Welche der Fate World Settings interessiert Dich?

Wir fragen uns grade welche der Settings aus dem Fate Core World Book 1 & 2 wohl am interessantesten sind.

Dazu haben wir einen Poll eröffnet in dem du bis zu drei Settings ankreuzen kannst.
Diese Umfrage ist rein interessehalber, was nicht bedeutet da wir nicht vielleicht mit dem ein oder anderen Autor mal reden könnten sein Setting ins Deutsche zu übersetzen…

  • Tower of the Serpents by Brennan Taylor

    The Fantasy Adventure (Tower of the Serpents): When our project hits its first funding goal, we start the roster for our set of digital expansions with a fantasy adventure playable with just a few friends, some dice, and the Fate Core rulebook. This will be written by Brennan Taylor, author of the Bulldogs! Fate game published by Galileo Games.
    [Learn More][Preview & Playtest]

  • White Picket Witches by Filamena Young

    Small towns are cauldrons full of family secrets. In Salem, those cauldrons bubble over. Inspired by paranormal cozies like Practical Magic and the Witches of Eastwick, White Picket Witches give the players magic and charms to deal with small town pressures… and sometimes, the forces of evil. It’s about accepting the past, fitting in, or breaking out. It emphasizes friendships, brother/sisterhood, community, and a touch of romance. Designed by Filamena Young of Machine Age Productions, who has worked with Margaret Weis Productions, White Wolf, and many others.
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  • Fight Fire by Jason Morningstar

    Fight Fire expands Fate Core’s handling of objective hazards, answering the common question „the warehouse has the On Fire aspect… now what?“ Not only is this answered — literally — but it is enhanced and expanded in the form of a mini supplement that tackles both the day-to-day operations of urban firefighters (using tactics cribbed directly from the FDNY) and their lives off the clock. Raised in a firefighting family, Fiasco author Jason Morningstar takes Fate Core in a direction that tempers hard-researched realism with drama and danger.
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  • Kriegszeppelin Valkyrie by Clark Valentine

    Our first stretch goal travels to a mini-campaign set in a World War One that isn’t quite like you read about in the history books. You play the multinational barnstormers and daring fighter pilots of the era, crewing the biggest airship that ever flew, as you take on the forces of a mad scientist and his army of galvanic automatons. It’s one part pulp, one part Battlestar Galactica, and100% high-flying zeppelin-and-biplanes action, from Evil Hat’s own Clark Valentine.
    [Preview & Playtest]

  • Burn Shift by Sarah J. Newton

    From the Mindjammer mind of Sarah J. Newton, a post-apocalyptic vision of the future! The Age of Space is gone, blasted to atoms in a devastation which buckled continents and boiled seas. Now the sky flickers with many-colored lightning and roiling clouds, and the air is heavy with poison. Twisted by strange energies from forms already geneered beyond natural adaptation, the remnants of posthumanity struggle to survive in the ruins of a once-glorious civilization. But for every one who succumbs to the curse of the Wounded Earth, another thrives with the Burn Shift — the new power which gives survivors an edge in this harsh and nightmarish world. Where most post-apocalyptic RPGs stop, Burn Shift starts: it’s not about wallowing in the devastation, but about pushing through it, reforming and rebuilding communities, going beyond… Whatever the future will be, it won’t be like the past.
    [Preview & Playtest]

  • Wild Blue by Brian Engard

    From Bulldogs! co-author Brian Engard comes this setting of six-guns and superpowers, monsters and outlaws and keeping the peace on the frontier. It’s a dangerous world out there, but opportunities abound in the Blue Lands for those willing to help themselves. You’re one of the Queen’s Wardens, a newly inducted recruit into the land’s most elite law-enforcement team, a team made up entirely of Powers, people born with unique capabilities beyond those of the common folk. You’re a superhero, a law-bringer, a Warden. But all power comes with a cost, and being a hero is never without danger.
    [Learn More] [Preview & Playtest]

  • CrimeWorld by John Rogers

    Leverage television show head writer (and series co-creator) John Rogers uses his extensively-researched knowledge of cons and capers to craft this sourcebook for running grifts and heists in your Fate Core games. Use CrimeWorld to run a game in the world of the ultra-criminal, or apply it as a toolkit to give added depth and adventure to confidence games and thievery in any game based on the Fate Core RPG system.
    [Learn More]

  • Timeworks by Mark Diaz Truman

    „Want to have developed the iPhone? We can make it so that your firm had the idea before Apple. Want to get rid of a tricky rival? We’ll make sure his parents never met. After all, it’s only murder if someone gets killed. Not getting born doesn’t count. Our time technicians are experts at moving the timestream in revenue generating directions. We’re discreet, careful, and always on time. After all, we know you expect the best. Timeworks. Making time work for you.“ From game designer Mark Diaz Truman.
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  • The Ellis Affair by Lisa Steele

    In May of 1923, an American businessman dies while abroad. Investigators are dispatched to try to make sense of it, and uncover a hidden world of conspiracy, diplomacy, and covert operations gone awry. Who was Earl H. Ellis? Businessman, or spy? Was his death accident, or murder? And why was the last man to have contact with his ashes found catatonic and weeping while clutching them to his chest? It’s up to you to solve this real-events-based mystery from author Lisa Steele. [Preview & Playtest]

  • No Exit by Shoshana Kessock

    From writer Shoshana Kessock, take a journey into psychological horror, „Lost“ style. Characters find themselves living in an apartment building they can’t leave, and must come to terms with who has put them there and what they did to deserve it. Dark truths will come to light, in No Exit.
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  • Court/Ship by J.R. Blackwell

    The court of Louis the XV of France was a weird place. He had a place called a „Deer Park“ where he kept a stable of young mistresses, he kept his court in the cramped and weird living situation of his palace, and from all reports lived a crazy and decadent lifestyle. Women would come to court to become his mistress to gain a title and lands. This was also the time of the „gentlemen scientist“ when there was growing interest in science and technology, as well as new systems of government. Into this environment… an alien invasion begins. This Fate Core expansion by J.R. Blackwell will explore themes of identity, hierarchy, and what it means to be human.
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  • Camelot Trigger by Robert Wieland

    Camelot Trigger brings a mecha setting to your table. The One and Future King returns to a solar system filled with battles between knights in 80-ton armor on the field of honor.  Duel a Venusian princess for her hand. Hunt outlaws in the asteroid belt. Travel to Earth to joust for a seat of honor next to the High Orbit King. Star Wars Saga Edition writer Rob Wieland remixes Arthurian legend and big stompy robots in a setting featuring courtly intrigue, duels of honor, and XTE-78 Lancepack missile launchers.
    [Learn More] [Preview & Playtest]

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