Pulp Nocturne 1930 Session January 30, 2014

November 24, 2014

As We Last Left widgetGreetings from 1930 New York! 

Last session of Pulp Nocturne 1930, the role playing game, was fantastic, fun and quite amusing. Aside from discovering that Anabatos daughter, Sibisi, was torn to shreds by skin walkers in ancient Alexandria, the investigators have made progress with the more current conundrums plaguing them. Madame Simone Bachtiarre turned the tables on things by arriving at Bureau 13 headquarters with a cadre of lawyers demanding all of the seized artifacts to be returned. Afterwards, bureau chief Harlan Stone was slugging a bottle of milk of magnesia like it was a bottle of 12 year old single malt scotch.

Several of our fearless investigators are making their way to the Scarab Club, a murky restaurant in a Depression stricken neighborhood.

One of the investigators, Johnny Mack is having a rather clever go-around with the femme fatale Selina Kyle at the Scarab Club. Just when things seem to be picking up, information exposed, five, yesh five, rather large men have decided to pay a visit to Mycos, the owner of the Scarab Club. Now this then turned into a cliffhanger ending of the session with Johnny Mack coming forward to protect Mycos. Will the five protection racket goombahs put the hurt on Mack and Mycos? Will Mr. Gaelin put a stop to things? If Mack gets mashed, will Bureau 13 boss in New York, Harlan Stone, even shed a tear for the troublemaking agent?

Yesh folks, you too can join the crazed antics of these investigators this Friday night at Flat Land Games in Wixom, MI. I can work in two more players. Take a plunge into the inky darkness of a twisted New York. The Savage Worlds RPG rules coupled with the evil plot machinations of Horror Master Noire make for a glorious evening of table top role playing action and fun.

Check it out!

Horror Master Noire


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