Storms Of Shambhala Artwork Terms Of Use And Credits 1.0

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This collection of artwork is in the Public Domain or licensed under these creative commons:

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The following images have been modified(resizing, cropping, rounded corners, and converted to png format for transparency) for this game and the derivatives of the CC-By and CC-By-SA images(not the surrounding card art) are available for use under the terms in their updated 4.0 licenses(CC-BY 4.0 or CC-BY-SA 4.0). The derivatives of the images can be downloaded in the directory:

The use of these images does not imply any sponsorship, endorsement, or connection with the licensor or attribution party.

When citing the use of the image derivatives, use the terms in their original equivalent updated licenses: (CC-BY use CC-BY 4.0), (CC-BY-SA use CC-BY-SA 4.0). Derivatives created using multiple images use CC-BY-SA 4.0. Before using Public Domain images not marked PD-old-100, ensure they have entered the Public Domain in your country. When listing the modifications for licensed images you can say "resized, cropped, rounded corners, converted to png format"including any additional modifications listed in the image citation under “Additional Modifications”. If the individual image is marked by only “Modifications”, just list those modifications.

Citation formatted as:

(Name of derivative file): Original file name, author, year created/submitted, license mark, additional modifications (if any), URL to original file

Forest Infantry: “Tennō Jimmu”, Ginko Adachi, 1891, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 –

Thalapathi: “Samurai_on_horseback”, 1878, PD-Japan -

Senathipathi: “The_Qianlong_Emperor_in_Ceremonial_Armour_on_Horseback”, Giuseppe Castiglione, 1758, PD-old-100 -

Navaka: “BodhidharmaYoshitoshi1887”, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1887, PD-Japan -

Majjhima: “Maharishi_Bhrighuji”, Ranjit Studios, Early 80s, PD-self -

Maha-Thera: “Portrait of Chinese Chan-Buddhist monk Wuzhun Shifan”, 1238, PD-Art(Yorck Project) PD-China -

Copper Trader: “Merchants_from_Holland_and_the_Middle_East_trading”, Thomas Wyck, 1616-77, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 -

Silver Trader: “Craftsman_Selling_Cases_By_A_Teak_Wood_Building_Ahmedabad”, Edwin Lord Weeks, 1849-1903, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 -

Gold Trader: “The Silk Merchants”, Edwin Lord Weeks, 1849-1903, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 -

Magician: “gandalf“, Nidoart, 2013, CC-BY-SA 3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed typeface elements of background -

Mage: “magician_by_araniart-d34x6yi”, Araniart, 2010, CC-BY-3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Wizard: “Idylls of the King 10”, Gustave Doré, 1868, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 -

Temple Donation: “Lady_Giving_Alms_at_the_Temple”, Raja Ravi Varma, 1848-1906, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 -

Zealot: “The-Inquisitor”, Joseph-MNBC, 2012, CC-BY-SA 3.0 -

Amulet of Power: “Talisman_de_Charlemagne_Tau”, Vassil, 2007, PD-self, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Crystal Ball: “The Crystal Ball”, John William Waterhouse, 1902, CC-PD-Mark PD-old-100 -

Pool of Divination: “water-464953_640”, MysticsArtDesign, 2014, CC-zero, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Vajra: “Tibetan vajra”, Tonii, 2006, CC-BY-SA 3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Meditation Bell: “Three vajrayana ritual implements”, Tonii, 2006, CC-BY-SA-3.0-migrated , Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Lotus Blossom: “Relics of buddha from His Holiness Supreme Patriarch of Thailand”, Tevaprapas, 2012, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Malas: “Japa mala”,  GourangaUK , 2004, CC-BY-SA-2.5, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Pilgrim’s Staff: “Kshitigarbha (Chijang)”, Unknown, late 14th century, PD-old-94, Additional Modifications: Only depicts the staff -

Phurbu Chopper: “Tibetan - Phurbu-cum-chopper ”, Object In Photo: Anonymous, 15th Century, PD-old-100, Photo: Walters Art Museum, 2007, CC-BY-SA 3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -]

Bagh Naka: “Bagh nakh (tiger claw) Higgins Armory Museum”, Daderot, 2011, PD-self -,_western_India,_1700s-1800s_-_Higgins_Armory_Museum_-_DSC05600.JPG

Kanabō: “Antique Japanese kanabo”,  Samuraiantiqueworld, 2011, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Katana: “Kajiwara Genda Kagesue for Umegae”, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 1797-1861, PD-old-100 -

