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2010 ENnie Award Winners Announced

Written by Expy - Published on August 16, 2010

Congratulations to the 2010 ENnie award winners!

Based on these awards, Pathfinder is here to stay. What do you think?

Best Cover Art
Silver: Eclipse Phase
Gold: Pathfinder Bestiary

Best Interior Art
Silver: Shadowrun 20th
Gold: Pathfinder Core Rulebook

Best Cartography
Silver: Aces & Eights: Judas Crossing
Gold: Pathfinder City Map Folio

Best Writing
Silver: Victoriana 2nd Ed
Gold: Eclipse Phase

Best Production Values
Silver: Shadowrun 20th
Gold: Pathfinder Core Rulebook

Best Rules
Silver: Hero 6th Edition
Gold: Diaspora

Best Adventure
Silver: Trail of Cthulhu: Armitage Files
Gold: Pathfinder #31: Stolen Land

Best Monster or Adversary
Silver: Pathfinder: Classic Horrors Revisited
Gold: Pathfinder Bestiary

Best Setting
Silver: Rome: Life and Death of the Republic
Gold: Day After Ragnarok

Best Supplement
Silver: Players Handbook 3
Gold: Mysteries of the Hollow Earth

Best Aid or Accessory
Silver: Gaming Paper
Gold: Pathfinder GM Screen

Best Miniatures Product
Silver: Gaming Paper
Gold: D&D Minis

Best RPG Related Product
Silver: Battletech: 25 Years of Art and Fiction
Gold: Cthulhu 101

Best Electronic Book
Silver: The Devil We Know
Gold: The Great City Player’s Guide

Best Free Product
Silver: Lady Blackbird
Gold: Advanced Players Guide Playtest

Best Website
Silver: d20PFSRD.com
Gold: Obsidian Portal

Best Podcast
Silver: All Games Considered
Gold: Atomic Array

Best Blog
Silver: Gnome Stew
Gold: Kobold Quarterly

Best Game
Silver: Shadowrun 20th
Gold: Pathfinder

Product of the Year
Silver: Eclipse Phase
Gold: Pathfinder

Fan Award for Best Publisher
Silver: Fantasy Flight Games
Gold: Paizo Publishing

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Expy is the mascot for DungeonMastering.com and the real mastermind behind Expy Games. He likes to hoard treasure, terrorize neighbors, burn down villages, and tell white dragon jokes..

No matter how fearful the legends claim dragons are, they always end up being defeated in 5 rounds by adventuring parties they encounter. That’s what dragons are – experience points for the heroes in your Dungeons & Dragon party. And this mascot is no different, hence the name Expy.

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9 Responses to “2010 ENnie Award Winners Announced”
  1. TXHermes says:

    Pathfinder is DEFINITELY here to stay. Congrats to them and all the winners.

  2. Charisma says:

    I love Pathfinder. I just wish I could get into a game.

  3. TXHermes says:

    Charisma: Have you posted over on the Paizo Messageboards, under Gamer Connection?

  4. Monte says:

    Hmm… looks like whoever runs the ENnie awards sure loves Pathfinder and hates 4e. Could the results of these awards have been a personal decision more than objective? I would love to see what their reasoning was behind these decisions.

  5. TrollStomper says:

    I believe the Ennies are voted on by the fans, not sure what is required for the nomination process. Perhaps the 4th edition crew and fanbase was not even interested enough to bother.

  6. Cendragon says:

    All I know was at Gencon the 4e Sagamore Ballroom was full of gamers and I think the Pahtfinder crew had a small 1/2 full room in the basement, er, I mean 1st floor. At least, that was last year. This year I didn’t even bother to look for Pathfinder, but I’m glad for them but 4e dominates in player numbers and revenue.

  7. Charisma says:

    No, I don’t think so.

  8. TrollStomper says:

    No offense to anyone, but I’d like a link or two proving sales numbers either way. Opinions are nice and all but everyone seems to have one.

  9. Da' Vane says:

    Sales do not equal votes. There were numerous WotC products in the nominations up for voting, but it seems that Paizo seem to be producing far better quality and serice in the eyes of the fans with Pathfinder than Wizards. Maybe WotC overestimated the popularity that all the changes of 4th Edition would bring, when there’s still clearly life in 3.x material. I know many people who feel that 3.5/Pathfinder is a simpler system overall, only opting to convert specific evolutionary steps taken in 4th Edition to 3.5/Pathfinder rather than embrace 4th Edition in it’s entirety.

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