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Where My Peeps At? Poster

Where My Peeps At? Poster

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Where My Peeps At?

This a poster features cute versions of 16 playable character species in the Low Life: The Rise of the Lowly role playing game created and illustrated by Andy Hopp.

Where My Peeps At?

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Andy H January 24, 2018 1:15 pm UTC
Thank you for your question, guys. The new races (Dungce, Coblin, Blorb, Dork, Harein, Marshfellow) are included in Holy Crap: The Great Sects Change Operation, which will be offered on DriveThru very soon. This poster was made before that book was completed. If you'd like to get in on the kickstarter for Holy Crap, even though it ended a while ago, you can do so here:
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Jeff W January 24, 2018 9:01 am UTC
Same question regarding the missing races. Please let us know.
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Andrew B December 21, 2016 9:54 pm UTC
Where are the stats for the last three races in this listing? The first nine (going left to right, then top row on down by row) are in Low Life's Corebook, the next three are in The Whole Hole Book 1, and the Marshfellow has its stats as an extra that comes with the Boss Blocker, but where are the other three? Where are the Coblin, Dungce, and Blorb? I would simply like to know, as they seem interesting.
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This title was added to our catalog on January 14, 2016.