In the latest episode of the Podcast I rant about unnecessary prologues in games:
In this episode of the podcast I talk about a couple of games I’m playing in at the moment, and how ‘finding my fun’ has helped me enjoy different systems:
It’s a warm day here in England, and in the third episode of the Podcast I’m talking a bit about what makes me want to keep reading an RPG.
In episode 2 of our podcast, Hannah has been reading my Midderlands books and talks briefly about what she likes in them:
In the first episode of my new podcast I’m making a Dresden Files Accelerated character for a game that a friend of mine is running:
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In this episode we talk a little about the importance of being fair and maintaining consistency when it comes to the rules.
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Following a request from one of my viewers/listeners I’ve been looking into how I could make my Matters of Fate podcasts available on iTunes; good news is that I’ve now submitted it to the iStore and you can find the episodes here.
In this episode of Matters of Fate we look at three methods of resolving tests with a little more detail than the standard overcome rolls.
In this video we take a look at skills in Fate Core and how Stunts can be constructed and used.
You can also access the audio only version of the file here.
The Fate Core SRD can be accessed by clicking here.
In this episode we take a look at skills and stunts in Fate Core.