Some old D&D products such as Oriental Adventures (1e) and Fiend Folio (1e) have a disclaimer at the bottom of their DMs Guild listings.
Despite that indie success, though Orion says they never really got any work from WotC, although some ideas were stolen.
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This week model Lizbeth Eden was kicked out of the Magic Creator Program for linking Magic:TG and sexualised postings.
The work with Wizards of the Coast also means the DMs Guild will no longer be in the awkward position of trying to guess what the Hasbro-owned multi-national might find acceptable, guided (or biased) by common cultural trends, and will have guidelines it too can refer.
Last night, ENnie-nominated game designer Oliver Clegg tweeted that his adventure Curse of Hearts had been removed from the DM's Guild.
The 2020 ENnie Judges Spotlight winners and 2020's nominees have been announced.
In recent years, more D&D fans have been uncomfortable with how the 1985 published book treats its subject matter.
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The kobolds seem to be pretending to be a human, or a humanoid of human height, standing on each other's shoulders to fill up a trenchcoat.