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What I'd like to find is a copy of Erick's early Sorcery rules. I've talked to a few of the playtest players in Erick's early group and I know that such a thing exists, but I've never found anyone with a copy.
My understanding is that it was a half-dozen pages or so and is not at all like what ended up in the core rulebook. Anyone seen anything like this before.
There will be two sessions of Amber Diceless at Dragon*Con 2010: Saturday and Sunday nights.
I love the whole point auction system ,strength is the most important attribute ... and so on talk about set up .
And has any one here got a chance to check out the second book Shadow Knight .
I was wary of a diceless system when I first encountered the Amber DRPG in '90 (it was a 9-something page quick-rules for gaming that had been copied).
It totally changed the way I think of gaming. Since I lived in Illinois, I was able to go to many Ambercons starting with 3 or 4 I think. I met friends that I've kept for years due to Amber and Ambercon.
Thanks, Erick, for writing a great game in a great universe. You did the world of role-playing a great service.
I discovered Amber Diceless a decade ago and think it's one of the most innovative game systems ever. Simple, yet versitile. The highlight of my Amber experience was probably playing in Erick's game sessions at Chicago ConClave back in 2001. Such fun!
I recall reading in the review of Amber Diceless Roleplaying in Hobby Games: The 100 Best, that the game was being republished. Anyone heard any news on this front, especially after the passing of Erick Wujcik?
There's nothing posted on the Diceless by Design website besides a generic message.
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