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    Announcing the 2010 ENnie Award Nominees

    After going through hundreds of entries, the judges have narrowed the field and selected the nominees for each of the 20 categories. On behalf of the judges and the Board of Directors, please allow me to congratulate each publisher for their nomination(s) for the Tenth Annual ENnie Awards. Voting for the ENnies will begin on July 16th. Until then, feel free to view the nominees and offer your own congratulations.

    Visit the official announcement page for links to all of the products listed below: http://www.ennie-awards.com/blog/?page_id=784

    The judges have chosen five products for each category below. The HM products (Honorable Mention) are products that the judges really liked, but fell short of an actual nomination. For more information, click on a product’s name. Winners will be announced on the evening of Friday, August 6th at Gen Con!

    If you are a nominee, click here for the ENnie Awards 2010 Nominee image badge to place on your product’s website/marketing material.

    Fans: Feel free to download a flyer for you to print out and take to your Friendly Local Gaming Store to spread the word about the ENnies: 2010 ENnies Nominee Flyer

    And don’t forget to look at who will be running for a spot as a judge for next year’s ENnies: 2010 Judge Nominees. Voting for the judges will take place at the same time as voting for the products on Friday, July 16th.

    Fan Award of Best Publisher

    For all the other ENnie Award categories, a panel of fan-elected judges selects their favorite products upon which the world at large votes. However, when it comes to Best Publisher, the ENnies go to fandom directly and asks their opinion. To nominate a publisher, visit the 2010 ENnies Fan Award for Best Publisher Nomination Form. You have until July 14th to nominate a publisher.

    Best Adventure

    * The Grinding Gear (Lamentations of the Flame Princess)
    * Pathfinder AP #31: Stolen Land (Paizo Publishing)
    * A Song of Ice and Fire: Peril at King’s Landing (Green Ronin)
    * Trail of Cthulhu: The Armitage Files (Pelgrane Press)
    * WFRP: The Gathering Storm (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * HM: Trail of Cthulhu: Shadows over Filmland (Pelgrane Press)

    Best Aid or Accessory

    * Battlegraph Dry Erase Boards (Longtooth Studios)
    * Campaign Coins (King of the Castle Games & Paizo Publishing)
    * Gaming Paper (Gaming Paper)
    * Hero Lab v3.6 (Lone Wolf Development)
    * Pathfinder GM Screen (Paizo Publishing)
    * HM: A Song of Ice and Fire Narrator’s Kit (Green Ronin)

    Best Art, Cover

    * Eclipse Phase (Catalyst Game Labs & Posthuman Studios)
    * Pathfinder Bestiary (Paizo Publishing)
    * Rogue Trader Core Rulebook (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * Trail of Cthulhu: Rough Magicks (Pelgrane Press)
    * WFRP: The Gathering Storm (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * HM: Star Wars: The Unknown Regions (Wizards of the Coast)

    Best Art, Interior

    * Escape from Tentacle City (Willow Palecek)
    * Pathfinder Core Rulebook (Paizo Publishing)
    * Rogue Trader Core Rulebook (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * Shadowrun – 20th Anniversary Ed. (Catalyst Game Labs)
    * Warhammer Fantasy RPG (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * HM: Hero 6th Edition (Hero Games)

    Best Blog

    * Critical Hits
    * Gnome Stew
    * Kobold Quarterly
    * NewbieDM.com
    * One Geek to Another
    * HM: Sarah Darkmagic

    Best Cartography

    * Aces and Eights: Judas Crossing (Kenzer & Company)
    * Dungeon of Terror Virtual Box Set (0one Games)
    * Maps of Mastery: Swamp Caves (Maps of Mastery)
    * Pathfinder City Map Folio (Paizo Publishing)
    * Revenge of the Giants (Wizards of the Coast)
    * HM: Death Frost Doom (Lamentation of the Flame Princess)

