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  1. Amazing, I was literally *just* looking for hordes of orcs, kobolds, and undead..

  2. What license is the Traveller released under?

    Is it free but still copyrighted or have they put in the public domain?
    .-= Chris Tregenza´s last blog ..Super-Secret Project at Con-Quest Next Week =-.

  3. greywulf says:

    @Jay Synchronicity is a wonderful thing :D

    @Chris As far as I can tell, Classic Traveller is still very much under copyright – the terms haven’t changed, only the price.

    However, I did hear a rumour that Talislanta is now released under the Creative Commons. That’s something I need to check out and verify.

  4. EltonJ says:

    Creative Commons doesn’t mean it’s in the public domain, though.
    .-= EltonJ´s last blog ..Nations of the Humans: Devonshire =-.

  5. greywulf says:

    @Elton Very true, but it does mean that the copyright holder has granted rather more freedom to use his works than is usual or standard under law.

    According to the footer, Talislanta is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License which means anyone can share, copy and distribute the work (provided you do it with attribution), and to do anything further (modify, sell commercially or derivate) you must contact the author for permission.

    Sounds fair to me :D

  6. EltonJ says:

    Yes. Very true. :)
    .-= EltonJ´s last blog ..Nations of the Humans: Devonshire =-.

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