Episode 12: The Fate Codex

So, last night +Mark Diaz Truman came back on the show to talk about his Patreon project, The Fate Codex. As usual, he was amazing and energetic as we talked about the following: his project, the difference between Kickstarter and Pateron, all of the amazing people involved with Fate, Star Wars, and The Firefly Rpg.

So, please enjoy and remember to subscribe, like and share. :)


Fate Points 007: Ryan Takes Over

In thios episode i talk with +Ryan M. Danks about a project he is/was working on. We also briefly discuss Jadepunk, though it was early on in the developement of it so we were a little vague.


Fate Points Episode 006: Off we go into the Wild Blue

I am aware that it has been a while since I put out an episode. I am sorry about that faithful listeners/viewers. Things were crazy there for a few months. Ok, like five months...sorry. Stacy's computer broke, and then I was working on Jadepunk, and all of that. However, good news! Here is the next audio podcast of the show. Brian Engard showed up to discuss Wild Blue, a setting for Fate Core. You can pick this setting up in a big book with four other settings/adventures, Fate Worlds Vol. 1: Worlds on Fire.


Fate Points Episode 11: The Great Merlini Demands Attendance!

Fate Points Episode 5: Apotheosis Drive X(originally aired 04/04/2013)

We had +David Hill on our show to discuss Apotheosis Drive X. When this show originally aired the kickstarter was still live and we talk about that quite a bit. Though that does date the show a little there is quite a lot of good material in this one. We end up getting into a lot of the nitty gritty of what makes this game shine. If you love fate but were a little leery of this project, have a listen and see if it is for you.


Fate Points...an update.

So, things are still rolling along here at Fate Points headquarters. Ok, we don't have a HQ, but it sounded cool, right?

So, the last few episodes have been good overall, but I personally have a few issues here at the home. First there was the interview with +Mike Olson. The interview went very well, but my mike kept giving feedback and I spent the last 45 minutes having to sit there and not be able to say anything (I did ask a few questions via chat that Jacob asked). I have not watched that video as of yet, as I am afraid I will just look pissed off the entire time. :)  I was really upset about it, but the interview went well.

Then last night we had +John Adamus on the show and it started out fine. Then my roommates started watching hockey and turned up the volume on the TV and I am sure you guys heard some of that. I am very sorry about that and eventually went upstairs to finish the remainder of the interview. I hope it did not look like a bad shake cam from a horror movie as I moved up the stairs. But John was a fabulous interview so it was all great in the end.

In two weeks on June 17th we will have +Andrew Goenner who currently has a Fate Kickstarter called Time Heroes. It deals with Saturday morning heroes and Fate! You can check it out here.  http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/geekworldonline/time-heroes-saturday-morning-cartoons-fate-style?ref=live

On July 1st, we will have +J.R. Blackwell on the show to talk about her work on the Fate Core Supplement Court/Ship. An alien invasion set in the Court of Louis XV.

On July 15th, we will have +Amanda Valentine on the show to talk about her work on various Evil Hat games, such as the Paranet Papers. Not to mention a ton of other things she has worked on. Oh and she is also working on Firefly!!

I am in the process of trying to get a few other people on the show and still want to get some of the big dogs from Evil Hat on the show.

Lastly, I have been toying with the idea of having an official Fate Point hangout game with some of our previous guests. I have not really approached any of them yet (except John Adamus), so that will be happening soon.

Take care!