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Greetings everyone. Just wanted to drop in a bit of news from Gypsy Knights Games on this Sunday morning.

1> I have received word that the print proof for Wondrous Menagerie: Uplifts in Clement Sector is en route to GKG headquarters. If the proof passes inspection, the print version of the book will be available soon.

2> Speaking of Wondrous Menagerie, Steve Attwood over at Alegis Downport has posted an excellent review of the book on that blog. If you're interested in seeing what he thought of the book, just follow this link:

3> I will be a guest at Mysticon in Roanoke, VA this weekend. I will be running a game on Friday evening and two games on Saturday as well as participating in a few panels. If you're interested in attending, you can follow this link: However, I must warn you that the hotel is already sold out and the last posting I saw from the con indicated that there were less than 50 badges left to be sold.

I will be running "The Slide" at 9pm on Friday, "Just What The Doctor Ordered" at 11am on Saturday, and "The Insignificant 9" at 9pm on Saturday.

4> Wendy's Guide to the Fleets of Cascadia is still in the final stages of development. Our second of the five Wendy's Guides will be available in early to mid-March.

5> I will be attending MACE West on March 24-26 in Asheville, NC. This will be my first visit to this convention and we're really looking forward to it. Tons of gaming!! If you'd like to know more, just click on this link:

6> I am still in the midst of primary writing for "The Slide", a campaign adventure which should see publication soon. We're aiming for April.

7> I will be a guest at RavenCon on April 28-30 in Williamsburg, VA. This will be my first visit to this convention as well and I've heard only good things about it. Looking forward to being there! If you'd like to know more about RavenCon, just click this link:

Enjoy your day!

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Hi everyone! Just a bit of Gypsy Knights Games news on this lovely Friday.

1> In case you missed it, Wondrous Menagerie: Uplifts in Clement Sector is available in PDF form. If you're interested in buying it, you can pick it up at any of these locations:



Open Gaming Store:


2> Speaking of Wondrous Menagerie, The Rocky Mountain Navy has posted a kind review on that blog. You can read that here:

3> And since I brought up blogs, Steve Attwood over at Alegis Downport has posted a cool image of a Rucker-class Merchant performing re-entry:

4> Wendy's Guide to the Fleets of Cascadia Subsector is currently in the latter stages of development. You can expect to see this in March.

5> The Slide, a Clement Sector pirate adventure, is in the middle stages of development. We're hoping to bring this to you in April.

6> In two weeks, I'll be a guest at Mysticon in Roanoke, VA. If you're in the area, come by and say hello. My understanding is that the convention hotel is sold out but that there are still memberships available.

7> On March 24-26, I will be running Clement Sector games at MACE West in Asheville, NC. We'd love to see you there if you can make it. This will be out first time at MACE West and we are really looking forward to it. If you're interested in the convention, you can find out more here:

8> On April 28-30, I will be a guest at RavenCon in Williamsburg, VA. This will be our first time at RavenCon as well and we're excited to be going. If you'd like to learn more about the convention, you can do so here:

Have a great weekend!

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Wondrous Menagerie: Uplifts in Clement Sector is now available at Drive-thru RPG and RPGNow.  You can pick up your copy at the link!

Time to get wild!

Ever since the earliest days of genetic manipulation, humanity has been breeding animals to make them more useful tools for humanity.  Dogs and cats became domesticated.  Horses were made to be larger and stronger.  Cows bred to give more milk.  Rats have been used in scientific experimentation.   As targeted genetic manipulation began to be used in conjunction with body manipulation and cyberware, uplifting animals to not only higher intelligence but also the ability to walk upright and manipulate tools became commonplace.  Uplifted animals, while often shunned by some humans and even hated by others, are now common sights within modern Clement Sector.

Within these pages, you will find the wide variety of uplifts which populate the Clement Sector setting.  Everything from the common House Cat which can now request its dinner to the uplifted Apes that form the backbone of some armies to the Class 2 Uplifted Bear which acts as security for your ship's crew. 

And it's not just Earth animals which have been uplifted.  Here you will meet the Yeti from Campbell (Cascadia 0408), the Kraken from Minerva (Franklin 0401), and the Quetzals from Tal'Kalares (Franklin 0105). 

Wondrous Menagerie delves into the lives of uplifts, how the various worlds of Clement Sector treat them, and how humans react to them.  Also included is the Uplift slave career for those characters which have escaped the worlds where uplifts are seen as tools rather than fellow sentients. 

Wondrous Menagerie is intended for use with the Clement Sector setting and rules.  However, these uplifts can easily be used for any science fiction game or setting.

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Here we have a group of uplifted Gorillas from the Serapis Security Force. Harlan Grant, the “Brother Leader” of Serapis (Franklin 0108), owns several uplifted Bears and Apes which he refers to as his “curiosities”. These uplifts were brought by slave dealers after Grant took power and have been used as labor, military forces, and entertainment by the dictator.

You can learn more about uplifted Apes, Bears, and other animals in our newest book.  Wondrous Menagerie: Uplifts in Clement Sector will be available in PDF on February 3.

Art by Bradley Warnes.

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Hey #TravellerRPG gamers, look what arrived. It's beautiful and going on sale at DriveThruRPG shortly.

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A trio of uplifted Dolphins consult with their human coworker in the Hewson Sea on Franklin (Franklin 0506). The Reformed Catholic Church, which is the official religion of Franklin, calls for the equal treatment of all of God’s sentient creatures. For this reason, uplifts are considered to be equals under Frankonian law and the majority of believers will treat uplifts as they would other humans. This has led to a number of Uplifts choosing to live on the planet.

You can learn more about uplifted Dolphins, where they live, and about human reactions to them in Gypsy Knights Games' newest book. Wondrous Menagerie: Uplifts in Clement Sector will be available in PDF on February 3.

Art by Bradley Warnes.


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Our friend Steve Attwood over at Alegis Downport has posted a review of Ships of Clement Sector 17: Atlas-class Freighter. If you'd like to see what Steve had to say about the freighter and its variants, just click the link.

Thanks Steve!

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21 Starport Places has been updated! If you have previously purchased the original, you should be able to download the update from your "Updates" page in your Account on DTRPG.

If you haven't purchased the original, why wait? Pick up the new version today!

Location! Location! Location!

Do your characters need a place to have some fun? Do they need a place where they can eat? Do they need a place to rest their heads? We've got a place for all those things and more!

21 Starport Places provides 21 new and varied locations designed to be used with our Clement Sector setting but could be useful in any science fiction. Places as varied as The Lucky Horseshoe Casino, The Plasma Nightclub, a Second Reformation Church chapel, and a trauma unit.

Visit Big Al's Biscuits! Have your ship customized in The Chrome Shop! Compete against your friends at Holowars!

21 Starport Places provides full descriptions of all 21 places as well as NPCs who might be encountered there. In addition, each location has a detailed floor plan.

Like all our products, the main intention of this book is to provide an extra spark to the Referee's imagination.

Get yours here:

“Uplifts are almost everywhere now. It’s just a fact of life so I guess people just have to get over it. Me and some of my mates walked into a bar not too long ago. They had a Bear working in there entertaining the uplift patrons. All these years and it is still weird to me. Although this Bear was called “Ursula Majoris” so, at least, someone still had a sense of humor about it.” – Dak Elliot, engineering hand on the Egata Mining vessel Golden Calf

From Gypsy Knights Games' "Wondrous Menagerie: Uplifts in Clement Sector" coming to PDF on February 3.

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Coming soon!

Art by Bradley Warnes. Cover design by Stephanie McAlea.

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