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Column by Scott Thorne
January 30, 2023
This week, columnist Scott Thorne discusses the reinstatement of OGL 1.0a, and offers some picks for RPG Week.
'D&D' Misstep Provides Window for Other Lines
January 30, 2023
Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons & Dragons OGL 1.1 misstep has left a sour taste in the mouths of at least some fantasy RPG fans, and it may be a good time for retailers to reevaluate their fantasy RPG stock.
No New Open Gaming License
January 27, 2023
Wizards of the Coast has responded to pressure from RPG creators, publishers, and fans and abandoned efforts to change the Open Gaming License.
After Disappointing Q4
January 27, 2023
Hasbro will lay off approximately 1,000 employees, around 15% of its global workforce, after a disappointing Q4, the company announced on Thursday.
Petition Demands a Public Statement That Hasbro Cannot Revoke OGL 1.0a
January 26, 2023
Original D&D OGL architect Ryan Dancey's petition to Hasbro and Wizards of the Coast, demanding that they eschew any attempt to deauthorize or revoke OGL v1.0a, is nearing 25,000 signatures on
Column by Scott Thorne
January 23, 2023
This week, Thorne dives into some of the concerns over OGL 1.2.
Social Media Firestorm Has Spurred on Multiple Rumors
January 20, 2023
D&D Beyond addressed some of the misinformation swirling around in the wake of the OGL 1.1 leak controversy.
In New OGL Draft
January 19, 2023
Wizards of the Coast will put the core D&D mechanics in a Creative Commons license, and make other moves to try to restore trust, in a new draft of its Open Gaming License.
With Draft, Comment Period
January 18, 2023
The process will begin with a revised draft OGL, followed by a period in which WotC will collect feedback surveys,
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