SWORDSFALL - AN AFROPUNK SCI-FANTASY SETTING
Swordsfall is a setting born from a mixture of love and frustration with fantasy lore. The focus point of a lot of the Low or High Fantasy that we have come accustomed to all has a distinct Eurocentric flavor to it.
It's been something that a lot of us have grown up with and enjoyed over the years.
The art book Kickstarter for Swordsfall, a tabletop roleplaying game set in an Afro-futurist African nation, raised over $64,000 in about 24 hours and cleared its $2,000 goal with ease. Creator Brandon Dixon told Kotaku that he’s not all that surprised by the success of this campaign. He knew that he had something unique, that fills a hole in the tabletop RPG landscape for black players.
The internet website Gamer News Online did a quick write-up for our Kickstarter! Check it out Coming up with a world as a GM is really tough. There’s about a million things to try and figure out, and it can all get very complex very fast. It’s much easier to leave that to someone else and then bask in their creativity as you take...
Coming up with a world as a GM is really tough. There's about a million things to try and figure out, and it can all get very complex very fast. It's much easier to leave that to someone else and then bask in their creativity as you take your adventurers around. Welcome to Tikor is a new setting book for the Swordsfall RPG. You can check it out...
Swordsfall is as much an art book as it is an RPG and the Kickstarter is to fund that art. The setting came from Brandon Dixon’s frustration that so much of fantasy lore, whether it high fantasy or low fantasy, was Eurocentric in flavour.
Welcome to Tikor is an upcoming Afropunk RPG setting/artbook that takes players into a gorgeously drawn world where deities and spirits exist alongside cybernetics and other technological wonders. Come see what awaits you in Tikor. It’s not everyday you find a Kickstarter that catches your attention with the promise of something unlike anything else out there right now.
Swordsfall was featured in the online publication, Comicbook.com!