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2-19-2012 @ 1:15PM
Just my opinion here, but I don't think that Valve has the right to even apply for a Trademark here. Trademarking DotA by Valve would be devastating to the companies that were part of the original DotA game/mod.Let's put it this way, what if someone was going to Trademark your WoW character. You created it, you put in all the effort, you had all the adventures, and now Jim, who once helped you figure out how to gem, enchant, and reforge your gear so you could perform better decides to Trademark your character because he was going to make YourCharacter2, this time with more pixels. Now, every time you log into your character you have to pay Jim $5 or he sues you for Trademark Infringement.
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