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answered Is Shaundakul still alive in 5e?
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revised Does flanking always grant advantage, or is it up to discussion?
minor grammar fixes + changed "Dnd" next to "D&D 5e"
Dec
29
answered Does flanking always grant advantage, or is it up to discussion?
Dec
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revised Making a rules-light non-combat version of Call of Cthulhu
added 2640 characters in body
Dec
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answered Making a rules-light non-combat version of Call of Cthulhu
Dec
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revised What fantasy systems center on evil characters and specifically the consequences of being evil?
fixed a minor typo
Dec
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awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
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comment What kind of SF horror does Eclipse Phase lend itself to?
@GMJoe No, it doesn't, and you're wrong about that. The aim of this Q was to get a concise summary that could easily be referenced (and that would spare new users the hassle of having to read through tons of material.) "Assume I'm Darth Vader" doesn't mean I'm literally Darth Vader, and it reveals practically nothing about the depth of my knowledge about Darth Vader. -.-
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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comment Is it legally okay to blog a D&D 5e story (actual play)
@Lilienthal I (the OP) have definitely NOT started such a blog yet. The whole point of my Q was to learn in_advance whether it would be okay, and avoid any problems (by NOT starting a blog if it's not officially okay.) I am NOT infringing on WotC copyright (nor or anyone else's.) I have no idea what led you to believe and state the contrary.
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Is it legally okay to blog a D&D 5e story (actual play)
Hi Randall, I've upvoted your convincing and thorough answer, and thank you for it. I'd like to point out though that my primary concern is the relatively unknown legal waters (at least to me) of the current 5th edition. I suppose I'd have no qualms about starting a blog about our 3.5 (or d6 SW, Cthulhu, Savage Worlds, etc) adventures, as I've seen, as you mention, countless examples for such both in writing and on video. 5th ed. though... I'm not sure how protective WotC is of it at the moment. Logic would indeed dictate that the more buzz the better sales - but who knows? :) Thanks again.
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asked Is it legally okay to blog a D&D 5e story (actual play)