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    Masterplan for 4e "content" block

    I recently have gotten a hold of the 4e Masterplan but there is a block put in place that makes it impossible to access the books for the Masterplan tool. Does anyone have anyway to get past these blocks?
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    @Scrivener of Doom, you know anything about this?
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    I understand the author of Masterplan was sent a c&d and that he responded by restricting Masterplan from reading the official stat blocks (I'm assuming that the OP means stat blocks rather than books).

    Most of us using Masterplan use a cracked version without this restriction.
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    I would be very interested in getting this set up myself.
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