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The Fate Codex - Volume 2, 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, 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 1 of Volume 2 features Marissa Kelly, Juan Ochoa, Olivia Boyd, and Kaitlynn Peavler! 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. 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 first issue, we've got:

  • Heather Beauregard's conversion document, Bringing DFRPG into the Atomic Robo Era, for the Dresden Files Roleplaying Game to Fate Core, with a special section making use of new Fate ideas from Atomic Robo.
  • Jacob Possin's guide to running short Fate games, Two Hour Fate, that can fit into anyone's busy schedule.
  • Mark Diaz Truman's new Deck of Fate system, Deck of Fate: Variant Fate Points, that brings new excitement to invoking aspects with cards
  • Brendan Conway's quick start adventure, Primal World, that brings the Chaos Worlds setting (usually for Dungeon World) to Fate Core for the first time. Create a new world before it's snuffed out by the forces of chaos and darkness!

Huge thanks to our great production team--John Adamus, Brendan Conway, 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 17th, 2015
I may be a bit biased, as one of my articles is in this issue, but I still think it is pretty great. I found everything in it to be useful in some way. And now I can finally run that Dresden Atomic Robo corssover I have always wanted to do! [...]
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