Official Boss Bible & Style Guide
From the introduction:
What is Low Life?
Low Life: The Rise of the Lowly is a tabletop RPG (and a horde of related products) designed and illustrated by Andy Hopp and published by Mutha Oith Creations.
The premise is simple, yet hideously complex. Gazillions of years have passed since the Time of the Flush and the extinction of the vaunted Hoomanrace. The descendants of cockroaches, snack cakes, worms, and lowlier things now rule the Oith and society is greatly influenced by the (often misinterpreted) archeological evidence of said Hoomanrace.
It’s low brow high adventure in a world where attitude wins the beans and even the lowliest pile can become a king by his own spork.
What is Living Low?
Living Low is the Low Life Living Campaign (just like it says in the picture). Of course, if you don’t know what a living campaign is that information may be of limited value. Allow me to explain:
A tabletop RPG living campaign allows participants to create a character and play that character in multiple, often interconnected, adventures at various conventions, game days, and private gaming sessions. The character gains experience and equipment along the way and maybe, just maybe, learns a little bit more about himself (or herself) in the process. After each session a player’s character information is entered into a database and his or her (or its) progress is recorded.
Your Living Low character can be the same persona you use on The Whole Hole Suppository of Knowledge or it can be someone else entirely.