Broken Tower Productions
Roleplayers told: dice won’t save you
Broken Tower is the imprint for the multiverse that is the FateStorm Virtual Reality System: bringing you the art of evolutionary roleplay.
Shattered Moon core rule book and setting for FateStorm
You can read the first review at GeekNative.com
Shattered Moon racial vocation supplements:
Ogre Pledged and Devout
Elf Aesir and Vex
Troll Bruggan and Blooded
Goblin Kobold and Spriggan
Dwarf Heldane and Uithtan
Introducing the FateStorm Virtual Reality System
The Art of Evolutionary Roleplay
What makes FateStorm work:
FateStorm uses an innovative wager system to determine reward for risk with the player betting on their success.
FateStorm has a unique duelling system that engages the player in the action, without making the outcome inevitable and all without relying upon random determination generation.
FateStorm accesses Jungian and Campbell archetypes to deliver a rich and nuanced playing experience where the influences of the multiverse infuse the lives of the player’s characters; allowing them access to the very core spiritual building blocks, which they can call upon to aid them or hinder their opponents.
The system is flexible enough to be modified by a GM who wishes to add their own personal touch, is modular enough to engage newbies as well as veteran RPGers and visceral enough to act as a virtual reality rule set.
A set of tools, including; the FateDeck, FateSphere, HeroCycle, Ruling Sign Leylines and Elemental affinity, create a myriad of ways in which to interpret events and use these as story enablers.
Fate favours the brave
From now on it's not up to the GM or the dice to prove a character's worth - it's up to you.
During game testing, experienced roleplayers and newbies alike from around the world have become hooked on the freedom and flexibility offered by FateStorm. Matt Rigby, author of Emergence RPG, said: ‘I always thought that this sort of depth and richness was something you could only get from the setting; FateStorm turns that idea on its head. You could go crazy trying to explore the depths of the system, and not even begin adventuring in the setting. There should be a warning about the addictiveness of the FateStorm system.’
Further information can be found on the FateStorm website, Facebook page or via twitter @FateStormVRS.
New FateStorm Clothing and Products featuring the Shattered Moon crew check it out on the FateStorm website