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A Quick word about Keys to the Pattern

The Keys to the Pattern campaign will always have a very special place in my heart: it was my first Amber campaign, and the Last game I ever got to run with my close friends in Vermillion at the University of South Dakota. But, while the campaign is very special to me, it doesn't have a particularly complete web page -- and it probably never will. Here are some of the reasons:

  • No one was taking notes: No one volunteered to be the scribe for the games, so alot of the fine details of each game session were never recorded.
  • I didn't 'do' web pages back then: More accurately, I had just started doing my personal web page, and didn't get a chance to mess with a web page for the Keys Campaign until after the game was over and I had moved to Denver.
  • Everyone hand wrote their diaries and contributions: well, almost everyone did. The two most complete (ie: complete at ALL) player pages belong to the two players who emailed some of their stuff to me. I've got the hard copies of stuff, but I'm just too darn busy to transcribe it all... and frankly, even then it would be incomplete.

However, that doesn't mean there isn't anything good on the pages: Chance emailed his stuff to me instead of hand-writing it, and his write up of his family has nearly become canon for all my Amber campaigns (as has Chance himself). Selena's character is at least slightly detailed... all the rest of the characters, sadly, just have an identifying quote on their page... I just don't have enough stuff of theirs in electronic format.

I'll be honest, the best thing about this page are the quotes which, somehow, we remembered. I'll be doing a VERY abridged summation of the the campaign's plot to set alongside the quotes in the future, I've promised myself that, but that's about all you're going to get.

Read the quotes, tho, they're worth it.

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