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Fragments Volume 1, #3 Released

I'm proud to announce the release of Fragments Volume 1, #3 on DriveThruRPG. The third issue of Fragments presents a mini-supplement for Fate Accelerated Edition—Dungeon Accelerated. Templates for character classes and races get you ready to delve into treacherous underground realms in moments!

These articles originally appeared at nothingventuredgames.com/fragments, but they have been expanded upon with rules for spicing up conflicts — including lethal attacks, tactical movement, and more — and are collected in a single illustrated PDF that features bookmarks as well as layers designed for easy printing.

For just $3.49, you get this complete mini-supplement, including spectacular art by Brian Patterson! If you like this issue and want to get future ones as well as support the work I do here on One Yard Hex, consider backing my Patreon. Patrons at the $5 level and above get each new issue of Fragments free.


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