arcandio's mad ravings

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This is about desktop publishing, not a Bard/Barbarian build.

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The weird experience of feeling comptetent for once

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I recently finished Sly Flourish's The Lazy DM. This isn't a review so much as some reflections and a bit of unasked advice.

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A continuing series on the #CommonComplaints of #FateCore

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I just released The Lost Soul Blues, a short dark-fantasy #ttrpg set in Hell.

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I know what I Like
And I like what I know
— Genesis

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A continuing series on the #CommonComplaints of #FateCore

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A continuing series on the #CommonComplaints of #FateCore

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Content warning: social media, diversity

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A continuing series on the #CommonComplaints of #FateCore

Now this is a hard one, because it can be true. But at the same time (at the risk of being called out for “whataboutism”) D&D and other systems often have identical mechanical events that just aren't phrased the same way.

The basic problem goes like this: The core resolution mechanic of Fate Core has too many steps to determine success or failure:

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