Fate Accessibility Toolkit

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3-6 12+ 2-8 hr $7.5 PDF

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Fate Accessibility Toolkit

The Fate Accessibility Toolkit is a new toolkit for Fate Core that brings characters with disabilities into your game and supports players with disabilities at your table. We’ve assembled a team from disabled communities to ensure that this book speaks to you from their real, lived experiences.

You’ll also want a copy of Fate Core, Fate Condensed, or Fate Accelerated to play; that said, we provide plenty of advice and perspectives you can use with any game system!

Inside the Fate Accessibility Toolkit you’ll find:

  • An exploration of the challenges and experiences facing people with a variety of physical and mental disabilities, in their own words.
  • Advice on compassionately and respectfully playing characters with disabilities, as well as strategies for welcoming disabled players to your game table.
  • Discussion of specific disabilities, including blindness, D/deafness and hardness of hearing, mobility issues, dwarfism, chronic illness, autism, depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolarity, and PTSD.
  • Options for representing disability in the Fate system, using a mix of aspects, stunts, and conditions, and including an exploration of adaptive devices available to characters across a variety of settings.
  • Appendices focused on creating safe spaces at your table, an ASL reference for common RPG terms, and a large-print character sheet for Fate Core.

Fate Toolkits. All the tools to build your stage.

Expansion Information

Number of players: 3-6
Age of players: 12+
Length: 2-8 hours
Type of Game: Roleplaying Game Supplement for Fate Core
Languages Available: English
Length: 124 Pages
Format: PDF
Digital Release Date: July 23, 2019
Physical Release Date: October 5, 2021
Game Designers: Elsa Sjunneson-Henry, Laurel Bell, C.D. “Casey” Casas, Lillian Cohen-Moore, Philippe-Antoine Ménard, Zeph Wibby, Mysty Vander, ASL For RPG, Brian Engard, Clark Valentine, Sophie Lagacé.