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Hat offers the ability to add special items to your pawn, or even change it entirely.
 
Hat offers the ability to add special items to your pawn, or even change it entirely.

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hat.png (HAT) - Add a hat to your pawn

Hat offers the ability to add special items to your pawn, or even change it entirely.

Usage

Copy a code from one of the lists below and add it to your name. Hat codes are case sensitive.

Coloring

Some hats can be colored. To color a hat, add the color's hex or letter-based code to the end of the hat code. For example, in (hat#r#ff0000) the "r" stands for the rabbit ears hat, and "#ff0000" is the color's hex code.

The Party, Santa, Single and Uncle Sam hats cannot be colored.

Combining

Some power-specific and limited hats can be combined with default ones. Combinable hats have an "h" in their code. To combine hats, replace the "h" with a default hat code. For example, (hat#tc) would combine the baseball cap and classic power-specific hats.

Default hat codes

Below is a list of default hat codes. These don’t require any powers besides Hat.

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Power-specific hat codes

Below is a list of power-specific codes. Opposed to the default hat codes, these require Hat and another specific power to function.

Notes:

  • Disabling AllPowers will turn the golden egg hat into the default egg hat.
  • The broken heart hat will not work if you’re married or BFF'd.
  • You can replace the h in the EveryPower codes with a default hat code, such as an egg or a tophat. (hat#Epa) would produce a purple EveryPower pawn with a tophat.

Below, you'll find a list of currently active pawns. The first row of each preview includes the name of a power required for each individual pawn to function.