Probably.Oh right, that is a good point.
I was not intending for it to be a closed off portion from the playerbase, rather the way I imagined it, the source material be it videos and tables should be accessible the same way the basic PHB is accessible for public consumption.
Really educating people how to play the game should not be something worth monetizing as well as wasting space in the book for. And most of the tables are really just updated tables of previous editions, they should be free.
We shouldn't be paying for names like we did in Xanathar's. These tools should just be made available for all.
Does that work for you or is there another reason I'm perhaps missing here?
My issue is that I play in an environment with restricted access to the web. So if there's anything that's needed during play and is on D&DB or wizards.com, or a lot of other places, then I'm stuck. (It's also why electronic books in any format other than PDF don't work for me.)
But things like "how to play" videos or tools for preparing the game are things I can access in other locations. So that would be fine (for me).