What started as blog posts, has evolved into what will be a supplement available for free when complete. While I geared this towards Leaves of Chiaroscuro characters, I’ve taken care to set it up so that it can be used with the setting of your choice. If your Fate game includes dragon-themed characters, than this supplement is for you!
Here’s the very very rough draft of Five Dragons. If you read any of the blog posts dealing with the Oneiros, you’ll notice I’ve changed some things. I still need to add one more dragon option for the Oneiros as well.
I’m also pondering adding a few more things to it, but what? Is there something you’d like to see in this supplement? Let me know!
Why Would You Do This? An exercise in insanity? Because I love to hack game systems to little bloody bits and pieces?
Anyhow, this is a Fate hack that I’m releasing in little bits and pieces. I haven’t playtested it yet, if you decide to give any part of it a try, then, I would love to hear about it. I would also love to hear if anything just plain doesn’t make sense, and what unanswered questions there might be about what is included here. I do plan to playtest it and fix it as needed later, so consider this to be a very rough draft.
What is this good for?
Dungeon Fate is good for those who like game systems that capture that easy hackability, that fast paced gameplay that Fate has (and like other elements of the game), but want to try something with a more brutal, gritty edge. Hopefully this will prove good for games where the stakes are higher, and also for games more about the challenges of survival. Continue reading →
Enchanted places where the veil between Asiyah and another physical realm are worn thin are blessedly rare, but when they do occur sometimes bizarre life from beyond may find its way over. Explorers may seek to extinguish such life before it can take root in Asiyah, or to bring it back for those who collect such oddities.
The two “objects” below are otherworldly creatures of a parasitic nature. The PCs may find them while exploring an enchanted realm, or perhaps while investigating the home of a collector who has come to some mysterious end. Continue reading →
The first review (that I am aware of) of Leaves of Chiaroscuro is in. This one is by Red Dice Diaries, who have done a wide variety of other RPG book reviews, and some very helpful video tutorials on the Fate RPG. You can watch it on Youtube (see below).
In the meanwhile the holidays mean the print proof is taking a little longer to get to me from DriveThruRPG, but with any luck I’ll have it in hand soon.