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I was really excited to meet people who had played my game and loved it, even in its early stages. I even signed a few copies for my new fans! Winning the Polyprize felt like a real affirmation that Stones of Fate had potential to become a successful game. The prize came with a mission: to use the funds to work towards publishing the game. Tom taught me about many of the challenges of being a designer, getting the attention of publishers, and things to be cautious about.

My conversations with Tom convinced me that I needed to make my first pilgrimage to Gencon to get a feel for what the bigger industry is like. Gencon , of course, was a life-changing experience. I was able to attend workshops, meet many people, play tons of games, and get a feel for just how vast and diverse the gaming community is.

One particularly useful talk I attended featured James Earnest Volatility in Game Design , who discussed the nature and necessity of volatility and chance in game design. I came home from Gencon invigorated and convinced that designing games was something I would commit to, and Stones of Fate would be my first game.

Cosmic Wombat Games has continued to develop and improve Stones of Fate, and has done a fantastic job integrating the artwork of award-winning artist Ciro Marchetti. Update 6. Feb 26, Welcome to all our new backers! I have a few things going on that I wanted to make you aware of. Jeff King and I talk about what went into this Kickstarter, how it differs from the previous Stones of Fate Kickstarter, and what lessons were learned and applied.

You can listen here. I have been talking with my friend Peter Vaughaun, who designed a great family game called What The Food?! Peter and I would like to do a cross-promotion. I have developed the following What The Fool?! This is a new 4-point card they are rare that takes some inspiration from Peter's game. Stay tuned for information on how you can acquire both cards. I had one backer ask me if it was possible to move up the size upgrade stretch goal to a smaller goal amount. He was really excited about bringing the bigger cards into the game and wanted to ensure that goal would be met.

I am also really excited about getting that upgrade, and I really wish I could set it at a lower level. However, the finances just don't work out to get the bigger cards printed for any cheaper. I do believe we can hit that goal, and I am doing everything I can to ensure that we hit that goal. I am working on finding 5 new social media outlets everyday to share the project with.

I will be reaching out to blogs and podcasts for interviews. Be on the lookout and see if you can spot where Stones of Fate will pop up next. This is where he interviews current project creators about their projects. He has some pretty big names as well. JR and I are still working out the details but I will hopefully be on sometime early next week.

I will let you all know when we finalize plans so you can tune in! Update 5. Feb 24, Today, our designer, Luke Laurie, stops by to give us some insight about what inspired him during the design process of Stones of Fate. One of the great joys of designing Stones of Fate was being able to draw from the rich themes embedded in the Tarot.

I use these themes to inspire interesting, but easy to understand mechanics. The meanings of Tarot cards are fascinating, but also diverse and conflicting, depending on your sources. Cards may also have different meanings depending on context.

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Out of necessity, for game design purposes, I have to embrace some card meanings, and reject others. Stones of Fate is a somewhat abstract game voted the 3rd most anticipated abstract game for The theme has been an inspiration for the design since its inception. Historically, Tarot cards were originally used for a variety of games, many lost to time, before they were adopted by mystics and gypsies for divination purposes.

For all we know, a game like Stones of Fate might have been payed hundreds of years ago Below are a few examples of the card abilities in Stones of Fate, and how they represent the Tarot cards they are based on:. Aces in the Tarot are often associated with newness and change. A player wins the Ace of Cups by having exactly one Fate Stone on the bottom edge of the card when it is flipped.

After the card is won, the player may choose to trade that card for a card belonging to another player. Thematically, the new card gained represents the new love, likely a card worth more points. The other player, conversely, saw their love swept away. The Ten of Swords represents a powerful disruptive force - overkill, so to speak. Relics are rare and powerful artefacts that may take the form of any of the three Equipment card types.

Relics follow the same slot placement rule as Equipment. There are several opportunities to acquire Relics, such as when you have activated the Demon Trader Encounter or are looting a Royalty. Once the Relic has been placed on the Player Board, it cannot be removed unless another Relic belonging to the same slot is acquired which would stash the old Relic. Therefore, you cannot acquire an Equipment card for any slot occupied by a Relic.

