Terror Thirteen: The Grimoire of Abu Simbal
The Grimoire of Abu Simbal was first written in hieroglyphics sometime in the 13th century BCE. That copy was lost in the sands of the Pharaoh until it was discovered by Professor Grady of the London Museum in 1888. It was discovered in an undisturbed tomb, since washed away by the Aswan Dam project. The Professor's dig was haunted by accidents, death and even murder. The Grimoire of Abu Simbal is a supplement to the rules of Terror Thirteen, with new Statuses, Dark Powers and more advanced Magic Stuff rules. It also contains an adventure in Victorian Era Egypt and London, designed for 3-5 Players over the course of 24-40 hours of game play.