Ignore EULA like everyone else and sleep soundly in the knowledge that if this project is successful enough for someone to investigate the music of it, not to enjoy it but to play hall monitor, then prove that their EULA is violated, THEN act on it...That's rough.
I am doing a mock up (for free) for someone who doesn't own any VI's and doesn't know anything about it but made a wonderful piece for a small indie game.
I am almost finished, but now I worry if the composer can even use it.
Maybe it would be legal again if I'd get co-composer credits?
All that's going to happen is you will be receiving free publicity for you, your friend, and the project. Nobody would be taking their side, what a PR blunder it would be.
Also we'd have proof that nothing is real and we're living in a simulation because it simply ain't happening