- Glad to see you crop up again M'Lord Dylan!!! Long time no hear.
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> I, too feel that the Knowne Worlde Handbook is well worth the
> price! One can often find answers to obscure questions within the
> bounty which it provides, as well as simply being VERY good reading
> on a rainy afternoon. It can also spark ideas which might not
> otherwise come to you. Go For It!
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> I was just wondering if it was worth buying the Knowne World Handbookfor
> $16. Will it help answer alot of the basic questions I (and anynewcomer)
> might have, like what is a Pennsic and how does one become aI've only read a few sections of the Knowne World Handbook but I'd been
> Knight/Prince/King/Baron etc...?
in the SCA for a while before that and didn't find it to be all that
impressive (not that I wouldn't buy a copy if one was going cheaply).
There are some projects underway to create new/updated Knowne World
Handbook type things. I think there is one in Lochac (Australia) but I
haven't heard anything about it for a while.
An online attempt at creating a Knowne World handbook type reference
can be found at http://www.sca.org.au/cunnan/ (thats something of a
plug since its a project I'm heavily involved in).
Tobin Richard, Seneschal of the College of St. Monica, Webminister of
the Canton of