Company of the Phoenix

Jeff Montgomery -

Rules

You may use all game system rules included in the Fading Suns Rule Wiki, published by Ulisses Spiele. The use of text and art from other official publications of any kind is strictly prohibited.
You have the permission to use the terms Fading Suns in your publication. Furthermore, you have permission to use the rules of any other open license system (such as FATE, Open D6, for example) or to convert systems of your own design, as long as doing so does not violate the guidelines of the license of your target system(s).


Settings

You may create content for Fading Suns. Furthermore, you may create alternative worlds or history and content that describes past or future events.


Languages

The Company of the Phoenix is open to all language variants of fan content for Fading Suns.

You can find this setting in the "My Content" section in your account under "Enter new Community Created title" -> Choose program: Company of the Phoenix.


Permitted Media

The Community Content Agreement license grants you permission to create role-playing supplements, game world expansions, adventures, literature, reference cards, maps, and illustrations for Fading Suns, for publication on the Company of the Phoenix.


Illustrations

You may not use illustrations or graphical design elements from Ulisses Spiele´s publications, with the exception of those illustrations and graphical design elements that are included in Company of the Phoenix art packs. You may use illustrations and graphical design elements from Public Domain or the DriveThruRPG stock art collection. You may also use original illustrations that you commission or have created yourself. In any case, you must have permission to use the respective illustration or graphical design element.


Logos and Trade Dressing

The full-size Company of the Phoenix logo must appear on the cover of your publication and must be legible. It may not be the primary logo or the primary title artwork on your cover page. You may not use any other logos or trade dressing from Ulisses Spiele´s publications with the exception of the content provided by Ulisses Spiele´s Company of the Phoenix illustration Packs.


Style Guidelines

We recommend that you use the Company of the Phoenix Template when creating your publication(s). However, you are not required to do so.


Legal Guidelines

The following text must be included in your publication next to all other legal text and copyright notes:
This product was created under license from Ulisses Medien und Spiele Distribution GmbH. Fading Suns and its respective logo(s) are a trademark of Ulisses Medien und Spiele Distribution GmbH. The title and contents of this book are protected under the copyright laws of Germany, the United States of America and other countries. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in retrieval systems or transmitted, in any form or by any means without prior written consent from Ulisses Medien und Spiele Distribution GmbH.


This publication includes material that was produced by Ulisses Spiele and/or other authors and which is protected under applicable copyright laws. Use of such material is granted under the Community Content Agreement for the Company of the Phoenix.


All original content in this work is copyright [2021] by [your legal name or company name] and published under the Community Content Agreement for the Company of the Phoenix.


Miscellaneous

No part of your work, including any promotional material, such as ads, blog posts, and press releases, may contain the following: racist, homophobic, discriminatory, or other repugnant views; overt political agendas or views; depictions or descriptions of criminal violence against children; rape or other acts of criminal perversion; or other obscene material without express written permission from Ulisses Spiele provided separately from this license.


Illegal content is not permitted. Content creator are solely responsible for ensuring that their content does not violate any laws, including copyright, trademark, and privacy laws, and does not infringe upon any other rights.

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