I mportant: Relics can never be destroyed or discarded by an ability or game effect targeting Equipment. The base damage the weapon will bring to combat. This can be applied to an enemy only once per Combat Encounter. The maximum number of Attack cards you may have bound to your weapon outside of a Combat Encounter. The number of extra cards you draw from your Player deck and bind to your weapon at the start of a Combat Encounter. If you reveal an Ambush Encounter, your enemies have taken you by surprise, and your Strike Bonus is reduced to 1. Aside from Stashing Equipment, certain Skill cards, Encounters and enemy abilities may cause a card to be destroyed.

When a card is destroyed, it is removed from the game and placed back in the box. The default weapon Rusty Axe that is printed on the Player Board is not considered a card and therefore cannot be destroyed.

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It is still considered to be an Equipment. With their unique card back and rusty colour scheme, Relics are special, unique Equipment cards. Unlike Equipment, Relics worn by an Adventurer cannot be destroyed when that Adventurer dies. E ncounters are the cards that form the map on the Central Board. Encounter cards aside from the Town Encounter start out face-down. When you move to a face-down Encounter card, you must reveal the Encounter by turning it face-up. There are three levels of Encounters, one for each of the three Royalties. Level 1 Encounters are associated with the Jack, level 2 the Queen, and level 3 the King.

In addition, an Encounter card may also grant access to Equipment E cards. Usage Value. When an Encounter is revealed, place Usage cubes according to the Usage value. Encounters without any Usage value have no activation limit and can be used any number of times. Location is the most common type of Encounter in the game. Boss Encounters will bring you face-to-face with a unique and powerful enemy. Campaign Encounters are only used in Campaign Mode See p. Return them to the box when playing in Competitive Mode. Basic Encounter is a subtype that appears on every level. The Town is the only basic Encounter card in the game.

At the start of each level, all players start on the Town. Events are the most common Encounter subtype in the game. If you activate an Event Encounter, simply resolve the text on the Encounter. Any cost must be paid or the Encounter cannot be activated. Combat subtypes call upon your Adventurer to engage in battle.

If you activate a Combat Encounter, draw and fight enemies as instructed by the card.

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Ambush behaves like a Combat subtype with a couple of differences. Any Ambush you reveal when exploring will be activated immediately. Whenever you are ambushed, your Strike Bonus is reduced to a value of 1. Once an Ambush Encounter has been revealed and activated a single time, it acts as an ordinary Combat Encounter.

Therefore, if you choose to activate an Ambush Encounter that has already been activated, your Strike Bonus will be fully available at the start of combat.

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Enemy Suits. E nemies come in 4 suits: Dust , Plague , Skulls , and Scales. Dust minions are Bandits that roam the wide ranging deserts. They are weak but have a penchant for stealing. Plague minions are filthy Ratmen who feed on scraps and spread illness. Best beware if these enemies outnumber you, as fighting will become increasingly difficult.

Skulls minions are Undead skeletal warriors raised from the dead by dark magic and curses. Scales minions are powerful Lizardmen. They carry fierce weapons and heavy shields. They will fend off blows so come prepared for an extended battle. Enemies may have abilities which allow them to change the course of combat. These special attributes take effect at the time stated on the card — either when the enemy is in battle or when it is defeated. Protection is a powerful passive defence, common to the Scales suit. Protection comes with a numerical value. If an enemy has Protection 1, the enemy will ignore the first card with 1 or more power assigned to it each round of combat.

If an enemy has Protection 2, the enemy will ignore the first 2 cards, and so on.

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If you wish to defeat such an enemy, you will need to assign multiple cards in a single round of combat. If an enemy with Protection would gain Protection for any reason, increase their original protection to the sum of those values. Infected enemies are covered in filth and disease.

Your endurance is weakened against these opponents, and you will find it harder to push on in fights See p. Infected enemies will force you to spend additional Food in order to push during combat. If an Infected enemy is defeated during combat before you push, you no longer need to spend the additional Food.

Infected comes with a numerical value. If an enemy has Infected 1, the enemy will cost you 1 additional Food to push against. If an enemy has Infected 2, the enemy will cost 2 more to push against, and so on. Minions are the underlings that serve their bosses. They are what Adventurers typically fight during Combat Encounters. If the Minion deck is ever empty, shuffle the discard pile and place t face down to form a new deck.

Bosses are typically fought at Boss Encounters. They are powerful enemies who always enter combat with minions at their command. The value found in the Minion Draw icon indicates the minimum total Power value of minions that must be drawn for battle. Draw and reveal minions until their combined Power value is equal to or greater than the Minion Draw value. This could be achieved by drawing a single minion with a Power value of 4 or above, or one minion of 3 Power combined with a minion of 2 Power for a total of 5, or just four minions with 1 Power each. Once you have drawn these minions, the Combat Encounter resolves in the same way as any other Combat Encounter, with one exception: All minions must have enough damage assigned to defeat them before you may assign cards to the boss.

