The Character Creator was designed to support an unlimited number of campaign settings called Editions that introduce new classes, kits, archetypes, spells, etc into the system. During the beta, the Character Creator grants access to all Editions available in the system, so you mix and match content from A Quest of Queens or A Dune Sea or Ride the Lighting as your game master permits.
Choosing a Core Rules
By default, OSR+ uses the OSR+ Fantasy Core Rules. In the future, other core rules such as OSR+ Scifi Core Rules and OSR+ Modern Core Rules will unlock content unique to that genre. You can select here which core rules you want by default included in the Creator. In turn, this will reveal Editions that work with that core rules.
Editions introduce additional content into the Character Creator. For example, if you select A Quest of Queens, this will introduce Factions, Languages, and Cultures unique to that genre. Other Editions may add unique Origins or Classes, etc. During the beta, only A Quest of Queens is available to add to the Creator.
Excluding Core Rules
By default, when you select a core rules, the Creator imports classes, origins, kits, conflicts, flaws, armament classes, spells, maleficence and treasure content unique to that genre. If you'd like to exclude specific rules from being imported, you may choose the type of rules to exclude here. This is useful if you're playing an edition that has a unique set of origins, for example, and you only what to select from origins in that edition.