This is one of the most joyous and gloriously odd adventures I have ever laid eyes on!
From the premise, the wonderful art of the precession (which geniusly doubles as the linear point crawl and gameplay loop), NPCs and creatures so full of life (and undeath) to the encounters, locations, disruptions (and a whole bunch of other awesome tables), and differing endings with their own rewards and seeds, this pulls of the heady combo of being an absolute work of art and a bloody good time!
While statted for OSE, it could work with all manner of TTRPGs for a spooky one shot or a more protected plane-hopping playthrough!
I love it and will endeavour to either return with the indepth review it deserves and/ or a write up of my running and/ or playing! (It really is one of those adventures you read and then have to play as soon as humanly possible!)