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Dungeons & Dragons new rules will be available for content creators to use

They're being published with the Creative Commons License.

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It has been over a year since Wizards of the Coast made everyone mad with their proposed changes to the OGL, and now we have a shiny new license that supposedly will give content creators similar access to publish their own creations based on D&D's ruleset.

The Creative Commons License will kick into effect when the next lot of rulebooks are published, and they will in theory let people make whatever they want using D&D's rules. Considering how popular D&D is, this is a huge help for people who make a living off TTRPG creations.

However, there are some concerns about not everything being available under the CCL. For example, the Systems Reference Document 5.1 only gave access to one subclass per class, meaning creators had to come up with their own systems to allow players more variety in their campaigns. 5.2 of the SRD will hopefully contain a lot more content, but once again the ball is in Wizards' court.

Dungeons & Dragons new rules will be available for content creators to use
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