A table-top roleplaying system that's a hack of a hack of the original Red Box version of a certain popular hack-and-slash fantasy game. That's a lot of hacking.

Actual Play, Fallout, Wallpapers, and More

Tue 23
Aug
2011
Posted by at 12:37 pm. Filed under: Actual Play, Inspiration

So GenCon was a real hoot (my write-up is here), if a little shorter than I would have liked, but I am definitely in the throes of what is commonly known as “the GenCon Surge”, which is the rush of enthusiasm and excitement you get after the Best 4 Days of Gaming, so to speak. Last year it was this rush, along with a hearty dose of appreciative enthusiasm from the original GenCon playtesters, that really got the Old School Hack Beta out the door, and I’m hoping to channel this year’s energy similarly.

I ran a short one-shot at GenCon for the Roleplaying Public Radio guys and they recorded it. If you’ve got two-and-a-half hours or so of ear-time free, feel free to give it a listen; it was a fast, fun romp with some really creative characters!

Old School Hack at GenCon, hosted by Roleplaying Public Radio:

(Duration: 2:39:39, 73.1MB)

DM: Kirin Robinson

Players: Ross, Caleb, Meg, Simeon, and Scott

 

A few more cool links I want to share:

Thanks again for all the awesome support from everyone!