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RPG Superstar 2012
Promotional logo for RPG Superstar 2012
(RPG Superstar)
Winner Mike Welham
Module Doom Comes to Dustpawn
Judges Ryan Dancey
Clark Peterson
Sean K Reynolds
Neil Spicer
2011   2013

RPG Superstar 2012 began on December 6, 2012 and ran through April 3, 2012. The judges for the popular contest's fourth year include Sean K Reynolds, 2009 winner Neil Spicer, Open Gaming guru Ryan Dancey, and Necromancer Games publisher Clark Peterson,[1] as well as guest judges Mark Moreland, James Jacobs, Rob Lazzaretti, and three of the top four contestants from RPG Superstar 2011.

On April 3, 2012, Mike Welham was declared the winner of the contest, and his Pathfinder Module, Doom Comes to Dustpawn, will be released in 2013. Additionally, the remaining three Top 4 contestants will each have the opportunity to write a Pathfinder Society scenario during Season 4.

See also: RPG Superstar


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Results

Winner

Mike Welham was declared the winner of RPG Superstar 2012 on April 3, 2012. His adventure, Doom Comes to Dustpawn will be written over the next year and is expected to be released in January 2013 as part of the Pathfinder Modules line.[2]

Top 4

The Top 4 contestants were announced on March 13, 2012. The three runners up will be given the opportunity to write a Pathfinder Society Scenario during Season 4.[3]

Steve Miller James Olchak Tom Phillips

Top 8

The Top 8 contestants were announced on February 21, 2012. Each was tasked with crafting a tiered encounter with a map, in the style of a Pathfinder Society Scenarios, which were given a week for the public to playtest before voting opened.[4]

Adam Donald Daniel Rust
Sam Polak Russell Vaneekhoven

Top 16

The Top 16 contestants, chosen by the voting public from the Top 32 archetypes in Round 2, were announced on February 7, 2012. Each progressing entrant submitted a monster concept and statblock.[5]

Will Cooper James Raine
Bob DrouinD David Ross
Andrew Marlowe Chris Shaeffer
Jacob Michaels Jacob Trier

Top 32

Of the hundreds of contestants who submitted wondrous items for round 1 of the contest, the following contestants were selected as the Top 32 entrants. Announced on January 24, 2012, each of these contestants submitted a villainous organization for public voting to determine the Top 16.[6]

Chad Bartlett N. Edward Lange
Alexander Bennett Thomas LeBlanc
Jim Callaghan David Ludwig
Anthony Guillotte Greg Monk
Mark Hart Eric Morton
Dan Jones Joshua Murphy
Mikko Kallio Jason Neals
Jacob Kellogg Andrew Newton
Ian Studebaker-Grey

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