Epic Hero Battles, an NFT game that was trying to shift 10,000 randomly generated heroes, has all but wiped itself off the internet after indie developer Dan Hindes accused it of stealing art from his game, Wildfire.

Appearing over the weekend, EHB is another crypto game that, while not quite ready for launch, was already offering to sell procgen wizards and sidekicks as NFTs in its planned hero-battling duels (or, more likely, to resell on crypto markets). But as Hindes quickly noticed, there was something awfully familiar about the key art used on the game’s site.

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