OGL (including D&D3e, D&D3.5e, d20 SRD, OGL)
- I think I should at least learn the system, since I've never played a game of it. And in learning the system I'm probably going to find things that I want to change. So that'll lead me to producing some incremental piece of OGL that can be added to the general mass of OGL. Or ignored.
- I'm intrigued that most people say it has a cinematic style of play. I never figured D&D was all that cinematic. I always thought it was quite like wargaming with hundreds of hit points. Not sure if that is cinemtic... but I guess it's not realistic! Feats possibly make it more cinematic than it was before.
- I do know that I have no plans to do anything with, or learn much about, other games that are available under the OGL. I will use OGL to mean "d20" flavour OGL material. You may find interest in other OGL games of course. Currently the Action! system is also OGL. There are probably others.
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© Gregor Hutton Monday, April 12, 2004