Free the dragons

Posted by Matthew on January 15th, 2016

Dungeons & Dragons

For those interested in creating and selling Dungeons & Dragons content, things are starting to look up. Wizards of the Coast recently unveiled the Open-Gaming License (OGL) for Fifth Edition, as well as a website called Dungeon Masters Guild.

Previously Wizards of the Coast have had an OGL system in place with D&D Third Edition. This allowed anyone to publish content under the official d20 rules. This played no small part in what is commonly regarded as a tabletop renaissance, as multiple small groups published supplements and games based on the d20 system. These included such current juggernauts as Pathfinder and Mutants & Masterminds.

Website Reference: Dungeon Masters Guild; System Reference Document

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