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  1. I am glad to see Shackled City received so many nominations, it is truly one of the best products I have ever purchased. I used it for my D&D game (starting with the original modules but adventure/running time took longer than their production time), but the product provides enough information that one could easily adapt it to another system.

    I was sad to see that Pinnacle received so few nominations. Low Life is deserving of its art nod, but I thought that the Toolkit’s by PEG are one heck of a resource, in particular the World Builder’s Toolkit and all the scifi toolkits.

  2. I am glad to see Shackled City received so many nominations, it is truly one of the best products I have ever purchased. I used it for my D&D game (starting with the original modules but adventure/running time took longer than their production time), but the product provides enough information that one could easily adapt it to another system.

    I was sad to see that Pinnacle received so few nominations. Low Life is deserving of its art nod, but I thought that the Toolkit’s by PEG are one heck of a resource, in particular the World Builder’s Toolkit and all the scifi toolkits.

  3. The ENnies require the publisher (or author or someone) to submit copies of the products for consideration. It’s entirely possible Pinnacle didn’t do so, for whatever reason.

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    The ENnies require the publisher (or author or someone) to submit copies of the products for consideration. It’s entirely possible Pinnacle didn’t do so, for whatever reason.

  5. Thanks for the news Matt- yes I heard it here first! I’ve been checking out the categories, and am already planning to vote for as many as I find of the products on my ‘must buy’ list for the past year. Cheers. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. Thanks for the news Matt- yes I heard it here first! I’ve been checking out the categories, and am already planning to vote for as many as I find of the products on my ‘must buy’ list for the past year. Cheers. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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