Hello everyone, I saw there was a post in existence already so I decided to write here directly...
I am the author of gothic-fantasy setting based on True20, La Notte Eterna
Now, together with a group of RPG lovers, I am planning to publish several chapters from the True20 Player's Handbook, the Adept, Expert, Warrior's Handbooks and True20 Bestiary. We are specifically choosing fantasy-related chapters, leaving out everything futuristic.
Some chapters had already been translated by Wyrd Edizioni (another Italian publisher) and we are making sure to use their translation. However, good part of the material had never been translated into Italian and my collaborator took the time to do it (we have been working on it for two years, but are almost there!).
I have read the True20 License, even signed and mailed one last year. However, like Kendermage before me, I have some doubts of my own:
1) Are we allowed to publish several chapters from various True20 books within the Underdark expansion of our True20-based setting? I know about the title which cannot start with True20, and I also know I will need to include the copyright notice and logo.
2) Are we allowed to make profit from selling our True20-based setting?
3) If we publish the setting with a new publisher, should I file a new signed License?
4) Is it possible to obtain a countersigned copy of said License by submitting a pre-stamped return envelope?
Please help us!! We want to make sure we do things right and don't breach any license.