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So I've been flipping through the DC Adventures rulebook, and a lot of the terms are changing up: "feat" is now "advantage" for example... is this part of a move away from the OGL on the part of Green Ronin? Will future versions of Mutants and Masterminds not be OGL?

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I believe so. I can't find where they state that outright, but they discuss the future of the M&M Superlink license and say it'll be just like True20 licensing, and True20 is OGL at the core.

Oh, actually, Steve Kenson stated explicitly on RPGNet that yes, it will be.

The OGC portion of the M&M 3E rules can be found at (site working as of March 16, 2015). While this site may not be available in the future, the OGC license does not have an expiration date.

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I know this is an old question, but I figured I'd improve this answer with the link to the content in question, now that it exists. – Jeff Mar 16 '15 at 21:29

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