    Best Electronic Book

    * The Great City Player’s Guide (0one Games)
    * Heroes of the Jade Oath BETA (Rite Publishing)
    * To Kill Or Not To Kill (Rite Publishing)
    * Pathfinder Society Scenario #29: The Devil We Know Part 1: Shipyard Rats (Paizo Publishing)
    * Shambles (A Terrible Idea)
    * HM: Fey Folio: The Unseelie Court (Alluria Publishing)

    Best Free Product

    * Advanced Players Guide Playtest (Paizo Publishing)
    * Combat Advantage #15 (Emerald Press)
    * Lady Blackbird (one.seven Design)
    * Warriors Adventure Game (HarperCollins Children’s Books)
    * Wayfinder #1 (Paizo Fans United)
    * HM: Hexographer (Inkwell Ideas)

    Best Game

    * Dragon Age: Set 1 (Green Ronin)
    * Hero 6th Edition (Hero Games)
    * Pathfinder (Paizo Publishing)
    * Shadowrun – 20th Anniversary Ed. (Catalyst Game Labs)
    * Wild Talents 2nd Edition (Cubicle 7 & Arc Dream Publishing)
    * HM: Labyrinth Lord (Goblinoid Games)

    Best Miniature Product

    * Alkemy Minis (Kraken Editions)
    * D&D Minis (Wizards of the Coast)
    * Fortress of Redemption (Games Workshop)
    * Gaming Paper (Gaming Paper)
    * Maps of Mastery: Swamp Caves (Maps of Mastery)
    * HM: Battlegraph Dry Erase Boards (Longtooth Studios)

    Best Monster/Adversary

    * Aces and Eights: Rustlers & Townsfolk (Kenzer and Company)
    * Hellfrost Bestiary (Cubicle 7 & Triple Ace Games)
    * Pathfinder Bestiary (Paizo Publishing)
    * Pathfinder: Classic Horrors Revisited (Paizo Publishing)
    * Supernatural: Guide to the Hunted (Margaret Weis Productions)
    * HM: Fey Folio: The Unseelie Court (Alluria Publishing)

    Best Podcast

    * All Games Considered
    * Atomic Array
    * NewbieDM.com Minicast
    * Open Design
    * Power Source
    * HM: The Gamer’s Haven Podcast

    Best Production Values

    * Eclipse Phase (Catalyst Game Labs & Posthuman Studios)
    * Pathfinder Core Rulebook (Paizo Publishing)
    * Rogue Trader Core Rulebook (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * Shadowrun – 20th Anniversary Ed. (Catalyst Game Labs)
    * Warhammer Fantasy RPG (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * HM: Mysteries of the Hollow Earth (Exile Game Studio)

    Best Regalia

    * Battletech: 25 Years of Art and Fiction (Catalyst Game Labs)
    * Buried Tales of Pine Box, Texas (12 to Midnight)
    * Cthulhu 101 (Atomic Overmind Press)
    * Grind (Privateer Press)
    * Three Dragon Ante: Emperor’s Gambit (Wizards of the Coast)
    * HM: Best of All Flesh (Elder Signs Press)

    Best Rules

    * Atomic Highway (Cubicle 7 & Radioactive Ape Designs)
    * BASH Ultimate Edition (Basic Action Games)
    * Diaspora (VSCA)
    * Hero 6th Edition (Hero Games)
    * Wild Talents 2nd Edition (Cubicle 7 & Arc Dream Publishing)
    * HM: Earthdawn 3rd Edition, Player’s Guide (RedBrick LLC)

    Best Setting

    * Day After Ragnarok (Atomic Overmind Press)
    * Goblin Markets (White Wolf Publishing)
    * Kerberos Club (Cubicle 7 & Arc Dream Publishing)
    * Judge Dredd (Mongoose Publishing)
    * Rome: Life and Death of the Republic (Cubicle 7 & Alephtar Games)
    * HM: Shadowrun: Seattle 2072 (Catylst Game Labs)

