Posts in: Adding Fate to Your D&D Games (series)

Jacob did a quick 2-part series about adding concepts from Fate into your D&D games to make them more story-driven. A third article is in consideration, but we will have to see.



by Jacob

Adding Fate to Your D&D Games Pt 2: The Skill Conversion

This is my second and last post on converting D&D (mostly D&D Next, but there’s a fair bit of edition-neutral stuff) to use Fate’s mechanics. Check out my last post about how to start adding Aspects into the game for a better storytelling experience. This conversion stacks on top of that one. Why? You’re still…

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by Jacob

Adding Fate to Your D&D Games: The Aspect Conversion

Why? Why would anyone want to add Fate into D&D? They’re so completely different that they couldn’t possibly combined, right? Wrong. In this, the Aspect Conversion, the bit of Fate (Aspects) that I add into D&D is so different that it is incapable of stepping on D&D’s toes. Aspects add story and character to your…

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