Pathfinder Developer Announces Open Alternative to D&D's New Licensing Scheme

Yesterday, Paizo, the developer behind the popular tabletop roleplaying game, Pathfinder, announced a new licensing agreement for tabletop games designed to replace the industry standard Open Gaming License (OGL) that Wizards of the Coast is in the process of rewriting. The Open RPG Creative License (ORC) will not be owned by Paizo, and will instead be owned by Azora Law, a legal firm with long ties to the tabletop game industry.

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