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Can I submit non-English language titles to the Dungeon Masters Guild program?

Yes. Original content can be published in non-English languages. No direct translations of Wizards of the Coast titles. Please include a short description in English on the product page.

What category filters should I select for my Dungeon Masters Guild title?

Category filters allow Dungeon Masters Guild customers to find content relevant to their interests. It is essential that all authors use their best efforts to select only filters relevant to their titles and to limit the number of filters they select. This provides the best shopping experience for customers and ensures they find filters to be a helpful tool. (For example: A customer searching the Eberron setting expects to see content specific to Sharn or other locations in that setting.)

What do the best-seller metals mean, and how do I earn a badge?

Best-selling content on Dungeon Masters Guild is distinguished by metal badges rewarded after a certain number of units sold on DMsGuild.com. Please note that the metals count sales on Dungeon Masters Guild only; that is, if your title is purchased on our sister site DriveThruRPG.com, those sales count toward "best-selling" status on DTRPG, not DMsGuild. These are the thresholds needed to earn each badge:

Copper: 51 units sold
Silver: 101
Electrum: 251
Gold: 501
Platinum: 1,001
Mithral: 2,501
Adamantine: 5,001

What does it mean to be selected by the Dungeons & Dragons team at Wizards?

You could be selected for any number of things. Those things include, but are not limited to, publication in an official Wizards product; inclusion in DLC or even main storylines for one of the games created by our digital partners; distinction as a member of the Guild Adept program, etc.

Will material be approved by Wizards before it is published?

There will not be an approval process by Wizards or OneBookShelf, per se. However, if you’re found to be breaking our content guidelines, there will be repercussions. For example, your content might be pulled from the site, you might be ejected from the Dungeon Masters Guild as a content creator, or you might receive no payment for copies sold.

Can anyone rate my Dungeon Masters Guild content?

Only people who purchase your content are allowed to rate and review it. Anyone can join the Discussion on your title page.

Can I rate my Dungeon Masters Guild content?

No. Self-reviews are not allowed.

It is encouraged to keep reviews of others' work positive and helpful, in keeping with the community atmosphere.

Can I become an administrator for the Dungeon Masters Guild?

At this time, all administration responsibilities are handled by OneBookShelf and the Dungeons & Dragons team at Wizards of the Coast.


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