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3answers
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Is Fate Accelerated Edition lighter in tone than Fate Core?

Is Fate Accelerated Edition lighter in tone than Fate Core? To rephrase is Fate Core inherently better at running dark or noir games than Fate Accelerate Edition? This is the impression given by the ...
8
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1answer
243 views

What happens to boosts that are obviated by the narrative?

During a quick Fate session, two characters were engaged in a duel, during which an onlooker was hurled into the fray, resulting in one duelist gaining the boost Petticoats and Fluff on the other. ...
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1answer
822 views

What are the gameplay implications for choosing Fate Core or Fate Accelerated Edition?

I am shortly going to be starting a game of Fate with my friends, using either Fate Core or Fate Accelerated Edition (hereafter just “Core” and “Accelerated”). I am well aware they are both the same ...
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2answers
344 views

How much the players can narrate in Fate? How much can be prepared beforehand by the Gm taking that into account?

Me and a few of my friends are starting to play Fate (currently the accelerated edition) and I think we are all loving it. One of my friends seems to grasp the collaborative narration very well. When ...
12
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2answers
1k views

How Fate games could go wrong and how to prevent that

Im introducing a few of my friends to the Fate system, and were using FateAccelerated for a quick start. Reading answers for some questions on our site I found an interesting paragraph: One of the ...
11
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4answers
1k views

How do FATE Core and FAE differ in purpose?

I understand the mechanical differences between the two games (notably, approaches instead of skills and a consolidated stress track), but is FATE Accelerated Edition simply meant to be "FATE Core ...
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2answers
226 views

Costs for compelling and invoking against other characters [closed]

The Fate Core System rulebook states on p. 71 (Compelling Aspects): Finally, and this is very important: if a player wants to compel another character, it costs a fate point to propose the ...
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2answers
463 views

Replacing skills with approaches and vice versa

One of the most noticeable differences between Fate Core and FAE is that FAE replaces skills with approaches. This is really great for forcing characterization and getting games running quickly, but ...