On Sat, 20 Sep 1997, Alan E & Carmel J Brain wrote:
> FYI, the following purports to be an extract from GW's statement of
> complaint in its lawsuit vs Demonblade. (Lifted from RGMW)
> > "33. Although substantially similar in expression, overall appearance,
> > and commercial impression to the GW Miniatures, some of the look-alike
> > DBI Miniatures display features, characteristics, or weapons
> > inconsistent with the carefully crafted character profiles developed by
> > Games Workshop to allow for accurate point assignment and fair gaming
> > results. As a result, a player�s use of non-compatible look-alike DBI
> > Miniatures could interfere significantly with a proper evaluation of
> > army characteristics and capabilities, disrupt proper point assignment,
> > alter the Games� outcome, and negatively affect the player�s perception
> > and enjoyment of the Games."
> I find it difficult, though not impossible, to believe this is genuine.
> If genuine, the term "Vexacious Litigation" comes to mind.
The term "head shoved an anatomically improbable distance up their bum"
comes to my mind.
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