ENnie Awards

By Shamus
on Jul 16, 2007
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Tabletop Games

Fear the Boot, the tabletop RPG podcast, has been nominated at the Gen Con EN World RPG Awards. If you remember, these are the guys who interviewed me back in May. I’ve since become friends with the hosts and I really enjoy the show, so I’m really cheering for them. If you’re so inclined, please stop on over and give them a vote. If you’ve never heard the show before, now would be a good time to check it out.

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4Four comments. Fantastic.

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  1. Scott says:

    Not the first post!

  2. Dave says:

    I’m confused.. I’m not sure what to do.. I’ve never been this high up in the comments.. I know I should say something.. I guess I’m finally gonna listen to this boot deal you’re always ravin’ ’bout. .. an hour long.. ok.. here goes.

  3. corwin says:

    I wish I could make it out to GenCon and meet the guys. Theirs is pretty much my favorite podcast out there.

  4. Dann-O says:

    Well I am a fan of FTB but they got taken down from competition for the award a bit of bruhaha over some jesting comments on their podcast.

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