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You are a powerful wizard of a forbidden magical order, the Fictorum, with the unique ability to shape and master all schools of magic. Stretching the limits of your power, you have survived your own execution at the hands of the Inquisition, a sprawling theocratic empire bent on eradicating all Fictorum.

As the last of your kind, you will shatter the Inquisition as vengeance for your exterminated order, as well as anyone else who dares to stand in your path.


Fictorum is an action RPG featuring customizable, dynamic spell-casting. Demolish your surroundings with legendary magic. Dynamically improve your spells with a spell-shaping system. Traverse a world shattered by magic on your mission of vengence. Find powerful items and new spells to increase your immense power. Discover the impact that you left on the world.

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Fictorum is the lovechild of Chip Flory and Greg Curran, two high school buddies turned college roommates turned longtime friends. Both are passionate about video games, and started playing them pretty much right after they got that whole walking thing down. The whole project came to be in March of 2015, shortly after the announcement from Epic that the Unreal Engine 4 is now free to use.

After a long campaign in Divinity: Original Sin together, Greg mentioned to Chip that he wanted to try making video games instead of just playing them, and Chip followed suit.

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