Congratulations to Christine Scheider of Neu-Isenburg, Hessen, Germany for emerging victorious in Paizo Publishing’s RPG Superstar contest! It’s well deserved, her entries were all bad ass! Check ’em:
As the winner, she’ll get a GameMastery Module published by Paizo. I’m eager to see it! In fact, they’re already listing it as a product – S1: Clash of the Kingslayers.
Paizo Publishing’s excellent RPG Superstar contest is in its final round, and the four finalist’s complete adventure proposals are up! Read them, evaluate them, and vote!
However it turns out, compliments to all the participants and especially the final four, Christine Schnieder, Clinton Boomer, Jason Nelson, and Rob McCreary!
Finally! The wait between RPG Superstar rounds is getting hard to take! The final six present a full encounter for your judgement.
As in the last round, Christine from Germany and Boomer from Illinois are my hands down favorites. Her Chase on Charred Ground is an exciting ride down an active volcano on orc bone sleds! Boomer’s Impartial Tribunal comes in second for me – some flaws, but fun. Many of the rest are usable, if IMO not competitive with the others. Check ’em out!
Ah, finally, the monsters are up and ready to vote on in the RPG Superstar contest! And there’s some great ones.
My picks for the two totally awesome entries are Christine’s “Mind the Machine” set and Boomer’s “The Hunger That Moves.”
Christine’s envisioning of the Dungeon Core and Complexity Golem – they’re phenomenally inventive *and* very usable! And Boomer’s bizarre ecosystem of freakish creatures would be great to base an adventure around. Check them out!
For those who haven’t seen it, Paizo Publishing (former home of Dragon and Dungeon magazines and current producer of the Pathfinder Adventure Paths) is running a contest called “RPG Superstar.” It’s a multiround contest being conducted in full view of the community. It’s great stuff so far, and the “three related monsters” round is coming up.
My personal favorite in the top 8 is Clinton Boomer, also known as Hennet from the hilarious D&D PSAs on YouTube. Go Boomer!
I submitted a wondrous item for the contest, but it was too prosaic I reckon. Here it is, though, for your use. It’s obviously balanced with the Necklace of Fireballs and are modeled after Zuni (and other Native American) fetish necklaces.
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