Paizo Publishing Wins Five ENnies!
Dungeon magazine feted at annual awards given out at Gen Con
August 20, 2005, Bellevue, Washington
Last night at the ENnie Awards, Paizo Publishing was awarded five ENnie Awards by the fans on EN World. The awards received were:
Best Cartography — Gold ENnie: World of Greyhawk 4-part map from Dungeon Magazine issues #118—121
Best Adventure — Gold ENnie: "Maure Castle" from Dungeon Magazine #112
Best Aid or Accessory — Gold ENnie: Dungeon Magazine
Best Free Product or Web Enhancement — Gold ENnie: Dungeon Magazine Maps & Handouts (Issues #114—122)
Best Publisher — Silver ENnie: Paizo Publishing
"After our busiest year yet, it's extremely gratifying and a little bit humbling to win five ENnie awards," said Editor-in-Chief Erik Mona. "On behalf of our entire staff and our great writers, cartographers, and artists, thanks to the EN World fan community for voting for us in this year's awards. Watch for us next year!"
Dungeon Magazine has won the ENnie for Best Aid or Accessory three years running.
"I am extremely proud of our team at Paizo and the work they have done during a difficult year," said Paizo CEO Lisa Stevens. "Their dedication and professionalism, in addition to their putting out great products on some of the tightest schedules in the industry, amazes me again and again."
Paizo Publishing™, LLC, publishes special interest magazines and gaming products in the field of hobby gaming. It is Paizo's goal for every magazine and every product to be an event that encourages new and experienced hobbyists and fans to become more excited about their interests. Dragon is the official source of new rules, spells, artifacts, and ideas for players of Dungeons & Dragons. Dungeon is the official source of D&D adventures. Our new line of official Dungeons and Dragons products includes the Shackled City hardcover and the Dragon Compendium. Paizo also operates a full-line internet game retail store at www.paizo.com.
Dragon and Dungeon are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast, Inc., and are published by Paizo Publishing under license.
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