Fellowship of Fools: The (Friendship) Game
A downloadable conversation game
Fellowship of Fools: The (Friendship) Game (or FoF) is a game for self-reflection, creativity and developing and maintaining friendships with other players through conversation and storytelling, using Situation and Topic prompts based on the Tarot.
FoF is a game that asks players to explore Situations and Topics together. FoF asks players to be open and vulnerable with one another about their personal preferences, relationships and past. In these conversations it is possible that painful or difficult Situations and Topics may be explored. We ask players to be kind to one another and adhere to the Code of Conduct included with the game.
Multiplayer Gameplay Modes include:
- Conversation Mode
- GM Directed Mode
- "It's Poker Night" Mode
- (Loosely) Scripted Mode
- Signifier Mode
- RPG Mode
- In-depth Mode
- Improv Mode
- And more!
Single Player Gameplay Modes include:
- Journaling Modes
- Get To Know FoF Mode
- Creative Non-Fiction Writing Mode
- Fiction Writing Modes
- Tarot Mode
- User Manual Mode
- And More!
We suggest new players start out with Get To Know FoF Mode (Single Player) and Conversation Mode (Multiplayer).
Fool around with the cards and suggest alternate prompts and ways to play here.
Remember: Be excellent to each other, and party on, Fools!
Game includes files you can download and print and play or view on your smartphone/computer and play:
- 22 Situation Cards for 44 Situation Prompts (Major Arcana)
- 56 Topic Cards for 112 Topic Prompts (Minor Arcana)
- Code of Conduct Card
- 2 Multiplayer Gameplay Modes on Cards, 1 Single Player Gameplay Mode on Cards
- Gameplay Mods Cards
Other Game Components:
The Tarot card deck has been in use since the 14th century for games and since the 17th century for divination. The art for Fellowship of Fools dates back to 1761 to its creation in France by Nicolas Conver de Marseilles and is called the Tarot de Marseilles. Today, Tarot cards are widely used for game playing, creativity, divination and personal development. Our hope is that FoF can turn that inward reflection of the Tarot outward to help players develop relationships with other players.
We’ve split the Tarot deck into its two parts—-the Major Arcana for Situations and the Minor Arcana for Topics. On each card are two different prompts—-corresponding to the upright and the reversed meaning of the card. Numbers next to the prompts indicate their difficulty, possible points that can be gained or lost when playing that prompt, as well as the number of Topic Prompts that can be played for that Situation Prompt.
|Publisher||The Game Crafter|
|Release date||Jun 28, 2018|
|Genre||Card Game, Role Playing|
|Made with||Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator|
|Tags||2D, conversation, friendship, print-and-play, relationship, Singleplayer, Story Rich, tarot|
|Average session||About a half-hour|
|Links||Buy it on The Game Crafter, Homepage, Blog, Patreon, Twitter|
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