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The book is page after page about character generation, a chapter about setting, and like three sentences on conflict resolution. The Amber family makes Eldrad and Creed look like amateurs because those guys have only had a single lifetime to learn how to be total dicks. No one actually runs the game as described in the book, but it has good GM advice, and the rules are often used as a foundation, to be tinkered with.
If you ever get into a game, expect many houserules. And, happily for those unfamiliar with the novels, the rulebook contains a useful summary of their events, though only as described in the novels because the narrator is not necessarily infallible and most GMs also tinker with the setting to their- look, basically, expect a lot of variety between Amber experiences.
Going through each stat, the players bid points to auction who will be the best in that category. For any of these stats, you can get more points to spend later by taking a less-than-immortal rank in them, but that guarantees that you are completely fucked because people will pick on that stat every goddamn time.
Equipment: anything. If you have Logrus, you just send out a tendril and pull it back to you. Skills: anything. The only limit is how bored your character would get studying.
Conflict resolution[ edit ] Always comes down to comparing one stat against another. If you have the higher stat, you will win; maybe not quickly, but eventually. Which is why some claim the system is always going to be radically imbalanced in favor of the silver-tongued player who is best at arguing their points to the GM, or, potentially, the players the GM likes most and is more inclined to let them get away with more.
Diceless role-playing game
Scores above 0 are "ranked", with the highest score being ranked 1st, the next-highest 2nd, and so on. The character with 1st rank in each attribute is considered "superior" in that attribute, being considered to be substantially better than the character with 2nd rank even if the difference in scores is small. All else being equal, a character with a higher rank in an attribute will always win a contest based on that attribute. The character who bids the most for an attribute is "ranked" first and is considered superior to all other characters in that attribute. Unlike conventional auctions, bids are non-refundable; if one player bids 65 for psyche and another wins with a bid of 66, then the character with 66 is "superior" to the character with 65 even though there is only one bid difference. Instead, lower bidding characters are ranked in ascending order according to how much they have bid, the characters becoming progressively weaker in that attribute as they pay less for it. After the auction, players can secretly pay extra points to raise their ranks, but they can only pay to raise their scores to an existing rank.
Amber Diceless Roleplaying Game
It uses the Futhark rune set to resolve all game mechanics. Dread role-playing game uses a Jenga tower or similar to determine the success of actions. Frankenstein Atomic Frontier , an Australian role-playing game, uses cards with players drawing a quantity equal to their trait, counting Aces, Kings, Queens, Jacks and Jokers as a success. Marvel Universe Roleplaying Game uses a resource-management system inspired by collectible card games. Active Exploits a diceless set of role-playing game rules by Precis Intermedia Gaming. Amber Diceless Roleplaying Game uses no randomization, although secret information does create uncertainty for players.