Most citizens know of bufomi only through travelers' tales. Jokingly referred to as "toadies," they are often portrayed as harmless, backward simpletons practicing a bizarre toad-worshipping faith. But those who dwell near the dank marshes the bufomi call home tell no such stories, for they know how savage and cunning the toad-men can be when aroused. Their culture is a violent one, where the strong devour the weak and life is a constant struggle. This supplement delves beneath the stereotypical exterior of bufomi society to reveal the true nature of the toad-men race.