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The Well of All Fear is nominated for two ENNIE Awards!

Much to my shock and suprise, my Call of Cthulhu scenario The Well of All Fear is nominated for not one, but two ENNIE Awards.

The game is shortlisted for Best Adventure – Short Form and Best Community Content, against some industry heavyweights! The ENNIE Awards are one of the top prizes in the world for tabletop roleplaying games, and are presented annually at Gen Con in the US.

Voting is open to anyone until 21 July. It would mean the world to me if you could vote for my game.

The game is available in print and PDF on DriveThruRPG.

Here are the nominations in each category.

Best Adventure – Short Form

  • Eat The Reich, Rowan, Rook and Decard, Author: Grant Howitt
  • Losing Face, Pelgrane Press, Author: Kevin Kulp
  • One-Shot Wonders, Roll & Play Press, Authors: Sam Bartlett, Beth Davies, Destiny Howell
  • The Well of All Fear, Miskatonic Repository, Author: Kat Clay
  • Vineyard RPG: The Undead Gala, Is Friday Productions LLC, Authors: Luna Petra Giannotta, Friday Strout

Best Community Content

  • Call of Cthulhu: Los Hobos and the Wolves of Carcosa, Critical Hit Publishing (Miskatonic Repository), Author: Alex Guillotte
  • Is this a Curse? (DMs Guild), Author: Jeremy Cheong
  • The Huangfu Heist, Neo Tokyo Project (DMs Guild), Author: Jason Koh, Darryl Ho
  • The Last Dance of Lola Montez: A Call of Cthulhu Modern Adventure (Miskatonic Repository), Author: David Waldron
  • The Well of All Fear (Miskatonic Repository), Author: Kat Clay