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Marco Giordani
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Hi everyone,
i'm using Jacks Descent Card Creator to create the italian version of some cards from Tomb of Ice.
I was looking for high resolution pictures of the items cards.
Currently i've found low res versions of the Hammer and the Morning Star, but they aren't good for printing.
Is there any place to find the original pictures? (i don't need the entire card)
 
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duhtch
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so what you are trying to do is print a copyrighted game?
 
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Marco Giordani
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no, i only need some pictures to create custom cards, not an entire game
 
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Patrick G.
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duhtch wrote:
so what you are trying to do is print a copyrighted game?

Out of print, never to be reprinted game.


 
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corkysru wrote:
Out of print, never to be reprinted game.

This really has no bearing on copyright.
 
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Sarcasmorator wrote:
corkysru wrote:
Out of print, never to be reprinted game.

This really has no bearing on copyright.

No, only on ethics.
 
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Marco Giordani
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i think we all know there aren't real problems with custom made content, even if it contains part of scanned images.
bgg file section is an example of what i mean.
the real problem is that a lot of italian players are disappointed by the fact that Tomb of Ice has never been translated to our language.
recreating item cards is better than nothing, but it requires some pictures
 
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Plo83 wrote:
i think we all know there aren't real problems with custom made content, even if it contains part of scanned images.
bgg file section is an example of what i mean.
the real problem is that a lot of italian players are disappointed by the fact that Tomb of Ice has never been translated to our language.
recreating item cards is better than nothing, but it requires some pictures

I don't see how copyright can even enter into it in a foreign language like that then.
 
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Questioning the legality of this really shows how times have changed. I remember one of the first things I wanted to do was make a more sane version of Monterey Jack. Given Strange Eons we've been making custom components by the derrier-load. Many times using FFG's content. I really hope they don't have a problem with this sort of thing now (like for instance if I want to make the sword of glory one handed or French for that matter). I think the entire file section for Arkham Horror on this site would have to be taken down. For example:

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/filepage/71859/promotional-cont...

I feel really old and sad now.
 
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