Katar: “Ornamental_katar”, Saad Akhtar, 2005, CC-BY-2.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Ōtsuchi: “The Actor Ichikawa Monnosuke II as Otaka Gengo, from Chushingura”,  Katsukawa Shun'ei, between 1780 and 1786, PD-old-100 -

Shuriken: “Shuriken Shaken Iga”, Kaliostro, 2013, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Shangha: “Masjid Shah, view of the courtyard”, Pascal Coste, 1840, PD-old-100 -,_view_of_the_courtyard_by_Pascal_Coste.jpg

Laboratory: “The Alchymist, In Search of the Philosopher’s Stone”, JosephWright, 1770, PD-old-100 -

Castle: “Old painting of Himeji castle”, CC-PD Mark PD-old-70 -

Wizard's Tower: “Brizlee Tower - Alnwick”, Tagishsimon, 2006, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Forge: “An_Iron_Forge”, Joseph Wright, 1772, PD-old-100 -

Dwarven Forge: “Kirkstall Forge Monks wheel”, philld, 2008, CC-BY-SA-2.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Jewelry Shop: “Goldschmiede”, Tommaso Garzoni, 1641, PD-old-100 -

Jeweler's Guild: “Mysore palace”, Hemant meena, 2013, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Axe Beard: “Dwarf”, BrokenMachine86, 2011, CC-BY-SA-4.0 -

Camel Nomad: “The Moorish Chief”, Eduard Charlemont, 1878, PD-old-100 -,_Austrian_-_The_Moorish_Chief_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg

Cihuacoatl: “Quetzalcoat”, David Revoy/Blender Foundation , 2010, CC-BY-3.0 -

Dawa Grove Initiates: “Meadow Elves”, Nils Blommér, 1850, PD-old-100 -

Forge Apprentice: “Ossians Schwanengesang”, Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard, 1782, PD-old-100 -

Doppelgänger: “The Emanation of the Giant Albion”, William Blake, 1804-20, PD-old-100 -

Lunar Seer: “Varda_Elentári”, Dominik Matus, 2006, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Mentor: “Phra Ajan Jerapunyo”, 2010, CC-BY-3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Apsara: “wallpaper-830417_640”, Larisa-K, 2015, CC-zero -

Dawa Grove Guide: “Araniart_-_Elves_leave_Middle-earth”, Araniart, 2011, CC-BY-3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Forge Smith: “Pan”, Michail Vrubel, 1899, PD-old-100 -

Genie: “Vrubel Demon”, Mikhail Vrubel, 1856, PD-old-100, Additional Modifications: Oil Paint Effect -

Iron Trader: “Pipe smoking dwarf”, Ragnarulf, 2011, CC-BY-3.0 -

Dawa Rider Commander: “Tauriel_elf”, Simaelling, 2013, CC-BY-SA-3.0 -

Shambhala Warrior: “Zhao Yun on His Horse”, fahrenheit90, 2008, CC-BY-SA 3.0, Additional Modifications: Changed silver armor to gold -

Immortal Scribe: “Karwar Pictures - Yogesa 19”, Yogesa, 2012, CC-BY-SA 3.0, Additional Modifications: Posterization -

Dawa Spirits: “Fairy passage”, John Anster Fitzgerald, 1864, PD-old-100 -

Dawa Grove High Mage: “light_Wind_fairy”, kataneriel, 2009, CC-BY-3.0 -

Keeper of Wisdom: “Avalokitesvara-Kuan Yin”, a-thammasak, 2007, CC-BY-3.0 -

King Under The Mountain: “Gimli son of Gloin”, Perrie Nicholas Smith, 2012, CC-BY-SA 4.0 -

Master Artificer: “dwarf warrior 2”, puppeli, 2007, CC-BY-SA 3.0 -

War Elephant Riders: “Elephant in Battle”, 1750-70, PD-old-70 -

Churel: “Stories from Hans Andersen”, Illustrations: Edmund Dulac, Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., 1911, PD-US-1923 -

Ghoul: “Stories from Hans Andersen”, Illustrations: Edmund Dulac, Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., 1911, PD-US-1923 -

Giant Rat: “Hyaenodon Heinrich Harder”, Heinrich Harder, PD-old-70 -

Goblin: “Orque-Terre du Milieu”, Antoine Glédel, 2013, CC-BY-SA-3.0 -

Pishacha: “Vampire”, Edvard Munch, 1895, PD-old-70 -

Preta: “Banshee”, Michael1010, 2015, CC-BY-SA 4.0 -

Vishap: “the mythical creature dragon”, Friedrich Johann Justin Bertuch, 1806, PD-old-100 -

