- The unique pixelated art style is well-utilized and looks fantastic, from the isometric maps to the pixelated head-shot portraits.
- Maps are provided for all the areas in the module, including gridded and non-gridded, as well as nifty card handouts depicting the NPCs and tokens for VTTs.
- Each Scene has a concise method for tackling the problem in three different ways that highlight the major D&D pillars: Combat, Exploration, and Social
- Excellent use of monsters, including rutterkins, spawn of kyuss, and a tricky cambion.
- Exhaustive appendix that includes all NPCs and monster stat blocks.
- The temple is very short and linear (~ 7 pages).
- Verse II should have been combined with Verse I to create one complete adventure package.
THE VERDICT: WHILE ITS DUNGEON IS DISAPPOINTINGLY SHORT "THE HEIR OF ORCUS: VERSE II" CONTINUES THE DETAILED DESIGNS AND EXCELLENT PIXEL ART, MAKING FOR A SATISFYING ENDING TO THE ADVENTURE.
Full review: https://roguewatson.com/2018/12/0-
Video review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AYoAp2XImU
[5 of 5 Stars!]