Have you ever secretly wanted to be best friends with a magical unicorn? His name would be Dewdrop, and he would talk to you with his thoughts, and he would carry you on his back away from bullies and parents and kids who don’t get you, and you’d have such wonderful adventures!
This game is pretty much like that. Except—well, Dewdrop is a little scary.
In fact, if you drew what Dewdrop really looks like on your Trapper Keeper, they would send you to the principal’s office, then to the school counselor, and then perhaps to a place with a name like Morning Meadows Home for Disturbed and Psychotic Youth.
Welcome to Monsters and Other Childish Things, a funny, frightening, action-packed roleplaying game about kids and the people who matter to them most—their friends, family and loved ones.
And their horrifying pet monsters.
Monsters and Other Childish Things is perfect for new gamers young and old, and for all gamers who like a little humor with their horror.
Players take the roles of ordinary kids whose best friends are slavering monstrosities from beyond time and space—and that’s already enough to get them in all kinds of trouble with parents, school principals, friends, the Monster Investigation Bureau, mad science teachers, wannabe wizards, you name it. Can you make it through a school day without having to explain why your monster ate the substitute teacher? We’ll soon find out.