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04-21-1998, 07:11 PM #1Bryan PalmerGuest
About a month ago Jason Taylor wrote a message to the Birthright
Listserver stating his interest in developing Birthright computer
utilities (particularly a database to help DMs). He requested any input
that we could provide since he had just recently started to play in this
unique genre. I suggest that those of you interested in developing
these utilities send him a message with all the useful suggestions that
you can supply. While you're at it, check out his other utilities at
the URL listed below.
Jason, if you're on the list, I hope I'm not taking too many liberties
but this kind of work can only help us DMs with the taunting amount of
tracking that Birthright requires.
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04-22-1998, 12:46 PM #2DKEvermoreGuest
In a message dated 98-04-21 08:55:03 EDT, you write:
> Actually, you can go to TSR's site, and they have changed the ruling on
> that somewhat. They've broken down all the old "T$R" mumbo jumbo to be a
> simple online policy that I think everyone can live with quite peacefully,
> and it precludes putting everything at the MPGN site. I've quoted the
> "jist" of it below--as in, this is their summation:
> "According to the new policy (above), as long as (1) you're not copying our
> text, (2) you're not copying our art, (3) you're not copying our logos, and
> (4) you're not making money off of it, you can use our properties to make
> your own fan material (within good taste - no porn, etc.). That's it. Make
> your stuff. Have fun."
I stand corrected! This sounds much better. :)
04-22-1998, 10:52 PM #3TriztGuest
As we are talking about Utilities, then I wanted to mention that I'm
configurating CharGen v1.16 by Troels Poulsen for BR (if you happen to have a
later version, please mail me), so for those who don't want to do the job,
just mail me (not the list) and I'll send you the setting files to you as soon
everything is fixed.
I'm rewriteing an old AD&D 1st Ed NPC encounter generator (released for Unix)
for BR, this one will be released for AmigaOS (both m68k and PPC version) and
If I get enough requests, I may continue to develope FREncG (v1.03 can be
found at mpgn) and include support for BR or make an BR specific version.
As we are talking about softwares, what about making an BirthrightMUD? That
could increase the intrest for BR.
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04-23-1998, 08:10 AM #4Manfred V=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Guest
I see you folks out there are busy to get hold of any utilities for BR
But unfortunately everyone seems to use this $&%Â§## DOS- stuff (Na, na
Bill Gates crashed his damned Windows 98 himself), so I'm wondering if
there are any MAC - Users in this list...
As a matter of fact, I'm working on a Filemaker-database for domains
which will be available for members (with Mac) of this list.
But first, to get my work right, I need information, what a database of
this sort should contain (The database is seperated in following
sections: regents, tribes, provinces, realms)
So, would you please be so kind as to send me a message (privately, not
to this list) about what your opinion about the contents of such a
Thanxx in advance
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