That would be really great, but requires two different WotC policy decisions: 1. Open up the Guild to Greyhawk content (this seems inevitable in time). 2. Allow content which isn't based on the 5th Edition rules on the Guild (this seems much less likely to me).Someone should start a petition to get these on the dmsguild. And let [MENTION=697]mearls[/MENTION]; know
There is? The Content Guidelines seem pretty clear about the current rules:There is non 5th content. And I remember them saying they would allow non 5th third party content. But I don’t recall any.
DMsGuild said:You can use the 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons system.
You cannot publish content in previous rules systems (OD&D, Basic, AD&D, 2nd Ed, 3rd Ed, 3.5, 4th Ed).
Ah, I understand. I think the only non-5th Edition content available is the WotC/TSR content which was originally on the D&D Classics site, and WotC aren't bound by the DM's Guilde content limitations. But in the case of the Living Greyhawk adventures, I don't think WotC could publish those adventures themselves, because of the rights issues. I'd be very much in favour of them being released, but I'm not optimistic about WotC permitting anyone else to publish non-5th Edition content.Please note I made a distinction from 3rd party publishers.