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Pathfinder Module S1: Clash of the Kingslayers (OGL)

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Check out what the past winners of RPG Superstar have been up to!

With RPG Superstar 2013 in the bag and Steven Helt crowned this year's winner, let's take a quick look back at what past winners have been up to!

The winner of the inaugural RPG Superstar was Christine Schneider, whose winning proposal turned into the dwarf-filled "Clash of the Kingslayers," an adventure set in Glimmerhold, forcing the PCs to either save or destroy the ancient kingdom. While she hasn't yet returned to the game writing field, but the other three finalists for the first year have gone on to write a novel, write the finale of Skull & Shackles (and run a third-party publishing company), and even join the ranks of Paizo!

In 2009, Neil Spicer wowed everybody with "Realm of the Fellknight Queen" and has been a regular feature of the RPG Superstar contest ever since, supplying volumes of feedback to would-be game designers. His latest Paizo task was to pen the opening adventure for the Reign of Winter Adventure Path, "The Snows of Summer", and you won't want to miss his upcoming adventure, "Sword of Valor" for the Wrath of the Righteous Adventure Path!

The 2010 winner also has a part in the Reign of Winter Adventure Path, writing the fourth part, "The Frozen Stars" (which sends the party well beyond Golarion's shores)! Matt Goodall's winning RPG Superstar entry was "Cult of the Ebon Destroyers", and he continues to write Pathfinder Society scenarios like "Rise of the Goblin Guild" and Legendary Games's Cultic Cryptomancia!

Sam Zeitlin was the champion in 2011 with "The Midnight Mirror", taking us to the shadowy realm of Nidal, but also penned "The Cultist's Kiss" for Season 4 of the Pathfinder Society. Mike Welham won for 2012, and his proposal, "Doom Comes to Dustpawn" releases soon—but he also has a new release with Campaign Cogs—Player's Toolbox: Arborlings and #30 Manuals of Improvement!

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A great track record. And folks who can't get enough of Mike Welham's work need to check out this feature on my blog: Mythopoeic Rambling. He's churning out the monstrous goodness for your Pathfinder game.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Indeed, people are being productive!

One small correction would be that Matt Goodall wrote The Baleful Coven for Legendary Games, not the Cultic Cryptomancia... and he has another adventure for us coming out at the end of April/beginning of May! Woo, Matt and all the LG crew!

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