We’ve been threatening it for weeks, but we finally did it. Friend of the network and actual lawyer Priyanko “Pranks” Paul breaks down WotC’s OGL and answers your legal questions about using the license. Turns out, it’s way less scary than it looks!

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3 comments on 7. Modifier Gets A Lawyer!

  1. Regarding the “Potation” discussion: You mentioned that Potation means a beverage in a brewing context, but doesn’t have a specific legal meaning. I think that might be exactly what WotC was attempting to cover. DnD-themed beer is pretty common among DnD fans who also homebrew.

  2. Pranks says:

    That is a fascinating theory, and one I hadn’t considered.

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