The Folio, ROS1, Beneath Roslof Keep is a lovely gem.
It has the overall flavor of an old school D&D module “series” with magnificent art and storied depths.
It is a slow crawl. My gaming group started the Roslof campaign in October of 2015 (This review is being written in January of 2017) and we are still adventuring our way through "The Infernal Machine".
It isn't for the faint of heart. I’ve collected more tear-stained character sheets while running this campaign than any I’ve played before. It is a challenging delve.
It’s fun as hell. My gaming group started out with 5 Tuesday evening players and has grown to 10 devoted gamers. They die a lot but keep coming back. The players are invested and want to see it through to the very end.
It isn’t overly rigid. Scott Taylor has created a brilliant framework and surrounded it with tons of possibility. An imaginative GM (DM,CK,Referee or whatever) will find a vast assortment of finely honed tools arranged to help him or her spin their gaming web.
It is the 1st of 6. If you love it and want more… there's more!
It is great stuff. When my group finally finishes the campaign I may have to find a new group and start over again from the beginning.