- "Having fun little Rabbit? Ha ha!"
- —Lo Wang, when seeing rabbits mate.
Rabbits found in the game behave the same way a common rabbit would in real world. They are usually have white or brown fur. Rabbits are completely non-hostile to Lo Wang and can't in any way hurt him. The player on the other hand, can kill them without any repercussions. Rabbit will from time to time, mate with each other, which will result in a baby rabbit spawning in the area. Lo Wang will comment on these acts. Rabbits can be found in forest levels and on rabbit farm in Level 4.
Hostile Encounters Edit
Though most rabbits are harmless, there's two encounters on Classic in which they can hurt or even kill Wang. These are on Level 4 and Level 20. On Level 4, an area can be found that's a representation of a scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. In it a lone rabbit sits there, with bones scattered all around him. If Wang comes closer to him, rabbit will start to hop at Wang and starts slowly killing him. On Level 20, when exploring Zilla's volcano base, a pack of rabbits will attack Lo Wang, that can kill him
Rabbits return in the 2013 reboot. They act the in the same manner as the ones in the Classic. Differently from the Classic, there's now a chance for a Demon Bunny to spawn after killing a rabbit, which is a dark, hostile version of a normal one.
Shadow Warrior 2 Edit
Rabbits are present in Shadow Warrior 2. They no longer mate when two come into contact, but Demon Bunnies still spawn, albeit now called Bunny Lord.
- Killer rabbits appeared in a previous first-person shooter game, Catacomb Armageddon (1992), appearing in the The Garden of Forgotten Souls level. The game was designed by Greg Malone, who also served as a producer on Shadow Warrior for the first half of its development.