Characters in the 6 player game:
Ihav A. Nobbinovich – Russian Count and host of tonight’s Midnight Supper. Always dressed to the Hilt, he is a true 1930’s male fashion icon.
Iphelia Nobbinovich – Russian Countess and wife of Ihav. She wears the best of 1930’s fashion and always dons her tiara.
Dickie Charles – Self-made millionaire and amateur tennis player, he likes to dress in casual tennis wear of the day.
Dora Charles – Wife of Dickie, she is dripping in diamonds and sophistication. She holds her brow and nose very high.
Peter Rotteroff – An International Chess Champion who prefers tweed jackets to tuxedos. He knows how to move his pieces around, too.
Idmira M. Nees – Star showgirl with the New York Rockettes during the 1930’s. Since her legs are her claim to fame, she loves to show them off. Tap dancing is her speciality.
Additional characters in the 8 player game:
Terrance “Terry” Foreman – Golf Pro of his day, he is always seen in knickerbockers carrying his club and balls.
Scarlett Mitchell – Author of the best seller, “Passed like the Wind”, she prefers the more conservative dress of the day and always wears her glasses.
Additional characters in the 10 player game:
Clop-Along Cassidee – Cowboy Matinee Idol on the Saturday afternoon serials, Clop wears his trademark Cowboy hat wherever he goes and carries his lasso.
Pollyanna Purity – Co-star to Clop in all of the matinee serials, Polly is the epitome of a “good girl”, right down to her pigtails and freckles.
Additional characters in the 12 player game:
Albert Kindstein – Quite the mad looking scientist, he usually dashes from the lab to events in his lab coat, while carrying a beaker of one thing or another.
Amelia Dearhart – Female pilot and America’s Sweetheart, she is true red, white and blue under her leather jacket and long scarf.