TSR Now it’s WotC’s Turn: WotC Moves Against TSR3

I guess after you provoke somebody enough, they’ll eventually bite back. The company has begun trademark cancellation procedures against the newest TSR.

TSR3 briefly filed for a court declaration on Dec 7th as to their ownership of the TSR trademarks — with an IndieGoGo campaign to fund it — and then voluntarily dismissed it a couple of days later on Dec 9th.

This filing is dated Dec 6th, the day before TSR3 launched its campaign.

In WotC’s response, they cite fraud as one of the causes of action, alleging that TSR3 misled the trademark office in its original application.

Mike Dunford, on Twitter, breaks down the action.


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Charlaquin

Goblin Queen (She/Her/Hers)
Great bad movies are a whole genre of cinema....
Generally though, a great bad movie doesn’t set out to be bad. Movies that actively aim for so-bad-its-good usually lack the earnestness that makes a bad movie good, and just end up so-bad-its-terrible. I wouldn’t put Kung Pow in either category. It’s just a good low-brow comedy. If you like low-brow comedy, you’ll probably like Kung Pow. If you don’t like low-brow comedy, you probably won’t like Kung Pow.
 


Great bad movies are a whole genre of cinema....
Since "great" and "bad" are entirely subjective, if you think a movie is great, it's a great movie. And that has the advantage of not using terminology that can easily be seen as insulting movies that many people think are great.
 

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