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Evocraft RPG

Evocraft RPG

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In Evocraft RPG, you create a world.


You fill this world with animals and plants. Using dice based generation, you create civilizations, playable races, spirit beings and many other things. Once you’ve given life to this fantasy world, you play through its history. Act as characters inside this world and shape the course of history with your actions. Evocraft is one part group creative exercise and one part traditional role-playing game. The rulebooks provide you with efficient game mechanics to bring your creations into a  playable environment. Fight monsters, heal disease, persuade characters and much more.


Evocraft RPG is ideal for beginners and veterans alike.

Create Your World



- 400+ pages of illustrated PDF rulebooks. 

- Five Era timelines, ranging from ancient civilizations, through the middle ages and into a high tech future.

- Roll charts and fill-in-the-blank stories randomly generate creative prompts. Millions of possible combinations. 

- Easy and exciting game mechanics. Creative magic system, fast-paced combat, mercantile haggling, and more.

- Elegant story-based character design.

- Printable sheets to keep track of your creations and characters.

- Online community with updates, new content and friendly message boards.



You Need:

            Six-sided, 10-sided and percentile dice. Also a printer would be ideal.


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Pierre S January 24, 2017 10:05 pm UTC
By the way, people who like Evocraft may also like Leaves of Chiaroscuro, and vice-versa. Leaves of Chiaroscuro is set in a fantasy Renaissance environment centered on Italian cities, particularly Bologna which is given the most detail. There are the human political intrigues of this Renaissance city-state period, but there are also some half-human races which include races with draconic, elemental, angelic or demonic ancestry. A magic-system and extra-dimensional realms are covered as well. Leaves of Chiaroscuro uses the Fate Core rules system (which is not included in the rules but you can obtain it elsewhere or read the System Reference Document elsewhere).
I think it would be a very good fit to mine for details of an Era 3 setting in Evocraft.
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Pierre S January 25, 2016 2:07 pm UTC
I read Evocraft completely. There were two kinds of typos of note. In the world-creation the word longitude was used when lines of latitude were really meant throughout (longitude, the position east or west, doesn't directly affect climate). Also there are page-references with missing page-numbers, just the place-holder "[EDIT]" throughout the text. Normally the word-processor can fill in the right page even after revisions. Also, as I said, the third Era book had a preamble p. 6 that accidentally recopied stuff mentioning Eras II and III. I will privately send you a complete list of typos.
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Tomer Z November 24, 2015 7:36 pm UTC
Hi, can we have some preview or sneak peak
It would really help to understand what this product is all about...
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Scott W December 04, 2015 4:33 pm UTC
Hi, Tomer, a preview is now available at this link:
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Andy B November 23, 2015 2:55 am UTC
Definitely picking this up in about a week. It looks epic.
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Pierre S December 16, 2015 2:56 pm UTC
Oh, it *is* epic! It is a comprehensive framework for world creation, with explanations to do things such as distributing your temperatures and rainfalls to create different geographical regions, then generate plants and animals both mundane and exotic. Cultures can be developed on the roll tables in five Eras from primitive through medieval and Renaissance, modern and then post-apocalytic. There are notes on blending aspects of an old Era into your new Era. A few layers of spirit-worlds are detailed as well with spirits and even more powerful Outer Ones, like gods. Artwork appears to be charcoal or ink drawings evocative of initial, simple cultures, sometimes of a playful nature.

The character play rules are a simple dice-pool system (the more six-sided dice, more chances to be successful (count 5 or 6 as one success), and varying factors and modifiers give you more or fewer dice (roll up to 36 dice, they say!)).

The main book is over 200 pages, there are 3 Era books 50, 100 and...See more
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Scott W December 18, 2015 1:02 am UTC
Hey, thanks for the review! If you have any questions remaining, feel free to post them onto the forum at:

And I'll see if I can find you an answer!

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Pierre S January 13, 2016 5:05 pm UTC
I did post an official review, and am near reading it all. It didn't register my name properly in the review and said Name Withheld, that was not my intention.
If it is helpful I'll send a list of errata or typos for the whole lot. One thing I notice is the Third Era p. 6 "Crossover Materials" accidentally recopied the preamble from Era II and III without editing it for the new book, so it spoke about medieval and Renaissance periods! Definitely a correction to make.
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