Held in March in Detroit, Michigan.
An all-Amber-DRPG gaming convention, which is held Nov 11-14,
2004 near Portland, Oregon.
Held in Toronto, Ontario from 1994 to 2004 -- but canceled in
2005 & 2006.
Held in July in Reading.
The Black Road
Held June-July in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Meera Barry's Amber Links
A large set of links divided by topic and wikified.
RPGnetWiki: Amber RPG
This has the start of a wiki on the all the major people,
places, and other notables of the series as well as a
timeline. As a wiki, it should be editable.
R. Cal Westray's Amber DRPG Page
with a good introduction, timeline, genealogy, and more.
with many trump images for each canonical Amber character.
Todd Hamilton's Trump Images
taken from the book Roger Zelazny's Visual Guide To Castle Amber.
Florence Magnin's Trump Deck
In 1994, the French game company Jeux Descartes distributed an
Amber Trump Deck, drawn by Florence Magnin, with the characters
of Amber, written by Roger Zelazny.
Trumps by Lar
Madeline's Proto-Amber Page
including "The Annotated Amber" (with footnotes on the books)
along with a timeline of the Corwin Chronicles.
Arref Mak's "Amber: the Eternal City"
With notes on his tabletop campaigns and runs for AmberCon US and
Kris' Amber Links
A list of links, mainly campaign pages (face-to-face and online).
Padraig's Amber DRPG Page
including an overview of rules and clarifications.
Mike Sullivan's "Civil Blood" Page
A campaign that ran from 2001-02, with alternate rules, setting,
story, and history.
Scott Turnbull's Amber Page
with character sheets for partial powers, campaign info and
Indiana U's Fantasy Club
including colorized versions of the ADRPG trumps.
Robert Donoghue's LARP "Karm v. Osric"
MUDs and MUSHes
John H. Kim <jhkim-at-darkshire-dot-net>
Last modified: Wed Dec 6 09:57:52 2006