A downloadable adventure

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Terror descends upon a quiet town, kidnapping citizens and thrusting them into a hellish nightmare. Trapped aboard a vessel crewed by prophecy-driven shapeshifters, unfortunate souls must band together—or perish. Fight brutal monsters, avoid devastating traps, and test your wits against an inscrutable enemy in …


Introduce your players to dangers beyond their borders with the original level-0 funnel for Old School Essentials. This adventure can be run in 2-4 hours and includes everything you need to pick up and play in minutes.

  • Rules for creating and running a level-0 party in Old School Essentials
  • Strange encounters and events lovingly illustrated by Andrew Walter
  • A deadly one-shot  inspired by cosmic horrors & recurring nightmares
  • Form-fillable character sheets & a level-0 PC generator for OSE
  • A complete digital package with interactive EPUB & PDFs



Written by:
Josh Domanski & Reilly Qyote

Edited by:
Matthew K.

Layout & Design by:

Josh Domanski

Illustrated by:

Andrew Walter

Published by:

Exalted Funeral

Playtested by:
Bordercholly, Jonathan Dersch, Gabriel Reich & Michael Reynolds 

Dedicated to "B"

24 pages; A5 size; interactive PDF & EPUB; lv-0 character sheets

Exalted Funeral
CategoryPhysical game
Release date Nov 26, 2021
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorsAfterthought Committee, Unenthuser
GenreAction, Adventure, Role Playing
Tagsdnd, Dungeon Crawler, Fantasy, old-school, ose, Tabletop role-playing game, zine
Average sessionA few hours
AccessibilityBlind friendly
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer


Buy Now$10.00 USD or more

In order to download this adventure you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $10 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Zed & Two Noughts.7z 40 MB

Download demo

Level-0 Generator.html 529 kB
Character Keeper.pdf 564 kB


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I did a quick review of this fun adventure!

Feel free to check it out!

I was reading through this again today and caught a flub (probably). You mention playing a "C flat key". While this technically refers to a key on the piano, nobody calls it that since it's the same thing as a B.


thanks for catching that! The only reason we chose to use C flat instead is for the pun. "Sea flat".

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