# Has Brian Jacques's estate licensed the Redwall IP for an official role-playing game?

Pretty much what it says on the tin. Is there an RPG system that has been licensed for the Redwall setting created by Brian Jacques? I expect the answer to be "No" so as a follow up, has there been any material created to re-skin an existing system to take place in that setting?

• Considering the answer you have accepted, I don’t think the edit here was fair—the answer you have accepted is a poor one to the question you have changed this too. I think this should be reverted and re-closed. The question as-is might be acceptable, but not if it’s a none-too-subtle dodge around the ban on game-rec questions. Apr 3 '20 at 16:58
• @KRyan I was wary of the question even when suggesting the edit that was eventually made to the title and still concerned when the question's body was so lightly edited. Yet the title specifies licensing, so I figured it was acceptable as, essentially, a games-industry question like Who owns the license to produce an RPG based on this IP? While not a great question as such information is usually pretty readily available, an answer may still require some digging (cf. here) and expertise in evaluating results, if any. Apr 3 '20 at 18:26
• @KRyan (Not that I want to see the site deluged by questions of who holds what license for every obscure IP—such questions are better-suited to an author's forums or by contacting the author or her representatives directly—, but the Redwall IP is a big enough deal that I figured it'd be okay; we're not talking, like, Thursday Next here or anything, even though I wish we were.) Apr 3 '20 at 18:29