Victoriana (role-playing game)

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Victoriana is a role-playing game published by Heresy Games in 2003, with second and third editions by Cubicle 7 in 2009 and 2013.


Victoriana is a game of roleplay in a fantasy alternative Victorian era.

Publication history

Victoriana was published by Heresy Games in 2003. A second edition was published by Cubicle 7 in 2009. A third edition was published in 2013, again by Cubicle 7. This edition was designed to compatible with the previous version of the game.


  • Streets of Shadow is a six adventure campaign published in 2013 for the third edition of the game.
  • Liber Magica is a supplement covering the use of magic in the game, greatly expanding on the rules in the core rulebook. Published in 2014 (third edition).
  • The Concert in Flames is a guide to Europe in the Victoriana game and includes a five-part scenario. Published in 2015 (third edition).
  • Marvels of Science and Steampunk is a sourcebook featuring new technological marvels for the game and rules on how to use them (second edition).
  • Falkner's Millinery and Miscellanea is a guide for equipment and supplies for use in the game in the style of a catalogue (second edition).
  • The Havering Adventures is a series of three adventures featuring the Havering family and their retainers (second edition).
  • The Marylebone Mummy is a standalone adventure (second edition).
  • Jewel of the Empire is a guide to the Raj in India (second edition).
  • Faces in the Smoke Volume One and Volume Two are guides on various cults and organisations at large in the game; to be used as competitors, adversaries or allies within the game (second edition).




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