Beware! The Cult of the Serpent Queen is Loose Once More!

It’s been a long time coming, but we’re excited to finally release the revised version of The Snake’s Heart for Mazes & Perils to the world. This is a greatly expanded version of the adventure we first released in 2015 for Swords & Wizardry.

  • Old adventure: 4,000 words, 19 digest-sized pages (including cover)
  • New adventure: 12,500 words, 34 full-sized pages (including front and back cover)
  • Stats redone for Mazes & Perils
  • Maps completely redone by Kris McDermott (Elhann village map) and George Fields (all of the tower maps)
  • Art has gone from 3 pieces and a piece of clip art to 5 custom pieces from Del Teigeler, Peter Saga, and Mickey Fitzpatrick, new spot art, and a custom new layout and cover from layout artist Robert Denton

The new book has 25 pages of content, with details on:

  • The Village of Elhann
  • The Cult of the Serpent Queen
  • The Serpent Queen herself
  • Clerics of the Serpent
  • And new magic items

This is the first Moebius Adventures product we’ve released for sale as a print product at Amazon through their CreateSpace service as well as through DriveThruRPG/RPGNow. We plan on having it available through the Open Gaming Store and Tabletop Library as well.

You can find the book for sale here:

One note about the print version. There are two covers due to some limitations in the printing process at DTRPG. The snakeskin cover is available at Amazon & CreateSpace. And the solid color cover to the right is available at DriveThruRPG and RPGNow. Same contents, different look.

As you might imagine, we’re very excited about this release. It’s been a long time coming and is only the first re-launched product we plan on offering.

Thanks for staying in the loop and I hope your heroes are strong enough to stop the Serpent Queen from coming back to the world!

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