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Jim Dietz
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Hi,

I know what we have found that needs to be changed...have you, the gamers, noticed typos that should be fixed?

I want to make sure none of them get missed...as (finally) FF nears going off to the printers.
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Tim Earl
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I assume you've already taken care of the obvious one: the misprint regarding debate token points on the reference card.
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Rodolphe Duhil
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I assume that you are refering to these well-known errors.

Player reference card
- Virginia is spelled wrong on the front of each player reference cards.
- Game End. The scoring summary in the lower right corner of the card is wrong. The card says you get 5-4-2-1 points. The rules say you get 5-4-3-2 points. The rules are right, the card is wrong.

Are you going to change the texts of some cards to incorporate the clarifications? and then potentially make some typos
Example: Luther Martin (Maryland ) The Bore
(Persistent). No one may speak in debate for the remainder of the current round.
→ This event does NOT prevent the effects of other events. These events may affect the debate tracks because they are not "Speak in Debate" action.
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Rodolphe Duhil
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I just gave a quick look at the cards.

William Houston.
The event should be Intra-Delegation Stalemate (and not Inter-) as it concerns only one delegation.

Thomas Fitzsimons.
"Fitzsimons and the other delegates to the Convention took a brief respite to commemorate the 4th of July celebrations in July".
To commemorate an event, yes, but a celebration? It seems strange. Better remove "celebrations in July".

James Wilson.
No name for his event.

John Blair.
[...] stand on the election of presidents [...]. president? the president?
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