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Hot Pursuit: The Definitive D20 Guide to Chases

Hot Pursuit: The Definitive D20 Guide to Chases

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Finally, the thrill of the chase comes to your D20 campaign!

Hot Pursuit: The Definitive D20 Guide to Chases gives Gamemasters the ability to add exciting chase scenes to ANY d20 game--Fantasy, Modern, Future or Past.

Written by Corey Reid, Hot Pursuit lets you experience the thrill of the thunder of horse's hooves, the rattle of wagon wheels, the pealing screech of tires, or the scream of jet engines as your player-characters enact chase scenes to rival those found on the big screen.

In Hot Pursuit, chases are given the same focus given to combat, rather than just cursory coverage. Rules are given for the affects of the environment upon the chase, maneuvers (including passenger maneuvers, so that nobody is left out of the excitement), obstacles, mounts, vehicles and more.

Written for both the core d20 rules and Modern d20, Hot Pursuit: The Definitive D20 Guide to Chases is everything you'll ever need to run chase sequences in your games, regardless of time period or setting.


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January 16th, 2008
Hot Pursuit has quickly become the 'default' chase rules at many games. Modeled similar to Spycraft's chace systems, Hot Pursuit ditches maps and minis and takes a more virtual approach to the chace. In Hot Pursuit, there are only 2 major roles: Those [...]
July 31st, 2007
In a nutshell, a great resource, lacking in only a few key areas. If you run action-based d20 games, this book should be a part of your bookshelf. Please see for a full review. LIKED: I liked the fact t [...]
January 2nd, 2007
Outstanding product. Now I can finally run chase scenes the way they should be run. QUALITY: Excellent VALUE: Very Satisfied [...]
October 5th, 2006
The best rules for d20 based chases I have ever found. Things become abstract and cooler all at the same time. Cement trucks and pedestrians can suddenly appear or not, resulting in very cinematic sequences. The only flaws are in the layout of hte [...]
September 27th, 2006
This is a good treatment of the action chase. Adamant provides good support of the D20 system, and this is well up to their usual standard. LIKED: Elevates the chase to the same level of detail as tactical combat, finally. DISLI [...]
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