Fate Core is the official generic implementation of the Fate game engine.

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Is a permission a cost?

In the latest FATE Core draft when describing extras a "permission aspect" is often referenced, as are a concept of extra "costs". However, it is unclear whether the permission itself is a cost (some ...
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When using a fate point to create an aspect, do you have to spend another to invoke it?

I'm running a new game, with just my friend and I on roll20. We're attempting to figure out the mechanics, while running a small game together. I'm having issues with the Fate Point system. Does ...
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Converting Command skill from Rogue Trader to Fate Core

My group worked hard to get through the first two ranks in our Rogue Trader campaign, but we keep finding new flaws in the d100 system used by FFG. Finally we've decided to try out more likeable (and ...
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Where to find recordings of serious Fate Core campaigns?

Are there any recordings of serious campaigns played in Fate Core out there? By serious I do not disqualify games which contains humour and jokes (can it be even avoided?) but games which were ...
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Understanding aspects in combat

I've always been partial to darkmantles, because nobody looks at the ceiling, and because they modified combat without directly affecting hitpoints in D&D. I would like to use them in an upcoming ...
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Creating an Advantage on existing aspects: differences between FAE and Fate Core?

I was comparing Actions & Outcome from Fate Core and FAE to see if there were any significant differences I should know about and I'm wondering if I found one on Create an Advantage. Fate ...
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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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Do players have to roll to discover an obvious aspect?

This is a fairly straightforward question, but one that has led to some debate in my group. We know that aspects are generally not reflections of physical reality but rather narrative focus, so things ...
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Balancing Weapon/Armor in a varied group

I am running a Fate game in which I have the following characters: A Japanese high-school student wielding a haunted katana The MVP of the last Neo-baseball universal championship, wielding a ...