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    When you want a plainspeak translation of legalese YouTube can provide. Here’s what I was promoted from the random videos in my feed. I thought it might actually be nice to know what the background was from the pedantic pain in the ass terminology.



    Given that the ‘unique’ mini you create using the hero forge assets can be easily replicated by another user it seems sensible for hero forge to retain copyright.



    it’s no different than having a sculptor make you a miniature, if you want the rights to produce that miniature it is often more expensive.

    These days with whole rafts of 3D printers the amount that give the purchaser the rights to sell them on can be counted on the fingers of one head, not sure why people are surprised by this


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    Heroforge is promoted as some unique way to build minis but it’s just a really really really good Lego set.

    Amazing service but I can’t build something with Lego then copyright it.

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