This download includes the dPoly Fate font, a new version of the popular dPoly Hexagon font which is designed specifically for FATE and FUDGE gamers. The font includes pip-style and Arial-style six-sided die in white and black. It also includes FUDGE's plus, minus, and 'zero' symbols in white or black.
Purchase of this font includes a permanent royalty-free license for commercial and non-commecial... [click here for more]
This stock art set by Elizabeth Porter includes variations of all three possible Fate™ Dice results in black, white, blue, green, and grey .
This purchase includes one JPG and a TIFF version of each color, both at 300 dpi,... [click here for more]
This stock art set by Elizabeth Porter includes variations of all three possible Fate™ Dice results in purple, orange, pink, light green, yellow, and light grey .
This purchase includes one JPG and a TIFF version of each color,... [click here for more]
Got something that uses the Fate Accelerated defaults for Fate Core, and you wish it used Fate Core's defaults? Or vice-versa? This handy guide from one of the Fate system's originators gives you perspectives and methods to make the conversion process a snap.
Inside you'll find:
An overview of the differences between the Core and Accelerated defaults for Fate Core.
A method for converting skills... [click here for more]
Fate Solo is a Solo Engine (Games Master Emulator) for Fate. It is a simple and streamlined system which requires only standard Fate dice.
Inculded is an interview which explains some of the background behind and how to use Fate Solo. (This interview accounts for most of the page count.) ... [click here for more]
This TrueType Font (.TTF) has only eight characters, each of which presents a possible Fate™ die result in either a hollow or black face format.
The FATEdDice font allows Fate™ publishers or gamers to conveniently enter a character from "a" to "h" within their body of work to indicate a Fate™ die result instead of using individual... [click here for more]
Fateful Concepts: Character Aspects is a collection of four articles about character aspects in Fate Core and Fate Accelerated:
Why Five Aspects? Unpacking the Aspect Economy
This article discusses the evolution of the aspect economy through different versions of Fate and the design philosophy behind the number of character aspects in Fate Core, all while exposing the underlying... [click here for more]
Fateful Concepts: Hacking Contests is a collection of five articles about understanding and changing the contest system in Fate Core and Fate Accelerated.
There’s more to contests that you might think. The inherent pacing of victories and sense of passive competition can surprise you the first few times you use contests. Understanding how to tweak these dials... [click here for more]
Publisher's Choice -Quality Stockart
Felipe Gaona (Post-Apocalypse Items)Publisher's Choice - Felipe Gaona (Post-Apocalypse Items)
This quality stock art image pack depicts a collection of weapons and items in B&W. These 300 dpi Tiffs are perfect for interior equipment sections, spot illustrations, or anything else.
Publisher's Choice Stockart... [click here for more]