Community use questions


Community Use


First off, not a lawyer or super big into content creation. Although, I was thinking about streaming my next campaign online while also maybe making some review videos related to Pathfinder.

I saw the community use stuff, and it says as a non-commercial user I can only descriptively reference the things listed in the allowed usage list. So does this prevent me from using say, roll20, and extracting maps, images from a legally owned PDF or even a premade purchased roll20 marketplace AP and displaying the maps/images in a streamed live play?

Additionally, a particularly eyebrow raising line is to treat paizo products in a generally good light. So, an objectively bad product is released and requires a generally good review on YouTube according to community use rules?

Lastly, the adult content rule seems a bit vague. Several events of chapter 3 RoTRL comes to mind with incest and in general hills-have-eyes murder/torture hillbilly vibes. Of course many others, but if I can indeed stream at all, must I censor Paizos own adult content to comply?


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

>>Additionally, a particularly eyebrow raising line is to treat paizo products in a generally good light. So, an objectively bad product is released and requires a generally good review on YouTube according to community use rules?

Reviews would fall under Fair Use doctrine. That is an entirely separate standard, and doesn't involve the usage of Paizo material under community use terms.

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