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  • ebook
  • 302 pages
  • Fate Core System
  • Leonard Balsera
  • English
  • 06 October 2019

Fate Core SystemCHARACTERS LIVE AT THE CORE OF FATEA High Priestess Of The Barbarian Hordes, An Undead Wild West Gunslinger, And A Second Lieutenant Of The Intergalactic Security Forces Are About As Different As They Come, But They Ve Got One Thing In Common They Need A Strong Engine To Drive Their Stories Fate Core Is That EngineFate Core Is The Latest E


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10 thoughts on “Fate Core System

  1. says:

    As with Fate Accelerated, this is a well written book and affordable to book if you are okay with the PDF version, but very worth the print version with a well made hardcover, glossy pages, packed filled with content.From what I have read it seems to be a solid narrative focused system The writing itself is conversational in style making it a pleasant learning experience It is also packed to the brim with examples of whatever rules it is covering I have not played a game of it myself but am As with Fate Accelerated, this is a well written book and affordable to book if you are okay with the PDF version, but very worth the print version with a well made hardcover, glossy pages, packed filled with content.From what I have read it seems to be a solid narrative focused system The writing itself is conversational in style making it a pleasant learning experience It is also packed to the brim with examples of whatever rules it is covering I have not played a game of it myself but am looking forward to the day that I get a chance This is not a game system for those who want micromanagement and numbers not that there is anything wrong with that, I love progressing from smaller to bigger numbers This is a story character focused system and is seems great for short one shots but can still handle long runs if that is what you want or need It is also a game that benefits from constant collaboration between everyone playing the GM to Players, Players to Players, and Players to GM which is can be a great thing for tight knit groups but could be a hurdle for a group composed of fresh faces or vice versa but it is something to keep in mind.For anyone looking for a table top game system that wants something quick and easy to get into this could be the system for you

  2. says:

    Fate was something of a revelation to me, honestly I ve heard about it and systems like it for years, but never had the time or inclination to check it out until I spent a few sessions as a guest player in someone else s game What I found was a simple, elegant system for collaborative storytelling and interesting games, capable of just about any genre or style you could imagine I bought a copy immediately, and having now devoured it, it s vaulted in to my top 5 on the game shelf with relati Fate was something of a revelation to me, honestly I ve heard about it and systems like it for years, but never had the time or inclination to check it out until I spent a few sessions as a guest player in someone else s game What I found was a simple, elegant system for collaborative storytelling and interesting games, capable of just about any genre or style you could imagine I bought a copy immediately, and having now devoured it, it s vaulted in to my top 5 on the game shelf with relative ease, and all that remains is convincing a sufficient number of players to give it a whirl

  3. says:

    Fate Core was probably one of the best tabletop RPGs I ve seen It has a bit of a learning curve, but the Evil Hat team did the best they could with the money they were generously given and produced a great read Not necessarily the easiest at times aspects, some combat rules, edge cases for a lot of things needed better explanation , but I know how to essentially GM this now and I feel quite confident Semiformal rulebook rhetoric, intended result, 9 10.

  4. says:

    Who recommended it to me Tomasino passively recommended it to me with their glowing goodreads review I m usually into the same sort of thing that they are, so I decided to give it a look see Who I d recommend it to D D fans who want to trystory telling and fewer class restrictions Summary Fate is a system for collaborative story telling with a central, unifying mechanic aspects.This is in contrast to D D the only other ttrpg I ve seriously played in at least two ways 1 Who recommended it to me Tomasino passively recommended it to me with their glowing goodreads review I m usually into the same sort of thing that they are, so I decided to give it a look see Who I d recommend it to DD fans who want to trystory telling and fewer class restrictions Summary Fate is a system for collaborative story telling with a central, unifying mechanic aspects.This is in contrast to DD the only other ttrpg I ve seriously played in at least two ways 1 Collaborative character creation and campaign creationAlthough the adversarial DM cliche exists for a reason, the best DD games are also collaborative to some extent or another But not to the extent recommended by this system.2 Characters without classesFate s character creation process was a revelation Fate is a story telling system with a unifying aspects mechanic And DD, in contrast, is a class system with a crunchy rule set In DD, roleplayers and powergamers alike, though motivated differently, often arrive at this place where they re trying to manipulate and coerce some kind of combination of classes into a satisfying character Either way, you re working with or against the class system.In Fate, the roleplayer would just specify the precise aspects they want, and then start to enjoy their custom class The powergamer meanwhile, would either stop worrying and learn to love the storytelling, or leave for another, crunchier system What I liked Aspects are such a great mechanic It s very similar to Risus mechanic of cliches So much so that I had to look up and see who was published first Risus, by a decade Also, as far as rulebooks go, this one was extremely well written Lots of inline references, lots of examples Call outs for veterans of older systems No contradictions that I could discern Basically the opposite of a Shadowrun rulebook

  5. says:

