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Hi all, check out the content I added to my tactics RPG

balthatrix

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Overmap prototype, Cleric and Rogue classes with a couple starter abilities each:
 

J1M

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Have you figured out the new OGL requirements you need to meet to use 5e rules?
 

balthatrix

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Hiya, great question. I'm not sure about "new" requirements, as I've never read the OGL prior to 5.1. The best resource I was able to find to interpret the thing without a lawyer is here:
http://theangrygm.com/save-vs-lawsuit-how-to-publish-dd-content/

Essentially, I can't mention "D&D" in my official marketing materials (I fudged this a bit if you count my videos as marketing materials I guess. I may just take them down once it's time to kickstart or get funding.) Also, I need to differentiate between content that is open-gaming content, and content that is my own intellectual property. These are the two big ones, but do tell me if you have any additional insights.
 

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