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Dresden Files RPG Casefile: Evil Acts


The play's the thing... or is it? Something fishy is going on at the local playhouse. A production of the Tempest has a bigger budget than makes sense -- and some surprising special effects. Could it be that there's something more to this than the grand final retirement performance of a talented actor? Lord, what fools these mortals be!

Evil Acts is a Dresden Files RPG casefile, a one-shot mystery-adventure intended for 3-6 characters at the "Chest-Deep" power level. Customizable, pregenerated characters, a mix of mortals, practitioners, and more, are provided with sheets and power details.

Whether as performers, audience members, or something else, the characters are drawn into a complicated web of theatrical sleight-of-hand and supernatural power politics. Will they unravel the mystery of Prospero's performance before the final curtain? Or will it be curtains for everyone?

Together with a copy of The Dresden Files RPG: Your Story, Evil Acts is perfect for a "test drive" at home, or for a convention GM looking for a print-and-play scenario.

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January 15th, 2015
All and all, a solid little adventure with a few twists and a overall enjoyable experience for the players I ran it for. [...]
November 21st, 2011
Dresden files should be about the player characters and their entanglements with the mortal and supernatural world. This scenario isn't. You've got a bunch of characters watching a bunch of powerful NPCs doing their thing. They might be able to get an [...]
September 18th, 2011
The title, "Evil Acts," misleads a little. You expect some sort of game of treachery - then you discover that the term refers to the Acts of "The Tempest," the William Shakespeare play around which this scenario centres. The [...]
September 16th, 2011
I love the Dresden file books so was curious about the game. This casefile was well written and easy to follow in general terms. The more open roleplaying system is interesting as well. I will be checking out the sourcebooks because of this casefile. [...]