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The Fear-Maker's Promise (Changeling: The Lost) $6.99 $4.82
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The Fear-Maker's Promise (Changeling: The Lost)
Publisher: White Wolf
by Scott R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 12/08/2010 10:01:38

The Fear-Maker’s Promise is well-balanced and tightly-paced plot for Changeling. It is part of the Storytelling Adventure System, which seeks to reduce prep time needed to put together a World of Darkness roleplaying campaign and offering non-linear story scenarios. Included are scene cards, for instance, that you can organize on the fly depending on what path your players choose. This is the first of so far two SAS adventures for Changeling and it really delivers the tone and emotional tenor of the game line. Right away the player’s characters are thrust into an arcane magic ritual. Things get complicated and they either have to stay and deal with the political fallout or choose to chase after a kidnapped child and explore an unfamiliar swath of the Hedge with all the horrors it conceals. Both options play to strengths in the game setting. The other strong point is how the players are quickly forced to make moral decisions early in the game, which is great fodder for storytelling. Only dense players would sit back and let events unfold instead of really questioning what your character feels and opinions he or she holds. Are they willing to let an innocent be harmed in order to save scores more? Would they trust a stranger with a relatively unproven arcane method of solving dire problems? Whatever they choose there are great hints at either political maneuverings or a more action-oriented chase and confrontation, all with a colorful cast of supporting characters to interact with. It would serve as a fine one-shot introduction to Changeling: the Lost or the platform to launch a long-running campaign.



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The Fear-Maker's Promise (Changeling: The Lost)
Publisher: White Wolf
by Matt M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/29/2008 06:38:50

Fear-Maker’s Promise was the SAS that really sold me on the product line from White Wolf.

The Fear-Maker’s Promise is full of neat twists and plot ideas that even if you don’t want to run the adventure as-is you’ll get a lot of use out of it. There are Storyteller Characters with plenty of potential as antagonists for a group of characters. The scene cards are easy-to-read and can be modified to fit your style of play with ease.



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The Fear-Maker's Promise (Changeling: The Lost)
Publisher: White Wolf
by Tony H. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/07/2007 10:47:27

The Fear-Maker's Promise a very manageable way to get you Lost chronicle off and running. I highly recommend it, even to those who do not intend to run it. Chuck stuck a lot of useful tidbits in there for everyone.



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