|What's unholy is that I paid money for this crap.|
I was bumming around on DriveThruRPG, looking for some cheap adventures to help populate my sandbox. I came across the OSRIC-compatible Something Unholy Stirs, by Sancrosanct Games. It looked interesting and had a decently old school cover. The premise is kind of interesting. The typos and poor editing are painful. I went to the Sacrosanct Games website to see of maybe they are a foreign company and English is their second language, but it doesn't appear to be the case. The title page reads "individual artits[sp] may retain copywrite[sp]". Dude. When even your CYA statements are spelled wrong, you need some help.
The plot of the module sounded good at first. A necromancer was using a village's prime location as a stop along a booming trade route as cover for her nefarious activities. The players stumble upon said activities and attempt to put a stop to it. Well, this necromancer is about as subtle as a rhinoceros running wild through a crowded marketplace. Any players older than 12 will probably see through to the plot and go straight for the fairly straightforward dungeon delve. In fact, that's what this adventure reminds me of: something I would have come up with when I was 12 writing my own adventures for the rest of my middle school friends.
This is seriously the most poorly written and edited RPG product I have ever paid money for. Do not go anywhere near Something Unholy Stirs.