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9-01-2009 @ 7:29PM
"Kinda" frowned upon...that's putting it mildly. The C&D crew has been out in force on people who sell merchandise with anything from WoW on it - whether they created it themselves (if it matches too closely something from the game) or use Zazzle (such as with these guys), Cafepress or whatever.http://www.blizzard.com/us/legalfaq.html has this to say:Can I make and sell my own products (T-shirts, card games, models/figures, etc.) based on a Blizzard universe? No. Blizzard Entertainment® does not enter into licensing agreements with individuals. To ensure the quality of all Blizzard products, all of our merchandise is created under a licensing agreement and all prospective licensees are thoroughly reviewed by Blizzard Entertainment before a license is granted. If you are a company that is interested in creating licensed merchandise and your company is looking to pursue a corporate licensing relationship with Blizzard Entertainment, please contact Merchandiselicensing@Blizzard.com.
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