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Thank you kindly, for your amazing work and for published it under the Creative Commons license. I’ve translated the Knave 1.0 into Simplified Chinese(简体中文) translation and posted it for free (CC-BY 4.0) on itch.io, hope you like it.

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Hello,

I've created a Supplement for Knave. It's a group of NPC to be introduced in a Dark Fantasy World: The Parakeets

Hope you like it, feel free to give me any feedback :)

I missed the kickstarter for Knave 2e. Is there any way to late pledge? Would love to get a physical copy of Knave 2e and the Maze Rats book, among the rest of the available content! Looks amazing!

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I'm working on a retro dungeon crawler video game.  I just wanted to thank you for the rules being CC licensed.  I'm using Knave as the core mechanic with some house rules thrown in.  You can see the test of the character creation here.

Thanks again.
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Any updates on Knave v2?

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It's been 3 months since you asked, and there's currently an active Kickstarter for 2e.

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Thank you so much for putting this out under a creative commons license! That is so generous. I used some of your spells (with attribution!) for a Bard class I wrote for The Black Hack 2e. I love that so many of the spells are built as interesting tools rather than magical weapons.

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Hello there!
My name is Ferenc and I am having a small publisher company in Hungary, and we are publishing indie RPGs in Hungarian. Is there any chance to translate and publish Knave?:)

Here is my email: rollinspublisher@gmail.com

All the best,

Ferenc

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Knave is published under a Creative Commons license, so you are free to do anything you want with the text, including translating and selling it, as long as you give attribution to me.

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Thank you very much for your reply! :)

Hello!

 My name is Rogério and I have a small publisher in Brazil, and we publish independent RPGs in Portuguese.  And I would like to know if we could make a translation for Brazil.  :)

  Here is my email: editorialhuginnemuninn@gmail.com

  Best regards,

  Rogério Lobo

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Any suggestions for a good OSR Bestiary? Preferably one that I can buy a physical copy of. Thanks!

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CC1: Creature Compendium from Lulu. You can also get the PDF free from DTRPG.
https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/richard-leblanc/old-school-adventurestm-accessor...

Basic Fantasy also has a large bestiary spread across the core book and both field guides. Due to the quantity across these 3 books, there is also an index to download from their page. You can order physical copies from either Amazon or Lulu, with the exception of Field Guide Volume 2. Do note that the Field Guide Volume 1 print release is much more behind the pdf.
https://basicfantasy.org/downloads.html

For all of these, you could also print the pages out and put them in a binder.

Thanks for the info!

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In Character Creation, under 2, you say "armor comes with an armor defense value." I can't find a reference anywhere else to "armor defense value." There are four results listed under Starting Gear - Armor, but no numbers associated with them. Where do I find the value?

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I found it. On the Item Costs page under Armor. Search doesn't work when using the wrong term. :|

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Thank you for including the .docx file. I've run a few Knave sessions now and am excited to tinker with adding house rules, my own commentary, etc., directly into the file.