Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Wins Golden Geek Awards


The winners of the 2014 Golden Geek Awards have been determined by the users of BoardGameGeek, RPGGeek, and VideoGameGeek.

Wizards Of The Coast Swept The RPG Category for RPG.


2014 RPGGeek Winners & Runners Up

Game of the Year
Winner – Dungeons & Dragons (5th Edition)
Runner Up – Call of Cthulhu (7th Edition)
Runner Up – Firefly Role-Playing Game

Best Artwork & Pres.
Winner – Player’s Handbook (D&D 5e)
Runner Up – Dungeon Master’s Guide (D&D 5e)
Runner Up – Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set

Best Supplement
Winner – Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set
Runner Up – Horror on the Orient Express
Runner Up – Designers & Dragons: The 70s


Mike Mearls tweeted out this thanks on finding out the news:



Something tells me, this is just the start of many awards to come for WOTC and 5E!


One comment

  1. Radha2g /

    Some don’t want to change, but I feel 5e is a really good and fresh re-start. I used to play 3.5 and there were a lot of really broken things. My only regret is that I never got the chance to play the War Weaver and be the ultimate support/buffer.

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