Welcome to the new website for the Sable Game, an occasional face-to-face campaign GMed by Trish Hart.

Sable Game characters are the trusted agents of the King of Sable, rather being members of the Royal family, and are included in the day-to-day running of the Kingdom, as well as occasionally being asked to perform specific services for the Power that Be.The game is based on the Amber Diceless Role-playing Game by Erick Wujcik, originally published by Phage Press, although the setting is somewhat different. It also owes part of its origin to the Equinox PBeM, run by Craig Johnson, where Robert de Lacy and the Kingdom of Sable first saw the light of day.

The world of the Sable Game is divided into a number of different worlds, regions and nations, of which the main ones are as follows:

On the Inside

The Kingdom of Sable Government, Royal Family etc
The Commonwealth The trading Shadows trading shadows with which Sable does business
Azure The sea realm of Azure, and its Queen, Alison
Argent The sky realm of Argent, and its King, Cathal
Elementis The new Power in the Centre of the Inside
The Technocracy The Power Created by Andrew de Lacy in Veil 100 North
Aurellis, Realm of Roland Helgram As Thelbane is to Amber, so Aurellis is to Sable (redirects to the Aurellis site)
The Reich Perennial enemies of the Kingdom of Sable
The Outer Reich The former Reich External Trade Association, plus additional territory taken between RY100 and RY105
Valhalla The Halls of the Fallen
New Oceania and the Machine The combined threat in Veil 100 North
The Weimar Republik aka the Fifth Reich
The Lighthouse Timeline Details of the changes to the Sable Universe following the Incident at the Lighthouse.

On the Outside

Murray Gateway world from the Outside to Sable
Sanguine Gateway world from the Outside to the Reich
Seconde The instance of the Nexus Power on the Outside
Ex Machina Home of the External Machine

 

The related Aurellis Game, run by Tim Hart, largely takes place on the Outside, although Aurellis itself is on the Inside.
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