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Canonical Delphicity is the line we must observe in judging third-party worlds

Canonical Delphicity as Concept vs Third Party World Ownership as Concept Is there even an issue here? The Question: Is there a reason we can't draw this simple line for third-party content? Allow ...
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Canonical Delphicity is the line we must observe in judging third-party worlds

The issue with 3rd party worlds has nothing to do with intellectual property. In fact if Lucas (before he sold the rights to Star Wars) were to ask us "How do lightsabers work?" it would ...
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Canonical Delphicity is the line we must observe in judging third-party worlds

First, some clarifications An offense exists if AND ONLY IF an explanatory answer exists in any canon not owned by the OP; thus, queries with canonical Delphicity are by definition uncanonical to the ...
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