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Round Two: Vote for your favorite monsters!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Our Top 32 contestants submitted their Round 2 entries in the form of monster concepts for use with Paizo's Pathfinder Roleplaying Game. In addition to regular judges Clark Peterson, Sean K Reynolds, and Wesley Schneider, guest judge Greg Vaughan has commented on each contestant's submission. And now you can read and critique the top 32, and then vote for your four favorites! The 16 designers garnering the most votes will continue on to Round 3 and the ultimate winner will earn a paid commission to write one of Paizo's upcoming Pathfinder Modules!

Alexander MacLeod (Raleigh, North Carolina, USA)—Ardorwesp
Alex Shideler (Springfield, Virginia, USA)—Prismwing, Larvae
Andrew Sun (Springfield, Missouri, USA)—Carapace Devil
Benjamin Bruck (Boise, Idaho, USA)—Chymick
Brian Hoffman (Altoona, Wisconsin, USA)—Spitfire Revenant
Chris Mortika (Coralville, Iowa, USA)—Lantern Thrall
David Posener (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)—Haga
Dennis Baker (Stockton, California, USA)—Brown Urus
Eric Hindley (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)—Sensory Stalker
Erik Randall (Missoula, Montana, USA)—Sin-Fallen Angel of Gluttony
James Martin (Durham, North Carolina, USA)—Wyrmhiri
Jared Goodwin (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)—Tremagguan
Jason Schimmel (Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA)—Caltrop Golem
Jeff Spencer (Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands)—Marrow worm
Jesse Benner—Chaitrakhan
Jim Groves (Ontario, Oregon, USA)—Skintaker
Joe Wells (Saint Louis, Missouri, USA)—Necrotic Tempest
Joshua Kitchens (Centerville, Georgia, USA)—Astrumal
Kevin Akemann (Hartford, Wisconsin, USA)—Echo Drinkers
Lief Clennon (Garberville, California, USA)—Rotling
Matt Goodall (Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia)—Churjiir
Matthew McGee (Davis, California, USA)—Ossuary Golem
Matthew Morris (Columbus, Ohio, USA)—Lahamu
Nick Waln—Mind Reaper
Nicolas Quimby (Anson, Maine, USA)—Liesinger
RC Higgins (Stanton, Kentucky, USA)—Fearmonger
Richard Hunt (Plano, Texas, USA)—Splorudra
Sean McGowan (New York, New York, USA)—Rictus
Seth White (Plymouth, Minnesota, USA)—Crysalis
Stephen Sheahan—Corpse Sticher
Tobias Mullen (Boulder, Colorado, USA)—Deathleech Puppeteer
Tom Phillips (Orange Park, Florida, USA)—Slithering Horror

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