Ennies nominations are out again, so it's time for every armchair dillrod to second guess the process. Here's my take. I like Gaming Paper. I own a couple rolls, have almost filled one with Boot Hill gunfight locations. By next week it will be full when I add the OK Corral to it. I'll need at least one more roll, probably two, before the campaign ends.
But Gaming Paper Adventures getting an Ennie nomination for Best Aid and Vornheim only an honorable mention? That's just crazy talk. If you do D&D with minis I can see the appeal of the Adventures version of Gaming Paper. They're dungeon geomorphs at 1 inch equals 5 feet. That's totally groovy. But its not mind-blowingly awesome and original in the way Vornheim is.
I don't know anything else about the other nominees, so in all fairness I can't really say they're not as cool as Vornheim. I'll assume that WotC's nominee D&D Essentials: Dungeon Tiles Master Set – The Dungeon is cooler than it's hamhanded corporate-speak brandified title suggests, but that's just guesswork.
The past few days we have been re watching 1-6 and have enjoyed it. My question is in Episode 1 when Qui-Gon Jinn goes in to the village and Padmé goes with him insisting that it was the Queen's order that she go. Since he is a Jedi and can read minds would he not have all ready known that Padme' was really the queen. Her mind would not have been strong enough to block that information from him.
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