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    Some time ago, there were comments in this forum about writing a "Book of Guildcraft" that would complete the "Books of Scions" series made by TSR. Personally I believe the guilder is the most challenging character class in Birthright, and I'm looking for rules to simulate the creation and growth of commerce guilds. So the question is:

    Is the "Book of Guildcraft" project dead?

    If not, do you need any help?

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    I don't think the project is dead. I think it may be delayed as the people involved in that project work on fully converting Birthright to 3e.
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    But this wasn't already made? I mean, there is a conversion manual from 2nd to 3e in the download section of this page.

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    the project certainly isnt dead, but we want to finish the 3e edition first before we jump into a new project.
    when we have the new set of rules finished we will work on the other projects

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    Of course. Now i understand: the D20 team is rewriting the full Birthright Campaign Setting to 3e format, not only the rulebook. Wow. Sorry, but I continue using 2nd Edition, and I have ignored all postings about 3e until now. Well, I suppose we'll have to wait for the Book of Guildcraft project. And who knows? Maybe the new Birthright 3e is what I need to change to 3e rules...

    Thanks

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