RPG publisher Paizo bans AI-generated content to support ‘human professionals’

The FAQs for Pathfinder Infinite and Starfinder Infinite are being updated to ban AI-generated content from the community marketplaces. | Image: Paizo

Paizo, publisher of popular tabletop roleplay games (TTRPG) like Pathfinder and Starfinder, has made its position clear: AI-generated art and text isn’t welcome across its games, be it official or fan-made. In a Twitter post, Paizo said it would update its contracts in the coming days to mandate that any work submitted must be created by a human. This ban on AI-generated content also extends to the community content marketplaces for Pathfinder Infinite and Starfinder Infinite, which allow creators to sell third-party content based on Paizo’s IP.

“Since we launched the company in 2002, Paizo has made its reputation with the assistance of countless traditional artists and writers, who are just as integral to the success of our games as our…

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