Margaret Weis Productions

Margaret Weis Productions

Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd is a games publisher located in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, United States.

It published Serenity Roleplaying Game in late 2005 to coincide with the release of Joss Whedon's feature film Serenity based on the television series Firefly. The company received a Gamer's Choice Best Roleplaying Game of the Year Origins Award and the Gold Medal in the Best Production Values of the 2006 ENnie Awards for this game. Two Serenity supplements have won Origins Awards for Best Roleplaying Game Supplement: Serenity Adventures, in 2009, and Big Damn Heroes Handbook, in 2010.

In 2006, it was announced that Margaret Weis Productions had entered into an agreement to create a role playing game based on the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica TV series.

In 2006, it took over production of Dragonlance d20 supplements from Sovereign Press. Both companies are run by many of the same people, and both are owned by Margaret Weis.

In 2008, Margaret Weis Productions published the Dragon Lairds boardgame, created by James M. Ward and Tom Wham.

On August 10, 2011, Margaret Weis Productions announced that it was developing a tabletop role-playing game based on the Marvel universe, which was released in February 2012.

Margaret Weis Productions also publishes several E-books by Margaret Weis.

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