    Best Supplement

    * Lucha Libre Hero (Hero Games)
    * Mysteries of the Hollow Earth (Exile Game Studio)
    * Nobis: The City-States (Pantheon Press)
    * Player’s Handbook 3 (Wizards of the Coast)
    * Rebellion Era Campaign Guide (Wizards of the Coast)
    * HM: Cthulhutech: Damnation View (WildFire)

    Best Website

    * d20PFSRD.com
    * Epic Words
    * Obsidian Portal
    * Pathfinder Wiki
    * Pen & Paper Games
    * HM: Hexographer

    Best Writing

    * Eclipse Phase (Catalyst Game Labs & Posthuman Studios)
    * FantasyCraft (Crafty Games)
    * How We Came to Live Here (Galileo Games)
    * Kerberos Club (Cubicle 7 & Arc Dream Publishing)
    * Victoriana 2nd Edtion (Cubicle 7)
    * HM: Colonial Gothic (Rogue Games)

    Product of the Year

    * Doctor Who (Cubicle 7)
    * Dragon Age: Set 1 (Green Ronin)
    * Eclipse Phase (Catalyst Game Labs & Posthuman Studios)
    * Geist the Sin-Eaters (White Wolf Publishing)
    * Kerberos Club (Cubicle 7 & Arc Dream Publishing)
    * Pathfinder (Paizo Publishing)
    * Rome: Life and Death of the Republic (Cubicle 7 & Alephtar Games)
    * Shadowrun – 20th Anniversary Ed. (Catalyst Game Labs)
    * Warhammer Fantasy RPG (Fantasy Flight Games)
    * Wild Talents 2nd Edition (Cubicle 7 & Arc Dream Publishing)
    * HM: FantasyCraft (Crafty Games)
    * HM: Savage Suzerain (Cubicle 7)


    Tony Law
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    Last edited by reveal; Saturday, 10th July, 2010 at 05:58 PM.

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    Wow!

    Two Nominations.

    Just Wow!

    I wanted to say thank you to the Staff and Judges.

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    Woot! I now have my shopping list.

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    The inclusion of the Warriors Adventure Game in the Best Free Product category is an interesting choice.

    My daughter is a Warriors fan and we've played it a couple of times. I'm curious to see if Harper Collins acknowledges (or even notices) the nomination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piratecat View Post
    Woot! I now have my shopping list.
    I know... I am looking forward to checking out the handful of games we don't have.

    Atomic Highway first. That sounds super interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_monkey1956 View Post
    The inclusion of the Warriors Adventure Game in the Best Free Product category is an interesting choice.

    My daughter is a Warriors fan and we've played it a couple of times. I'm curious to see if Harper Collins acknowledges (or even notices) the nomination.
    The Warriors Adventure Game was actually created by Stan! and he will be at the ceremony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reveal View Post
    The Warriors Adventure Game was actually created by Stan! and he will be at the ceremony.
    Really? I did not know that. That's pretty spiffy.

    And it is a nice, simple, diceless system for younger players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwillion View Post
    Wow!

    Two Nominations.

    Just Wow!

    I wanted to say thank you to the Staff and Judges.
    Thank you for entering. We love doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_monkey1956 View Post
    Really? I did not know that. That's pretty spiffy.

    And it is a nice, simple, diceless system for younger players.
    It's a nice, simple, diceless system that has helped one kid I know really start reading.

    Just to share a quick story, I had always seen Warriors books at my girlfriend's work. One of her boss's kids is always packing them around, so I printed him out a copy of the game, bound it up and left it at the shop for him thinking he'd like it. Turns out, he's interested in the Warriors books but struggles like hell to read them. His mom told me he's behind on his reading and they're having him tested for learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia and so on because he gets lost in text really easy, gets frustrated and doesn't read more than a couple pages at a time because of it.

    Anyhow, I guess after he got his hands on the Warriors Adventure Game he sits down with his book and just powers through them, turning them into adventures for his brothers. For a kid that used to spend more than a month getting through one book he has been knocking them out at the rate of one a week on average.

    And he made me a card

    The point of this drawn out post was to say thank you to Stan! You really deserve the nomination.

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