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    This is awesome. Definitely will be using this ?

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      Hi all! Original author here. Let me know if you have questions or feedback :)

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        So cool! Might be the thing that finally gets to learn latex ?

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          I’ve learned a lot about it by starting and maintaining the project :)

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          That’s some great work! Do you have anything similar for Pathfinder, or do you think they’ll be mainly interchangable?

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            I’ve never played pathfinder, but I suspect they should be pretty interchangeable. Almost all the code is aesthetics - unfortunately we have to leave out game logic for copyright reasons.

            And ty! There’s a handful of serial contributors now, all of whom deserve credit :)

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              IANAL, but the 3.5 OGL was very explicitly permissive on reuse of the game rules. Later editions being more restrictive was a substantial part of paizo splitting off with pathfinder.

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              I’ve been using it for pathfinder this afternoon. Very hackable, I have had no trouble getting pathfinder stat blocks (as a first time latex user).

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              This is really cool! I’ve previously used a markdown based module formatter called The Homebrewery. The results came out pretty well, but I will give this a shot when I get the DnD itch again.