Scan Your Books For Profit?
... and entirely legally since it's the copyright holder who wants you to. This is just weird.
Jaded last edited by
This is disappointing. I have a lot of books on PDF on the bounty list, but none of my PDFs have scans of the book spines.
Miss Demeanor last edited by
People actually scan the spine of D&D books??
Jaded last edited by Jaded
Not that I have ever known. I think they make that a requirement to prove you own the book..
Also, some of the books they want don't have spines. Like the modules and adventures - they're just folded books with staples. Their FAQ doesn't address that.
Thenomain last edited by
Scan the staples.
I'm only being halfway sarcastic there, as the scanner will catch a little bit of the front and back, and if Hasbro-WotC doesn't accept it then they will be taught a valuable lesson.