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For now, I don't have plans to make Combat Cards for any other game systems. There are more excellent TTRPGs out there than I could ever support, so I'm focusing on doing the best possible work I can within the systems I know well.
I would if I could! As of right now, it's only legal for third party publishers to use 5E game material (including monsters, spells, and magic items) from a subset of rules called the Systems Reference Document (SRD). The SRD contains a selection of content from the three core rulebooks.
To see what material third-party publishers can use, check out a digital version of the SRD here.
Bravo for writing an adventure! I always do my best to help out fellow writers. I'm often swamped with running the Library, so it'd be a lot easier to answer specific questions you might have about what you're working on. That way, we can also keep each other safe from worries about muddled copyright or intellectual property stuff.
Rather than do that, the best bet is to come up with your own style that defines your writing as unique and awesome. How I present my adventures is a big part of The Arcane Library's brand (it falls under my trade dress copyright), and the concern is that if someone else used my writing presentation, people might confuse it as my work or licensed/developed in partnership with me. That could create legal issues, and I want to avoid that!
I'm not doing any further collaborations through the end of 2020 so I can wrap up all the work I have cooking.
That said, it never hurts to let me know about a project you have in mind.
I only publish my own work through The Arcane Library for now. If that changes, I'll definitely make a public announcement!
For now, all my D&D adventures, supplements, and game aids are digital products. I like getting you the products fast, keeping prices low, saving trees, and taking advantage of all the benefits, such as hyperlinking to monster stats, that digital products allow.
I include print-friendly versions with all adventures and combat cards so you can easily paper-itize them!
I do! I wrote a free 5th-level adventure for the DMs Guild, The Secrets of Skyhorn Lighthouse, that has been downloaded over 95,000 times with 250+ 5-star reviews. Its sequel, 8th-level adventure The Corruption of Skyhorn Lighthouse, is a platinum bestseller and hit #1 most popular adventure on the DMs Guild.
I've also contributed writing and design to a few bestselling Index Card RPG books, including Blood and Snow and ICRPG Magic. Finally, I designed and wrote about half the monsters in The Monstrous Lexicon.
I announce everything I publish to my newsletter (often with sweet discounts included), so that's a good place to keep in the loop.
I'm a one-lady show, so there are no job openings with The Arcane Library for now. That said, I love contracting with artists and cartographers — please contact me if you have a portfolio of work you'd like to put on my radar!