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If you want something that fits in directly with the time period of the Forgotten Realms as depicted in Phandelver then the new Princes of the Apocalypse adventure starts out just to the east of Phandelver. I have the book and the initial adventures are in the Dessarin Valley. The north end begins at the eastern terminus of the Triboar trail as you can ...


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For the Expert class itself? I have not seen such a thing. However, you could look for handbooks for individual skills. Unrestricted skill selection is the only noteworthy feature the class has, and these can be optimized more or less individually. Some noteworthy skills and fewer handbooks: Handle Animal (handbook) Use Magic Device (handbook) Iaijutsu ...


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http://twintailedcomet.com has a Google Map view with all labels removed. It starts zoomed in on a city in Europe, but if you know where New York is, you can zoom in there instead, and print or screenshot it.


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Evil Hat has a series of pay what you want adventures called World of Adventure that can easily be run in FAE. The Fate Codex also comes with FAE quick start adventures. Aside from these, pretty much any Fate Core adventure can be turned into an FAE adventure.


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Magic weapons were made rare on purpose - they do change game balance. I suggest the rules on page 284 of the DMG - Modifying an Item. Take an existing weapon close to what you want and make it a flail instead of a sword. That kind of minor tweak should not break the game like adding bonuses might. Check out the chart on page 285: Magic Item Power by ...


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RPGGeek As with many "directory" questions, the geek is your friend. Go to the RPG page for Fate Core on RPGGeek. Under "Linked Items" select "Scenario / Adventure / Module" from the category dropdown. It includes FAE items, as explained on the page and on the Evil Hat site.


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I will echo the sentiment of using handbook material for the Factotum as a substitute for an Expert class Handbook as the SRD core Expert is basically a stripped-down Factotum: They have a weaker HD (d6 vs the Factotum's d8) due to being a NPC class vs the fully playable Factotum They get a roughly similar skill point allocation (6 pts/level, x4 at first ...


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I'm not certain what you or @SevenSidedDie have found, so I'm going to dump what I have found. For (brief) clan descriptions: Wu Xing In Brief. RPG.net review The Goodies section of the official site has some pre-generated characters (which can give you an idea of what the clan-specific wushu are about). The Let's Study from Philgamer, combined with ...


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The best resource I know for a fan-maintained list is NWoD portal at thesubnet.com. For the Virtues and Vices in the GMC chronicles, they are listed in the character Creation tab under the Mortal (Adult) [GMC] directory. As of the time of this posting, there is an error for the Virtues location in that directory (it is also listed under Vices), but the page ...


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That's a good question. Because most of the material is copyrighted, people generally have personal libraries as it is frowned on to share other people's material. However, most of the good tile designers post there stuff all over the place, so for personal use, I doubt there's any issue, but you would need to do the trolling yourself. There's a few sites ...


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I have good news for you! The Wizard's Handbook is alive in the D&D Wiki! You can find some other build from the Character Optimization Handbook in the same Wiki, merged with the builds of other users of the Wiki.



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