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Re: Some FAE Questions

I have to admit I don't know the Fae rules as well as I know the full Fate rules. I'm pretty new to the Fate system as well comparatively, so not much help
Jonathon Bensley
Mar 22
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Re: Some FAE Questions

Thank you, Travis. I think I get it now. I suppose that the key to understanding Mook stress boxes in FAE is: 1. You can only check one stress box per hit,
robertpetrone
Mar 15
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28567

Re: Some FAE Questions

... Yes… but you may be misunderstanding how PC stress boxes work. ... That PC can take six shifts of damage — but not from one hit. A single hit that does
TC
Mar 15
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28566

Re: Some FAE Questions

TThan Thank you greatly, David. I think I agree with you on all counts, except for the first. You said: "Mooks are supposed to be tipped over easily AND
robertpetrone
Mar 15
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Re: Some FAE Questions

Robert, I don’t generally play with FAE, but most of your questions seem to apply generally to Fate mechanics. IMNSHO, always go with what’s simpler. =)
David Reed
Mar 15
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Some FAE Questions

My first experience with FAE was *after* I had already played and become comfortable with the rules of Fate Core, and that may have shaped the way I
robertpetrone
Mar 15
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28563

Re: OT:Terry Pratchett dead: Beloved author of the Discworld series

Damn! I love his books and my grand kids are just learning about them.
richardmortellaro
Mar 13
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Fate historical fantasy Patreom

Dear all, To follow up from my last message, the first thing for my Patreon, Hunters of Alexandria, should be ready next week. 50 pages of Ancient World
Paul Mitchener
Mar 12
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28561

Re: OT:Terry Pratchett dead: Beloved author of the Discworld series

Nooooo On Mar 12, 2015 1:05 PM, "'Lisa Steele' steelelaw@... [FateRPG]"
Bryce Perry
Mar 12
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28560

OT:Terry Pratchett dead: Beloved author of the Discworld series and

"Noli Timore Messorum" http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/terry-pratchett-dead-beloved-author
Lisa Steele
Mar 12
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28559

Re: Stealing Icons from 13th Age

I don't try to borrow the icon rules specifically, but it reminds me that campaign and story aspects s​hould have "faces," NPCs who represent the aspect and
Jeffrey Hosmer
Mar 10
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28558

Re: Stealing Icons from 13th Age

You can use one of the random charts with the negatives being you owe something and the positives you get a boon (not sure what that translate to). All the
Chris Czerniak
Mar 10
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28557

Re: Stealing Icons from 13th Age

... The Icon rules achieve a few things: * They define an NPC in the setting * The relationships PCs take with then: * Say something about the PC * Give
    David Dorward
    Mar 10
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    Re: Stealing Icons from 13th Age

    I would say the GM gives each ICON an aspect and at the beginning of each session and has the player make a roll vs. an appropriate skill assigned to that
    J. Carpio
    Mar 10
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    28555

    Stealing Icons from 13th Age

    Hey Gang, So I have read the 13th age Icon chapter of their SRD. and I love the idea. However I usually run Fate related games nowadays. So how would you do
    david mcbirde
    Mar 10
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