Quote from wilmheathCorrect. There are some other shops that have done this and now they can not host large tournaments or even buy sealed product from WOTC now. It is not "illegal" by any means though.
Quote from BenBleiweissIt's against the rules for an official Wizards of the Coast retailer to ship boxes outside their territory. Your friend wont' get in any trouble (unless he's a business, in which case he's violating another part of his contract), but the business that is selling to him could be in very serious trouble if Wizards of the Coast was made aware of their activities.
Quote from AereasI agree 100% with the things dcartist has said, although I take it a step further. Bob is not obligated to help this schmuck. He (we) absolutely would be better off without Adam existing (as well as anyone who annoys us). As a biological organism, my primary goal is to survive. The existance of other organisms can impede that directive. Yet, silly laws prevent most humans from proactively removing harmful stimuli from their environments... hence, Bob should seek to actively 'not exist' to Adam without breaking the law.
Quote from AereasTo back up dcartist, I would add that in the US at least, there is practically no such thing as crime/harmful act prevention/intervention. Cops have their hands full dealing with actual crimes which have reportedly happened; we don't place a high value on something that might occur.
Quote from BoingSkinrender is the best Alien ripoff homage ever.:)
Quote from OBGRDGAZAnd last but not the least, the one drops of red (Goblin Guide, Goblin Arsonist, etc).