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RPG Superstar 2015


Time to Vote!

February 8, 2011

The Top 16 survivors are back with descriptions and complete Pathfinder Roleplaying Game statistics for their winning villains. Regular judges Ryan Dancey, Mark Moreland, Sean K Reynolds, and Neil Spicer, plus guest judges Pathfinder Tales author Dave Gross (Prince of Wolves) and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Designer Stephen Radney-MacFarland, 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 2011's RPG Superstar, winning a commission to design a complete Pathfinder Module that Paizo will publish!

The Top 16 entries are:

Artus Nemati (Oviedo, FL) — Varstrius, Connoisseur of Living Dolls
    Charlatan (Rogue)
    Mirrored Lantern of the Pious Seeker
Cody Coffelt (Boise, ID) — Lyell, Deacon of Ash
    Hound Master (Cavalier)
    Flask of Five Fifths
David Vigil (Mission Viejo, CA) — Tamonash Byrraju, Vengeful Monk
    First World Druid (Druid)
    Candle of Viscous Ephemera
Eric Hindley (Calgary, AB, Canada) — Chittik, Fey Would-be God
    Knife Fighter (Fighter)
    Shadow Falconer's Glove
Erik Freund (Seattle, WA) — Tellasara, Princess in Repose
    Moon Shaman (Druid)
    Corsage of the Captured Voice
Ethan Day-Jones (Ireland) — Drayden D'Arteros, Prince of Knives
    Exalted Armsman (Cleric)
    Eye of the Void
Jerall Toi (Port Elizabeth, South Africa) — Tarvin Haddon, Agent of the Grim Harvestman
    Tengu Blademaster (Fighter)
    Phlebotomist's Gloves
Joel Flank (Schaumburg, IL) — Voracek
    Hedge Wizard (Wizard)
    Plentiful Pouch
John Bennett (Rochester, NH) — Meneena, Derro Bard
    Saboteur (Ranger)
    Cocoon Cloak
Marie Small (Colorado Springs, CO) — Nyrazha, Soul Slayer
    Tactician (Fighter)
    Verdant Vine
Nick Bolhuis (Burlington, ON, Canada) — Karuuk Soulrender, The Unrelenting Embrace
    Champion of Philosophy (Cavalier)
    Assassin's Rose
Ryan Marsh (Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada) — Sarkun
    Goldfever Alchemist (Alchemist)
    Grim Howler
Sam Zeitlin (Arlington, VA) — The Gentleman Knave
    Still-Water Meditant (Monk)
    Book of Night Without Moon
Scott Fernandez (Allen Park, MI) — Hoarfrost Throat-Tearer, Shapeshifting Huntsman
    Grave Robber (Rogue)
    Nightmare Boots
Sean McGowan (New York City, NY) — Lady Rosiline Mistandre, Razor of Crownsgate
    Evangelist (Bard)
    Singing Bowl of Redoubled Clarity
Trevor Merback (San Diego, CA) — Ankradula the Sane
    Impaler (Fighter)
    Bag of Holes

Vote now!

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