The following people have contributed to Age of Fable:
 
 
Your adventures were faithfully chronicled
with nothing false set down, nor anything true omitted,
by James Hutchings.
 
 
The people, places, gods and monsters
of Karrakara and the islands around have been accurately depicted by the following artists.
 
Thanks are due to these artists for permission to use their work.
each of these miniatures must be unlocked by the cunning use of an arrow, and a mouse.
do so to the picture, to see a larger version,
or to the artist's name to visit them.
 

Azalea

Henning Ludvigsen

A. Daisy Lee

H.J. Rian de Jong

Rowan Lee Hartsuiker

Devon Jopling

Christopher A Malidore

Pille Heero

Patrik Almqvist

Jenni Chasteen

Peter Town

Michael Yazijian

Mark Huffman

Tracy Butler

Vilja Väisänen

Hans Wichman

Joanna M. Bromley

Crystal Rose

Irene Bagiacchi

Mattias Snygg

Maryam Gousheh-Forgeot

Astrid Castle

Steve Argyle

Eric Martin

Gunvor Paludan

Alex Elie

Pascal Etienne

Hélène Brunton

Ember Black

Ashley Applegate

Nemo (Alana Jane King)

Pilikia (Sue Evans Ross)

Nathan M. Rosario

Timo Heikura

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

Kaila Engar

Evgenia P. Petkova
aka Foxy Jenny

Laura Pelick

Johnathan L Bingham

Nomi (Hannah Schmidt)

-AP-
license

Manon Yapari

Malcolm Brown

Vitaly Alexius Samarin

James McPartlin

Jon O'Mara Yuen Harrison

Mats Minnhagen

Johan Tri Handoyo

Christina Marie DeLong

Jenny Dolfen

Doug D. Pham

Kiri Oestergaard

Véronique Comeau

Johnathan L Bingham

Johnathan L Bingham

Anzo

Anzo

Dominique Crouzet

Peter Mullen

Dominique Crouzet

Peter Seckler
license

Peter Seckler
license

Scott Harshbarger
license

Emmanuel Roudier

Dominique Signoret
(slightly altered)
license

T. Jordan Peacock

GemFonts
(Graham Meade)

GemFonts
(Graham Meade)

(slightly altered)

Steve Zieser

GemFonts
(Graham Meade)

James Hutchings
created using the
Historic Tale Construction Kit

Kris Jacque
license

Kevin Mayle

Herbert Roe
(slightly altered)
license

Herbert Roe
license

Vincent Baker

Jensen

Flaxton
(cropped and altered)

owned and licensed
by David J. Stanley
illustration by
David K. Wong

Balage Balogh

Balage Balogh

Seth Poppy
license

Seth Poppy
license

Joakim Persson
(slightly altered)

Misha

Zeldyn
license

Gallegos
license

-AP-
(cropped and altered)

Brian Crick

Mark Allen

Gallegos
license

Gallegos
license

Steveman

Dominique Signoret
(slightly altered)
license

Alexandre Togeiro

-AP-
license

Virginia Roper

Drawings and Dragons

Eli Arndt
(slightly altered)

Michael Rasmussen

Joe Alterio
(cropped)

Jacob Green

Justin Nichol
license

Kelvin Green
(slightly altered)

Storn A. Cook
license
 
The pictures in the letters at the start of the game are by Dominique Crouzet.
 
 
This artwork is in the public domain:
 

John Frederick Lewis

Frederick Goodall

Victor Carabain

Thomas Cooper Gotch

Frederick Ferdinand Schafer

unknown Byzantine artist

Jean-Léon Gérôme

John Singer Sargent

Ivan Aivazovsky
(altered)

al-Idrisi

Rene Magritte

Edward Lear
(slightly altered)

David Roberts

Leon Belly

Frederick Goodall
(slightly altered)

Jean-Léon Gérôme

John Frederick Lewis

George Catlin

George Catlin

Jean-Léon Gérôme

Albert Bierstadt
(cropped)

Frederick Arthur Bridgman
(altered)

Rene Magritte

Viktor Vasnetsov
(cropped and altered)

José Posada
(slightly altered)

José Posada
(slightly altered)

Ivan Bilibin

David Roberts
(slightly altered)

Jean-Léon Gérôme

John William Waterhouse

Theodor Kittelsen

Arthur Rackham

Theodor Kittelsen

unknown artist
(slightly altered)

Giovanni Piranesi
(slightly altered)

unknown artist

Sophie Anderson

Fernand Khnopff

unknown artist

Martin Heemskerck
(slightly altered)

John Everett Millais

Louis Moe
(slightly altered)

Édouard Manet

unknown artist

Giovanni Piranesi

Howard Pyle

Lawrence Alma-Tadema

unknown artist

unknown artist

Ricardo Almendáriz

Viktor Vasnetsov

H. Lee

Albrecht Dürer

Christian Krohg

Armand Welcker

unknown artist
(slightly altered)

N.C. Wyeth

N.C. Wyeth

Jean-Léon Gérôme

Willy Pogany

Willy Pogany

Gustav Bauernfeind

Jules Laurens
(altered)

Frederick Catherwood

unknown artist
(slightly altered)

Caspar David Friedrich

Leonardo da Vinci

Louis Rhead

Louis Rhead

Massimo Lazzari

J.J. Grandville
(slightly altered)

George du Maurier

Caspar David Friedrich
(slightly altered)

Alphonse Mucha

Tavik Simon

unknown artist

Thomas Mackenzie

Howard Pyle

Howard Pyle

Arthur Rackham

Harry Clarke

Herrad von Landsberg

Thomas Seddon

unknown artist

unknown artist

Frederick Goodall
(altered)

Herbert James Draper

Kawanabe Kyosai

Alexander Wilson
(cropped and altered)

Olaus Magnus
(altered)

Olaus Magnus

Gustav Klimt
(cropped and altered)

Frank Godwin

Martin Heemskerck

H.J. Ford

H.J. Ford
(cropped and altered)

Francesco del Cossa

N.C. Wyeth

Theodor Kittelsen

Adriaen van de Venne
(cropped and altered)

unknown author

Odilon Redon

Odilon Redon

Louis Wain

unknown artist

unknown artist
 
 
Many things which were foretold have come to pass.
The idea for the oasis on the horizon by Rob Lang.
Gnome named by Nadia Menon.
The description of the pyramid taken from Robert E. Howard.
Cthulhu invented by H.P. Lovecraft.
The rebel's speech by John Ball.
The cryer's chant by Percy Shelley.
The idea of Janooth by the Vital Spot.
The original idea of the Hollow Mockery by Phoenix Talion.
The phrase 'Ape-Rajahs' is inspired by Encounter Critical.
Prince Dimitri originally inspired by a character in the Fabled Lands series.
The mad goblin inspired by the Fabled Lands series. His speech by Thomas de Quincey (slightly adapted).
The rating system for ghosts by Justin Pierce.
'The Crows Call My Name' from an idea by Jack Handey.
The living door inspired by a similar feature in the Tunnels and Trolls paperback rules.
Dead Eye Street inspired by Forever Street and Nowhere Lane in the Fighting Fantasy series.
The description of the smoke in the pyramid based on the D&D module 'White Plume Mountain'.
The gods in the pyramid are based on Lolth from D&D, and Yag-kosha from The Tower of the Elephant.