Pumpkin Spice Bunny Bits

Unwrap all of the cards. Large cards with a Pumpkin Spice Sinister Bunny on the back are shuffled into the Draw Pile. The Traded Markers are placed on the table near the other supplies and will be used to mark an object that has been traded (see Traded Markers).


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Game Mechanics


Breakdown Bunny may be placed into The Bunny Circle as a single color bunny the same color as illustrated in the picture. A Breakdown Bunny may be used to form a Bunny Triplet with any two bunnies of the same color (or half color). Three Breakdown Bunny cards also form a Bunny Triplet.

Breakdown Bunny may breakdown (share) the strength of a Weapon or Feed The Bunny card used against it between itself and adjacent bunnies. The adjacent bunnies to the Breakdown Bunny may belong to the player or an opponent.

For a Weapon card, the strength of the weapon is divided by three. If the weapon strength is not evenly divisible by three, then break down the number into three integral numbers (with a maximum difference of 1) that add to the weapon strength (don’t use fractions). For example, a weapon strength of 10 should break down to 4-3-3.

The player may choose which bunny is assigned which weapon strength number. Remember, the three weapon strength numbers (with a maximum difference of 1) must add to the total weapon strength. Each bunny must roll individually to survive using the die indicated on the weapon card. If less than three bunnies are present in The Bunny Circle or an adjacent bunny is separated by a Barrier, then a Breakdown Bunny must take the full weapon strength itself.

Using the same division rules, Feed The Bunny cards work in a similar fashion to the weapon cards, with the total amounts being divided between three adjacent bunnies (with a maximum difference of 1 for each food unit individually) during the turn in which the Feed The Bunny card was played. Again, the player may choose which bunny is assigned which amounts to feed. If less than three bunnies are present in The Bunny Circle, then a Breakdown Bunny must feed the full amounts of a Feed The Bunny itself.

A Breakdown Bunny placed adjacent to another Breakdown Bunny may cascade the affect of Weapon and Feed The Bunny cards.

Breakdown Bunny diagram 1

Let’s say our fictional player Carol has two bunnies in The Bunny Circle. On the left she has a Green Spiffy Bunny, and on the right she has a Blue Breakdown Bunny. The player to Carol’s right is Tim, and he also has two bunnies in The Bunny Circle; an Orange Gleeful Bunny on the left, and a Violet Evil Bunny on the right.

Now let’s suppose that Carol’s Blue Breakdown Bunny is hit with a level 9 weapon. Carol breaks down the weapon strength so that the Green Spiffy Bunny, the Blue Breakdown Bunny and the Orange Gleeful Bunny are each hit with a level 3 weapon.

Breakdown Bunny diagram 2

But what if Tim’s Orange bunny was a Breakdown Bunny instead of a Gleeful Bunny? If that were true, then the level 3 weapon hit on the Orange Breakdown Bunny would further be broken down so that the Orange Breakdown Bunny would have a level 1 weapon hit, the Blue Breakdown Bunny would have an additional level 1 weapon hit (for a total of 4), and the Violet Evil Bunny would have a level 1 weapon hit.

A Breakdown Bunny must be the direct target of the weapon in order to use its break down abilities.

A Breakdown Bunny cannot break down damage from a weapon directly targeting another bunny. Any bunny positioned adjacent to a Breakdown Bunny must roll for the break down damage separate from other damage caused by the weapon.

For any one weapon or Feed The Bunny card, a Breakdown Bunny may break down the affect only once.


Double Metal Alloy cards may be bought from or sold to Morden’s Metals Exchange at the exchange rate of either of the two metals. The metal must be declared by the player (buying or selling) and that declaration must remain in place for a player’s entire turn. Therefore, a player may not sell a Double Metal Alloy at one price and then buy it back at another price during the same turn.

The Double Metal Alloys are: Billon (Copper/Silver), Electrum (Silver/Gold) and Tumbaga (Gold/Copper).


