Can I steal your stuff?
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A special thanks to Lev Lafayette, whose complete disregard for Creative Commons, Australian Copyright Law, and Wheaton’s Law, has provided an excellent example of exactly what NOT to do when using information from this website.
You can find the offending article at http://rpgreview.net/content/phaemorea-classic-setting-dungeons-dragons.
If you do not understand how Mr Lev Lafayette has erred, I have provided a breakdown here.
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Can I use this campaign setting with [Insert system here]?
Of course you can. Phaemorea is designed to plug directly into Classic D&D, but conversion into any type of D&D or AD&D is fairly effortless. Conversion to other systems shouldn’t be overly difficult either, providing it allows for classic High Fantasy.
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