Just finished playing Rorke's Drift and noticed 2 issues:
- Zone N range/target zones are incorrect. This was posted previously here but not addressed.
- Final Redoubt (Zone D) shows lots of zones that are acceptable targets HOWEVER the rules clearly state that you cannot fire across 2 walls and most of these violate that rule. We could not figure out how to play this so we decided to follow the rule that you cannot fire across 2 walls. Not sure if the Final Redoubt is supposed to be an exception to the 2 wall rule - you would think so based on the number of eligible zones as target printed on the map.
Sure wish the designer would chime in on this site. I couldn't find any errata on the Worthington Games website. (Still don't understand how games make it to production with errata on the map and rules vs. map ambiguity.)
Other than these 2 confusing moments, we had a good time playing the game and are planning a 2nd session.
I believe the final redoubt is an exception to the rule. Historically it was elevated, I think.