It causes limitless issues for creators, together with those that wish to use HPL, REH, CAS, stuff.
It makes folks petrified of sharing a PDF they purchased with their associates to allow them to create PCs.
It makes some OOP video games laborious to search out.
It’s primary objective is to switch cash to Disney and so forth.
I hope that at some point it will look as ridiculous as suing Napster customers is now. Now music entry is principally free for everyone. Should be he identical for books.
I’ve printed a dozen books and my primary hurdle is obscurity, not piracy.
If anybody needs to publish a complement for Dark Fantasy Basic, be my visitor, I’ll be delighted.
If you do not have a few bucks to purchase one one my PDFs, be at liberty to pirate it, no less than till you get the cash. (please put it in the suitable folder this time ).
Nowadays most stuff is funded by KS anyway (not mine, sadly, for geographical causes).
But it would not actually matter what I feel, this will probably be determined by US, China, Disney, and so forth.
With that stated, I feel it is vitally lucky that now we have the SRD, an actual blessing. It makes D&D MORE standard IMO, not much less standard. I’d write a SotDL complement myself if it had a SRD.