BUNNIES & BURROWS
Welcome to Bunnies & Burrows! B&B presents a world in which player characters are rabbits...faced with a land full of monstrous, hungry foes, with humans worst of all!
B&B is a game of wits, rich in roleplaying possibilities. A rabbit can't bully his way through the world - not usually, anyway! Characters in this game must be clever to survive.
In 1976, the original Bunnies & Burrows, by B. Dennis Sustare and Scott Robinson, was published by Fantasy Games Unlimited. Then, in 1992, Steffan O'Sullivan converted it to GURPS.
And now, in 2004, it has been converted to Risus: The Anything RPG, By S. John Ross. The rules for Risus can be found at http://www.cumberlandgames.com.
B&B character should be created in the normal Risus way. Hooks and tales are optional, as in pumping clichés. Certain clichés can also be double-pumped.
Here are a few sample clichés to get you started
Warren Watch (Being big and tough, protecting the warren)
Hoplite (Being swift, scouting ahead)
Engineer (Inventing simple contraptions, understanding human machinery)
Seer* (Using ESP, having scary dreams)
Empathetic Healer* (Healing other rabbits' wounds)
Herbalist* (Identifying plants, preparing snuffballs)
Storyteller* (Telling entertaining tales, enthralling whoever is listening)
Bun Fu Martial Artist* (Doing awesome moves, beating up enemies)
Maverick (Living alone, wandering around)
Rabbit King (Ruling all the other rabbits, eating a lot of food)
* Can be double-pumped
Note: because of the very fortunate nature of rabbits, most characters will have at least three lucky shots
Good rabbit hooks include phobias, curiosity, a dulled nose, or being a trickster (craving the excitement of outwitting dangerous foes)
Appearance: A slender, grey rabbit with spooky eyes
Lucky shots   
Appearance: A lithe black rabbit with a torn left ear
Bun Fu Martial Artist
Lucky shots   
Appearance: A large, white rabbit with one brown foot
Lucky shots      
Things to remember.
Rabbits can only count to 4, anything higher than that is simply "a lot"
Rabbits' hands are different than yours and mine
Rabbits have a lot of enemies (such as bears, foxes, dogs, cats, wolves, raccoons, wolverines, and especially humans), and they should all have a lot of dice
Rabbits cannot understand human languages
I don't own Risus or Bunnies & Burrows, I am just borrowing them for a fun game. Contact me at email@example.com if you have any comments, complaints, ideas, questions, or to donate illustrations or anything else.