On WotC’s fan site kit policy

Yesterday our side of the Twitterverse was in uproar about Wizard’s silly new fan site kit policy.

I usually don’t cover 4th Edition stuff and I’ve decided to stop posting about D&D 4th Edition quite some time ago, but it still angers me, when a company messes with their fans (something that WotC has done several times in the past).

This morning I read an excellent post on “The Seven-Sided Die” about the new “policy”.  If you are even faintly interested about D&D 4th Edition and other Wizards of the Coast products, you should read that post!

Michael Wolf is a German games designer and enthusiast best known for his English language role-playing games blog, Stargazer's World, and for creating the free rules-light medieval fantasy adventure game Warrior, Rogue & Mage. He has also worked as an English translator on the German-language Dungeonslayers role-playing game and was part of its editorial team. In addition to his work on Warrior, Rogue & Mage and Dungeonslayers, he has created several self-published games and also performed layout services and published other independent role-playing games such as A Wanderer's Romance, Badass, and the Wyrm System derivative Resolute, Adventurer & Genius, all released through his imprint Stargazer Games. Professionally, he works as a video technician and information technologies specialist. Stargazer's World was started by Michael in August 2008.

4 thoughts on “On WotC’s fan site kit policy”

    1. I won't. I pretty much lost interest in D&D 4th Edition and why should I blog about it then? But I find it amazing how hard it is for WotC to release a real fan site policy. If you ask me, Pinnacle Entertainment is doing a much better job with their Fan license.

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