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Yes, but … Most fantasy races you named are part of long-standing folklore and any copyright the author had has long since expired. Orcs are from Germanic folklore, elves from Celtic, humans are, well, human and I don’t know what a Tauran is. Now, the particular imagery and description applied to these races by Warcraft is covered by copyright. So generic ...


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Copyright protects creative expression, not ideas. To the degree to which the design can be considered a creative expression, the copyleft effects of the CC-BY-SA license would apply and designs that are derived from this design would have to use a compatible license. But the ideas themselves are not covered by the CC-BY-SA license. Anyone could read the ...


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Unattribution This question seems to ask for removal of the content. If your goal is to simply have your name removed from the content, that is a reserved right. See this question for more information, "Can you demand un-attribution under your name with content you licensed under CC-BY-SA?"


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