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Othenar is a fantasy game created by Loreshaper Games. Built on a custom system, it integrates a core die alongside a trait die and a skill modifier for most rolls, allowing for characters to develop freely along Paths that provide more flexibility than a traditional class-based system while allowing for characters to have clear roles and defined archetypes.

Othenar's Core content is licensed under the Tabletop Attribution License, and all contributions to this wiki that are not part of the Othenar core should clearly be marked as Othenar Unearthed content (which may be released or protected under any license).

The full text of the most recent version of the license can be found below:

Othenar Tabletop Attribution License
The Tabletop Attribution License (TAL) is designed as an alternative to the Creative Commons, Open Gaming License, and other general licenses.

It aims to be comprehensible and include only clauses that apply to designers' and gamers' use cases.

Permission is granted to any legal entity without charge to distribute or create derivative works of the licensed content, assuming that the following conditions are met:

The original creators of the work, Loreshaper Games, and subsequent contributors, N/A, receive attribution.

The form of attribution provided in the license itself shall be sufficient to satisfy this requirement.

Hyperlinks should be preserved for digital distributions, and human-legible web addresses should be provided in works distributed via print.

Furthermore, this license includes the following clauses:

  1. Logos, trade dress, and titles of products (including trademarked terms) may not be used without securing individual agreements.
    A. The following logos, trade dress, or titles may be utilized without individual agreements (N/A).
    B. The following logos, trade dress, or titles may be utilized with a modification to indicate third-party usage (Othenar [Othenar Unearthed]).
    C. Licenses granted under 1.A. or 1.B. may be revoked at the discretion of the original creators of the work, such as in cases of offensive or substandard content.
  2. The rights for derivative works remain with their creators:
    A. The creation of a derivative work transfers no inherent rights to the original work
    B. the creators of the original work do not receive rights for the derivative work.
  3. The original work may be distributed freely without modification.
  4. The following content in this document, such as visual elements, is not released under the TAL: N/A.
  5. Works and content licensed under the TAL shall remain perpetually licensed under the most recent version of the TAL, to the fullest extent permitted by law.