The dreaded Luminous Bristlemaw, one of Six Aquatic Terrors we did in support of Gus L's excellent H.M.S. Appollyon project.
This beasty first appeared at our blog on July 4th, 2014. You can search our blog (hereticwerks.blogspot.com) by the date, or use the handy search feature to look up "Six Aquatic Terrors" in order to find the original post with the rest of the encounters...if... [click here for more]
An old plundred tomb where many a grave-robber got their start...now it's your turn to spend the night. If you've got the guts.Taglar's Tomb originally appeared at the Hereticwerks blog for Swords & Wizardry Appreciation Day in 2013. This is a Revised and Slightly Expanded version of that mini-dungeon ideal for a small group of low-level characters who are just getting... [click here for more]
Ten Short Adventures written for the 2011 September Short Adventures OSR Challenge hosted by Matt over at the Asshat Paladins blog. Intended for use with Mutant Future, but could be adapted to most other Post-Apocalyptic RPGs. ... [click here for more]
Space Age Sorcery (1.5) was first made available from the Hereticwerks blog in 2013, now the free pdf lives again here at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow. We hope you enjoy it.
The Revised & Expanded Version of Space Age Sorcery (v. 2.0) will be coming soon in both hardcover and softcover formats. ... [click here for more]
Chris at Hill Cantons recently announced another one of his famous contests. It was about cobbling together a random adventure, and it sounded like fun, so we entered the contest. First we rolled on the cliche-driven Old School Module-Naming Tables at Hill Cantons and came up with the result: 'Tomb of the Forgotten Toad-People.' Not too shabby. Nothing to necessarily get... [click here for more]