In other words, you must defeat all minions before you can defeat the boss. If the boss is not defeated, its Encounter remains active until a player is able to defeat the boss. All minions drawn for the previous combat are discarded. At the start of the next boss combat, the boss will draw new minions. The level of an Encounter is shown on the top left and top right corners of a card in the form of pips. If, for any reason, an Ambush Encounter is revealed by a player who has already activated an Encounter during their turn, the Ambush fails.

This failed Ambush Encounter will then act as an ordinary Combat Encounter. A Royalty is a type of Boss. Only Royalty Bosses exist in the standard edition of the game, but future game expansions may introduce non-Royalty Bosses. The Jacks are the weakest of the three Royalty types, but they remain a force to be reckoned with.

When first encountered, a Jack may afflict the players with a devastating special ability. If you wish to fight the Jack, make sure you are prepared for the challenge. For example, while the Queen of Dust is in play, any player who reveals a Dust minion during their turn immediately loses 1 Health. The Kings are the most difficult Royalties to defeat. If you have revealed the King Royalty and are unable to defeat it, place the King token on the Boss Encounter. Pursuit comes with a numerical value, followed by a description of the player that the King token will move towards.

The numerical value indicates the number of Encounters the King token will move in pursuit of the player it is seeking. If two or more players are tied for the Pursuit condition, the player to the left of the active player must choose which direction the King will move.

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The King token will move 1 encounter in the direction of the player with the most Health. If a player wishes to engage the King after the King token has moved away from its Boss Encounter card, the player must reach the King token itself to initiate combat. If you are on an Encounter with the King token, you may choose to fight the King or to use the Encounter. You may also move past the King on your turn at no penalty. If the King ends its move on the same Encounter as the active player, or begins its Pursuit ability on the same Encounter and does not move, it will then attack the active player.

When the King attacks a player, that player must choose either to fight or to retreat from the King. To fight the king, proceed as you would with any non-Ambush Boss Encounter. Choosing this option counts as activating an Encounter for your turn. You will move on to your Acquire step after combat. If you survive the Pain, you will then be able to continue your turn as normal, and may even challenge the King as part of your Encounter step.

If the King is not defeated, it remains on its current Encounter. New minions will be drawn at the start of the next combat with the King. To determine if the game ends, see p. The standard edition of the game comes with the King of Skulls miniature, which can be used in place of a King token. Defeating a Royalty completes the current level and provides players with the opportunity to spend their Token Shards to acquire valuable cards. In turn order, starting with the player who defeated the Royalty, each player must choose to Acquire Relic , Exchange , or Pass :. Spend Token Shards in order to enter the Relic draw.

Spend , minus 1 for each other player who has already chosen this option. For example, if you are the first player to choose this option, spend. If you are the second player to choose this option, spend , and so on. Once all players have made a choice, the first player who spent Token Shards draws 2 cards from the Relic deck, plus 1 card for each additional player who spent Token Shards. The first player then looks at the cards drawn, chooses a single Relic to keep, and passes the remaining cards to the next player who spent Token Shards.

This action is repeated until all players who have spent Token Shards have chosen a Relic. Place the remaining Relic on the bottom of the Relic deck. C Pass. After the Royalty has been defeated for this level, the active player completes their Acquire and Rest steps.

The current level is then replaced with the next. The new level will include a new Boss Encounter card. The player who defeated the previous Royalty must set up the Central Board for the new level by completing the following steps:. Play then proceeds with the next player as normal. Two minions were drawn with a combined power of 6, which satisfies the Minion Draw requirement. The player must defeat both minions before being able to assign damage to the king. Angela has just defeated the Queen, and the looting proceeds as follows: Angela, choosing first, decides to spend.

The second player, Mark, decides to pass. The third player, John, spends. Angela then draws 3 Relic cards. That is, she draws 2 Relic cards, plus 1 additional Relic for each other player who spent Shards John. She then picks 1 of those cards to keep and passes the other 2 cards to John, who chooses a Relic for himself; the remaining Relic is placed on the bottom of the Relic deck.

