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KoboldQuarterly.com wins a Gold ENnie

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2010 Gold ENnie Award for Best BlogI was pleasantly surprised when I heard that we won the Gold ENnie for Best Blog, yesterday, and I wish I could have been at Gen Con this year for it. I mean, we always try to put the best content forward that we can, but the competition has gotten so amazing! Gnome Stew, Critical Hits, NewbieDM.com, and One Geek to Another—these are all awesome blogs! Congratulations to Gnome Stew for taking the silver ENnie and the others for being  nominated. I look forward to another year with all of you: we keep each other strong. So, same nominee list, same time next year? It’s a date!

We are very proud of the Gold ENnie that KoboldQuarterly.com has won. It means we’re doing something right! Thank you for voting for us. Thank you for following the blog, posting comments, and hanging out with us. Thank you for contributing content. We couldn’t be here without wonderful fans and contributors like you! Stay tuned for another wonderful year.

And we’ve got big plans for the coming year already! The King of the Monsters 2 contest is already well underway (with only 1 week left, get your entries in soon!); we’ll have continuing coverage of the blossoming patron projects Frozen Empires,  Streets of Zobeck, and The Lost City; we’ll be continuing many great columns, such as Richard Pett’s “Your Whispering Homunculus”; and we’ll be presenting more than a few surprises! Stick around for all the great content you expect from KoboldQuarterly.com for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and 4th Edition.


  1. I mentioned it in an earlier post — but for a bunch of tricksy, trap-setting kobolds — Scott and Wolfgang are quality folk. It’s a well-deserved award. You guys have a gang-busters website. Wear that gold medal proudly.


    August 7, 2010

  2. Well deserved!

    It is a real treat to open my email every day and see a new gem or spark of an idea (no pun intended although The King of the Monsters winner is definitely going to be giving my players some grief this campaign), and seeing so many people being able to get their great ideas shared and get started in an industry that they’ve always dreamed of being a part of has inspired me to get involved as well.



    August 7, 2010

  3. Flippin’ Sweet!!! Congratulations Scott and the whole Kobold Crew.

    Tom Allman

    August 7, 2010

  4. Congrats to everyone at KQ for getting some well deserved recognition.

    John Reyst

    August 7, 2010

  5. Well done the Kobold horde!


    August 8, 2010

  6. A very classy post Scott – well deserved by yourself, Wolfgang and the whole KQ crew.

    Ask a Shoanti

    August 8, 2010

  7. P.S. More Whispering Homunculus makes me happy.

    Ask a Shoanti

    August 8, 2010

  8. Congratz!

    Hugo Solis

    August 8, 2010

  9. Zobeck Kobolds may mine for silver, but they ended up, rightfully so, with gold! Well done!


    August 9, 2010

  10. Knowing that in my small way I contributed to this award makes me very proud to be a kobold. Thanks Scott and Wolfgang for making all this possible!

    James Thomas

    August 10, 2010

  11. Ask a Shoanti, more Whispering Homunculus on its way.

    Thanks for your support, everyone!


    August 10, 2010

  12. Well-deserved Mr Gable (and the whole KQ/Open Design team). Keep up the great work.

    Phillip Larwood

    August 10, 2010

  13. Oops, did I fail to mention the irresistable genius of Wolfgang Baur? I have done so now!!!

    Phillip Larwood

    August 10, 2010

  14. Congratulations, our scaly little lizard-dog-whatever-the-heck-you-are nemeses!

    You may have taken the gold this year, but we Gnomes will turn our magnificent 4E hairstyles to next year’s series of pitched battles through this series of tubes (not unlike our natural environment, eh?). (http://www.wizards.com/dnd/images/DDI_Portraits/RacesGnomeMale.jpg)

    Seriously, congratulations on your win. As Wolfgang said above, we keep each other strong. Game on!


    August 11, 2010

  15. Telas, I expect the ongoing and eternal enmity between our people to continue unabated. Any photo evidence of kobolds and gnomes speaking to one another, laughing, or sharing gamer lore at Gen Con are clearly manufactured and false.

    Also, congrats on your Silver ENnie, I am certain the competition will be fierce next year as well.

    Kobold Quarterly

    August 12, 2010

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