Third Party Material

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    Lou Anders

    The amount of money I would drop the instant Kobold Press products appeared on the site makes me physically shudder. 

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    Joe Vinsik

    Are we talking stimulus levels? 

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    Mark McCollum

    Joe Vinsik Who would you be directing the social media campaign against? DDB has publicly stated they would love to be able to do 3rd party and it's in their best interests if they were to be able to do so. 3rd party providers such as KP would also be in their best interests. I believe the limiting factor is WotC, but it is likely not in their best interests to allow it to happen for at least a few reasons I can think of. I'm not sure that a social media campaign would really be effective.

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    Ash

    Joe, I recently shared it out to a few locations. Definitely feel free to boost. 

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    Ash

    Feel free to promote this on your own social media - > https://twitter.com/Thenuinn/status/1245731902964801536?s=20

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    Thalamus Grondak

    Really like to push this,

    especially since Ed Greenwood is going to put out more material about the Realms over DMs Guild like the border Kingdoms

    https://www.dmsguild.com/product/244431/The-Border-Kingdoms-A-Forgotten-Realms-Campaign-Supplement

    and the Candlekeeps Companion for which there is already a Fantasy Grounds Mod

    https://www.dmsguild.com/product/311637/Elminsters-Candlekeep-Companion-Fantasy-Grounds

    DDB you have to get your hands on this before they get all the share

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    joel desotelle

    Kobold Press and Dragonix's Monster Manual Expanded/II would be amazing additions.  While WotC may not be for the idea of adding content, Roll20 and Fantasy Grounds as well as other sites offer 3rd party content.  The existence of other sources has never dampened my desire to purchase every WotC book, in fact, it has just fed my desire to continue playing.  What I would LOVE WotC to develop further is translating classic modules into 5e.  The temple of elemental evil, Against the cult of the Reptile God, etc. would be amazing additions.  WotC coast could make a bundle offering classic resources, especially if they could be integrated into an expanded DBB campaign/VTT system.

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    Luis M. Burset-Cuevas

    Spheres of might and power had a kickstarter for 5E and if It that could exist on the Dnd Beyond Character sheet I would be so very extremely happy

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    Kenny42134

    Please do this, the DND Beyond platform is great for the additional information that Kobold Press has published

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    Harvey Fliester

    What I don't get is that the license option to combine with 3rd party exists on Roll20, so it's not like the precedent isn't out there.

    Combining Kobold Press with official materials is literally the only reason I am still running Roll20, put this on DnD Beyond and I immediately move everything over.

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    Dominic Addenbrooke

    3rd Party Support would be a game changer.

    Trialing a Master sub, without Homebrew Classes or 3rd Party support I'm unlikely to keep it for long, it doesn't do what I need it to.

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