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2010

The final round of RPG Superstar 2010 has begun!

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

You have chosen the Top 4 contestants, and they're working on their final challenge! Each contestant will write a proposal for a Pathfinder Module for Paizo's Pathfinder Roleplaying Game! Regular judges Clark Peterson of Necromancer Games and Paizo's own Sean K Reynolds and Wes Schneider will review each proposal along with Creative Director James Jacobs, our guest judge for the round. Your votes will determine which contestant will have his winning module published by Paizo!

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

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

Matt Goodall, Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia
The Lost Ziggurat of Amar Zedas
    Matt Goodall's Chaitrakhan
    Churjiir
    Spellstrike Vambraces

Matthew McGee, Davis, California, USA
False Tomb of the Crawling Pharaoh
    Matthew McGee's Astrumal
    Ossuary Golem
    Batrachian Helm

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Pathfinder Tales Subscriber

Congratulations to the top four! I look forward to your final work.


Congrats to the winners.

But, who's editing this blog?

blog wrote:
Each contestant will write a proposal for a Pathfinder Module for Paizo's upcoming Pathfinder Roleplaying Game!

Upcoming? What there is a new game out there? What have I been playing for the past six months?

:-)

Don't ya just love copy and paste!

-Swiftbrook

Andoran Contributor , Star Voter 2013, Marathon Voter 2014

Congrats!!!

Cheliax

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paizo Employee Chief Technical Officer

Swiftbrook wrote:

Congrats to the winners.

But, who's editing this blog?

blog wrote:
Each contestant will write a proposal for a Pathfinder Module for Paizo's upcoming Pathfinder Roleplaying Game!

Upcoming? What there is a new game out there? What have I been playing for the past six months?

:-)

Don't ya just love copy and paste!

-Swiftbrook

Fixed. Clearly we need an Editing Superstar contest.


Wow. Is this the new iPhone blog format? Sucks to view on a laptop. :)

EDIT: Definitely NOT fixed.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber

Congratulations Top 4!

Star Voter 2013

I'd like to offer a belated congratulations to the top 8 - it's an accomplishment to be proud of!

And a definite congratulations to the top 4! I can't wait to see what you do with your proposals.


Vic Wertz wrote:
Swiftbrook wrote:

Congrats to the winners.

But, who's editing this blog?

blog wrote:
Each contestant will write a proposal for a Pathfinder Module for Paizo's upcoming Pathfinder Roleplaying Game!

Upcoming? What there is a new game out there? What have I been playing for the past six months?

:-)

Don't ya just love copy and paste!

-Swiftbrook

Fixed. Clearly we need an Editing Superstar contest.

Oooh. O.o


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

Good luck everyone! And let the best man win.

Cheliax

Urizen wrote:

Wow. Is this the new iPhone blog format? Sucks to view on a laptop. :)

EDIT: Definitely NOT fixed.

Just to clarify, I'm seeing this, in Opera on Linux...Never had a problem like this before.


interesting... firefox does it right...


This is the only blog/thread that does this screwy appearance to me. I'm using IE8.

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

I think I've fixed the HTML for this blog entry.


Yup, it's fixed now. Thanks, Gary!

Contributor

/facepalm

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Modules Subscriber
Vic Wertz wrote:
Fixed. Clearly we need an Editing Superstar contest.

From James L. Sutter's foreward in The twice Damned Prince...

The portal to Hell, for instance—does it get closed down at the end of this adventure? Or does it remain open, imperiling the entire city and forcing the PCs to take the battle for Westcrown to the Pit itself,
exploring its twisted and landscapes and even more twisted residents?

Do I win!? Woo Hoo!

(yes, people actually read those things...)

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