Victoria Jaczko has won Paizo’s annual RPG Superstar competition. Her module, The Daughters of Fury, is set now to be published professionally for November 2014.
RPG Superstar host and former judge Steam K Reynolds said;
“Victoria’s design decisions—a grief-based magic item, an undead warhorse, a haunted chapel in a land torn by revolution, and a city besieged by a devil trying to collect a debt–are all unusual and interesting choices, showing she has the ability to approach an idea from a new perspective and present it in an intriguing way,”
“Being able to come up with something new really struck a chord with the voters, allowing her to establish an early lead in the Round 4 voting and maintain that until the end.”
The three runners up; Robert Brookes, NH Mikko Kallio and Mike Kimmel win assignments to write Pathfinder Society scenarios.
In a press statement, Sean added;
“I’m very proud of this year’s RPG Superstar winner. The judges often point out that the goal of RPG Superstar is to find the next superstar designer—someone who has well-rounded skills for creating fun magic items, interesting monsters, clever encounters, and exciting adventures. Victoria’s progress through the challenges of each round shows that she can produce quality work, and I look forward to seeing her finished adventure module and her future contributions as a published designer. Congratulations, Victoria!”
Special guest judges this year were Peter Adkison, Rich Baker, Judy Bauer, John Compton, Liz Courts, Adam Daigle, Crystal Frasier, Lee Hammock, James Jacobs, Rob Lazzaretti, Russ Morrissey, Patrick Renie and Amber Scott.
Pathfinder fans can read more about RPG Superstar 2014 here.