|Dale McCoy Jr President, Jon Brazer Enterprises|
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We usually suggest consulting with a lawyer if there are parts of the Pathfinder Compatibility License that you do not understand or have questions about how it might affect or interact with a product you are interested in creating, because the Pathfinder Compatibility License is a legal document and you are the one ultimately responsible for ensuring that your product abides by it.
A hundred times this.
A hundred-thousand times this.
If you are publishing, you are starting a business and you are responsible for knowing your rights and responsibilities. That means consulting a lawyer. So it is probably best to get that right from the start. Talk to a lawyer before doing anything you cannot take back.