IIRC, Code Monkey Publishing received it in 2002 or 2003, and it
wasn't renewed last November. Because of that, you are on your own.
2.8 was before we went OGL completely - when we did that, all WotC
Closed Content was removed. That was fall 2002, when we did a bunch
of un-hardcoding (and lots of syntax changes), and became OGL and
D20stl complaint as of 4.0 (we've since decided to drop the D20stl
license.) I know 2.7.3 was the last release with the closed content,
but since it was compatible with a few releases, some ppl used old
data with newer versions. By 4.0, the data no longer worked in PCGen
due to necessary syntax changes to un-hardcode a bunch of OGL rules.
On 11/3/07, jseturtle2 <jturtle@...> wrote:
> When did CM get the rights to Forgotten Realms sources? (in terms of
> PCGen releases) I had PCGen 2.8 or something like that, and then did
> nothing until PCGen 5.12 (the newest) The PCGen I had used Forgotten
> Realms as one of the sources, but I don't know at this point if it came
> with the package or I purchased it separately (I'm always downloading
> extra sources for engines -- you should see my collections for
> HeroGame's HeroDesigner, and NWN's editor).
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
PCGen LST Chimp