Curse that Whispering Homunculus! Yesterday he took over Kobold World Headquarters and wreaked all sorts of havoc online. We finally got control back, only to find out today that while the Homunculus was in charge, he used the Kobold presses to publish his own book.
Yes, you can now buy Your Whispering Homunculus in the Kobold Store. This wretched tome inflicts more than 160 pages of the vile, whimsical, disgusting, bizarre, horrific, odd, skin-crawling, and mildly disturbed side of fantasy gaming upon the world.
Apparently the Homunculus forced author Richard Pett to participate in his foul project. We phoned Richard in the UK when we learned what had happened. Sobbing inconsolably, he told us some of what’s in the book…
- Unsettling Moments and Strange Entertainments
- Pointless Objects and Mangled Monsters
- Trog-Kin and Troll-Touched
- Daft Bets and Dismaying Delicacies
- The Curious Contents of Dungeon Toilets
And, tragically, so much more.
We know you wouldn’t unleash anything this twisted on your players, right? But if you must, buy Your Whispering Homunculus today in the Kobold Store!
10 thoughts on “Your Whispering Homunculus, Now In The Kobold Store”
I’ve used this material several times, and it’s great stuff. Entirely worth the price.
Yes, yes, yes! I love the WH, and I’ve asked for a dreamed about getting this in print.
On my way to the store!
Sometime soon, I hope to be able to go outdoors in the daytime
Just as soon as we darken the sun, or stop the earth in its orbit to make England live in a perpetual, horrible twilight.
…yes, the twilight…yes
Joking aside … this is a really fun book :)
The interesting plot hooks and great ideas contained within are just fantastic! It’s a treasure-trove for GMs! I found myself thinking “oh, cool!” at least once per page …
Yep, lots of new material in this one. And the guest appearances by Mr. Kortes and Greg Vaughan don’t hurt either!
Toonami came back and a prank with the Homunculus resulted in a book of weird tables… This has been the best April Fool’s Day. Ever. EVER.
I like “Unsettling Moments and Strange Entertainments” which is why I truly enjoy Richard Pett’s work! :)