March Exceptional Story: The Clay Man’s Arm

By Haley Uyrus, February 23, 2017 · Exceptional Friendship Fallen London

Delicious friends, the Exceptional Story for March is here!


Deep in the Clay Quarter, someone is experimenting with flesh and clay. By sawing limbs and swapping organs, they probe the boundaries of both substance and class. Will you seek out this scholar and his collection of ghastly subjects?

The Clay Man’s Arm is the first story in the Season of Stones, and was written by Graham Robertson. This Season involves three linked stories delving into the hardships and injustices at the heart of London.

Players will be able begin each story from the Season of Stones card. At the end of the season, players who played all three will unlock bonus content allowing them to address – or profit from – London’s inequity.

Editing and QA: Olivia Wood, James Chew, and Cash Decuir.

Art by Paul Arendt.


In addition to a new, substantial, stand-alone story every month, Exceptional Friends enjoy:

  • Access to the House of Chimes: an exclusive private member’s club on the Stolen River, packed with content
  • An expanded opportunity deck: of ten cards instead of six!
  • A second candle: Twice the actions! 40 at once!

Finishing all three stories in the Season of Stones will make you eligible for an additional opportunity, to follow.

If you want to keep an Exceptional Story beyond the month it’s for, you must complete the related storylet in the current Season’s card throughout London. This will save it for you to return to another time.


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