One can imagine the creators of La Notte Eterna sweating bullets while watching the fallout from Wizards of the Coast’s ill-fated OGL debacle, as they prepared to offer a product whose main selling point was that it was D&D compatible. Would they have to pay extra fees? Would it be rejected on sight by angry fans? Fortunately Wizards reversed course just in time for Italian publishing house Ali Ribelli Edizioni to launch the crowdfunding campaign for their tabletop RPG. It was a success after all, breaking its funding goal in 20 minutes and, as of this writing, soared to four times that amount.