|Follow Florentine as she fights for an
underground fencing organization that requires members to place their
Prized Possession on the line with every bout.
Expect 8-12 hours of story
Fleuret Blanc - Trailer
|23-year-old Florentine Blanc is
a college graduate who has dedicated her life to travel. She seems to
strike gold when she gets accepted
a private fencing organization looking for members interested in a "new
breed" of the sport.
The rules? Members
of FOIL must
wager their most Prized
Possession in the world. This object acts as a trophy
winnable by other members of the group. After seven days of bouts, the
judges decide who she replaces as the new member. But what happens to
members who leave? And why are Prized Possessions
such an integral aspect of FOIL's
structure? As her experience in the isolated Château de l'Hiver
becomes more menacing, Florentine
determines to investigate what evolves into a mysterious and ugly
opponents and adorn your shelves with
their heartfelt objects as if they were simple trophies. Explore a
small French manor and interact with its residents to
collect clues, information, or other points of interest in order to
progress a winding and mysterious plot.
primarily about the importance
objects in our life. Though the storyline follows Florentine as she
unravels the mysteries of an underground fencing organization (FOIL)
and its judges, she's constantly challenged with ideas of possession,
collection, and obsession. Each evening, the members of FOIL bout with
their Prized Possession on the line. The loser must relinquish the one
object that they prize above all others, leaving its fate in the hands
of their opponent.
of loss are eschewed in favor of balanced "rewards," and even failed
bouts are rewarded with some cash. There is nothing in Fleuret Blanc
that can be truly taken away from the player--except for Prized
Possessions. Objects gathered are tallied at the end of each day for
arbitrary points. And though collecting is encouraged for a better
score, the overall implications of the act can be bittersweet.