Book awards: ENnie Award Silver Winner

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Works (8)

To Go (Unknown Armies) by Greg StolzeBest Non-d20 Setting or Setting Sourcebook, 2004
Ars Magica (5th Edition) by Jonathan TweetBest Production Values, 2005
Hero System: Pulp Hero by Steven S. LongBest Writing, 2006
Star Wars Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook, Saga Edition by Owen K. C. StephensProduct of the Year, 2008
Trail of Cthulhu by Kenneth HiteBest Writing, 2008
The Clone Wars Campaign Guide (Star Wars Roleplaying Game) by Rodney ThompsonBest Supplement, 2009
Scum and Villainy by Gary AstlefordBest Cartography, 2009
Eclipse Phase: The Roleplaying Game of Transhuman Conspiracy and Horror by Rob BoyleProduct of the Year, 2010

Related tags


  1. Starships of the Galaxy (Star Wars Roleplaying Game) by Owen K. C. Stephens (2007)
  2. Galactic Campaign Guide by J.D. Wiker (2003)
  3. Call of Cthulhu by Sandy Petersen (1986)
  4. Unknown Armies (2nd Edition) by Greg Stolze (1999)
  5. Teen Champions by Allen Thomas (2005)
  6. Sunward: The Inner System: A Location Sourcebook for Eclipse Phase by Jack Graham (2010)
  7. Covenants by Timothy Ferguson (2006)
  8. Secrets of Tatooine by J.D. Wiker (2001)
  9. Over the Edge: The Role Playing Game of Surreal Danger by Jonathan Tweet (1992)
  10. The Esoterrorists by Robin D. Laws (2007)
  11. Hero System Bestiary by Steven Long (2002)
  12. Stunning Eldritch Tales by Robin D. Laws (2008)
  13. The Laundry by Gareth Hanrahan (2010)
  14. Dogs in the Vineyard: A Role-Playing Game by D. Vincent Baker (2005)
  15. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Core Rulebook by Jason Bulmahn (2009)

Award description

The Gen Con EN World RPG Awards (the “ENnies”) are an annual fan-based celebration of excellence in tabletop roleplaying gaming. The ENnies give game designers, writers and artists the recognition they deserve. It is a peoples’ choice award, and the final winners are voted upon online by the gaming public.


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