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Come Join Us!
Coming to gencon? Stop by our “How Technology Is Changing RPG’s” panel for some insight, discussion, Q&A, and announcing our first ever Excellence In Innovation Award winner! Here’s all the info:
ID: SEM1230409 Duration: 60 Minutes
Time: Saturday, August 18 at 2:00pm
Location: Crowne Plaza : Victoria Stn C/D
Honored and Excited!
It’s almost gencon time again everyone! With gencon right around the corner that also means so are the ENnie awards, one of our industry’s most coveted crowning achievements. We’re ecstatic to announce that this year we’ve been nominated not only for “Best Website” but also for “Best Podcast”!
We’re calling out to you, our fans to vote for us! Without all of you, none of this would be possible! We always make it a point to tell people that it’s our users who make the site so awesome, so let’s show them exactly what we’re talking about!
Tonight we’re joined by Excellence In Innovation Award nominee Steve Hammond, creator of Lost Tools, an array of utilities for use with your Obsidian Portal campaigns. Very cool stuff here, before we jump in let’s say congrats to Ian on winning that pound o’ dice and also to be sure and hop over to our d20Monkey comic for this month and get funny on!
Paying It Forward
This year at Gencon we’re going to start a new tradition for Obsidian Portal and its users. We’ve won our fair share of awards and we think it’s only right to dish out some recognition of our own. We’re up to our eyeballs in awesome stuff we dig up weekly for the Haste podcast, and it’s damn hard to not want to individually reach out to all of these people and say “hey, this is awesome!”
That’s why we’re calling upon you to tell us who you think is the very best at revolutionizing the blending of tech and tabletop!
Outro: “Stand ALone” ~ LukHash
In case you haven’t heard, we won the golden ENnie for Best Website! We’d like to say thanks to everyone who voted and also congratulate the Pathfinder PFSRD crew on their silver ENnie! We’d also like to congratulate all our friends over at Critical-Hits and Gnome Stew awards as well. We’d also like to apologize for not podcasting at the con, as it turns out, we may have bored you all to death anyway.