Frog God Games has partnered with Dr. B. Dennis Sustare and Dr. Scott R. Robinson to return a venerable and influential piece of tabletop role-playing games to print. This tactical role-playing game contains over 200 pages of full-color adventure in the style of Redwall and Watership Down. In addition to full-color illustrations by Darlene, Moa Wallin, Maggie Vandewalle, Faith Burgar, Terry Pavlet, and others, it also contains:
A map of the known world (okay, the world is pretty small when you are a rabbit). Printable tactical maps and animal tokens for various encounter types and scenarios contained with the printable PDF of Bunnies & Burrows
A History of Rabbits in Roleplaying
Bunnies & Burrows (B&B) is a role-playing game (RPG) that features animal characters contending with enemies and hazards in a world of nature. Published by Fantasy Games Unlimited in 1976, the game centered on intelligent rabbits. It introduced several innovations to role-playing game design, being the very first game to allow players to have non-humanoid roles, and the first to have detailed martial arts and skill systems. Fantasy Games Unlimited published a second edition of the game in 1982, and the game was modified and republished by Steve Jackson Games as an official GURPS supplement in 1992.
As rabbits, player characters are faced with dangers mirroring those in the real world. The only true “monsters” in the game are humans, but there are many predators, traps, and natural hazards. The characters’ position in the food chain promotes an emphasis on role-playing and problem solving over combat.