Re: Known World Handbook
- Dear Jane,
I am not 100% sure what the latest version has in it. My copy is a
couple of decades out of date. I look on mine as ideal for a group to
own, pretty good for someone in their first few months, and not bad
for someone up to a couple of years. There is probably not much for
someone who has been in longer as they generally will have other
resources available to them by that time. Or, if you are part of a
very small group, it would probably be useful. On the other hand, if
you are part of a large, very active and friendly group, you are
unlikely to need anything in the book at all!
Mine has comments on beginner garb, feast gear, camping, armor (Very
out of date!), some simple heraldry and things of that nature.
To be honest, you can find most of that stuff on line these days.
I recommend looking at someone elses copy or try the Chatelaine's
Table at your next event to see if they have a copy you could look
--- In scanewcomers@y..., Jane Allard Gray
> Is this something that is really worthwhile, even
> after being involved for some time, or is it basic
> info that you can easily pick up in a short time?
> What are the contents? I can't find a description of
> it anywhere. iow, is it worth the money?
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