Fate Codex 2.4 The
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¸ and we're now entering our second year of production!
Our backers have enabled us to not only hire great authors¸ but also to include great art in every issue. Issue 4 of Volume 2 features Mike Mumah 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 ¸ so you can find and download your issues easily. Since every title is saved to your library on the site¸ you'll always have The Fate Codex right at hand when you need it.
In this second issue of Volume 2¸ we've got:
- Tara Zuber's essay on using flashbacks in Fate to create character backstory and engaging scenes called "I Remember When...": Using Flashbacks in Fate.
- Travis Scott's piece on rethinking the roll of skills¸ Under the Hood¸ an essay that challenges what we think skills ought to do for a game of Fate.
- Mike Olson's essay¸ Stunts are Cool¸ that summarize what he's learned about writing stunts in the process of developing Atomic Robo and other Fate products.
- Jon Peacock's quick start adventure¸ Family Matters¸ a madcap adventure that features ghosts angling to control a family's future through their chosen heirs.
Huge thanks to our great production team--Josh Yearsley¸ Sally Christensen¸ 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!