Today features two twists from my Folks I Admire series: I will speak of the dead rather than the living, and one of those people I don’t admire for positive reasons. (I will stick to my limit of two entities per post, though.) Are you a prescriptivist when it comes to language? Well, then you’re
I teased you all with a little tidbit yesterday. Maybe it wasn’t a fair tease. After all, it only showcases my talents at ’90s Geocities web-fu, right? Wrong, motherfuckers! Let’s get real. Let’s get cray-cray. Click on that for the full cover. This roleplaying game is so majestic. But don’t take my word for it—I had over
I’m a part of the reboot of Bulldogs! Sci-Fi That Kicks Ass, currently being Kickstarted! My part of it is a setting and rules slices that’s pretty cool, but before I get into my supplement for it, “Red Star,” I’ll get one thing out of the way: Are you a Fate fan who really appreciates
Last week, I wrote the word “replayability” in a draft, and I got that red squiggly line indicating a spelling error or undefined word. heard, read, and used “replayability” over the years with a clear understanding of what it meant from context, so I did what I always do when I encounter a red-squiggly word
When it comes to making stuff for Fate, there are some equivalencies that became evident while working on Fate Core, but I don’t know if any of us have explicitly thrown out there: An invocation and a single use of a stunt are roughly equivalent. And an action and a fate point are roughly equivalent.