Trading may only occur during either of the player’s turns that are involved in the trade. Any player may trade: Cabbage Units, Water Units, Radish Units, Milk Units, Kaballa Dolla or Metal cards in any amounts agreed upon by the players. Saved Special cards, saved Very Special cards, Carrots, Zodiac cards, Mysterious Place cards, Bunderground Station cards, Relative cards or bunnies in The Bunny Circle may only be traded once in a game. To keep track of the status of a card, use a TRADED marker. Any player may trade cards from his five-card hand on a one-to-one basis. All players must have five cards in their hand at the end of the trade. Cards in the Top Run or Bottom Run position can never be traded.

Facts About The Cards


Random FTB (Feed The Bunny) may be placed on any bunny which must feed the amount shown by the end of its next turn or die. The Green die roll determines the number of Radish Units, and the Blue die roll determines the number of Milk Units.


Banjaxers may be used once by a player to replace any bunny in any player’s area of The Bunny Circle. The replaced bunny (and all of its Bunny Modifier cards) is discarded. Banjaxers is a double Violet bunny and may be combined with another Violet (or half Violet) bunny to form a Bunny Triplet.


Banned From Argo may be used once by a player and given to any opponent who must roll the dice and give away any of his bunnies that are the same color (or half color) as both the highest and lowest rolls. If there is a tie for the highest or lowest roll, then the bunnies of all of the colors (or half colors) are given away. The bunnies may be given to any of the players, in any area of The Bunny Circle that the opponent chooses. Those color bunnies will continue to be banned from the opponent’s area of The Bunny Circle until he pays 10 Dolla to the player to remove the card.

Use the colored Chips (Wacky Khaki Booster Deck and Ominous Onyx Booster Deck) to keep track of the opponent’s banned colors.


Market Meltdown may be used once by any player to close Morden’s Metals Exchange and to set all Metal prices to 1 Dolla. New prices may still be set by a player choosing a Carrot. Morden’s Metals Exchange reopens after one round of play starting with the player’s next turn.


Tivy Telos may be used once by a player to end the game immediately if he can roll a 2, 10, 12, or 20 on the 20-sided die. Any opponent may pay the player the amount rolled on the 20-sided die to counteract Tivy Telos and continue the game.

Please note that Tivy Telos requires a player to have two bunnies in The Bunny Circle.

If Tivy Telos is successful, then all Carrots left at any Kaballa’s Market must be given to the player that has at least one bunny in The Bunny Circle and the most Kaballa Dolla saved.


Meek Shall Inherit may be used once by the player with the least number of Carrots (if there is one) to take all of the Carrots from players who do not have at least one bunny in The Bunny Circle. May only be played immediately after the Winning Zodiac is revealed and the results have been implemented. Meek Shall Inherit bypasses the rule that awards the Carrots to the player with the most Kaballa Dolla saved, and therefore must be played before the Magic Carrot is revealed!


Oh Look, A Butterfly may be used once by a player to take up to two Carrots, and up to two Kinder Bunnies in The Bunny Circle, from any opponent who has just sneezed. May be used at any time!


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Disclaimer: All characters and events in this game – even those based on real people or characters as parody – are entirely fictional. Any resemblance to actual living persons is purely coincidental or is strictly for the purpose of satire. No actual bunnies were harmed in the making of this game or will be harmed by playing it.


If after reading through the Bunny Bits and playing the cards in your Killer Bunnies Booster Deck you are asking yourself this question, then chances are you’re absolutely right!  


Many cards in Killer Bunnies and the Quest for the Magic Carrot refer to other cards that have not been printed yet.  But don’t worry.  All this means is that we have planned ahead.  Creative Team Alpha would like to guarantee to you that these ‘unseen’ cards will indeed be seen in future Booster Decks.  The same is true for some of the fancy dice as well.


Some confusion may occur when Booster Decks are added out of order, and a card refers back to earlier cards that may not exist in your deck.  As stated before, if you do play with non-sequential Booster Decks and a card is drawn during play that refers to another card that does not exist in your Killer Bunnies deck, then a player may discard it and draw a new card.


If you do play with non-sequential Booster Decks, our Crucial Cards section provides you with game pieces, select cards, as well as game mechanics that you might need if you do not have an earlier Booster Deck.

More Info See our 'Crucial' Cards Section here.


Questions always seem to arise that cannot be resolved by a careful inspection of the Instruction Book and Bunny Bits.  If that should happen then please feel free to Contact Us​.