Monday, July 13, 2009

Pathfinder D20 SRD Site

I don't play Pathfinder (although I'd be happy to play a pick up game), but I find sites like the D20SRD and now the Pathfinder D20SRD to be great resources. The D20SRD's "About" page says it well: it's a fast reference guide, it's more durable (we'll see!) than books, increases accessibility, and aids learning.

3 comments:

jreyst said...

Hey guys, my names John, I am the one who started the http://www.d20pfsrd.com site. Glad to see people are noticing it! Please let me know if anyone has any suggestions or comments and as always, I'm always looking for help. Its not hard and doesn't require any advanced website editing skills so if you have a bit of spare time and would like to help improve the site, email me at jreyst@gmail.com. Thanks!

JDJarvis said...

Is it safe to be using pathfinder art on the d20pfsrd ? I understand posting the rules really isn't an issue but the art is generally not copyright free non-IP.

jreyst said...

I only use art that is allowed under the Pathfinder Community Use license, which is any art in the Community Use packages (such as the class iconics) and art posted on the Paizo blog (but not photos).

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