Shoot N' Skedaddle
Rules for skirmish wargaming in the American Old West.
DISCLAIMER: Shoot N’ Skedaddle is a rule set for miniature wargaming. As such it requires that players provide many of their own materials. Gamers will need the following:
1) Suitable miniatures and terrain.
2) Multiple dice of the following types: D6, D8, D12 and D20.
3) Two matching decks of poker cards.
4) A couple of measuring sticks or tape measures.
5) A CD or DVD for use as a blast template.
6) A suitable gaming surface (recommended at least 4’x4’)
7) Tokens/chits/counters for marking certain game conditions.
SHOOT N' SKEDADDLE
Shoot N’ Skedaddle (SnS) is a rule set for skirmish wargaming set in the American Old West, from the mid-1800’s through the early 1900’s. The rule set was developed using 25/28mm miniatures but can be used with any scale as long as players adjust the ranges as needed. The rule set is available as a free download below. Note that the rule set is in its final testing, so check back for updates as needed – editions will be posted with the date (month/year) when updated.
SnS is suitable for two or more players, but may be played solo as well. Solo suitability is high.
SIZE OF GAME
SnS is recommended for 4-10 miniatures per player, with most games averaging 6-7 figures per player.
SnS does feature a campaign system allowing the development of a posse or gang through numerous engagements. (In progress)
SnS requires four special decks of cards for gameplay: Lawmen Special, Outlaw Special, Characters, and Weapons. These are provided in both boxed and unboxed versions (savin’ ye a bit o’ cash iffin’ ya don’t want no pesky bawx!).
Shoot N’ Skedaddle has been featured at the following conventions:
Southern Front/Spring Fever, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Siege of Augusta, Augusta, Georgia.
GnomeCon, Savannah, Georgia.
Fall In!, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Legends of the Fall, Illinois.
Shoot N’ Skedaddle has been purchased in various countries around the world. For an expedient international option please consider the PDF version of SnS.