Castle Amber (Château d' Amberville)

Castle Amber Ch teau d Amberville Trapped in the mysterious Castle Amber you find yourselves cut off from the world you know The castle is fraught with peril Members of the strange Amber family some insane some merely deadly lurk a

  • Title: Castle Amber (Château d' Amberville)
  • Author: Tom Moldvay
  • ISBN: 9780935696516
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • Trapped in the mysterious Castle Amber you find yourselves cut off from the world you know The castle is fraught with peril Members of the strange Amber family, some insane, some merely deadly, lurk around every corner Somewhere in the castle is the key to your escape, but can you survive long enough to find it

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    1. a bizarely good rendition of several Clark Ashton smith stories-short on combat (except a huge ending) and long on puzzle solving and clue investigating.



    2. I remember that when I first read this adventure several years ago, I was instantly fascinated by the Amberville family and Averoigne. I was an inexperienced DM however and I feel that although my group enjoyed the adventure, it could have been an even better experience if I had more experience.In any case, this is a classic and awesome adventure. Not only do the characters need to explore the Castle if they wish to escape, but they have to complete a quest to return to their world. Most of the [...]


    3. Judges Guild has Tegel Manor, Role Aids has Beastmaker Mountain, and TSR has Castle Amber to capture the funhouse spirit of romping through a mad family's mansion. What sets Castle Amber apart is the extensive new monster list (brain collectors!), the ode to Clark Ashton Smith with adventuring in his vision of medieval France, and an actual ending. It is particularly instructive to compare with Beastmaker Mountain, because in Beastmaker you never find out exactly what happened in 'the tragedy', [...]


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