Githiaskio

The Winner Is (2021)

We have a winner! The winner of the Amber Zone Contest 2021 (and of $102 at DriveThruRPG) is PoetrySue with the Amber Zone The Githiaskio Mystery.


A great adventure that lets the PCs travel to a number of planets to look for relatives to the Githiaskio. This is a great idea for an adventure and the Githiaskio are a very cool race. Also, the PC’s contact is an uplifted Dolphin (another cool race) that is also an NPC with an interesting background. This could be a one shot adventure, but it could easily be a start of a campaign.


When I will referee this Amber Zone, then I will probably not place it in the Trojan Reach Sector. I would place the adventure closer to the Githiaskio home world in the Antares Sector. Extra complications could involve travelling to Vargr and/or Julian planets.

I would also include an old Droyne Coyn Set that has a Githiaskio symbol, but is missing the Aslan one. A fun thing that you could then do near the end of the adventure is to let the PCs find a brand new coyn set where the human symbol has been replaced with something else (e.g. a Chip or Hhkar).


Githiaskio

Second Place

Second Place (and $60) goes to Timothy Collinson for his Amber Zone, Spindrift.

“A very alien race aquatic called Eroctopi (with a subspecies) and a very interesting adventure where the PCs have to find the truth about what is going on. This is a really good Amber Zone that could work as a starting-point for more adventures.” BeRKA

Kh-Djatsc

Third Place

Third Place (and $40) goes to Neil Lucock for his Amber Zone, The Kh-Djatsc.

“This Amber Zone presents a really alien race and an interesting story about a colonization conflict with them. I just wish there were 500 more words that described the Kh-Djatsc and maybe a better image of them.” BeRKA

Kh-Djatsc

Kh-Djatsc

All Contest Entries have now been posted – 2021

All Contest Entries of the Amber Zone Contest – 2021 have now been posted. There are the 11 entries. Which one is your favourite?

  1. Hold Your Horses by Will Post
  2. Milk Run by Will Post
  3. The Hunt by Craig Oliver
  4. The Kh-Djatsc by Neil Lucock
  5. The Gods of Yesterday by Patrick Kanouse
  6. The Githiaskio Mystery by PoetrySue
  7. Night of Terrors by Marcus Maxiumus
  8. The Breakout by Alegis Downport
  9. Spindrift by Timothy Collinson
  10. Don’t Stick Your Nose In by Ade Stewart and Julian Prietz
  11. 28 Centuries later by Ewan Quibell