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Monday, January 15

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    Templates: Player-made templates to supplement those found in Your Story.
    Travel Guide: A guide to the Cities and Locations of Earth and the Nevernever.
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  2. page Introduction To The Dresden RPG edited ... Oddly enough, most of the 'refined' monster types (vampires, fairies, etc) respect what could …
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    Oddly enough, most of the 'refined' monster types (vampires, fairies, etc) respect what could be called "Old World Manners". If you are an acknowledged guest they won't attack you and if they give you their word then they will keep it. Often you can avoid a fight with such a creature as long as you are polite and don't make a point of standing in their way.
    Into this mix comes your PCs. You get to pick your template and powers and then join in the fun. Odds are you won't want normal people to know about any powers you have, but there are enough weird things out there that you won't feel alone. While some gaming groups might have a different focus, the setting assumes that you will be one of the people trying to keep the world safe from dark forces while keeping humanity ignorant of the things that go bump in the night.
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    A bit about the FATE system:
    The FATE system isn't about dice rolls. While you make your characters (it's a group effort) you assign them Aspects. Aspects are hard to describe - they are kind of like Metaskills. They define who your character is and if an aspect says you can do something then odds are you can do it without dice rolls. If dice rolls are need you can 'tag' an aspect for a +2 bonus or a reroll. You can tag multiple aspects for every roll and you decide whether or not to tag them after you roll (and after rerolls), but every aspect can only be tagged once per roll. The first time you tag it you tag it for free, but after that you need to pay a FATE point to tag them.
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Monday, January 1

  1. page Introduction To The Dresden RPG edited ... Oddly enough, most of the 'refined' monster types (vampires, fairies, etc) respect what could …
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    Oddly enough, most of the 'refined' monster types (vampires, fairies, etc) respect what could be called "Old World Manners". If you are an acknowledged guest they won't attack you and if they give you their word then they will keep it. Often you can avoid a fight with such a creature as long as you are polite and don't make a point of standing in their way.
    Into this mix comes your PCs. You get to pick your template and powers and then join in the fun. Odds are you won't want normal people to know about any powers you have, but there are enough weird things out there that you won't feel alone. While some gaming groups might have a different focus, the setting assumes that you will be one of the people trying to keep the world safe from dark forces while keeping humanity ignorant of the things that go bump in the night.
    www.winkwhiteclub.com
    A bit about the FATE system:
    The FATE system isn't about dice rolls. While you make your characters (it's a group effort) you assign them Aspects. Aspects are hard to describe - they are kind of like Metaskills. They define who your character is and if an aspect says you can do something then odds are you can do it without dice rolls. If dice rolls are need you can 'tag' an aspect for a +2 bonus or a reroll. You can tag multiple aspects for every roll and you decide whether or not to tag them after you roll (and after rerolls), but every aspect can only be tagged once per roll. The first time you tag it you tag it for free, but after that you need to pay a FATE point to tag them.
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    Templates: Player-made templates to supplement those found in Your Story.
    Travel Guide: A guide to the Cities and Locations of Earth and the Nevernever.
    www.winkwhiteclub.com
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Friday, December 15

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