Great stuff! It looks like a fascinating system. I've had a copy of this game for a couple years but was too intimidated to run it. I really appreciate!
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It's GREAT conceptually! It's the only noir game I've seen that feels like it would run exclusively noir stories. It just doesn't give me enough to know HOW to RUN the game. Any chances there could be more play examples somewhere? Or, more clarity on larger low sets vs. smaller high sets in the One roll engine?
I was thinking there would be more detail considering the years between the releases. I felt like the ashcan version didn't really fit my needs but I'm still not sure what changed since then. For example, is there any change to how a mystery is built?
I downloaded the Ashcan version years ago and nearly forgot about it as it didn't feel complete to me. Would you mind providing a high level summary of the improvements since the 2019 draft?
I commend you on this thinking and wish you a speedy revision! I thought long and hard about buying a copy of Facing the Titan when it went on the Deal of the Day on DTRRPG. Ultimately, I decided that 370 pages was too much content for a game I might play as a one-shot once a year.
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