I would like to make a better version of the DnDBeyond spell search tool (mainly so I do not need to overcomplicate this answer), but I would like to know if abiding by a layman's reading of the 'Fan Content Policy' would be sufficient to do so?
The gist of the policy is:
In short, your use of Wizards’ IP in your Fan Content is governed by the same rules you learned on the playground: share freely, keep it clean, and don’t hurt others.
And then lists in plain English (i.e. not legalese) some points to abide by.
The policy is fairly simple, but I want to be certain that my intended use case doesn't fall foul of this policy (say, some spells are some how excluded), or others I haven't seen, without involving lawyers or other paid legal services.
The only potential issue is that I intend to allow filtering and sorting over information extracted from text.
Although my understanding of the policy is that my intended 'content', I'm seeking advice about it, hopefully people who have used it or been involved in its use before. I'm strictly not seeking legal advice.