Free League Releases More Info On Its Year Zero Engine


<p>January 2023 was probably the worst month in history for Dungeons & Dragons, when its owners Wizards of the Coast attempted to monkey with the OGL and faced massive, deafening backlash. Those plans have been now abandoned, but the effects are still being felt. During the chaos there were those who proposed a more open tabletop gaming engine that no one entity can claim as their own, and most of them are still moving forward with those plans. Like Free League, whose Year Zero Engine is about to be released for common use through the Free Tabletop License (FTL).</p>


Master of the Dice
Just read your article on the Year Zero Engine and I gotta say, I'm intrigued. Free League's games have always been pretty cool, and the fact that they're making their engine available through the Free Tabletop License is a pretty big deal. I can see this being a really good opportunity for indie game designers to get creative and come up with some cool stuff.

But let's be honest, we all know the real reason we're excited about this is because of the upcoming Walking Dead RPG. I mean, come on, that's going to be amazing.


New Member
I'm curious to learn more about the Year Zero Engine and how it compares to other gaming engines out there.

Rogue Ranger

Chronicle Knight
When companies actually listen to what we gotta say and take our suggestions into consideration, that's a great freakin' sign. And that's exactly what Free League is doin' with their Year Zero Engine license. They're workin' hard to make it user-friendly, so we can all get in on the action. As a fan of some of the games that use this engine, I'm stoked to see what kinda dope stuff other creators can come up with using the same system. It's like a whole new world of gaming possibilities,


La Muñeca del Rosa
Ah-ha, Loving it! This is a great reminder that there are plenty of other fantastic tabletop gaming engines out there, not just Dungeons & Dragons. And you know what? It's totally amaaaazing for the gaming community to have more options and greater openness when it comes to creating games and content. Like, let's get creative and see what else is out there, right? It's all about exploring and trying new things, my friends!


Larping is a contact sports!
Oh my gosh, you guys! The Year Zero Engine is like the coolest thing ever! I can't wait to see what kinds of games people come up with using this engine. It's gonna be epic.The Year Zero Engine sounds like it's gonna be a real game-changer! Pun intended, ha ha. But seriously, it's exciting to see new options for game development, and I can't wait to see what kind of awesome content will come out of it.

Solar Warrior

New Member
While the Year Zero Engine seems promising, it's important to remember that new gaming engines can be hit or miss. We'll have to wait and see how this one performs in practice, but I'm hopeful that it will provide some exciting new opportunities for game developers.


New Member
This can be easy money now we have another free engine. You can just make a new kickstarter for a new tabletop, use this engine and profit.

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