April 26-28, 2024 – Richmond, VA

Tag: Game Designer

Bill Bridges

Bill Bridges is a writer and game designer, most known for developing White Wolf’s World of Darkness and the Fading Suns science-fiction universe. He currently serves as the project manager for Ullisses’ line of Fading Suns roleplaying-game books. Bill lives near Atlanta, GA, where he is the President of the C.G. Jung Society of Atlanta and a Fellow at the Mythic Imagination Institute.

As one of the original crew behind the landmark World of Darkness property, Bill helmed the Werewolf: the Apocalypse line of books and games. He was Senior Content Designer on CCP Games’ World of Darkness MMO and was the lead designer of the award-winning Storytelling system rules for White Wolf’s Chronicles of Darkness. He created the Mage: the Awakening and Promethean: the Created settings, and developed numerous books in the Mage: the Ascension game series.

His fiction works include My Time Among the Stars for Fading Suns, and The Silver Crown, The Last Battle, and The Song of Unmaking novels for Werewolf: the Apocalypse. Bill contributed to world design for Segasoft’s Emperor of the Fading Suns computer game and co-wrote the scripts for Viacom’s interactive horror movie Dracula Unleashed and Interplay’s Star Trek: Starfleet Academy.

Visit Bill at bill-bridges.com.

Harry “Jack” Heckel

Harry Heckel’s writing career started with roleplaying games in the 90s, including Vampire: The Masquerade, Werewolf: The Apocalypse, and Mage: The Ascension. His journey led to Games Workshop, where as Lee Lightner, he co-authored two Warhammer 40k novels, as well as accumulated vast miniature armies. As Jack Heckel, he co-authored two comedic fantasy trilogies published by Harper Collins, The Charming Tales and The Dark Lord series. He continues to write wargames, roleplaying games, and fiction, and he enjoys anything involving tabletop gaming and comic books. He lives in Mechanicsville, VA.

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