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Fable: The Lost Chapters

Award: Wood Pencil

Wood Pencil / Gaming / Console Games / 2006

In this groundbreaking RPG, the player's every action determines the character's skills, appearance and morality. The character's entire life story is created from childhood through to adulthood and old age. The player experiences the growth from an inexperienced child into the most powerful being in the world. As stories and quests await, the player can choose a path of righteousness or evil, and see how these actions transform the character. While exploring the world of Albion, age leaves the player wizened while battle scarred. With experience comes advancement and physical change, whether it'd be expanding muscles, a keen eye and nimble form, or the buzz of magical energies around your fingertips. As the player develops an alter ego, people react accordingly by commenting on his successes, failures, appearance, and behaviour. Each person the character aids, each creature that is slain, will change this world forever. In Fable: The Lost Chapters, gamers decide: Who will I be?

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