From publisher blurb:
The Horror Issue
The Devil’s Ship – including the Random (D666) Container Table
The waves surge, lightning breaks. Winds blow hard from the icy north, or hot from the tropic south. Lit by balefire, it crests the surf and rides down into the rollers, sheets snapping in the storm. Only the Devil’s ship could survive this night, as it has survived every night like this for centuries. If your ship sees it, your ship will wreck. If you hear a hail or a crackling radio message from its crew, you will die at sea maddened by the dark knowledge you were granted. The steel of the ship’s hull seems to steam under the lashing rain, as though the rivets were red-hot. Sonar and radar go mad, as though the ship was never there or loomed vastly, the size of an island.
Text; Kenneth Hite, Art: Lukas Thelin
The Many Faces of Horror
Three main methods of supporting horror tropes using the core rules of RuneQuest 6. In addition he introduces the horrifying monsters The Vengeful Ones, to be inserted into any fantasy or sci-fi-setting.
Text: Pete Nash, Art: Magnus Fallgren & Lukas Thelin