Re: Complete Warrior
- This used to be a fairly touchy subject - so generally what we
suggest is that you describe what kind of feat you're trying to code
without naming it or its source. Asking for help on how to create a
feat that does A and B and has requirements X and Y is fine.
Asking "how do I code feat xyz from Complete Warrior" will more than
likely get a response of "go to codemonkeypublishing.com and ask
them". The hesitancy about discussing Complete Warrior here isn't
because of codemonkeypublishing - I think I can say that with some
authority :) - it's a result of how PCGen's discussions with Wotc
evolved over the last couple of years.
Benevolent Dictator of PCGen
Code Monkey Publishing, Co-Founder
--- In email@example.com, "eleran2" <eleran@t...> wrote:
> Would this preclude you or anyone else associated with PCGen from
> answering a request to help with coding say a feat or something
> from the CW book or any other protected source? I am asking
> I have a character who will be taking a feat from CW at his next
> level and that level will come well before CMP gets around to
> offering the dataset for CW, and I am not yet proficient enough to
> code the feat on my own, although I am trying.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Paul W. King"
> > > Is there anywhere I can find The Complete Warrior or other
> > > books to add to my PCGen?
> > Complete Warrior and the splat books are closed content of WotC.
> > such, PCGen can not distribute them. However, CMP (
> > http://www.codemonkeypublishing.com/ ) has a license to sell
> > sets of WotC's closed content material.
> > Paul W. King
> > OGL SB, PL Chimp, Data Tamarin, TM Lemur, BoD