Made a small start on upgrading the main text on it. Am I slipping too far into promoting it, do you think, or is the tone all right?
Fantasy Craft is Crafty Games' entry into the fantasy genre, prompted by the dissatisfaction many Spycraft fans felt with 3rd Edition Dungeons & Dragons. Originally intended for release as a Spycraft 2.0 expansion, but was later changed to a stand alone product utilising Crafty Games' updated and refined Mastercraft mechanic.
Originally released in 2009 with a slightly modified second printing in 2010. Fantasy Craft was nominated in 2010 for an Origins award for best RPG , nominated for an ENnie for Best Writing, and the recipient of an honorable mention at the ENnies for Product of the Year . The main volume describes the core ruleset, featuring among other details 12 races, 13 base classes, 6 expert classes, a library of specialties, talents, feats, tricks, and spells, a bestiary, and a guide to building new campaign settings.
Two official companion volumes have so far been released, both in 2010. The first was Time of High Adventure, which details three adventures, describes a novel campaign setting, and features various tools to help with running a game. The second was the Adventure Companion, which features three campaign worlds, two new base classes, six new expert classes, four new master classes and over 150 specialties, feats, tricks and paths.
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