When you activate a Combat Encounter, take note of any special abilities belonging to the Encounter. Then, draw and reveal as many minions as the Encounter instructs. Resolve any minion abilities that take effect at the start of combat as they are revealed and then resolve any other card abilities that refer to the start of combat , before drawing your Strike Bonus.

A Draw. Any Action cards you draw must also be bound as though they were Attack cards. If you have been Ambushed, your Strike Bonus will be reduced to a value of 1. Resolve the abilities of the drawn cards in any order. Effort gained from cards bound during your Strike Bonus draw step is treated as Power instead. All Power gained this way is added to the card itself. Abilities that gain other types of resources remain unchanged , this includes abilities that generate food.

After you have finished applying your Strike Bonus and resolving any abilities, enter the first combat round step 2. Assign any combination of cards bound to your weapon with a total Power value equal to or greater than the Power value of an enemy in order to defeat them. Your weapon and certain Equipment can also be assigned to enemies this way. Note that each card may only be assigned to one enemy and can only be assigned once per Combat Encounter.

B Loot. Discard all defeated enemies and move all assigned cards except for your Equipment to your played area. If any enemies remain, you must choose either to Push or to Flee step 3. Otherwise, proceed to combat end step 4. Ambush cards are a special kind of Combat card that can be identified by their orange text and blood spatter. When you reveal an Ambush, you have no choice but to fight! Unless a card ability states otherwise, the following rules only apply during Strike Bonus:.

If you do not survive the Pain when you Push or Flee, you are dead. Proceed to combat end step 4. Discard any remaining enemies and move any unused cards from your weapon to your played area unused cards are any card s bound to your weapon that were not assigned.

Resolve the rest of the step based on your outcome:. When you initiate a combat on your own terms, you are ready and able to fight, bringing all your skills to bear. If you have been ambushed, however, the tables are turned and you will find yourself unprepared. If you have revealed an Ambush Encounter during your Explore step, this Encounter is activated immediately and your Strike Bonus will be reduced to a value of 1. Battle can be chaotic. During combat, we recommend moving the bound cards from your weapon onto the enemies you are attacking.

As you struggle to overcome each enemy and obstacle, you are destined to meet with the wounds and torments they have in store for you. Both exploration and combat will exact a toll on your fortitude by causing you to resolve Pain cards. To resolve, draw a Pain card from the Pain deck and apply its effect. Discard the card afterwards. When the Pain deck has run out, shuffle the Pain discard pile in order to form a new Pain deck. Pain cards range from Health afflictions to famine and curses. When you lose all your , you are dead.

When losing , ignore the effect if you have none. When gaining a Curse card, place it in your discard pile. But death is not the end. You must continue your struggle. U pon death, follow the steps below to resurrect your Adventurer and continue your journey:. Were you and your fellow Adventurers triumphant? Did you best the game of life and death, or did it best you? The end of the game can be triggered in one of two ways:. When the end of the game has been triggered, you do not move to a new level. Instead, complete the current round of turns as normal so that all players have an equal number of turns, then proceed to final scoring.

To calculate your final score, add the Fame value of each card from your Player deck, hand, discard pile, and Player Board to your score on the Fame track. Finally, add 1 Fame for every 3 Token Shards you have. The winner is the player with the most Fame. In the case of a tie, the tied player who killed the King wins. If neither of the tied players killed the King, the tied player with the most Token Shards wins.

If there is a further tie, the tied players must duel: Each player discards all cards in their hand and bound to their weapon. Then, each player shuffles all their cards into their deck and draws 5 cards. They may play any of these cards for their abilities, then bind Attack cards as normal. Each player then applies their Strike Bonus. After these steps, the player with the greatest amount of Power wins the game. To obtain a card by spending some resource, usually Effort. A type of Skill card that provides resources, such as Effort, and abilities.

A type of Encounter that must be activated as soon as it is revealed. Refers to the three Skill card types: Trickster, Wanderer, and Soldier. A type of Skill card that provides Power and abilities, typically used in combat. Refers to the starting cards Strive, Hack, Forage , as well as Flourish cards. The maximum amount of cards that may be bound to your weapon outside of a Combat Encounter. The event of battle, synonymous with Combat Encounter.

