eh, I wasn't that impressed. Entertained, yes. Betancourt is a decent enough talespinner but D & O seem almost charicatures. The books are more like
John W. George
Feb 13, 2004#9
Has anybody read the Amber prequel trilogy yet? Only the first two books are currently available. They are: 1) The Dawn of Amber 2) Chaos and Amber 3) To Rule
Feb 12, 2004#8
Hello, just joined your group and so would like to introduce myself. I live in the Southwestern US, work as a computer operator, have very diverse interests.
John W. George
Jan 21, 2004#7
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I am starting an Amber Diceless RPG based on Roger Zelazny's Amber Saga, in which I will also include worlds and characters from many of Zelazny's other novels
Jan 14, 2004#6
... From the group description: "This group is for open, moderated discussion of Roger Zelazny's Amber and Amber-related stories, and other supporting
Feb 26, 2002#5
"arrefmak" wrote: ... ... Yeah, I personally feel it'd be a bit like seeing another country use nukes
Feb 26, 2002#4
... Several answers work for me: 1. Primal Chaos is present in the Abyss and Beyond, moving/summoning it involves using the Logrus or other arcane force to
Feb 26, 2002#3
How do people see Chaosian politics and wars panning-out, given that some Lords of Chaos (most Logrus masters - canonically?) have Primal Chaos? Is P.C. used
Feb 25, 2002#2
So what topics would we like to start with?
Feb 25, 2002#1
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