I'll be running three sessions at Garycon this March:
A Tale of Two Temples (2x)
Deep under a long abandoned temple of Law, a temple of Chaos thrives and with it a sanctuary for outlaws and exiles. This knaves' haven now harbors the most famous thief in the known world, and the has chosen you to bring him to justice. Negotiate, fight, or bribe your way past outlaws and do what you must to survive encounters with monstrous hybrids born of chaos as you strive to bring the most famous thief in the known world to justice. A low level 70's style dungeon crawl, run by a DM who started playing in 1975, characters provided. Everyone welcome, even if you played last year. It's D&D as it was played in the 70's. It is rules light and plays fast, even while you are slowly mapping the dungeon. Last year things were well under way within 15 minutes of our start time. So bring your iron spikes, holy water, and ten-foot pole. Choose a caller and a mapper, I'll provide the pre-gens. Everyone is welcome at my table including. We'll be using Blueholme rules, no experience necessary.
Of Rotting Earth and Weeping Stone
A temple dedicated to resurrecting ancient forces of chaos thrives under a long abandoned temple of law, desecrating all there that is sacred. Farmlands now reek of rotted flesh, stones weep blood, and unnatural fiends roam the night. You must learn of what powers this chaos....
A follow up to A Tale of Two Temples, though everyone is welcome.
I never thought of asking for help, so I'm not sure what to say! If you are willing to send a couple of rule books (or whatever) for use at the table or promotion, that would be great. The session at GC went well last year, and at least a few of those players will be back at the table.
I've never published anything like this before, with graphics, and so on. So I haven't really thought about it or even know what would be involved.