A stone fortress of unusual make sits upon a peninsula in Scourge Bay. The narrow 200’ long path that leads to the fort is littered with bodies. Surprisingly, no insects or carrion creatures have disturbed the bodies.
These bodies have been here for 600 years. Punishment delivered by Kossuth, one of the nine gods of death.
Artwork by Eric Quigley, Gary Dupis, and Rick Hersey.
Card stock cover, 5.5" x 8.5", 12 pages