Cubicle 7 releases Victoriana 3rd Edition!
Victoriana – a world of high adventure and intrigue in an age of sorcery and steam!
The year is 1856 and the world roils in the unseen conflict between Order and Entropy. As technology marches forward the Celestial Engine moves ever faster, and all our fates grow more precarious. Now is the time to act decisively and boldly, to seize control of your destiny and impose your will upon the world!
Your adventures will take you into an alternate history infused with fantasy and esoteric steam technology. Aerostats float across the sky as noble Eldren chat with industrial Dwarfs. The Age of Magic may be long gone, but the Guild keeps its embers alive while technologists create extraordinary mechanical marvels.
Travel with the British East India Company to make your fortune in competition with Dutch merchants for control of the tea trade. Join the petty conjurers that support social revolution while the government calls on gentleman hermeticists to counter them. Explore uncharted lands and uncover relics and evils buried since the Great Flood. Follow your conscience and help the poor and powerless against those that would prey upon them. Wage war against the demons that have seduced the aristocracy and threaten to tear the Empire apart!
Victoriana offers an enormous and diverse game world deeply imbued with Victorian period feel, gothic fantasy magic and steampunk engineering.
In celebration of the release of the 3rd Edition of Victoriana we’re making available, absolutely free of charge, a scenario (or "Penny Dreadful" as we like to call them) for the game. Penned by Victoriana 3rd Edition Tzar, Walter Ciechanowski, "The Spring Heeled Menace" sets your party on an intriguing investigation in the very heart of London:
We’re also offering this free PDF of pre-generated characters to use with the scenario:
We’ve also just released this video giving you a virtual flip through all 320 pages of Victoriana 3rd Edition.
You can see more previews of the game in our series of sneak peeks and interviews with Walter Ciechanowski here.