Game designer John Adamus walks James D’Amato, Kat Kuhl, Paulomi Pratap, and Jim McClure through Noir World’s character and world generation process. They set up some tangled relationships in a city plagued by corruption. Exactly what you want to hear for a noir.

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James D’Amato, the world’s foremost Kobold advocate, moved to Chicago in 2010 to train at Second City and iO in the art of improvisational comedy. He now uses that education to introduce new people to role-playing, and teach die-hard Grognards new tricks.

5 comments on 193. Noir World Part 1

  1. Solicitor 6 says:

    NO ONE KNEW WHO THE GREEN HORNET WAS IN YOUR PLAYTESTING???

    When I was 12 (back in 1990), I was the Green Hornet for Halloween.

    Include me with James and Kat in wanting the Green Hornet/Vigilante as part of the game.

    Great set-up, can’t wait to see this starting knot get even more tangled.

    1. John Adamus says:

      The Green Hornet was an optional for 2 GenCons, a DexCon and a Metatopia. No one had any idea and even less interest.

  2. Shawn Wilson says:

    I’ve been trying to download,but I keep getting ‘Failed – Network error’

  3. Lamar says:

    Citizen Kane is not noir.

    1. Stephen Efird says:

      It could be argued that citizen can is one of the pioneers of the film noir genre. You have a central mystery (rosebud), a “detective” (reporter filling in Kane’s story), Chiaroscuro style lighting, multiple points of view, told through flashback, and the mood of the film is definitely of a film noir style.

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