Old School Hats

Posted: August 20, 2012 in games, gaming, Old School Hats, RPGs, writing

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Old School Hats is my loving hack-up of Kirin Robinson’s brilliant Old School Hack ruleset. Old School Hack captures the fun of Red Box D&D and turns it into an easy-to-play, cinematic hack-it-up with an emphasis on doing awesome, cool stuff. Old School Hats is my attempt to adapt that rules-set into a mythologized, cinematic Wild West.

Like Old School Hack this is totally free to download right now. There’s no Paypal donate button and no Kickstarter to support so you can get some stickers or something along with your PDF. It’s Creative-Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike, so feel free to take this and hack the heck out of it. I encourage it.

I’d also really like to hear what you think about Old School Hats. My only caveat is that if you think it sucks then give me some specific reasons why it sucks. If you think it’s great, ditto. If you found typos or rules that don’t make sense or have other suggestions to make, please feel free to drop me a line. I suggest my Twitter account.

I will update the above download link as I release new versions of this PDF.

  1. James says:

    This looks like a lot of fun. Great work.

  2. Seth Johnson says:

    Can’t wait to take this out on the trail with a full table of desperadoes!

  3. Mike says:

    A very good interpretation of the OSH rules.
    The type and such look like they need to be printed on old newsprint to look like authentic old papers. Awesome layout and such.

    Thankee Pardner!

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