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2 hours ago, g33k said:

@Scotty - Any chance to get those maps in player-handout format?

Well g33k they are still available here as you wish without the  key on Broken Tower map and all the numbered circles gone from the Broken Tower map. The Adventure marker and path remains in the key but the Adventurer's path and the marker are gone from the map. Oddly, they both exist without the copyright that @Scottymentions are needed.

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1 hour ago, Bill the barbarian said:

Well g33k they are still available here as you wish without the  key on Broken Tower map and all the numbered circles gone from the Broken Tower map. The Adventure marker and path remains in the key but the Adventurer's path and the marker are gone from the map...

What a remarkably helpful Barbarian!  TYVM!

 

1 hour ago, Bill the barbarian said:

... Oddly, they both exist without the copyright that @Scottymentions are needed.

What a snarkily helpful Barbarian!  TYVM!  Hopefully Chaosium can amend these soon, as they seem to feel it important.

 

FWIW (for those who don't know, and are inclined to swipe other peoples' IP) ...  (c) exists on all created art, even if not marked or registered.  It's only non-(c) if it gets explicitly noted as such.  The act of creating the art creates the (c), according to most nations' laws. So even without the notice, those maps are *STILL* (c) Chaosium.

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45 minutes ago, g33k said:

What a snarkily helpful Barbarian! 

Oh my, if I was snarky t’was unintended but I am pleased to be of help :)

47 minutes ago, g33k said:

FWIW (for those who don't know, and are inclined to swipe other peoples' IP) ...  (c) exists on all created art, even if not marked or registered.  It's only non-(c) if it gets explicitly noted as such.  The act of creating the art creates the (c), according to most nations' laws. So even without the notice, those maps are *STILL* (c) Chaosium.

True, true, but us oldies and moldies remember poor ol’ George Ramiro losing all the moneys and royalties from Dawn of the Dead 'cause of an editing error. The legend has it an offending bit of film near the credits had been spotted and marked as destined to be lying on the cutting room floor and duly edited unfortunately the copyright notice went with it and well.... oops.... I believe this tale might be why the law you mention exists. Or maybe this is all just a fanciful tale with no truth to it at all...

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