Solid.I'll never stop playing D&D. I'll stop buying stuff for it and I'll refuse any and all attempts at making me pay a recurring fee for an online account or whatever, but I'll never stop playing. I hope my friends won't either--it's been too much fun.
it is, which is why it should be changed so it is open (no registration, no reporting, no fee), perpetual and irrevocable.I fear at this point that even if WotC walks back their plans, the well is poisoned. You can no longer trust that WotC will leave the OGL alone like they promised and intended at its creation.
Yeah, I’m feeling like I picked the right time to take an interest in the OSR. Obviously a lot of that is OGL content, but there’s enough that isn’t, and there’s also always homebrew.Folk D&D vs official D&D. We’re still playing AD&D. You don’t need anything more than people to play with, your imagination, and maybe a randomizer.
If we won't make a dent, why boycott? Especially if it's good? I'm all for taking on big business, but you gotta be smart about it. Or take some high ground that really only effects you. Both are reasonable choices.Yea, lots of good fantasy out there.
And if it's a good movie us RPG folk won't make a dent.