Miscellaneous but noteworthy reads

A couple quick links worth checking out:

  • D20 guru Monte Cook shares his thoughts on the past, present, and future of the Open Game License. In particular, he thinks aloud about what a fourth edition of D&D might mean for the OGL. (And don’t miss part 2 of his essay.)
  • Chris Pramas (of Green Ronin) relates the long and harrowing story of bringing the True20 game system to market. (That’s the first of several posts in the series.) It’s always interesting to get a glimpse at the inner workings of a game company–seeing how difficult it can be to bring a book from the idea phase to publication makes me appreciate the finished work even more.
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