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Evil Hat Productions

 

Evil Hat Productions

Evil Hat Productions
Privately held company
Industry Role-playing
Headquarters USA
Key people Rob Donoghue and Fred Hicks
Products FATE, Spirit of the Century, Don't Rest Your Head, The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game, Elizabethulhu, Pace, Texorami!, Swashbucklers of the 7 Skies
Website www.evilhat.com

Evil Hat Productions is a company that produces role-playing games. Chief among them is the free indie RPG, Fate, which has won numerous awards. In 2005, the company began producing a series of commercial role-playing games using an updated version of the FATE system, each focusing on a different genre. These include the 1920s pulp adventure Spirit of the Century and the hard sci-fi Diaspora. In 2010 they released The Dresden Files RPG, based on the The Dresden Files series of novels by author Jim Butcher.[1] The FATE system has also been licensed to Cubicle 7 Entertainment who used it for Starblazer Adventures, based on the British Starblazer comic.[2]

See also

  • Evil Hat Productions is a part of the Bits and Mortar initiative and was one of the original founding companies in August 2010.[3]

References

External links

  • Evil Hat Productions
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