Best of the RPGs Tournament - FINAL FOUR Voting
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The Elite Eight round of the tournament is over and we had a few two VERY close matches. Here are some interesting facts from the first round:
Biggest blowout: Lady Blackbird (225 votes) over Trail of Cthulhu (135 votes)
Closest Match: Fate Core (207 votes) over Fiasco Classic (198 votes)
3 out of 4 of the matchups were upsets in the Elite Eight.
Biggest upset by seed: Lady Blackbird (seeded 26) over Trail of Cthulhu (seeded 2)
Biggest upset by % of votes: Lady Blackbird (225 votes) over Trail of Cthulhu (135 votes)
Matchup with the most votes: Dungeon World over Apocalypse World (432 total votes)
Matchup with the least votes: Lady Blackbird over Trail of Cthulhu (360 total votes)
Of the top 4 seeded teams none still remain.
The lowest seeded team that made it to the Final Four is Lady Blackbird (seeded 26)
To see the earlier voting results, go to these GeekLists:
Wildcard Nominations & Voting: Best of the RPGs Tournament - Seeds 57-64 Voting Thread
First Round: Best of the RPGs Tournament - First Round Voting
Second Round: Best of the RPGs Tournament - Second Round Voting
Sweet Sixteen: Best of the RPGs Tournament - Sweet Sixteen Voting
Elite Eight: Best of the RPGs Tournament - Elite Eight Voting
Below are the FINAL FOUR! To see them in a tournament-style bracket, you can go to this website: http://challonge.com/bestoftherpgs. (You don't have to create an account to view the bracket.)
Each RPG's seed number is listed in parentheses after its name in the polls.
Okay, let's vote on our favorite RPGs. Most of us have not played all of these, but you can still vote based on genre, mechanics, description in the database, etc., or even whichever one looks the coolest. The criteria for "best RPG" is totally up to you, but make sure your vote gets heard on all of these!
Color commentary, reasons for voting one way or the other, and good-natured smack talk are strongly encouraged in the comments beneath the GeekList items.
Good luck to all the RPGs competing in the Final Four, and may the best RPG win!
VOTING ENDS MIDNIGHT, GEEK TIME, TONIGHT!
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