Legal Disclaimer Concerning 3rd Party Intellectual Property

Romantic Antihero is a webpage designed and maintained by Monty Maxwell through services purchased from WordPress.com. The “Hobby Section” and some of the blog posts of this webpage contains references to intellectual property not owned by the owner of the webpage or WordPress.com, and is derivative work, generally considered “fan fiction” with no commercial application. No challenge to the rights of the intellectual property owners is intended. This page is designed as a catch-all legal disclaimer for the entire website where such third party intellectual property is concerned. If you are the owner of any of the IP found on this website questions and concerns should be directed to: maxwell (dot) monty (at) ymail (dot) com.WordPress.com and its owners and administrators are not responsible for the content provided through this website. Effort will be made to attach appropriate legal disclaimer to every use of 3rd party IP, but lack of attribution does not imply a challenge to the rights of the IP owner.

Much of the “Hobby Section” is devoted to “do it yourself” (DIY) Warhammer 40,000™ (WH40k) factions for the tabletop game. These DIY chapters of WH40k armies are written and designed by Monty Maxwell based on Games Workshop Ltd (GW) intellectual property and presented as non-commercial fan fiction. As such it is in no way, shape or form official or endorsed by GW.

The Painted Miniatures on this website, except where noted or implied to have been taken at events or games where other players presented their own work, were painted by Monty Maxwell, using Citadel paints on GW manufactured miniatures. Those miniatures are copyright GW, and the following below is applied, and implied even if not specifically attached to each individual photo:

“miniature © Games Workshop 2003. All rights reserved. Used without permission – model painted by Monty Maxwell”

Furthermore:

Adeptus Astartes, Battlefleet Gothic, Black Flame, Black Library, the Black Library logo, BL Publishing, Blood Angels, Bloodquest, Blood Bowl, the Blood Bowl logo, The Blood Bowl Spike Device, Cadian, Catachan, the Chaos device, Cityfight, the Chaos logo, Citadel, Citadel Device, City of the Damned, Codex, Daemonhunters, Dark Angels, Dark Eldar, Dark Future, the Double-Headed/Imperial Eagle device, ‘Eavy Metal, Eldar, Eldar symbol devices, Epic, Eye of Terror, Fanatic, the Fanatic logo, the Fanatic II logo, Fire Warrior, Forge World, Games Workshop, Games Workshop logo, Genestealer, Golden Demon, Gorkamorka, Great Unclean One, the Hammer of Sigmar logo, Horned Rat logo, Inferno, Inquisitor, the Inquisitor logo, the Inquisitor device, Inquisitor:Conspiracies, Keeper of Secrets, Khemri, Khorne, Kroot, Lord of Change, Marauder, Mordheim, the Mordheim logo, Necromunda, Necromunda stencil logo, Necromunda Plate logo, Necron, Nurgle, Ork, Ork skull devices, Sisters of Battle, Skaven, the Skaven symbol devices, Slaanesh, Space Hulk, Space Marine, Space Marine chapters, Space Marine chapter logos, Talisman, Tau, the Tau caste designations, Tomb Kings, Trio of Warriors, Twin Tailed Comet Logo, Tyranid, Tyrannid, Tzeentch, Ultramarines, Warhammer, Warhammer Historical, Warhammer Online, Warhammer 40k Device, Warhammer World logo, Warmaster, White Dwarf, the White Dwarf logo, and all associated marks, names, races, race insignia, characters, vehicles, locations illustrations and images from the Blood Bowl game, the Warhammer world, the Talisaman world, and the Warhammer 40,000 universe are either ®, TM and/or © Copyright Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2010, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. All Rights Reserved

Special Consideration Concerning the “arrow device” as used in the symbols of the DIY factions I designed: It is my understanding that the arrangement of eight arrows pointing in compass directions as a symbol denoting “chaos” originated with author Michael Moorcock, who has placed it in the public domain, and my use of the device reflects that understanding.

Special Acknowledgment: I use the “Force Recognition” painter from the B&C Tools webpage of  Bolter&Chainsword to design my color schemes for WH40k minis.

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