Your Story

Your Story

Leonard Balsera Jim Butcher Genevieve Cogman Rob Donoghue Fred Hicks Kenneth Hite Ryan Macklin Chad Underkoffler / Sep 16, 2019

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  • Title: Your Story
  • Author: Leonard Balsera Jim Butcher Genevieve Cogman Rob Donoghue Fred Hicks Kenneth Hite Ryan Macklin Chad Underkoffler
  • ISBN: 9780977153473
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I bought this on the back of Evil Hat's first outing with FATE, The Spirit of the Century, as part of a burgeoning love affair with the FATE rpg (roleplaying game).For those who don't know what an rpg is, its a game of collaborative story telling. One player comes up with the story and describes what is happening (often called the Games Master or GM for short). The other players design characters who will feature as the heroes in that setting. They get to describe what their characters do in res [...]


    2. Ok, even ubergeek that I am, I wouldn't normally rate a book for an RPG. But it kept coming up in my recommended list, and I'm in the early stages of setting up a campaign for that game anyway. I read the book cover to cover, which I try to do with games I run. However, I don't usually enjoy the books this much. In addition to really liking the world this game is set in (I've read all those books), the game looks like lots of fun.But what really makes it are the margin notes. Throughout the book [...]


    3. First: it should be noted that this may be the most well written RPGs on my shelf. Injokes, callbacks, even the running gag about how Harry, the cover of every Dresden Files novel aside, isn't a hat guy. Good sift all around. The rules are simple (the magic rules need to be read twice if you've bought spell casting powers) and (for the limitedmber IOC sessions I've had) made an enjoyable, character driven game



    4. Only those who partake of table-top role-playing games (also referred to as pen-and-paper games) will be at all interested in this, but to those who are I would say that this is a fantastic game, and the only one where I was incredibly happy with every aspect of character creation. Of course, you will really only get anything out of this if you enjoy the Dresden Files series, but regardless, a superb game.


    5. I love the Fate system, and this is a great implementation of it. I'm only a moderate fan of the Dresden Files novels, but still found the conceit of the game (that it's a draft copy of a game being written in the Dresden universe by characters from the novels) to be very entertaining. The margin notes made by Harry Dresden and others are well done and serve to both entertain and emphasize certain concepts.I'm really looking forward to playing this game.


    6. Really cool system, with a lot of neat easter eggs for fans of the series. Has a lot of spoilers for the series, though, so if you're playing with people who haven't read the books but would be interested, I'd recommend spoiler-proofing with post-its.


    7. I have *never* read an RPC (Role-playing game) that was so well done and fit so clearly in with the world it is meant to represent.



    8. An excelent adaptation of the "Dresdenverse" to a roleplaying game. And also, a wonderful read for all the side notes from Harry, Will, and Bob.The game system is fantastic, and all the material it comes from for building your own city, linking player's characters to other characters, and making players be "in the know" about some facts from the city secrets are wonderful, and could be used with or without the Dresdenverse. It is just a very good way to build a game setting in which everyone has [...]


    9. I cannot STAND the Dresden Files. Go figure. It should totally be up my alley (Paranormal, main character is a mage, etc), but for some reason, I despise the formulaic writing, and I loathe Harry Dresden, as a mary-sue self-projection of the author, that collects powers, artefacts and pets like an old lady collects cats.For some reason, though, I LOVED the TV show that all the book fans hated.That being said, this book is AWESOME.You heard it. It's AWESOME. It's crafted with care, and eye to det [...]


    10. An interesting read, made more so by the marginalia done as Harry, Bob, and Billy's notes about this game as a disinformation campaign. The game itself looks very interesting and very nontraditional as far as its reliance on story over dice. I look forward to getting the chance to play some day.


    11. Great game. I ran a campaign of Dresden Files. It was a lot of fun. I highly recommend it. But the magic rules system can be a little messy to get the hang of. I can't wait for Dresden Files Accelerated Edition



    12. I consumed this book. The "aspects" rules system is a great way to operationalize role playing and build not only stories but storytellers.




    13. Excellent game! This is probably the coolest rulebook ever too as it contains notes written by Harry Dresden himself written in the margins.




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