In 2010, Adamant expanded its focus to include other forms of entertainment media, and is currently developing a number of transmedia series properties– which will include digital series, tabletop role-playing games, fiction, graphic novels, music, interactive media and other merchandise as part of the overall entertainment experience.
Imagine: A fantasy world, but not one based on Medieval/Dark Ages European culture and myth, but rather one based on the tropes of the Spaghetti Western and Chinese Wuxia. Add steampunk elements. Mix well.
A fantasy world that’s The Gunslinger meets Storm Riders meets Deadwood meets Afro Samurai meets The Wild Wild West meets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon meets Django meets Brisco County meets House of Flying Daggers and more.
A fantasy world that’s explored through a constantly-updated website, a tabletop role-playing game, a web series, artwork, fiction, comics and much, much, more. A fantasy world that is shaped by its own fan community.
This is Far West.
Far West launched in mid-2011. A Kickstarter project to crowdfund the tabletop role-playing game release was the top-funded RPG project of the year. Click on the logo above to be taken to the Far West website— the property’s official site where you will find fiction vignettes, a webstore featuring all current Far West products, development articles, art samples, and a user forum.