Those of you who follow the tabletop RPG industry closely will likely already know that the winners of this year’s ENnie awards (presented each year at GenCon) were announced a few hours ago. Call of Cthulhu in general was well represented, which is great to see.
Of the many Cthulhu-related titles that took prizes, Cthulhu Reborn had a hand in the crafting of three:
- Pulp Cthulhu (Chaosium) — GOLD: we contributed maps and the character sheet;
- Doors to Darkness (Chaosium) — SILVER: we contributed maps
- The Things We Leave Behind (Stygian Fox) — GOLD: we contributed handouts
We congratulate the various publishers whose works have received some much earned industry recognition — even though our contributions are relatively slight (in the context of the finished books), Cthulhu Reborn is very pleased to have been involved in such successful projects.
Particularly noteworthy is the achievement of our good friends at Stygian Fox — for your very first book to take out a hotly-contested industry award is quite remarkable, but very much deserved. The Things We Leave Behind is a collection of extremely well-written scenarios which sets a very high standard for modern-day Lovecraftian adventures. Our congratulations in particular go out to Stygian Fox stalwarts Stephanie McAlea and Jeffrey Moeller — those folks must be on cloud nine right about now :)!