Wizards Of The Coast Walks Back Plans To Revoke Open Gaming License

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<p>Part of the reason Dungeons & Dragons has maintained its dominance in the tabletop gaming scene is not just because it was one of the first to arrive there but because it allowed anyone to use its ruleset and adapt their games to work with it. It’s part of a long-standing agreement called the Open Gaming License (OGL) that has spawned hundreds of third-party and independent TTRPG productions that run off the D&D engine.</p>
 
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It's the best move and they cannot allow others to use their research and study for their own purposes.
 
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