Made game based on book series.Should i ask for copyright from author?


I have made a card game based on a book series. Am I supposed to take copyright from the author to publish it?

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Yes, to avoid any litigation, you have to take the permission from the author before publishing the cards. A book which has been published is protected from any kind of copying - directly or for ideas, under the Intellectual Property Protection (IPR).


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