wolf Publishing from 1986 to 1995.
|Publisher||White Wolf Publishing|
|Founder||Stewart Wieck and Steve Wieck|
|First issue||August 1986|
While still in high school, Stewart Wieck and Steve Wieck decided to self-publish their own magazine, and Steve chose the name "White Wolf" after Elric of Melniboné. White Wolf #1 was published by their White Wolf Publishing in August 1986 and distributors began to order the magazine a few issues later as its print runs continued to increase.:8 In 1990, Lion Rampant and White Wolf Publishing decided to merge into a new company that was simply called "White Wolf", and in an editorial in the magazine Stewart Weick explained that the magazine would remain independent despite the company's interest in role-playing production.:9–10 With issue #50 (1995), the magazine's name was changed to White Wolf: Inphobia, but the magazine was cancelled by issue #57.:21–22
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