and contains all the creeps I have previously posted about, and several more for a grand total of 20 Named foes to use against your players! The "Lowlife" character class is also there in all its miserable glory, and is something of a "loveletter" to that/those player(s) in your group that love to mess with everyone else around the table.
Four playable species are also included, and are not treated as classes, but rather modifiers to classes, so that you can play a Ratling Scavenger, or perhaps a Mongrel Savage.
Mongrels have been in the game since, well since the beginning considering Waste-Land Beasts came out first. They are the dog-folk of the Great Ruined World. As monsters they travel in packs and hunt survivors, but "Wrecker" integrates more intelligent, civilized versions into human society across the Great Ruined World. First level Mongrels must choose the "Good Dog" Advanced Special during creation (as opposed to any class or other Mongrel Advanced Specials). "Good Dog" adjusts some of the stats and gives the Mongrel a bonus to unarmed attack damage for natural weapons (claw/bite).
Ravens have also been around since the beginning, and now they are also playable. Character versions are a flightless variety, as their brains are no longer specialized for flight and are more human like in structure and function. This is not to say that Ravens cannot gain special abilities that allow them to glide, or even "fly" short distances. Ravens must take the "Rare Bird" Advanced Special upon creation.
Ratlings have always existed among humans, often relegated to menial tasks and the lowest rungs of society. Now they can be played, and have access to special abilities that reflect their species. Ratlings must take the "Dirty Rat" Advanced Special at character creation
Gatos are new to Miserable Wrecker Wreckers, and represent the Cat-Folk that live among humans. Similar to the other three species, their special abilities represent a mix of idioms and feline characteristics. Gatos must choose the "Bad Kitty" Advanced Special during character creation.
The species can be mixed with any class except Infected, So a Ratling Lowlife, Mongrel Beast Hunter, Gato Savage, or Raven Veteran are all now possible.
The book also introduces a few new Modifiers, some used to create the Named Foes, others are just additions.
20 printable monster cards featuring the Named Foes are also included to add to your collection of creeps, and are featured in the image above.