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Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Genre: RPG/Strategy
Publisher: 1C Company
Developer: 6 Eyes Studio
Release Date: April 30, 2019

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'Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark' (ALL) Kickstarter Fully Funded - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Oct. 31, 2017 @ 11:44 a.m. PDT

Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark is a story-driven Tactical JRPG with an isometric 2D style featuring a complex class system.

Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark is a tactical RPG much in the vein of great classics like Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre.It features fully hand-drawn environments and sprites, in a 2D isometric perspective, as well as an original score by Jan Morgenstern, composer for Black Sigil: Blade of Exiled.

You will need to use strategy and cunning, as well as master a complex class system, to conquer the challenging battles ahead of you. Unfold a mature story centered around your position as one of the Arbiters, an order dedicated to keeping the peace and the balance of power throughout the lands.

While many allies with storied personalities and goals of their own will join your ranks during your adventures, you may find yourself favoring a cherished non-story character due to the ability to fully customize them. By changing their portrait, name, clothes, hats, color and accessories, every ally is unique.

Reminiscent of Final Fantasy Tactics both in scope and style, Fell Seal's intricate class system offers a widely varied array of customization and possibilities, allowing the player to chose a class, a sub-class and multiple passive abilities for every one of their characters. Countless possibilities and combinations are within reach and crafting your perfect band of combatants is only limited by your imagination and cleverness.


Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark successfully funded on Kickstarter, raising a total of $45,289 from 1,197 backers.

"Things were close, but with 48 hours to go, we had an incredible rally of support from the fans that carried throughout the whole night! When we woke up the next day, we were already fully funded! It took a bit for it to sink in... We'd done it! With the support of our incredible fans, we were finally funded and would be able to have all this amazing content we want in the game, thank you so much everyone!" - Pierre Leclerc, Lead Developer

For those who missed out, we will be continuing to accept pledges through BackerKit for a bit (probably until we launch the Beta access version). We'll keep the same reward tiers, minus any of the limited tiers (so, up to and including the $60 tier) and add-ons that were offered on Kickstarter.

The funds will continue to build towards unlocking the next stretch goal so it will still be possible to unlock the Hard Mode option, which would be really awesome since we think a lot of fans are going to enjoy having that kind of difficulty level added to the game!

Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark will be coming to Steam Early Access Q1 2018, with a full release schedule on Steam and Xbox One somewhere in Q3 2018. Additional platforms such as PS4 and Switch are being considered.

Key Features

  • Thoughtfully designed classic turn-based battles with an emphasis on story, dialogue and game mechanics.
  • Complex class system where you set each of your troops' class, sub-class, passive abilities and equipment to create a versatile generalist, a dedicated spellcaster, or perhaps a mighty foe-crushing specialist.
  • Customize your characters your way, by choosing their body, face, hair, outfit, hat and accessories from a wide selection.
  • Striking vivid and vibrant hand-drawn 2D art style.
  • Original score by Jan Morgenstern, composer for Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled.
  • An intricate story with wide ramifications and surprising twists.
  • Clever and witty dialogue, written by Black Sigil's main dialogue writer, Pierre Leclerc.
  • A vast and engrossing world, with over 40 story maps and lots of end-game content.

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