9th Level Games releases preview video for upcoming Kobolds Ate My Baby game

By Polar_Bear
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Feb 25th, 2013
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9th Level Games is going to be starting up their Kickstarter for Kobolds Ate My Baby soon. In preparation, they’ve posted up this teaser video.

From the announcement:

March 4th is GM’s Day, and 9th Level Games has a surprise for all of the GM’s out there – KOBOLDS ATE MY BABY! is back – the game where it’s not only okay, but welcomed, to throttle, smash, burn, and murder your players!

9th Level Games is excited to announce that after a long hiatus, KOBOLDS ATE MY BABY! the cult classic Beer and Pretzels RPG will be back in print – and this time in glorious color. Kobolds Ate My Baby! hasn’t been available in print in over 5 years, and the guys at 9th Level -Chris O’Neill and Dan Landis (creators of KAMB!) and their long-time co-conspirator John Kovalic (of Dork Tower and Munchkin fame) are excited and energized to produce some new Kobold’s material.

9LG frontman Chris O’Neill says, “ALL HAIL KING TORG! Feels good to say that again. Let me say it again, ALL HAIL KING TORG! Our Kickstarter is going to be a wild ride, and I hope that we can make it unique and fun. If nothing else, getting a new version of Kobolds in people’s hands will be awesome enough, but who knows? If things go well 9th Level is ready to capitalize on that with a ton of new material.”

The game of random horrible deaths, cannon foddery high jinx, slightly evil wizardry, cows falling from the sky and blind loyalty to King Torg (All Hail King Torg!) is back, and starting March 4th – you can help by backing the Kickstarter and spreading the word. MARCH FORTH WITH KING TORG ON MARCH FOURTH! ALL HAIL KING TORG!

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  • cama

    You had me at Kobold!

    You lost me forever at Kickstarter.

  • …what what’s wrong with the current hardback book that’s out?

  • While there is nothing inherently wrong with the current hardback, they are going to be updating it where it needs to be and colorizing the whole thing. I certainly welcome this Kickstarter. I am exceedingly picky about the Kickstarter projects that I will support. But KAMB easily gets my vote as a project I will back.