I'm surprised there wasn't one for these (or at least in the latest 10 pages). One of my players started a campaign and I finally get to plat TTB as a player.
I made a Bully and picked the "Nothing Personal, Friend" Trigger for Intimidate. NOTE: Paraphrasing, not direct quotes.
Me: I take 2 Walk actions to get close and then use Terrorize.
FM: OK. Now the Gang Lead...
Me: Hey, wait. I got my trigger.
FM: OK? It fails. You're Terrorizing him.
Me: But it says I get a flip. I should get a chance.
FM: With your -1 Charisma and no Bewitch? Sure.
*I flip a 13*
FM: ........ OK. *pained look in his face* He's scared of the man with the giant hammer approaching him, but he understands that he brought this on himself.
Next turn: I do 16 damage (my Rail Hammer is enlarged giving me 8 Severe Damage) and (I assume) got the amputation Crit Effect to his head.
FM: As you slam your hammer down, he nods his head letting you know that he is accepting with what is happening and doesn't hold anything against you.
As the one who has been Fatemastering for a couple of years now, I have to say that it is nice being on this side of the table.
One or my players greatest hits?
A cult formed in Innocence worshipping the Nameless Tyrant. The mayor (a Fated who won through manipulation and raising a riot against the former mayor for the only crime he didn't commit) managed to convince the cult that the (Master-level) leader was in fact two Gremlins in a trench coat which led to the cult turning on itself and pretty much annihilating itself with only a couple of survivors.
Why was this so great? Because the mayor is two Gremlins in a trench coat.