Below are links to the two handouts that I have been working on for the G+ Fate Fantasy game that I am going to be running soon: *** Ages of the Known World This contains the rough history of the world through the various ages up to a brief summary of the present day. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3N7nFBlEi_7T0lHY19TVExmdEk/edit?usp=sharing […]
A look at whether GMs sometimes over-complicate things and whether or not it would be possible to run World of Darkness style supernaturals without adding a ruck of new rules in Fate.
Looking back at my (recently concluded) God Machine Chronicle game and how my first attempt at running a World of Darkness game with the Fate rules system went.
Looking at one of the best resources you can have for the improvement of your game.
Hesitantly raising their phones to their ears and through a hissing and crackling of static Brian can just about make out a panicked voice that sounds a little like to (now deceased) Bartek Prusee crying out “The room numbers, they don’t make any sense… I… I can’t see… is there anyone there?” Brian attempts to […]
This is the latest version of my player handout for my Serpent’s Fall Fate Accelerated Fantasy campaign (beginning soon); please note that this is in no way finished yet nor do I make any claims to own the artwork used in it – this handout is for non-profit purposes only and no challenge is intended […]
Here is a beginning write-up for people with Atlantean or Lemurian ancestry in my Fate Fantasy game. Please note: I make no claims to own the art used on this page, no challenge is intended to any copyright and nor will this be used for any profit making purposes. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3N7nFBlEi_7dkpZdHdaODZ6bm8/edit?usp=sharing
I’ve managed to nail down the following nations/groups of people for my forthcoming campaign: Norsica – frozen tundra, barren, viking barbarians who often sail south in their longboats seeking to raid for supplies and slaves/thralls. Horse People – although descended from Norsicans the Horse People tribes are now very distinct and seem to spend their […]
The RPG Blog Carnival is an idea to get groups of bloggers to all writing about a monthly topic, the aim being to build a dialogue across many different blogs, providing different viewpoints and ideas to the viewer. The way it works is that a blog discussing a monthly topic will post the RPG Carnival […]