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Last Chance to Vote for Eureka in the Golden Geek Awards!

Posted By Martin Ralya On October 28, 2010 @ 12:52 am In Gnome Rodeo | No Comments

The Stew’s first book, Eureka, is currently nominated for a 2010 Golden Geek Award for Best Supplement, which is crazy awesome for a book with barely a quarter of sales under its belt.

Voting for the awards closes 10/31, and if you haven’t voted for Eureka already I’d like to ask you to take a couple of minutes and do just that. Here’s how it works.

You need to be a BoardGameGeek member and meet any one of three criteria: have a supporter badge from any year, have purchased an avatar, or pay a one-time 20 GeekGold fee.

If you don’t meet those criteria, fear not! Gnome Stew reader and BGG admin jmilum offered up the following:

Another way to qualify to vote is to have an avatar, if anyone would like to vote all they need to do is register at the site and send me a geekmail (the internal messaging system at RPG Geek) and I’ll spot you the GeekGold to get an avatar. My username there is jmilum.

The actual voting:

  1. Visit the Golden Geek Awards RPG voting page
  2. Click on the “Best Supplement” button up top
  3. Click on the box to the right of Eureka: 501 Adventure Plots to Inspire Game Masters
  4. Rate Eureka a “1″ (the highest rating)

Easy-peasy! You just rate Eureka (along with any other nominees you like) and that’s that. There’s no submit button, and your vote will be counted once voting closes.

Thank you very much for voting for us!

About  Martin Ralya

A father, husband, writer, small-press publisher, former RPG industry freelancer, and lifelong geek, Martin has been gaming since 1987 and GMing since 1989. He lives in Utah with his amazing wife Alysia and their awesome daughter Lark in a house full of books and games.




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