From the publisher's website:
Young Marie Tonsen yawned as she stepped into the kitchen for a midnight drink of water.What she saw was little Weatherby, the family haffun butler, covered in blood, standing over a dead body who looked like he might be some kind of burglar.
“Mister Weatherby?” the girl asked.
Weatherby smiled. “It’s a nightmare, child. Go back to sleep.”
Wicked Fantasy began as a series of articles in Kobold Quarterly Magazine reinventing the “standard races” in fantasy roleplaying. Now, those same articles have been expanded and revised (five times their original size!) and fit with the PATHFINDER Roleplaying Game.
Viewed by humans as harmless servants, the “haffun” race integrated itself into their society seemlessly. They are gardners and butchers and maids and butlers. But the haffuns hold a secret that hardly any human even suspects, and it isn’t just that they guard humans while they sleep. There is a deeper horror in the world. And haffuns know its name…
The third race in the Wicked Fantasy series–Seeming Servants–tackles the… well… John’s least favorite race in all of fantasy literature: the halfling
While they appear to be peaceful gardners (with a slight addiction to “pipe weed”), haffuns are a race with a thouand secrets… and a sacred oath to keep them at any cost.
Wicked Fantasy: Seeming Servants includes:
- FULL COLOR AND FULLY ILLUSTRATED!
- New Haffun Racial Traits
- New Feats including Family Feats and Talda (stealth) Feats
- New Oracle Archetype: The Ghostspeaker
- New Haffun Only Core Class: “The Bulter”
- A New “Haffun Family” System that allows players to build their own Haffun Families
- The Great Secret the Haffuns are keeping from Humanity!