Someone on RPG net had asked if Fate was good for running old school D&D modules. I liked my response, so I thought I'd share it here - to me, it's a relatively good short explanation of what "fiction first" means.
Fate is a pretty poor way to run the ToEE/etc. modules.
Now, for a second, imagine what these modules would be like if they were converted to movies or novels. A lot of things would be different - some things would be removed, a lot more characterization would be added. Perhaps there'd be a central, more active antagonist or something like that.
Fate would be great for running that.
So, for running Tomb of Horrors: The D&D Module? Bad. For running Tomb of Horrors: The Movie? AWESOME.
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