Badman Memorial Award
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The Badman Memorial Award is an award given during the annual Erins to the most influential figure in the AIF community, someone who has helped direct and shape it into what it has become today. This person can be any influential person; it doesn't have to be an author. The award is named after Badman, its first winner.
A person may only be awarded the Badman Memorial Award once; past winners of the award are not eligible to win the award in subsequent years.
- Badman Memorial Award 2002: Badman.
Badman wrote ST-NG (X-Trek) (1991; AGT) and ST-NG A Night with Troi (1991; AGT), creating the genre of XTrek. For this lifetime achievement, this award was first awarded to Badman and named in his honor.
- Badman Memorial Award 2003: Choices.
Choices authored many AIF games, eg: Xactor, Rogue Cop, Rogue Redux, Dear Brian.
- Badman Memorial Award 2004: NewKid.
- Badman Memorial Award 2005: Christopher Cole.
- Badman Memorial Award 2006: Scarlet Herring and A. Bomire.
- Badman Memorial Award 2007: BBBen.
- Badman Memorial Award 2009: GoblinBoy.
Note: There was no Erins 2008.