Fate SF Indexes

A Warlord's Index to Mars - Collecting FATE SF's pulp Red Planet creations, plus links to interesting resources created by other luminaries

The All-Table - All FATE SF posts with the TABLES label!

Alywn Campaign Links and Resources
The Alwyn Campaign is an Earth-based far future campaign set in the Babylon 5 universe. The year is 3262, hundreds of years after the Great Burn, a nuclear war that destroys Earth civilization. Humanity has crawled back up to a medieval/early Renaissance level of technology, but most humans are highly distrustful of the technologies that led to the Great Burn. The setting is featured in one of the B5 future history vignettes of the episode "Deconstruction of Falling Stars", and is reminiscent of the science fiction classic, A Canticle for Lebowitz by Walter M. Miller. 

FATE Bestiary - A panoply of FATE SF aliens, robots, monsters, and unclassifiables

From the Zones Community Project Table - A community project inspired by the classic SF movie Stalker and the novel Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky. Also, Project Description and Guidelines.

Kepler-22B - The discovery of the first superearth, Kepler-22B, prompted the creation of a shared world project initiated by +John Stater. Different bloggers are developing individual sectors, based on sector maps provided by John Stater. Sector I-5 ("Eye Five") is being developed by FATE SF. We have Sector I-5 posts on both FATE SF, and on John Stater's Strange New World blog.  

Spells - We're using the Fate Freeport Companion as a platform for creating Fate-friendly individual spells, like those used in the traditional RPGs that so many of us know and love.

Weird Adventures - Our posts adapting Weird Adventures to Fate. You can read more about Weird Adventures at Trey Causey's blog, From the Sorcerer's Skull. It's his love song to the pulps and D&D. 

Zone - FATE SF's posts inspired by the the classic SF movie Stalker and the novel Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.

Sector I-5 logo courtesy of Hereticwerks

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