I released a Side Encounter called River Crossing a week or so ago. Currently the 5e/OSR version is available, the Pathfinder version is pending.
It is free through The OBS sites (DriveThruRPG, RPGNow). It was inspired by a local DM’s need to find a way to award his players a few more XP before starting LToFE.
The encounter provides an initial, neutral exposure to the Cult of Hastur, and puts the party in the thick if a medium sized battle of about 30 participants.
Other free products are in the works. Another side encounter and some player handouts are currently in the mental queue to be developed.
The first commercial product from DNA is available. The Lost Temple of Forgotten Evil is available in PDF and Print on Domand (PoD) via DriveThruRPG, RPGNow, Amazon (globally) and some other retailers.
Kickstarter Backers are in the process of receiving their printed copies and custom dice. The print run for backers has a detached cover (Which is sometimes used as a GM screen) with two of the maps on the interior of the cover. This version is a Kickstarter exclusive. There are some spare copies. More copies than necessary were printed to cover any that were damaged in shipping, etc. When fulfillment is complete. These will be available in limited quantities at convention appearances. My plan is to offer these classic print and reprint versions as Kickstarter exclusives. When the sequel’s Kickstarter campaign goes live, detached cover reprints of The Lost Temple of Forgotten Evil will be available as an add on.
About the Adventure
The Lost Temple of Forgotten Evil is an adventure for three to seven characters between levels four and six. It is designed for use with Fifth Edition and OSR versions of Gary and Dave’s RPG. It can be adapted to any fantasy RPG.
The small town of Boldon, and its surrounding villages, are afraid. Dozens of people are missing, some speculate lost to some nefarious purpose. Tales of an evil temple and the horrible things within circulate. The few who know the legends and history of the region are beginning to think the dark times have returned, not seen since the fall of the first age of man. People are beginning to feel the icy fingers of fear closing in. Upon arrival, the party encounters a broken man, a homeless drunkard prone to incessant rambling. This inspires an investigation into the stories of a lost temple. Has it been rediscovered by men seduced by its forgotten evil? The drunkard’s tale leads to others who might help the party discover more before they face The Lost Temple of Forgotten Evil.