Once homebrew has been publicly published, it may be added by players and in use by them. The player who has your homebrew may like it how it is and not want the change(s) that you are making. You should create a new version of the homebrew, with your changes and then submit that, then others have the choice to change to your new version.
Articles in this section
- I created a baby or giant version of an existing monster and it was rejected - why is that?
- I published my homebrew, but it has been rejected, due to copyright? What does that mean and how do I avoid that again?
- I published my homebrew, but now I want to make a change to it. Why can't I delete/edit the published version?
- Can I share my homebrew with others in my campaign, without submitting it as public homebrew?
- How long does it take my homebrew to be authorised?
- How do I publish my homebrew, so that others can see it?
- What is an "element"?
- Can I have a hyperlink within my item/spell/monster, that links back to my content elsewhere (DM Guild / Website / Blog)?