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According to Whitesaber: These West End Game books were released under the Open Game License and have been released by the publisher, Purgatory Publishing, as freely available. The books in question cover the generic d6 system so, assuming it is accurate, you can produce d6 content under the OGL.


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No, third party content for Pathfinder is not automatically open content. However, many third party products do contain open content in whole or in part. The way you can tell is that the product itself tells you. Any OGL product contains a reprint of the OGL license along with a section that indicates what part of the product are Open Game Content and ...


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First, read the OGL carefully. If you're even a bit unclear on what the document legally means you're not yet ready to choose it as a license for your own work. If necessary, consult a lawyer. (Usually only necessary for work that involves significant money, however.) With that said, basically yes. Others can use your OGL-licensed content in the exact same ...


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Is this an actual error, or is it that not all the options are Open Content per the OGL? Sub-races and Archetypes were specifically excluded from the SRD. From Mike Mearls the D&D guru on this. So Wizards is giving just enough information to create new class Archetypes and Sub-races without actually giving away all of their information.


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Some of this was an oversight per a tweet by Mike Mearls. The case cited is the omission of Eldritch Blast from the Warlock cantrip list. The remaining "missing" content should be addressed at the 15 January Q&A on reddit. You will also find that Artifacts (p. 256 SRD 5e) are limited to the Orb of Dragonkind. That item, while it lists the random ...


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What is open content is defined by what is literally present in the SRD itself. Ergo, yes, these are not open content currently. Whether this is an oversight and other options were meant to be made open content, or whether the reference to the three monastic traditions is deliberate because they're leaving in references to non-open content, is to be seen. ...


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Yes Wizards of the Coast has just released the OGL and SRD for 5e D&D. http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/systems-reference-document-srd You can download it for free. Be advised, for each race it only has one sub race, and for each class only one archetype. The spell list is missing a few spells (I saw a Warlock and a Ranger spell missing ...



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