This is a treasure map to all the dark rewards and terrors of Isborsk and the Unending Gray.
The Author is trying to refine the genre in a different and intriguing way. Nothing in the game is entirely rewarding ... yet ... much can be doom.
Not, every situation works as intended but in 50 pages of notes, one can't go wrong for a dollar.
Of particular note are the Catacombs and the Final Sprawl of the Unending Gray, it seems the author is almost driven mad by the expanse and unbounded realms contained therein. Too much for a simple scribe to capture, too much for a single read. Paired with the rules, all can become clear. Are you willing to polish the burnished metail to see the reflection?
I would give it a 6 out of 5 it if were possible (and who says not) had the author taken a breath between the encounters to introduce new readers to the sorcory that was about to follow. While a word choice here or there seems foreign, when paired with the rules, all can seem clear. (Or, just drink in the words and see where they take you.)
Pitch your pennies in and boldly step forward. Be patient young scholor, there is much to learn.
[5 of 5 Stars!]