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Currently busy producing Edgerunner RPG, the offspring of and . I'd appreciate any form of feedback you can give. Please visit and read the game and keep up with developments through the Edgerunner blog, Facebook and Google+.


Feb
2
reviewed Satisfactory Games with mechanics for dreams
Feb
2
comment Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
@wraith808 all this cherry picking and scripture referencing is making it quite hard to reason with you. Have it your way, plus a nice day. I'm out.
Feb
2
comment Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
Did I say something like that?
Feb
2
answered Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
Jan
31
awarded  Informed
Jan
31
comment Can wizards detect each other in The Dresden Files RPG?
Don't know about the books, but it seems perfectly plausible under normal circumstances. Or maybe it is common practice for wizards to have wards to prevent that, then that's your typical block with a strength that must be overcome
Jan
31
answered Can wizards detect each other in The Dresden Files RPG?
Jan
31
revised Pathfinder Battle Royale!
"pathfinger" ? What were you thinking? :D
Jan
31
comment Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
Come on @wraith808, this is going off subject here, let's take it over to chat :) chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/7329/fate-conflict-finales
Jan
30
comment Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
Theoretically, it is possible to propose that your concession depends on some action of another character, and if that proposal sits well with everyone at the table, no roll is required. So if I propose in a concession that the wizard fries two mooks in a giant fireball, and everyone at the table is cool with that, it happens without involving the dice at all.
Jan
30
comment Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
@wraith808, I'm not talking about a concession, I'm talking about taking the wizard out in a way that forces him to do things he'd rather not. I'm suggesting that instead of conceding to die (which wouldn't work unless everyone agrees) you can take an opponent out and have him kill your character.
Jan
30
comment Can you concede by dying in Dresden Files?
Good call @Mortimer. On the other hand, what the GM can do to get your wizard to violate the first law is take him out on the mental track and narrate the story as "the wizard going into a fit of rage and toasting a random mook with an overpowered fireball before collapsing under rhe realization of what he has just done".
Jan
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
28
answered How do I explain stress to a d20 crowd?
Jan
25
comment Dresden RPG - How easy is it to avoid First Law violations?
This could make you look like a lawbreaker in the eyes of a furious judge+jury+executioner warden, with little time to clear your name. Can be a good side story.
Jan
22
reviewed Leave Open Are there podcasts or blogs focused on the Dresden RPG?
Jan
22
revised Are there podcasts or blogs focused on the Dresden RPG?
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Jan
14
revised How can I estimate difficulty in a FATE based game?
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Jan
14
comment How can I estimate difficulty in a FATE based game?
If you consider them in the same vein as regular characters, giving them the same number of FP as their skill cap would be appropriate. Of course, with many characters to play, it becomes tedious. A good compromise is using a pool of fate points that refreshes every scene instead of waiting for a refresh, shared between all NPC's at the scene. For the pool size, the same number that player characters refresh at (a fixed 5 FP for Diaspora) works for most cases.
Jan
14
answered How can I estimate difficulty in a FATE based game?