UPDATE (11 Aug. ): The Kerberos Club (FATE Edition) is now available IN PDF and IN PRINT WITH FREE PDF. The first copies of the. I loved the Savage Worlds edition, but the Fate edition of The Kerberos Club really grabbed gamers’ imaginations. The Fate crowd was already. The Kerberos Club (FATE Edition) is a game of superheroic roleplaying in Victorian London, written by Benjamin Baugh, adapted for the FATE system by.

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The reading is compelling in part because of the foreshadowing the authors have done. Skills may even be created with advantages and drawbacks, such as area effect or requiring a focus. It won’t be occurring every two seconds. keeberos

Tabletop Review: The Kerberos Club: FATE Edition

Clug Fate put two new wrinkles on Fate: No Comments Sep 4, The authors pick and choose events, each one given a multi-paragraph story. Every new item will be playable in Wild Talents, Savage Worlds, and Fateand every item will be edited and illustrated by Arc Dream Publishing’s award-winning creative team. Is there a good way to model this in FATE?

Having a Power Tier in a task means far greater impact on the course of the story. But players may also bundle skills together into a larger group, creating Unique Skills. It is unabashedly a mechanism to gather PCs together, provide them with resources, and give them direction without imposing too many codes or limiting their choices.


Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Multiple points may be spent this way. It does wrap up nicely with some general advice about running games in the ksrberos, and a simple adventure finishes out the book. Posted July 30, at Generally it is great fun to read. See past works for The Kerberos Club: Occasionally members of the club join together to confront threats to the unsuspecting peoples of the Empire.

The time-line feels open enough to allow the players to shape the story- rather than feeling like a metaplot that cannot be affected. The first offers brief tidbits on the sections and neighborhoods of the city.

The authors do a great job of tracing the implications and consequences of developments throughout the period. The forty-page chapter nicely presents a sense of that change, what it means for the world and what it means for members of the Club.

The book offers a fully fleshed out Victorian setting with superheroes. Arc Dream Webstore Shop Here! We’ll add those new goals as we go. CSturgess 1 9.

An adaptation cllub the Hero System is in the works now. One key difference is that The Kerberos Club features an explicitly superheroic world. For example, a power kerbfros that can take powers from people but not use them and then give them to others. However this book makes me want to run this campaign- it grabbed my attention and had me thinking about the kinds of rich stories I could tell in this world.


From manners to divinities, faeries to railroads, clothing to mad science, weapons to aeroships, this chapter tours them all. Fellow players may do this as well.

How can you model giving skills in Kerberos Club FATE? – Role-playing Games Stack Exchange

Combats can end in with one side leaving more from concessions and consequences than from loss of hit points. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service lcub, privacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

It was soon adapted for Savage Worlds and then for Fatepresenting the unique “Strange Fate” approach to playing superpowers in Fate games. All of these options make for a more involved character creation process than other rules-lite systems, or even than many other Fate games. Players will want to print a copy of that out.