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Picture above: Campaign map for Eldorado County used for Boothill. File can be found below
Boot Hill is a western-themed role-playing game designed by Brian Blume, Gary Gygax, and Don Kaye (although Kaye unexpectedly died before the game was published), and first published in 1975. Boot Hill was TSR's third role-playing game, appearing not long after Dungeons & Dragons and Empire of the Petal Throne, and taking its name from the popular Wild West term for "cemetery". Boot Hillwas marketed to take advantage of America's love of the western genre. The game did feature some new game mechanics, such as the use of percentile dice, but its focus on gunfighting rather than role-playing, as well as the lethal nature of its combat system, limited its appeal. Boot Hill was issued in three editions over 15 years, but it never reached the same level of popularity as D&D and other fantasy-themed role-playing games.
Campaign Map: Eldorado County
Eldorado County map is the campaign setting for Boothill. Below are links to two different maps: 1 version with all locations shown and 1 version which can be used as a players version for exploration if players are not assumed familiar with the area around them or only some of it.
Boothill Modified Rules
After having played Boothil. Some modifications for better balancing of the game and also running some of the rules more smoothly was suggested. Many of these are based on some of the mechanichs known from later RPG system D&d 5E. Adjusted tables can be found here.
Expanded item lists
Expanded list of items originally presented in Dragon Magazine and also one from Western RPG supplement
Knuckleduster Firearms guide converter to Boothill rules
Conversion key to fit the famous Firearms guide with extensive weapons characteristics to fil Boothill 3E rules
Boothill Modified rules 2
This is a supplement that modifies the recovering from wounds rules to increase speed and also introduces selected drugs, herbs and treatments that can temporarily neutralize negative effects from wounds and/or improve recovery.
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