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The Fate Codex - Volume 1, Issue 1

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The Fate Codex is a mostly-monthly e-zine featuring Quick Start Adventures and more for the Fate roleplaying system. The project, funded through Patreon, grows and swells as more patrons support our work. We've been lucky to have lots of folks pledge.

We've also been lucky enough to feature some really great artists, including our own Marissa Kelly, Tom Miskey, and Juan Ochoa. There's some great work in this piece and over 10,000 words of awesome Fate content, ready to be thrown into your next game of Fate.

Now we're bringing this content to you on DriveThruRPG, so you can find and download your issues easily.

In this first issue, we've got:

  • Lenny Balsera's take on Collaborative World Building, covering valuable techniques to help you create your game with your group, together.
  • Brian Engard's new system for handling Ammo in Fate, giving you ways to make your world feel harder and realer through interesting and smooth ways of tracking ammunition.
  • Brie Sheldon's cyberpunk short story, Life Locked, about a trio of criminals who may have gotten in over their heads.
  • Mark Diaz Truman's quick start adventure, Silicon City, setting you up to play Archons, law enforcement officers granted extrajudicial powers, in a city run by code and corporations.

Huge thanks to our great production team--John Adamus, Amanda Valentine, Shelley Harlan, and Thomas Deeny--for keeping us on task for this issue and pushing this thing forward. We hope you enjoy it!

 
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March 15th, 2015
I found this to be an excellent resource and a wonderful series overall. Each article is of use, even if you don't directly use it in your games, the articles serve as fodder for the imagination. Seriously, check it out. [...]
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