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A Look at Fate Accelerated Approaches

I meant to put this article up yesterday, but I missed it, so I'm putting it up early this morning.

My most recent Patreon release is an article taking a look at the approaches from Fate Accelerated Edition. I discuss what each is good at and what each is not suited for. I also give suggestions for effects when the player decides to succeed with cost. Finally, I outline a system for determining approach-based target numbers based on how closely related one approach is to the ideal.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6572013/approachesFAE.pdf

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