"Evil has a new name and it's Noir..."

 

One of the primary powers, Noir has an agenda only he knows. Now that he’s been freed, he wants the world and he will stop at nothing to get it.

But first, he must find the Malachai… His powers are dependent on the Malachai. The more Nick uses his power, the more powerful Noir becomes.  He also draws power from the Skoti.

Or free his sister Braith. Either way, he wins.

We lose.

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Hear it from the Fans

Will we learn more about Noirs family

unknown, February 7, 2015

In son of no one who is Paimon

unknown, February 1, 2015

    He is a demon. One of the more powerful ones.

    MB_Staff, February 4, 2015

Oh yeah. Awesome bad guy, coming through!!!

Sophie, October 7, 2014

I always imagined him as the Patrician from the Disk World game, but better looking and sounding less nasally.

Morgan, August 7, 2014

@Tatiana Yeeeeaaaaahhh... I don't think you're wrong. I really don't, which scares me a lot.

Morgan, August 6, 2014

We need a story of Noir and Azura!! I need to know about this amazing evilness!

GrimsynNoir, June 15, 2014

Ok,so does anybody know what primal god he is, I mean like Stalin for survival and Diablo for evil, what power does he have?

Ethan, March 20, 2014

i just noticed that here in Noir profile that he is 6'10 in hight , but in the Guardian book , in prologue , Seth says that Noir is almost 7' in hight ?????? which hight is the correct one ???

Gina Prinsses of the Egypyian THEBES, October 26, 2013

    They're the same. 6'10" is almost 7 feet tall which is equal to 6' 12" and he would be 7' in most shoes.

    MB_Staff, February 16, 2014

Is the name of the "dark" primary gods Mavromino or Mauvromino? Can anybody answer this question? I saw both version and I would like to know for sure.

Lyra, September 22, 2013

    Both are correct. One spelling is Greek, the other Atlantean.

    MB_Staff, September 26, 2013