The Good, The Bad, and the Munchkin
Designed by Steve Jackson • Illustrated by John Kovalic
Boxed game with 168 cards, rules, and die.
Suggested Retail Price $24.95
Stock # SJG1454 * UPC 837654320778
Oh, give me a home where the Jackalopes roam
And the Dudes and the Buckaroos play,
I'll slay and I'll loot, give the monsters the boot,
And the dice are not loaded, no way.
The Good, the Bad, and the Munchkin opens a whole new frontier -- the Wild West! Forget dragons and goblins -- Jackalopes and Davy Croc have just as much treasure. Those plains may seem wide open, but there's lots of monsters to kill, and lots of stuff to take.
Become a Cowboy with a Twenty-Gallon Hat, or an Indian on a Catamount. Fight Wild Bill Hiccup, the Killer Jalapeño, and a Barber Shop Quartet. Take The Annual Bath for an extra level. Or just pal around with your sidekick the Greenhorn, until you sacrifice him to distract a monster.
The Good, the Bad, and the Munchkin is a stand-alone Munchkin game. Steve Jackson and John Kovalic have teamed up again to put puns to paper like no one else can. Head 'em up and move 'em out, and get ready to wander the Grim Roper into somebody else's combat, and make him Rootin' Tootin' for +10 . . .
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- The Good, The Bad, and The Munchkin Rules (1.05 MB pdf)
Last updated July 28, 2017
Errata to Be Corrected in the Next Printing
On p. 5 of the rules, under "Sidekicks and Sex," "hireling" should be "Sidekick."
You can't wear more than one Deputy's Badge.
Peace Pipe should read "all other cards are returned to those who played them."
Add a subhead under "Monsters," on p. 5:
Several monsters in this set are tagged Undead. You may play any Undead monster from your hand into combat to help any other Undead, without using a Wandering Monster card. If you have a card that can be used to make a monster Undead, you may play it with a non-Undead monster to use this rule.
Corrected in the 5th Printing
Saddle Bags and Smart should say "Steed Enhancer."
Corrected in the 3rd Printing
In the rules, the sentence "You may carry any number of Items," should read "You may carry any number of small items, but only one Big one. (Any item not designated Big is considered Small.)"
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