Mrs. Amethyst, Mr. Flannigan, Mr. Shao, Mr. Dolby, and Miss Herne... These are some of the 1930s SPA agents ready to combat the trails that await them!
All of these characters are Heroic rank and all ready to play. They are designed for Noir Knights, but can be played in any Heroic rank Suzerain game.
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While certain powerful entities have the ability to pierce the Veil and breach the Maelstrom to reach some other place, there are also natural portals that exist here and there.
Stull, Kansas just so happens to have one of those places...
Chasing Rainbows is a free "One-Sheet" adventure for Savage Suzerain, a short adventure to give you a feel for the 1930s realm of American Grit where... [click here for more]
It could be said that the ‘good’ doctor means well, but it just as easily raises the question: do the ends justify the means?
In the Name of Science is a free "One Sheet" adventure for Savage Suzerain, a short adventure to give you a feel for the 1930s Realm of American Grit where we set our Noir Knights book. You’ll want characters of Heroic rank to play this adventure.... [click here for more]
The voodoo Loa are interesting beings in that their relationships with their human worshipers are much more symbiotic than is typical of ‘gods’ – especially modern gods. While this normally isn’t an issue, sometimes there is a case that deserves a little more attention.
Such is the case of one Jean-Pierre Gudot, a practicing Taximancer bearing a misguided obsession with a... [click here for more]
Great Spirit of Oppression wants Tamagozushi, but there’s a Lord of Flame who has an interest too. The heat is on.
Oppressive Heat is a free "One Sheet" adventure for Savage Suzerain, a short adventure to give you a feel for the 1930s realm of American Grit where we set our Noir Knights book. You’ll want characters of Heroic rank to play this adventure.
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The Ordo Hermeticus Octostium is just one of many ‘mystical orders’ that sprang up in the spiritualist craze of the previous decades. In general, they’re no more or less problematical than Freemasons or Rosicrucians, but occasionally you’ll find members of those sorts of groups who believe that ‘with great power comes an obligation to further your own agenda’...... [click here for more]