Friday, November 12, 2010

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4 comments:

Kevin said...

First, thanks for this parser. FG would be less than half as useful without it, my players and I appreciate it.

I was wondering about how you get the parser to connect to the compendium to verify D&D Insiders. I've been thinking up ways to share published adventure modules for FG with the community without invoking WotC's wrath. If I can set up an application to screen Insiders before they download, there shouldn't be a problem, right? Do you have any ideas?

Thanks again,
- Kevin

J said...

Distributing WOTC's Intellectual Property without the expressed written permission of WOTC is illegal.

Kevin said...

I'm certainly not trying to screw Wizards over, I just don't want people who have all the pdfs of adventures to have to spend hours putting it into FG themselves. I should ask Wizards themselves what the best thing to do is, is what you're saying?
Thanks,
- Kevin

J said...

If you can get written permission to distribute WOTC's intellectual property over the internet, more power to you.

However, I've never heard of anyone managing to do such a thing with 4E.