The page for New Mutiny, a concluded face-to-face alternate Amber campaign. We are located in the San Francisco Bay Area. We played from summer of 2001 to summer of 2002. The last few sessions didn't make it onto this webpage, though I've got the quotes and such... Maybe someday I'll finish it off.
New Mutiny is a story of honor, betrayal, loyalty and family, set in the Third Rebellion of Amber. King Brand the First has weathered one unsuccesful mutiny, but, one hundred years later, the survivors of the old war have regained strength and begin their plots again. Whether they are opportunistic, power-hungry traitors or justice-seeking idealists is a matter for the history books.
Throughout these pages, the term "Ancient Grudge" will be used to refer to the hundred-years-past Second Rebellion, and "New Mutiny" for the current Third Rebellion. (The latter can be distinguished from the game name, which is in emphasized text).
In case it's not perfectly clear, the buttons on the left side are links to various subpages. I hope that the titles "Rules" and "Setting" are self-explanatory. "Blood" refers to the Blood of Amber (and/or the civil blood from the Romeo and Juliet quote) and is the characters page. "Grudge" is a chronicle of the Ancient Grudge. "Story" is a page for our logs and quotes, in a doubtless totally unreadable format.
The game is set in a very non-canonical, alternate Amber which owes at least as much to George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire as to Zelazny's Amber. If you're interested in our setting, the "Grudge" and "Setting" pages should bring you up to speed.
This page uses CSS for its appearance. That means that in a browser which does a fair job of complying to the CSS standard (for example: Internet Explorer 5.5, Netscape Navigator 6.0), you should see a relatively pleasing appearance that I didn't have to break my back to create. If your browser ignores CSS (for example: Lynx) then everything should degrade gracefully, and, while the page may not be pretty, it should be readable. However, if your browser attempts to comply with CSS and fails miserably (Internet Explorer 4.x, Netscape Navigator 4.x), then it will probably be unreadable. I'm sorry about that, but I just don't have time to go through and recode everything directly into the HTML.
This page © 2001 by Epoch. Not that he can imagine why anyone would want to steal it. Comments or complaints to email@example.com.