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Robert J. Schwalb
Robert J. Schwalb has worked for Wizards of the Coast. His works for Dungeons & Dragons include: Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells (2006, with Robin Laws), Drow of the Underdark (2007, with Ari Marmell, Anthony Pryor, and Greg A. Vaughan), Elder Evils (2007), Exemplars of Evil (2007),... show more

Robert J. Schwalb has worked for Wizards of the Coast. His works for Dungeons & Dragons include: Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells (2006, with Robin Laws), Drow of the Underdark (2007, with Ari Marmell, Anthony Pryor, and Greg A. Vaughan), Elder Evils (2007), Exemplars of Evil (2007), Tome of Magic (2006, with Matthew Sernett, Dave Noonan, and Ari Marmell), Player's Handbook II (2006).He has also worked for Green Ronin Publishing on Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, and he has contributed to Witch Hunter: The Invisible World for Paradigm Concepts (2007).Schwalb was a long-time developer and staff member for Green Ronin.[1]:376 With Patrick O'Duffy and Chris Pramas, Schwalb wrote The Pirate's Guide to Freeport (2007), a 256-page sourcebook on Green Ronin's best-known locale.[1]:375 Schwalb designed the A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying game, which previewed in 2008 and published in 2009; this was his last project for Green Ronin before he moved over to Wizards of the Coast.[1]:376 His additional role-playing work includes work for Black Industries, Fantasy Flight Games, and several other companies.[2]Schwalb became the writer for the online version of the popular Dragon column "Demonomicon of Iggwilv" in 2008, having thus far contributed articles for Yeenoghu and Baphomet.Schwalb also co-wrote Divine Power, a 4th Edition D&D supplement, which made the Wall Street Journal Best-Seller list for July 2009.[3]In 2012, Schwalb became one of the lead designers for the next edition of Dungeons & Dragons.
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