Before there were gods, there were the Fates – ancient influences guiding all forces, seen and unseen.
- Chaos drives mankind to aggression, impulsiveness and war.
- Grace unites all, protecting and healing its devoted.
- Prosperity drives humanity to reproduce and build great civilizations, but it is also a path of greed.
- Wisdom influences the noble mortal pursuit of knowledge and understanding.
The Fate Decks
- The Chaos Deck features powerful spells with devastating effects. Your opponents will sacrifice their ownFaithful and watch their life force drain as you deal damage and crush mortals.
- Through the Grace Deck, the noble Fate will embolden combat and shield or heal damage. The more powerful Grace cards will convert Faithful and provide powerful Defensive buffs.
- The Prosperity Deck features spells that generate wealth and income for all, for some, or for only the most devoted. Prosperity believes that everything is possible – for the right price. Its cards can accomplish anything for a cost.
- The power of the Wisdom Deck compounds as it collects more knowledge – and disparages those without it. Wisdom can reach across other alignments, manipulate the Marketplace, and crush weaker minds for powerful effects.
- Each Fate Deck has a distinct deck of Cards that captures the theme and flavor of its corresponding alignment.
- Fate Relics grant their owners special abilities and reward devotion by allowing the more powerful Fate Cards to be played.
- Fate-aligned Faithful have a predestined allegiance to one of the four Fates. Some Relics and Fate Cards will give these Faithful additional bonuses.
- The High Priest draws Fate Cards- he is vital to your Temple. The High Priest’s divine powers protect it from Sacrifice and other ill effects.
- Fate Cards can be played at any time – but the most powerful cards require one or more matching Fate Relics to play.
- Players may only have Fate Relics of a SINGLE Alignment in their Temples at any one time (ex: you cannot have a Wisdom Sword and Chaos Shrine).