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Is there an expiration time for free invocations?

There's no time limit per se, but if an aspect is no longer applicable then it can't be used. That said, a GM would be well within their rights to respond to your sharpening of daggers with "Very ...
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What changes if I allow a free invocation to pay for a compel?

Standardising free invokes as spendable for compels will break the fate point economy and pull the teeth out of compels. The fate point economy is one of the only things that the Core book and ...
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Is there an expiration time for free invocations?

A Stunt is a better way to model that. If you want it to be mechanically important that your character constantly, obsessively, sharpens their knives, above and beyond the call of duty, it's easiest ...
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Can you use create advantage to get a free invocation more than one time on the same aspect?

Yes, to both When creating an advantage, you have the option to create an advantage on an existing aspect. Success give you 1 free invoke, and success with style gives you two. There is nothing in ...
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Who 'Owns' Consequence Invocations?

Free invokes always belong to the character that made them. Whether to let someone else use them is a decision made by the player because there is a meta element to that decision and it doesn't always ...
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Who 'Owns' Consequence Invocations?

You didn't find anything new. The consequence written in the slot is an aspect that represents the lasting effect incurred from the attack. The opponent who forced you to take a consequence gets a ...
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