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Other Games, Development, & Campaigns => Design, Development, and Gameplay => Topic started by: GRIM on August 31, 2006, 04:04:43 am

Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: GRIM on August 31, 2006, 04:04:43 am
I've run off a quick couple of RuneQuest branded OGL compatibility buttons which are available on my site for anyone that wants them.

However, given that OGL usually means d20 I think they'd still need to be accompanied by some text or something, if used.

www.postmort.demon.co.uk/RQOGL.zip (http://www.postmort.demon.co.uk/RQOGL.zip)

Anyone's welcome to use 'em though I'll probably spruce them up when I get around to publishing my own stuff for it.
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: joewolz on August 31, 2006, 09:24:29 am
Can you post them here?  I couldn't find them on your site, and I don't really like downloading zips.  I've been burned before by them...
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: GRIM on August 31, 2006, 12:54:12 pm
Not really, because they're large .tif files.
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: Mcrow on August 31, 2006, 01:16:47 pm
Quote from: GRIM
I've run off a quick couple of RuneQuest branded OGL compatibility buttons which are available on my site for anyone that wants them.

However, given that OGL usually means d20 I think they'd still need to be accompanied by some text or something, if used.

www.postmort.demon.co.uk/RQOGL.zip (http://www.postmort.demon.co.uk/RQOGL.zip)

Anyone's welcome to use 'em though I'll probably spruce them up when I get around to publishing my own stuff for it.


you can also use Mongoose's RuneQuest logo, if I read their OGL policy correctly.
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: GRIM on August 31, 2006, 03:54:49 pm
As with the d20 licence things are a bit stricter if you want to use their logo.
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: jhkim on September 01, 2006, 01:13:56 pm
Quote from: GRIM
As with the d20 licence things are a bit stricter if you want to use their logo.


Yup.  One thing might be agreeing on a terminology.  Your second logo terms it "OGL Percentile Roleplay" -- along with a distinctive runic font.  

On my SRD Collection page:

http://www.darkshire.net/jhkim/rpg/srd/

I posted the SRD labelled as the "Runic SRD".  Since the OGL rules themselves have runecasters, rune lords, and so forth, I don't think that's a problem.  However, I'd welcome suggestions for a better term.
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: GRIM on September 01, 2006, 08:46:44 pm
I think either 'percentile' or 'Runic roleplaying' could work.
You'll never get people to agree on a single OGL RQ indicator though, nobody did for d20 despite several attempts.
Title: RQ OGL Indicators
Post by: Zachary The First on September 02, 2006, 03:11:42 pm
I kinda like "Runic OGL" (though either could work, I was just going in favor of brevity), but anything with the a runic symbol or font on it would be a plus.