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Re: Expansion books for D&D 3/3.5

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  • Josh Johnston
    ... Coast. ... Additionally, Paizo has stated repeatedly that nothing in Dungoen or Dragon are OGL content. They had one article, which I don t recall at the
    Message 1 of 16 , Apr 30, 2007
      --- In pcgen@yahoogroups.com, Stefan Radermacher <radermacher@...> wrote:
      >
      > Jay wrote:
      >
      > > It would probably be spelled out in the original licensing
      > > agreement. But even if Paizo holds the copyright to an adventure --
      > > let's use the Age of Worms Campaign Arc as an example -- it likely
      > > could not be distributed without permission from Wizards of the Coast
      > > as it uses material that is trademarked or copyrighted by WotC (The
      > > Rod of Seven Parts, Kyuss, etc.) and is probably the reason that an
      > > AoW hardcover is not going to be published.
      >
      > Paizo personnel have stated on multiple occasions that everything
      > published in Dragon and Dungeon magazines is owned by Wizards of the
      Coast.
      >
      > Stefan.
      >

      Additionally, Paizo has stated repeatedly that nothing in Dungoen or
      Dragon are OGL content. They had one article, which I don't recall at
      the moment, that was OGL, but nothing else they have published is.
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