Evil Hat Productions makes some of our most popular RPG titles including Fate, Blades in the Dark, and Monster of the Week. The origins of Evil Hat, and their first game, Fate, could not be more spontaneous and interesting. During a road trip in 2000 Fred Hicks and Rob Donoghue came up with the basic rules for Fate Core, little did they know where this path would take them. Since then they have published numerous titles that you can find on the shelves at Mox.
Fate Core System
Fate Core System is an award winning flexible RPG system that can make your dreams a reality. Fantasy? Sci-Fi? Or anything in between? You can do it with Fate. This system makes planning completely unique games possible and is supported by numerous supplements including Fate Cthulhu and Fate Secrets of Cats.
Monster of the Week
Are you a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer? The X-Files? Scooby-Doo? Well, with Monster of the Week you can run your very own episodic adventures for your gaming group. This game uses the Powered by the Apocalypse system, making it super easy to use, quick to set up, and get’s you gaming in no time.
For the Queen
In For the Queen, you accompany the Queen on a long perilous journey. It’s an innovative storytelling game with themes of love, betrayal, and devotion. This game uses a creative and unique storytelling tool, a deck of cards, to aid the structure of the game. To tell the story players take turns and pull cards from a deck of beautifully illustrated cards that each has a prompt, for example, “The Queen know something that no one else does. What is it?”.
Blades in the Dark
Blades in the Dark is a tabletop role-playing game set in a dark and dystopian city, Duskvol. You assume the roles of down-in-their-luck scoundrels completing heists, and jobs, to gain coin and control. You struggle against rival gangs and sometimes ghosts. How far are you willing to go to make it to the top?
Throughout the month of June, we’ll be offering 10% off all Evil Hat Productions products. Our knowledgeable staff will point you in the right direction to match the perfect game that will impress at your next game night. And while you’re in, grab some food and drink! All Mox restaurants are now open, and events are running in-store again. Don’t forget to check back in later this month for our interview with Evil Hat Productions to find out what makes them tick.
-See you at Mox!