Well, it’s gratifying to see most of you voted like you were told. Paizo is liveblogging the awards and they are winning and winning and winning.
- d20pfsrd – silver for Best Website.
- Kobold Quarterly – gold for Best Blog. (They’re half Pathfinder!)
- Pathfinder Bestiary – gold for Best Cover Art.
- Pathfinder Core Rulebook – gold for Best Interior Art.
- Pathfinder Chronicles City Map Folio – gold for Best Cartography.
- Pathfinder Core Rulebook – gold for Best Production Values.
- Pathfinder APG Playtest – gold for Best Free Product.
- Great City Players Guide – gold for Best Electronic Book, it’s for Pathfinder by 0one Games.
- PFS #29, The Devil We Know – silver for Best Electronic Book.
- Pathfinder GM Screen – gold for Best Aid or Accessory.
- Pathfinder 31 – gold for Best Adventure.
- Pathfinder Bestiary – gold for Best Monster/Adversary.
- Classic Monsters Revisited – silver for Best Monster/Adversary!
- Pathfinder RPG – gold for Best Game!
- Pathfinder RPG – gold for Product of the Year!
- Paizo – gold for Best Publisher!
For those keeping track, they won gold or silver (or both) every category they were nominated in.
And it’s well deserved. I do kinda hate to see anyone win it all, but if there’s a single game company that deserves it, both in a cosmic sense and because of the unflagging high quality and volume of product, and customer support – it’s Paizo and Pathfinder. It really is great, among the very top handful of RPGs ever. D&D 3.0 itself was the only previous game that hit my gaming groups with anything near this amount of excitement. It’s a game meant to be played, supported by the best adventures since 1e AD&D.
And it’s great that other companies publishing for Pathfinder won too; yay third party ecosystem!
If you haven’t tried Pathfinder yet, you owe it to yourself to give it a try. It really is great.
Here’s the full list of winners, now that it’s available! Congrats to all of them.