Fate of the Storm Gods

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About this game

Harness wind, earth, fire, and all the forces of nature to destroy your enemies! Will you stabilize the broken magic of the weather, or revel in its chaos?

"Fate of the Storm Gods" is a 275,000-word interactive fantasy novel by Bendi Barrett. It's entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

The world-below is the realm of humans: mundane, short-lived, often helpless creatures. But you are a Weather Builder—a resident of the upper-world, controller of all things atmospheric and a veritable Storm God! In your Workshop of the Westerly Wind at the peak of Mount Gion, you and the Master Builder regulate the weather in the Western lands.

When a desperate human royal climbs Mount Gion and breaches your workshop, you learn that the weather in the Southern lands has descended into chaos. Floods destroy whole cities in high-lying areas. Fertile plains deteriorate into desert within months. Furthermore, the Builders' loyal automaton servants, the homunculi, are slaughtering humans without provocation.

This must be the work of the Weather Eaters, enemies of the Builders since time immemorial. The Weather Eaters feed off of maladaptive weather, sowing anarchy and strife wherever they can. Now, your ancient feud threatens to break the weather and tear apart two worlds.

Armed with a suite of elemental powers and the aid of your trusty (and deadly) homunculus, you must leave Mount Gion for the first time, putting yourself between the will of the Builders, the needs of the humans, and the ire of your enemies. Will you use your elemental powers and your wits to mend this rift before it's too late, or will you prioritize accumulating power and influence in the midst of growing chaos?

• Play as male, female, or nonbinary; gay, straight, bi, asexual, or poly.
• Ascend to the highest level of skill in the weather-building arts and become a Weather Master.
• Pursue romance with a stalwart royal, a criminal mastermind, a devout Weather Builder, or a villainous Weather Eater!
• Negotiate peace between warring factions or crush your foes under your thumb.
• Discover the secrets of the broken weather system and the complexities of bringing order to it.
• Decide the future of one of the last remaining human strongholds.
• Help guide the growth of your loyal homunculus companion, Humil, as they learn what it means to think for themselves.

The fate of two worlds is in your hands!
Updated on
Jun 21, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

120 reviews
August 20, 2022
The story is well written and engaging, but the gameplay suffers from some fatal flaws. Firstly, the game punishes you if you don't have a very high primary stat (72 or more for a good result). I ended up with 71 on my first play. Then it forces you to have a very specific combination of primary and secondary stat at a combined 135 or more. In the Builder route, there are only three combos, and on my first run, having Speech+Artifice trained did nothing for me. This is extremely frustrating.
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Pawes Maci
March 23, 2021
This is a very good book and I like the themes it contains as well as the choices of whether to be good or bad. The romance options were fair, if a tad lack luster, but I still enjoyed them when they were present. The concept is very good and Ill definetly be re-reading it; however, the writing is a bit heavy and may take a couple reads just to decipher whats being said (and the characters love to talk). If there was a sequel to it, Id most likely invest in it. All in all, a decent read.
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January 29, 2021
I really wanted to like this one. It has a well made world and interesting concept. But the characters are bland, and the system by which your stats affect success is confusing. It can be hard to determine which stat is checked, and even if you get the right one that doesn't always mean success. There are situations where you simply cannot succeed no matter what you do and that fact hampers the story.
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