    As cool as Fate Accelerated is, Fate Core is better on pretty much every level Frankly, it s one of the best RPG systems I ve ever seen I won t go into details of how the system actually works especially when you can check it out for free , except to note again that it s a very different sort of RPG from the traditional approach There are other RPGs you can call story games , but this is one of the best I ve ever seen for replicating the feel of adventure fiction.I will, however, call out As cool as Fate Accelerated is, Fate Core is better on pretty much every level Frankly, it s one of the best RPG systems I ve ever seen I won t go into details of how the system actually works especially when you can check it out for free , except to note again that it s a very different sort of RPG from the traditional approach There are other RPGs you can call story games , but this is one of the best I ve ever seen for replicating the feel of adventure fiction.I will, however, call out some differences from Fate Accelerated A different tone Accelerated is clearly aimed at a young, new to RPGs audience, and relates many things to popular works of fiction Fate Core feelsmature , and makes far fewer pop culture references Much, muchdetailed, with lots of explanations and examples of play Pretty much every major concept in the game has some example attached to it, which is excellent Lack of examples was one of the two major weaknesses of Accelerated The GM sections are vastlyuseful than the scant guidelines in Accelerated, with some concepts that could be useful for pretty much any RPG Minimal GM support was the other major weakness of Accelerated The addition of Extras sets of strings attached character traits that represent specialized rules, like spellcasting feels a little shaky to me It seems like it unnecessarily complicates things that could be resolved by the normal rules That said, they are optional, and I recognize that they have a place in certain styles of game And it does work quite well when used for organizations and locations and such After reading both, I d say Fate Accelerated is most suitable for pickup games, or maybe very casual campaigns But if you want to do a proper RPG campaign, you re much better off picking up Fate Core

  6. says:

    The system might not be for everyone, as FATE is very different from any rpg you ve played before, but there s no doubt that there s a lot of value in this book The writing is clear and concise and great at explaining the game, although it would have been nice to addexamples on how to carry out some of the mechanics There s lots of great advice on how to run games, and the best part is that such advice is helpful to any GM for any game Even if you re not planning on playing FATE, I d st The system might not be for everyone, as FATE is very different from any rpg you ve played before, but there s no doubt that there s a lot of value in this book The writing is clear and concise and great at explaining the game, although it would have been nice to addexamples on how to carry out some of the mechanics There s lots of great advice on how to run games, and the best part is that such advice is helpful to any GM for any game Even if you re not planning on playing FATE, I d still recommend giving the book a read because it will teach you ways to improve your narrative skills and it will help you rundramatic and engaging sessions

  7. says:

    I really like this rules set After playing inFate powered games after what I refer to as the Disaster that came to Insmouth I ve really warmed up to the system I really like that Evil Hat has finally put out a core book for the system.My only real disappointment is their system for extras , superpowers, magic, cool gear, etc It s almost completely underwhelming.

  8. says:

    I just re read the Fate Core System in preparation for an upcoming game With fresh eyes and eagerness to get started this was simply full of gems I m thrilled with the system as a player and the very practical advice it gives for planning a longer campaign proves it comes from a place of experience Fate is my favorite RPG system to date.

  9. says:

    Another Bundle of Holding purchase that I am skim reading for the first time Bundle of Fate 4 To me, at this point, a good RPG purchase is a book that either inspires me to do something or that I can use for reference for another project since my gaming time is nonexistent or that inspires me to want to play it With that in mind, this bundle consisted of Fate Core and Fate Accelerated solid core rules with easy to understand examples and I am a sucker for examples of play and charac Another Bundle of Holding purchase that I am skim reading for the first time Bundle of Fate 4 To me, at this point, a good RPG purchase is a book that either inspires me to do something or that I can use for reference for another project since my gaming time is nonexistent or that inspires me to want to play it With that in mind, this bundle consisted of Fate Core and Fate Accelerated solid core rules with easy to understand examples and I am a sucker for examples of play and character creation Fate Adversary Toolkit an expansion that talks about enemies, but probably wouldn t be my go to book for that topicWould play Bulldogs, Heart of the Fury campaign , and Red Star new campaign frame two fisted adventures in space opera, with two empires locked in a stalemate and the frontier land between them solid game idea, some fun ideas for adventures, would play Small Folk a wainscot fantasy about the borrowers who live alongside us a little unfocused in terms of character action, but with some good notes at the end on the sorts of adventures you could play, might be funWould consider Kaiju Incorporated could be fun to play a game about the people who aren t fighting the giant monsters terrorizing the cities, but are cleaning up after them though the game starts with that idea something like Marvel s Damage Control and then sorts of drifts towards something a little less focused, I found Shadowcraft about spies during a fairy Cold War though it s presented a little too ordinary in terms of fantasy, I d like to lean into the weirdness of fairyland Would skip Leaves of Chiaroscuro alternate reality Renaissance, which is interesting, until it starts adding onandelements magic, fairies, elementals, fallen angels, etc Starship Tyche, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, Kaiju Patrol all media inspired, but not really interesting to me Elysium Flare Space opera that had some fun notes on different forms of hegemonic threats the nano virus that takes over, the machines that replicate, the memes that make it impossible to think other things but didn t intrinsically stand out

  10. says:

    This is the first RPG rule book I have read ever, so I don t know what is the thing that FATE adds to the table, but what it is missing isobvious.What is the loss condition Without a loss condition how gamey a game can be It praises itself as a colloborative story telling game, but even stories may have unexpected endings While I agree that with a GM and players who are all creative enough to colloboratively produce a story that none of them can do singlehandedly, that kind of personali This is the first RPG rule book I have read ever, so I don t know what is the thing that FATE adds to the table, but what it is missing isobvious.What is the loss condition Without a loss condition how gamey a game can be It praises itself as a colloborative story telling game, but even stories may have unexpected endings While I agree that with a GM and players who are all creative enough to colloboratively produce a story that none of them can do singlehandedly, that kind of personality shines with 1 page RPGs, or even no rule sets as well.As I said, I would count as a newcomer to the hobby, have not joined a single RPG session, so I am only assuming things Still, thought after reading this many pages I would understand how and why this works better

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