Mutant Murder Hobo Dice and Second Printing Books Released
Now that our third successful Kickstarter has shipped, we’re pleased to release our glow-in-the-dark Mutant Murder Hobo D20 Dice Sets to the gaming public. Missed out on the Kickstarter? We got you covered with sets of glow-in-dark d20s that come in four different colors with an embroidered black velvet dice bag to radiation shield them in.
But wait — there’s more! We are also releasing matching Mutant Murder Hobo Polyhedra Dice sets that contain the standard array of dice: d20, d100, d12, d8, d6, and d4, each set in your choice of glow-in-the-dark color and with the same table-grade embroidered MMH black velvet dice bag.
Check This Artifact and Fight This Mutant Go To Second Printings
That’s right, we sold out the first printings of these two books, and second printings are now in stock. If your post-apocalyptic or genre-mashing fantasy game needs more mutants, magic, and monsters to keep your players on their toes, these digest-sized softcover books are the fusion power cells you need.
Strange protein chains from a nanoscopic dimension, the Macroid cannot truly be said to be intelligent nor even living, at least by the standards of the inhabitants of Omega-Terra. What is known, at least by a few learned sages and shamans, is that at some time millennia ago the Ancient Makers opened a portal to a sub-atomic universe and the Macroid thereby gained entrance to ours.
Fight This Mini No.1: The Macroid is the first in a series of expansion monsters for the Fight This Mutant book published by Mudpuppy Games. Each Fight This Mini 3D-printable miniature comes with a PDF stat sheet in the same format as Fight This Mutant, and contains all the information you need to run this monster in any d20-based post-apocalyptic or fantasy role playing game.
This 3D-printable miniature is ready-to-print without additional slicer supports, and comes in two versions, with files optimized for both SLA and FDM 3D printing.
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Fight This MutantBuy it in PRINT now Buy it in PDF now
Even at night, the hothouse jungle that is your home never grew this quiet. The hush that had fallen was as quick as it was unsubtle. The noisy nocturnal predator plants, the barely-audible night-flies, and the bilious glow-frogs had all gone silent as one. There was something out there now. Something big.
Then you saw it. It was not big — in fact it was very small. A single flitting creature of the night, a tiny humming-dragon. Normally only dangerous in dread-flocks, this one was a very pregnant female, reptilian abdomen aglow with the life aborning within. Everything would be all right so long as you slowly backed away before —
The draconian’s tiny handspan-tall body coiled and then convulsed. But instead of the expected radioactive flame, she shot forth her newly-born brood, becoming her own dread-flock. A small cloud of voracious insect-sized broodlings paused in mid-air, and then began to drift towards you.
There were many mutations and no small amount of salvaged technology you could have used in that moment, but instead you ran for it. You ran as fast as your three legs would carry you. You ran so fast you have little knowledge of what transpired behind you, except that it must have involved slower, less lucky prey.
This is not the story you will tell later back in the village.
With over 120 pages of savage gaming content stuffed between its covers, Fight This Mutant features 30 brand-new mutant monsters and races, a whole new Ancient Alliance that your player characters can join or fight, a brand-new character class — the Technomacer, and 20 brand-new neural programs including programs from 1st through 5th levels!
Usable in any d20-based post-apocalyptic role playing game and penned by the creator of Mutant Crawl Classics RPG, the creatures, collectives, and classes found in this book will put new mutated meat on the table for the players of any science-fiction or fantasy role playing game.
Created and produced by: Jim Wampler
Edited by: Tim Kask
Cover art: Brian Cargile of TwoHornsUnited Creations
Interior art: Ala Fedorova, Bradley McDevitt, J.E. Shields, Dan Smith, Jesse Toves, Jim Wampler, James V. West
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Mutant Murder Hobo Dice
Face it. You don’t care what the adventure is called. You’re just there to blow the reactor. And nothing says that you mean business when you kick in a bunker door like rolling a glow-in-the-dark high-impact d20 across the table — unless it’s rolling a different color glow-in-the-dark d20 on your next action! These 20mm glow-in-the-dark d20s come in four different isotopes, so there’s a die for every mutant murder hobo occasion. Charge one of these chemiluminescent babies up with an LED flashlight, and they even glow in different colors with the lights on!Back the Kickstarter Now
Check This Artifact Kickstarter is
The Check This Artifact: More Deadly Artifacts For Your Mutant Crawling Game kickstarter is now live! Check This Artifact is a system neutral supplement ideal for use in any post-apocalyptic roleplaying game (and even fantasy games, if you really want to stir things up).
Written by the author of Mutant Crawl Classics RPG, this meaty 52-page supplement presents 30 brand new artifacts for your players to attempt to track down, tame, and temper — including weapons, armor, robots, AIs, and those extra-special items that are the sole purview of far-future fiction and implacable GMs. As an added bonus, Check This Artifact also includes The OVERLORD — a new AI Deity and all the programmatic spells and rules for rover-priests of any genotype.
This 2-issue treasury series collects all of the misanthropic magic-user’s earliest misadventures. Both issues features complete stories from the webcomic, tales that originally appeared only in the Gary Con Events Guide, plus behind-the-scenes articles and bonus material.
Each issue also includes rare, never reprinted Marvin the Mage stories and pages — including Marvin’s very first appearance in Tim Kask’s Adventure Gaming magazine, a page from an early (and rejected) Dragon magazine submission, and a Marvin comic from Gygax Magazine No.1.
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Marvin the Mage
A misanthropic mage and medieval grifter, Marvin loathes actual adventuring. With a spell book optimized for cheating at card games and mixing adult beverages, Marvin has one ironclad rule that has always served him well: NO dungeons and NO dragons. Surly, selfish, and sarcastic by nature, Marvin is best described as just a pixie’s wing this side of chaotic-neutral.
Written and Drawn by: Jim Wampler
Additional Art by: James V. West
Edited by: Tim Kask and Matt Finch
Check This Artifact
More Deadly Artifacts for Your Mutant Crawling Game
You caught the glint of metal underneath the dirt and the damp, so you started digging. With a little effort, and one eye on any challengers to your claim, you held your prize.
An artifact of the Ancient Makers!
But now your wariness increases to an almost audible pitch, as you begin the most dangerous of all tasks — you examine its mysterious surfaces, studs, and touchplates. Your fellow rovers, wise to the ways of The Before Time, all begin to back up to a respectable distance, lest they be caught in any mishaps at your hands and their sweating fingertips. Now comes the time for both luck and determination. Can you unlock and master the secrets of this device of ancient imperishable power?
Clocking in at 48 pages and crammed with content, Check This Artifact contains 30 brand-new artifacts of the Ancient Makers, plus a brand-new godlike AI, all for use in your mutant crawling or other post-apocalyptic role playing game. Penned by the creator of Mutant Crawl Classics RPG, these powerful technological treasures are more than mere artifacts, because each item in this book is a plot hook and a potential mini-adventure in the making.
Coming in Winter 2019!
Created and produced by: JIm Wampler
Edited by: Tim Kask
Cover art: Brian Cargile of TwoHornsUnited Creations
Interior art: David Marcus Coppoletti, Cory “Shonuff” Gelnett, Dan Smith, Jim Wampler, James V. West