Thank you for your support!

Author: D'ni Admin  /  Category: Announcements & News

I’d like to say a big thank you to all of the people who have liked, circled, shared and re-tweeted the news about Unwritten. We are looking to creating something very special that combines the best of the Myst and Uru franchises with the best of table-top role-playing. We are still working on a lot of details, and there is a lot of work to be done. But we plan to post periodic updates, tidbits, and other miscellany as we have them.

While I am here, let me answer a few questions that have popped up:

How do I find out more about the FATE system?

While we will be using our own variation of the FATE system, you can find out a lot about the system by going to Evil Hat’s FATE website at http://www.faterpg.com. I also encourage you to look at the games that use the FATE system that are already out there. All of them have been terrific products.

Can I play a game set in historical D’ni?

The default setting of the game will be the ‘modern day’, after the events of Myst Online: Uru Live. However, the system can easily be used for other eras of D’ni. Unwritten will include guidance on how to do so, as well as other variations on the Myst universe.

2 Responses to “Thank you for your support!”

  1. Jaime Says:

    I feel your pain. The Myst series ended with Riven. What sholud have heralded a new era for immersive, puzzling, emotionally compelling games instead heralded the inexplicable death of it.I think Riven emerged from a rare perfect storm. It may happen again, but not in Cyan’s hands. The sequels strike me as being about as planned as The Matrix sequels, and they end up similar in relative quality: not even necessarily bad, just missing the indescribable magic that you can’t put your finger on. I’d like to blame Robyn’s leaving of Cyan after the release of Riven, but the more probable reality is that these things cannot last.The most beautiful part of Riven? For me, I think it’s the sky. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a sky that is so simultaneously idealistic yet realistic.

  2. Seupsut Says:

    It seems that Myst has a curse of 3’s to it. The first 2 games were great, then it lost some flair. The first 2 books were amazing, then the 3rd…not so much. So hopefully the key is to change the medium, which is why I’m so eager for this.

    I’ve had to resort to the Minecraft Myst mod to fill the void…at least until Unwritten comes out.