Last week, as a part of my celebration of Dresden Files Accelerated’s preorder release, I posted a couple of homebrew mantles. Today I want to revisit one of them: the Minor Talent. I’ve had a chance to work on this one a bit more due to working on a premade character for my next Dresden Files Accelerated game (more to come on that) and this is the result:
Check out my video first look on Dresden Files Accelerated, where I gush about one of my most anticipated tabletop RPG releases of 2017!
Dresden Files Accelerated is coming! To celebrate the preorder of one of my most anticipated releases of 2017, I thought I’d share a couple of homebrew Mantles I’ve cooked up. Don’t know what a Mantle is in Dresden Files Accelerated? Here’s the summarized version:
Mantles replace Templates from The Dresden Files RPG and act similar to classes – they help define who your character is and what they do. Mantles accomplish this by providing a set of free traits (conditions and stunts) that create the flavor of that Mantle. They also have a list of additional stunts that can be taken for Refresh.
It’s a new video from yours truly! Yes, been awhile. This video was inspired by a commentator on my channel who had some questions about how to run a conflict in The Dresden Files RPG. In it, I break down how a conflict goes and offer some advice along the way. If you have any […]
It’s a new video from yours truly! Yes, been awhile. This video was inspired by a commentator on my channel who had some questions about how to run a conflict in The Dresden Files RPG. In it, I break down how a conflict goes and offer some advice along the way.
If you have any questions about running a Conflict in The Dresden Files RPG (or Fate) or have any questions you might want me to answer, please let me know in the comments below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh boy, it has been a while since I’ve had any time or anything to say. Priorities or something…but I’m back! I’m starting the year off right with a brand new campaign using a system I have never tried to run before: Fantasy Flight Games Star Wars – Age of Rebellion. This has been a long time come, and on Saturday, 14th of January 2017, I ran my first session of it and my new campaign.
Welcome to another recap! This time, it is for my first taste of Dungeon Mastering for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Based in Faerun, my Adventures in the Sword Coast is currently working its way through The Lost Mines of Phandelvar. So not only am I running a system new to me, I’ve also gone one further for me and am using an established module. Trust in me though, the sky isn’t falling, we’re trying new things.
This is different than the last time, honest!