[ENnies] Is the ENnies a "d20-only" Award?

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[ENnies] Is the ENnies a "d20-only" Award?

Postby reveal » Fri Apr 13, 2012 8:26 am

One of the complaints that I have heard from some publishers in the last few years is that they still thought of the ENnies as more of a "d20-only Award." Thinking about it, I delved into the numbers and came up with some interesting statistics concerning the last few years' nominees and winners. I'm posting them here so that if you have the same reaction as these publishers or hear from anyone who thinks the same way, you'll have some information at your disposal.

In 2009, there were 100 products nominated. Out of those, only 17 could be considered "d20" products. That's 17%.

In 2009, out of the 38 winning products, only 14 could be considered "d20" products. That's 37%.

In 2010, we added one new category and there were 105 products nominated. Out of those, only 22 could be considered "d20" products. That's 21%.

In 2010, out of the 40 winning products, only 16 could be considered "d20" products. That's 40%.

In 2011, we added one new category and there were 110 products nominated. Out of those, only 24 could be considered "d20" products. That's 22%.

In 2011, out of the 42 winning products, there were only 14 that could be considered "d20" products. That's 33%.

As you can see, there are many products represented by the ENnies, not just "d20" products. Hopefully, this will prove useful to you and assuage any fears you may have about the ENnies not trying to represent the entire RPG community. :)
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Re: [ENnies] Is the ENnies a "d20-only" Award?

Postby danbuter1 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 3:24 pm

Please stop spamming us with new Ennies threads.
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Re: [ENnies] Is the ENnies a "d20-only" Award?

Postby Zapp » Fri Apr 20, 2012 1:28 am

Yes, the lack of feedback makes your postings indistinguishable from true spam (regardless of your nobler intent). Perhaps you could consider restricting yourself to a single thread containing all your Ennies updates next year. Alternatively, perhaps the GR forums simply aren't where these posts should go?

Thank you.
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