Bhoot: “Leshy”, Magazine 'Leshy', 1906, PD-old-100 -

Chedipe: “woman-578820_640”, LoganArt, 2015, CC-zero -

Corrupted Garuda: “Garuda-Feathered Hayagriva and Consort”,, 1800s, PD-self(Public Domain HighResolution Image Available mark) -

Gyalpo Spirit: “Nechung Gompa”, reurinkjan, 2008, CC-BY-2.0 -

Manananggal: “Manananggal”, Gian Bernal, 2009, CC-zero -

Mountain Daitya: “A Giant of the Earth”, Antoine Wiertz, 1806-65, PD-old-100 -

Vetala: “Vetal”, Harshad Dhavale, 2007, PD-self, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Asura: “The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea”, William Blake, 1805, PD-old-100 -

Bolla: “dragons-653439_640”, chewie2012, 2015, CC-zero, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Cuélebre: “Sky Dragon”, free4fireYouTube, 2011, CC-BY-SA 3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Gyo: “Facebook dragon”, Skyrion, 2008, CC-BY-3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed signature -

Mara: “Mara demon nat and Buddha”, Hintha, 2010, CC-BY-SA-3.0 -

Zomok: “dragon de hielo 2”, destroyer123456, 2011, CC-BY-3.0 -

Scroll1, Scroll2, Scroll3: Combination of the 2 following images with additional editing:

 “Old Paper Texture”, Sarai, 2009, CC-BY-2.0 -

“Parchment Paper Texture”, Diego da Silva, 2009, CC-BY-2.0 -

Modifications: Both images rotated and resized. The dowels of the scroll in “Parchment Paper Texture” added to the edges of the image “Old Paper Texture”. Texture of “Old Paper Texture” applied with transparency over paper on dowels of “Parchment Paper Texture”. Converted to png format for transparency.

Leprechaun: “Puck and Fairies”, Joseph Noel Paton, circa 1850, PD-old-100 -,_from_%22A_Midsummer_Night%27s_Dream%22_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg

Sylph: ”Spirit of the Night”, John Atkinson Grimshaw, 1879, PD-old-100 -

Fairy Queen: “Lily Fairy”, Falero Luis Ricardo, 1888, PD-old-100 -

Qilin: “Qilin”, Gisling, 2006, CC-BY-SA-3.0, Additional Modifications: Removed rail gaurd, added eye, and oil paint effect  -

Unicorn: ”Virgin and Unicorn”, Domenichino, circa 1602, PD-old-100 -

Harpy: “Demon”, Donations_are_appreciated, 2013, CC-zero -

Werewolf: “Wolf”, MysticsArtDesign, 2015, CC-zero -

Kulshedra: “Saphira of Eragon”, Ruth-Tay, 2006, CC-BY-3.0, Additional Modifications: Changed blue skin to red -

Matted Hair Demon: “Indian Fairy Tales Edited by Joseph Jacobs”, Illustrations: John D. Batten & Gloria Cardew, Publisher: London, David Nutt, 270, 271 STRAND, 1892, PD-US-1923 -

Victory Screen: “The_mighty_Himalayas”, Salman Khattak, 2011, CC-By-SA-3.0, Modifications: Posterization and resizing -

SpellBook1, SpellBook2: Combination of the 3 following images with additional editing:

“Rosewood Decorated Grimoire Book of Shadows Cover”, Malcolm Lidbury (aka Pink Pasty), 2011, CC-By-SA-3.0 -

“Iroko wood”, Abarmot, 2011, CC-By-3.0 -

“Tibetian Wheel”, Sodacan, 2010, CC-By-SA-3.0, Modifications: cropped, Original image: Emblem of Tibet.svg -

Modifications: Images resized and rotated. Bottom right of “Rosewood Decorated Grimoire Book of Shadows Cover” cropped. Texture of “Iroko wood” applied over wood of cropped image. Duplicated and flipped 3 times to create a four piece symmetrical image. “Tibetian Wheel” image embossed with a hard light filter into center of symmetrical image (Also converted to black and white for SpellBook1). The word magic embossed at top center in same style as “Tibetian Wheel”.

Tibetian_Wheel: “Tibetian Wheel”, Sodacan, 2010, CC-By-SA-3.0, “Tibetian Wheel” Modifications: cropped, Original image: Emblem of Tibet.svg, Modifications: Applied stroke and drop shadow, resized -

BackButton1-2, ForwardButton1-2: “back-158491_960_720”, OpenClipart-Vectors, 2010, CC-zero, Modifications: Resized, rotated, color blue recolored to gold -