Harm inflicted upon a player or an enemy, resulting in loss of Health, defeat, or death. In Competitive Mode, Kallas is the current master of the Game. The elimination of an enemy when it has Power assigned to it equal to or greater than its Power value. The act of removing a card from the game and placing it back in the box. If any non-player deck in the game is ever entirely destroyed, return the destroyed cards to that deck and shuffle it into a new deck. To place a card of any kind into its designated discard pile. The act of taking a number of cards from a specified deck. The primary currency, represented by , used to acquire cards and activate certain abilities.

A space occupied by an Encounter card on the Central Board, which is revealed turned face-up when a player moves onto it. Includes subtypes: trinket, armour, and weapon. Earned by players and represented by ; used to determine the winner in Competitive Mode. To leave combat at the end of a round, before all enemies have been defeated.

A type of resource, represented by , that may be spent to move between Encounters and activate certain abilities. To obtain transient resources of any kind, such as Effort or various kinds of tokens. An enemy with this effect makes you spend additional Food each time you push. The weakest of the Royalty boss type, and the ruling Royalty of level 1. The strongest of the Royalty boss type, and the ruling Royalty of level 3. To see the contents of a card privately.

If you are allowed to look at a card that is face down, do not reveal its contents to the table. Refers to a card that is neither a starting card nor a Flourish card. Has reference to Pain cards or the Pain value of an enemy. Cards drawn during the Strike Bonus are also considered as played. Any cards you have played during your turn are placed here. The strength value of an enemy or a weapon, represented by.

An enemy with this effect ignores a number of cards applied to it equal to its Protection value. If a card has Protection and Gains protection from another card, the protection values are added together. To persist in combat by spending , resolving 1 Pain card for each enemy, then drawing and binding 1 new card to your weapon. The second strongest of the Royalty boss type, and the ruling Royalty of level 2. An ability specific to the Queen Royalties, which remains active for as long as the Queen remains in play.

A card type used in cooperative and solo modes of play. When complete, a Quest grants a player with a unique Adventurer-specific Reward. To apply the effects described on any card. Also used with reference to drawing Pain cards and applying their effects. Refers to the asset players could obtain such as Effort, Food and Power. Choosing to avoid combat with the King when you are the active player and begin your turn on the same Encounter as the King token.

To show the content of a card, typically by turning that card face-up. A boss type comprised of the Jacks, Queens, and Kings. A type of card, of which Action and Attack cards are subtypes. A designated location for an Equipment card on a Player Board. To destroy an Equipment or Relic you are replacing and score an amount of Fame equal to its Fame value.

Unlike Equipment, Relics can only be stashed by other Relics. Allows you to draw and bind additional cards to your weapon at the start of combat. A special currency, represented by , used for acquiring Relics and activating certain abilities. A value is a number indicating the quantity of a game statistic, such as Effort, Food or Power. The discarded card must be from your hand. If you have no cards to discard, you must take a curse instead. The reward can be applied to any 1 minion you defeated on the current or previous combat round.

Your Health must be 4 or less when you assign this weapon to an enemy in order to gain the 2 Power. Choose any Encounter from the Level 1 and Level 2 Encounters used this game. Place Usage cubes on the new Encounter as though it was just revealed. Do not include the Encounter you start your turn on, but do include the Encounter where you end your turn. Place the requisite number of Usage cubes on the Ambush Encounter that was avoided.

You may continue to move and may still activate an Encounter this turn. The ability to avoid an ambush may be used more than once per turn. Unlike normal Equipment, you do not need to stash the off-hand Equipment if Conjured Shield is equipped on top.

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Furthermore, it can be used alongside Dual Wield and Heavy weapons. Also unlike other Equipment, Conjured Shield can end up in your discard pile and eventually shuffled into your Player deck. When drawn, you may immediately Equip this on a player, even if it was drawn during your Strike Bonus. The Usage value is equal to the number of players in the game. Unlike most other Equipment, Detonator gains Power to itself. It can be assigned to an enemy like an Attack card. Power gained to this card accumulates from combat round to combat round until it is assigned to an enemy. You may group them however you wish as long as each group has at least 1 minion.

Ability is to be used at the start of combat before drawing the Strike Bonus. You can only destroy 1 minion per combat using this ability. Hammer of the Forge. This Heavy Weapon can use the effect of Shield cards as if it were a one handed weapon. You may use this ability any time except while resolving a Pain card. You may divide the Power of bound cards however you want.

A card with 3 power may be split among 3 enemies. When drawing your Strike Bonus for this weapon, you will continue to draw until you have drawn 3 non-Attack cards. Location Filter by State.

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