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    Birthright, Fantasy Grounds, 5e and 2e rulesets

    Hello,

    Have "we" (I use royal we here meaning this community) ever thought of teaming up with Fantasy Grounds and getting modules for Birthright for 5e and 2e that we can play using fantasy grounds?

    Also, does anyone have any experience using fantasy grounds? I still am running a primarily pen and paper Birthright campaign using 2e rules at the moment.

    Best,
    Messy1

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    I haven't heard of them before, so I suspect the answer is 'no'

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    WotC has not been willing to let anyone officially develop Birthright or Cerilia in 5ed so I doubt they would sanction apps to specialise for it, even if they have already licensed the apps to work with D&D. The BRCS community cannot act on behalf on WotC to make any commercial agreements to produce commercial products related to Birthright 2e or 5e. The Birthright IP is still owned by WotC.

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