The Dark Eye—Fate Point Set
Ulisses Spiele GmbH
Nobody knows who will rule the Final Age. At a critical moment, the fate of a single hero might dramatically affect that outcome.
Fate is an important concept in The Dark Eye roleplaying game. Heroes can use Fate Points to survive dangers that others could not escape. Often a Fate Point can tip the scales, making truly heroic deeds possible!
Designed especially for The Dark Eye, these high-quality poker chips bring this exciting aspect of play to your gaming table as you track your total.
This set consists of 20 Fate Points printed with the symbol of the Twelvegods, for use with The Dark Eye roleplaying game.
Warning: Choking hazard. Contains small parts. May be unsuitable for children.
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