The relics stolen, the PCs must race to the Face in the Hill, a place of mystery and ancient peril in the Warwood — itself a place fillled with the echoes of long-forgotten legends.
There, they discover a dark plot to release a terrible madness on the land, fueled by the stolen relics and the blood of innocent victims.
The tradition of storm-peace ensures that all grudges are suspended for the duration of the storm.
But some shelters are safer than others, and not all beings honor the storm-peace.
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This cult of Bane was born in the Moonsfall Mountains, spreading across the frontiers of fallen Nerath and into settled lands.
The cult’s death squads target isolated settlements for “cleansing”—the folk of the frontier given the choice of joining the Hand or accepting the salvation of death…Ashenport should have died almost a generation ago, as did the other towns along this rocky coast.
The module was later expanded in Return to the Tomb of Horrors in 1998 using the 2nd edition rules.
However, the original tomb was never actually updated—it was reprinted as it originally saw print.