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    Hello,

    Is anyone aware if creating a pc game based on the Birthright setting needs any special permissions? I plan on NOT using the domain rules, or even d&d rules for that matter, but rather something of my own creation. I do plan on using the stories and relationships that Birthright provides for. Does anyone know anything about this or should I go find out at WOTC?

    Terence

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    Originally posted by mrfreezie@Jul 30 2004, 09:37 AM
    Hello,

    Is anyone aware if creating a pc game based on the Birthright setting needs any special permissions? I plan on NOT using the domain rules, or even d&d rules for that matter, but rather something of my own creation. I do plan on using the stories and relationships that Birthright provides for. Does anyone know anything about this or should I go find out at WOTC?

    Terence
    Yes. It is all IP of WotC. See the faq thread for the 'contract' that the 'official fansites' must follow for at least an idea of what you need to think about.
    Duane Eggert

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