From publisher blurb:
Run away! Run away!
No! Come ye hither. Avaunt not, you ninny. Behold ye the drunken, juvenile scroll-doodles writ centuries ago by real-world medieval scribes … see here glorious art depicting the original Murder Hobos (tm), the mighty DEATH RABBITS. Behold them hopping about preciously here and there and back again whilst merrily shearing the heads from atop unwary knights, nasty halflingses, and pompous elven magi. Death by bunny, aye, with nasty big teeth. Ridiculous dark fantasy as envisioned by delirious magi back in the 1300s. You can’t get much more old school than that!
Inspired by all those unsettling medieval sketches and illuminations of murderous rabbits cruelly slaughtering hapless foes, Wonderland Imprints is proud (?) to bring you the year’s most sorely needed and thankfully 100% unexpected gaming supplement: Bloodbath Bunnies. Too long have we Gaxian grognards toiled neath chains of grimdark Elric tragimourn … it’s time at last once again to hearken back to the RPG cartoons of c. 1979, take a break from Lovecraftian horror, and have some fun!
This ribald and Pythonesque race-as-class supplement is for anyone and everyone, either as a campaign enema (individual effects, particularly on the elf-born, may vary) or as a one-shot “night off from all the serious” variant to be enjoyed with your easily-amused friends.
In this booklet you will find rules for Bloodbath Bunny (Letholepus) abilities, weapons, armors, shields, dual wielding, skills, various nasty combat techniques, level advancement, and the infamous lepus name generator … arguably one of the more questionable random systems ever devised since the 1979 harlot encounter table. Sample output names derived from the lepus name generator include Trapspringer Hackenscullion, A Hero Reborn; Bigwig Mumble-Daisy the Decapitator; Goodwife Pumpkin-Bounder the Flibbertigibbet; Leaplord Thumprump o’ the Pellet; and Smellfungus Prunetumble Bombasticus.
Yes, it’s a real playable game addition, and it’s here: a complete class supplement for both old school B/X and advanced RPGs, profusely illustrated throughout with real-world snippets of gory art culled from the finest medieval manuscripts of yore.