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Colin Houghton
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I've found errata for individual cards, and the publisg
her's FAQ, but are there any rules errata? Many thanks in advance!
 
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Chou4555 wrote:
I've found errata for individual cards, and the publisg
her's FAQ, but are there any rules errata? Many thanks in advance!


Kinda need "typo errata" on your question.

(Just pulling your chain....for fun)
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Well, you said you found the FAQ...

In the FAQ, there are several changes that should be made to the rulebook, not just the cards. So I'm not quite sure what you're asking for, since you said you found... what you're asking for.
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Thanks for that (chain-pulling too!). I hadn't read the FAQs yet because I haven't got the game (cycling to local store in Brixton to get it today).

Just that me being an old English pedant (not peasant!) FAQ is not the same as errata...
 
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The official "FAQ" is a mix of normal FAQ *and* errata on the same page.
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Chou4555 wrote:
Thanks for that (chain-pulling too!). I hadn't read the FAQs yet because I haven't got the game (cycling to local store in Brixton to get it today).

Just that me being an old English pedant (not peasant!) FAQ is not the same as errata...
I totally understand. To me, errata is errata and a FAQ is for frequently asked questions, not errata. But, it seems companies are getting more and more into combining them together into a single document and choosing to either name it a FAQ or name it FAQ/Errata.

FFG did this with their Descent2e stuff.

It's confusing at first if you're not used to it, but such is life. I just started reading all the FAQs for the games I play, even if I didn't really have any questions, just in case there's any errata in the FAQ.
 
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Colin Houghton
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Thanks DP. I am a human, and I can adapt. I guess it's no big issue. The first thing I do whenever I buy a game is check up the FAQ and the errata from these hallowed pages of BGG. Just that as a writer, words and their meanings are important to me!

I now have the game, and it looks great. I have read the rule book once, and I have to say I found it confusing... but I will persist and try a solo game this weekend.

I used to play D&D a few decades ago and even painted my own metal figures (I had a seventh level gnome illusionist- bizarre) but haven't got the time, patience, and friends who would support old style RPG fantasy gaming. This seems a good solution!
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