Children of Gotham
Scale: Mundane/Supernatural; Fate Points: 3/3
Total Refresh: 3 (Available Refresh: 1 Spent Refresh: 2)
- High Concept: Changling One-Percenter
- Trouble: Called To Fight The Void
- Torn Between Two Worlds
- Everyone’s a Servant When You’re This Rich
- A Trust Fund is a Great way to Blow off Steam
Stress & Conditions
Stress: (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1)
In Peril (Sticky): (4)
Doomed (Lasting): (6)
Indebted (Sticky): (1) (1) (1) (1) (1)
Wealthy (Sticky): (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) – As represented by five condition boxes, you have access to material wealth allowing the upper hand when navigating society. Mark a box when you use your wealth, as described by your stunts. Recover one box of this condition at the beginning of every session. When your wealth is the most direct means to achieve a goal, you may also use Wealthy as a unique approach with a bonus of +1 for every unmarked box. Whenever you use Wealthy as an approach, mark one box regardless of the outcome.
Called (Sticky): (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) – Mark one of this condition’s five boxes to use one of your Fae stunts for a whole scene. If you ever fill the track, you have three options:
- Make the Choice to become fully Fae. You may use your Fae stunts the rest of the session without penalty. At the next minor milestone, declare a Court afliation (or choose to be Wyldfae) and transition to the True Fae mantle.
- Deliberately shun your Fae stunts until you recover one or more boxes. Recover a box at the end of every session in which you avoid using Fae stunts. At the GM’s discretion, long time jumps mid-session or between session might allow you to recover another box.
- Choose to become fully mortal. Immediately clear the track. You may no longer use your Fae stunts, and at the next minor milestone, you revert fully to your mortal mantle.
Mantle Stunts – One-Percenter
Big Spender: If your financial strength can be usefully applied to a situation, you may mark boxes of Wealthy as free invokes. You may also mark a box of Wealthy to create an aspect, subject to GM approval: for example, create a Greedy aspect for the doorman at an exclusive club, and then use Wealthy to bribe them for entrance.
Consumerism: Mark one or more boxes of Wealthy to declare ownership of something when its need arises. One box suffices for any commonly available good. Tree boxes permits ownership of a rare, restricted, specialty, or luxury item. Marking all five boxes indicates possession of something like land, a building, or a corporation.
Taking Out Loans: You may mark a box of Indebted to clear a box of Wealthy, one for one. Tis requires a lender of some sort, whom you must seek out and broker a deal with during play. In a pinch, you may simply mark boxes and let the GM decide who the lender is, if you’re willing to take that risk.
Mantle Stunts – Changling
Glamour: You may cast minor veils and seemings. With a moment of concentration, you may draw a veil over something roughly person-sized, hiding it from sight and other means of detection. Or you may cause a person or object to appear diﬀerently than it normally does. An observer may attempt to discern the illusion, but to do so, they must have some legitimate suspicion that they might be seeing a glamour. Use Clever to resist any disbelief attempt.
The Public Eye: Take an extra invoke when creating an advantage that exploits your public persona.
Minor Milestones (Available: 0)
May 7, 2017 – None
May 14, 2017 – Spent 1 refresh to purchase the Blade of Feystone stunt. Spent 1 refresh to purchase the Snow Spray stunt.
Significant Milestone (Available: 1)
Major Milestone (Available: 0)