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

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As already said, #2 works because you certainly can Compel with the situation or location aspect. #4 also is very relevant. Compel doesn't necessarily have to be the only option. There are ways to ma …
answered Jun 4 '18 by Beanluc
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Yes There is nothing the GM cannot do with their NPCs which players can do with their PCs, as far as gameplay actions go, so, declaring details in the middle of the action isn't off the table. And th …
answered Aug 6 '16 by Beanluc
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No. As you found when you went to the Fate Core book, consequences which you have taken do not give you a minus to your subsequent attacks. In fact, there is nothing at all in Fate Core which has a m …
answered Jan 23 '17 by Beanluc
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One answer can be found in the Fate Codex, volume 1 issue 6, an article by Steve Radbaugh entitled "Relationships With Influence". The article's angle of approach is as if the game had a single (NPC) …
answered Jan 30 '17 by Beanluc
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"since the enemy is being held, can he make an Athletics defence roll to try to escape next attack?" It depends on his intentions, and it depends on timing. If he intends to Defend himself against s …
answered Jan 8 '17 by Beanluc
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Let's say you have a mixed player-character party, where some of them are "normal" and one of them is one of these dinosaurs. I can see that you balanced the Dinosaur's skill pyramid so that they onl …
answered Aug 28 '18 by Beanluc
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The stakes of a Conflict aren't really determined until someone concedes or is taken out. This means that the nature of a conflict can change, story-wise, without there being any need to change anythi …
answered May 24 '17 by Beanluc
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The relevant text on Page 13 of Fate Core is, "Sometimes, you want to add a detail that works to your character's advantage. [...] To do this, you'll spend a Fate point." I think of it as similar to …
answered Apr 23 '18 by Beanluc
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Fate's rules demand collaboration. If you do find yourself feeling like someone really thinks you're coming up short by putting responsibilities on them to contribute, that's your defense. Show it to …
answered Oct 11 '16 by Beanluc
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You don't have to alter the (already fair and balanced) core mechanics in order to get more Fate points as GM: There are existing mechanics you can use to get more of them the "normal ways". Way 1: L …
answered Feb 1 '18 by Beanluc
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I have looked in several different Fate games' rulebooks, including Fate Core, DFRPG, Atomic Robo, FAE, and Jadepunk, which all describe Boosts as temporary Aspects you get to invoke for free, one tim …
asked Jun 12 '16 by Beanluc
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For what it's worth, I found the following in Fate Core on page 149, describing how to run Challenges: If you have any boosts that went unused in the challenge, feel free to keep them around for t …
answered Jun 13 '16 by Beanluc
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Index cards are the canonical tool (what the book suggests). It's not the only way. They're easy to pick up and get rid of when one of them stops being relevant (the scene changes, someone Overcomes …
answered Oct 11 '16 by Beanluc
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The part about "how does Fate handle wild-ass Declarations" has been answered, but regarding the questions about how locked-into-stone Settings are: "Is it possible to reconcile a "closed/fixed world …
answered Oct 31 '16 by Beanluc