GenCon Day 2: Luchadores & Ennies

August 6, 2016

Friday started bright and early with a visit to the Lamentations of the Flame Princess booth.  This is James Raggi’s first appearance in the US since he started publishing his “mind-bending and merciless” RPG books.  He was suitably thrilled to be here:

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Also seen at the LotFP booth was the mysterious Zzarchov Kowolski, dashing luchadore by day and talented creator of amazing adventures by night. Here he is holding up a just-autographed copy of his Scenic Dunnsmouth:

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Achtung! Cthulhu! R’lyeh uber alles!

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The amazing Stacy Dellorfano was there with ConTessa, running games and hosting seminars and panels:

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Mayfair Games boldly goes where no one has gone before!

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Kenneth Hite and his amazing (seriously, so much amazing this year) The Dracula Dossier adventure:

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Friday night at the ENnie Awards, Hite’s The Dracula Dossier and Achtung! Cthulhu were big winners, as were Feng Shui 2 and Paizo Publishing which took home the ENnie for fan-favorite publisher. Zak Sabbath, who wrote A Red & Pleasant Land won three ENnies for his new book Maze of the Blue Medusa. Curse of Strahd also took home a plethora of ENnies, including the gold ENnie for Best Adventure. Monte Cook Games took home an ENnie for their new game, No Thank You, Evil. Frostgrave took home a silver ENnie.

Congratulations to all the ENnie winners of 2016!

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