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2010

Round 3 Monster Stat Blocks Now Open for Comment and Voting!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Top 16 survivors of Round 2 are back with revised monster descriptions and complete Pathfinder Roleplaying Game statistics for their winning villains. Regular judges Clark Peterson (Necromancer Games), Wes Schneider, and Sean K Reynolds (Paizo), and guest judge and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Lead Designer Jason Bulmahn have posted their comments and recommendations to the discussion pages of all 16 submissions, and now it's your turn to vote for your favorites! The Top 8 finishers will proceed to Round 4. In the end, only one contestant will be chosen as 2010's RPG Superstar, winning a commission to design a complete Pathfinder Module that Paizo will publish!

Alexander MacLeod, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
    Alexander MacLeod's Chymick Swarm, A Thousand Alchemists
    Ardorwesp
    Scapular of True Devotion

Benjamin Bruck, Boise, Idaho, USA
    Benjamin's Bruck's Churjiir
    Chymick
    Steadfast Gut-stone

Chris Mortika, Coralville, Iowa, USA
    Chris Mortika's Haga
    Lantern Thrall
    Sublime Phial

David Posener, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
    David Posener's Astrumal
    Haga
    Starborn Seeds of Manifest Denial

Dennis Baker, Stockton, California, USA
    Dennis Baker's Churjiir
    Brown Urus
    Pharasma's Blessing

James Martin, Durham, North Carolina, USA
    James Martin's Churjiir, Two-Headed Rat King
    Wyrmhiri
    Runcible Spoon

Jason Schimmel, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
    Jason Schimmel's Chaitrakhan, icy pack-hunter
    Caltrop Golem
    Bracelet of Smoke and Mirrors

Joshua Kitchens, Centerville, Georgia, USA
    Joshua Kitchens' Churjiir, Two-headed Rat Emperor
    Astrumal
    Locket of the Umbral Kiss

Jesse Benner, Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA
    Jesse Benner's The Lahamu ("The Soul Drinker")
    Chaitrakhan
    Snapleaf

Jim Groves, Ontario, Oregon, USA
    Jim Groves' Ardorwesp
    Skintaker
    Seducer’s Bane

Lief Clennon, Garberville, California, USA
    Lief Clennon's Lantern Thrall
    Rotling
    Seven Thousand Blossoms

Matt Goodall, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia
    Matt Goodall's Chaitrakhan
    Churjiir
    Spellstrike Vambraces

Matthew McGee, Davis, California, USA
    Matthew McGee's Astrumal
    Ossuary Golem
    Batrachian Helm

Matthew Morris, Columbus, Ohio, USA
    Matthew Morris's Caltrop Golem
    Lahamu
    Tankard of the Cheerful Duelist

Richard Hunt, Plano, Texas, USA
    Richard A. Hunt's Slithering Horror
    Splorudra
    Needles of the Ebon Strand

Tom Phillips, Orange Park, Florida, USA
    Tom Phillips's Ossuary
    Slithering Horror
    Troll Fingers

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