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    A Prodigious Title on the Disposition of the Subject of Pathfinder Society and FG

    The answer is yes, you can copy campaigns *



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    Mike Brock has indicated Vic Wertz, the technical officer, has no problem with campaign copying. Paizo has no problem with this, but do not violate copyright law. Both GM's must have a copy of the scenario, and any third party material must be removed because of said copyright laws. This will mean anything not ripped from the Scenario PDF or from stock Fantasy Grounds must be removed.


    Hope this is clear. Godspeed and good luck pathfinders.

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    Yay!
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    Dun dun duuuuuun!
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    I want it all! Get slaving.

    On a side note, do we now need a method to prove valid ownership of scenarios? I personally would rather not post my watermark with my contact info on the open public forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickademus View Post
    I want it all! Get slaving.

    On a side note, do we now need a method to prove valid ownership of scenarios? I personally would rather not post my watermark with my contact info on the open public forum.
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    Skellan said 'anything'. I want season 6. Would be nice to have a head start. Get that time machine fired up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickademus View Post
    On a side note, do we now need a method to prove valid ownership of scenarios? I personally would rather not post my watermark with my contact info on the open public forum.
    Yes, I'd like to know what is the recommended way for a GM to confirm that the person they're sending the FG module too has purchased the scenario PDF.
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    Also, just for complete clarity, does this cover Paizo modules and adventure paths too? The statement above mentions "scenario PDF" so is this limited to PFS scenarios only?
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    This is great news!

    I've started a thread here where GMs can list what they are willing to share privately: http://www.fantasygrounds.com/forums...ilable-modules
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trenloe View Post
    Yes, I'd like to know what is the recommended way for a GM to confirm that the person they're sending the FG module too has purchased the scenario PDF.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nickademus View Post
    I personally would rather not post my watermark with my contact info on the open public forum.
    Exactly, There are a few guys I trust here but just random GM's, I don't think so.....There could then be a whole other way for someone to scam the person thats suppose to be proving he has it. Is the GM that is sharing going to have to prove he actually has it also. I have no clue how this can work. To be quite honest I don't think they have thought this portion out. It is so very, very, very, very awesome that we are being allow to do this, but it seems that really the only way to police this is simple trust between 2 people, I don't see anyway to prove validity without taking a risk of breaking confidentiality....How do they validate on Roll20?


    Quote Originally Posted by Trenloe View Post
    This is great news!

    I've started a thread here where GMs can list what they are willing to share privately: http://www.fantasygrounds.com/forums...ilable-modules
    Awesome!

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