When making a game with a ton of cards, and unique pieces such as the dual layer character sheets, it may seem odd to offer a PnP as it would be expensive for gamers to assemble.
After some discussion with the PnP community, and observing other game KSs, I decided that LoN should still have a pledge level for PnP. If you think about it, the cost can be kept relatively cheap as there is zero production required for them (other than making the PDFs, which is not complicated).
So LoN will have a PnP tier, for $6 USD, in the KS. But prior to that the PnP community had a few people willing to create my game from scratch , so I made the files and sent it off to one of them. This person, Martin Gonzalvez, had some great feedback on how to better alter the PnPs to meet the basic needs of the community. I figured it best to share a few recommendations here:
1 - All card files should be on a 9card grid, with 1pixel wide cut lines running between them all.
2 - If you are including backs, they should be on the second page. All cards will print best if they are centred with same size space around cards.
3 - Reminder cards and standees, and similar things with two sides, should be set so they can be printed and folded (with a dotted fold line).
4 - Arrange tokens so that two sided print images will line up perfect when cut.
5 - If making a game board, segment it into letter size sheets or smaller, and safe those PDFs. You can still make a large PDF in case someone wants to print that way, but no required.
The game is ready for PnP, and one player already has it made. Hope this helps create some more buzz about Novus!
Here is a sample of the PnP made by someone: