Erik Mona wrote:Now that Erik has announced that and lifted the gag order on the errata's existence, I will say that I have done a fairly extensive comb-through of my own notes and this thread and generated some really substantive and useful errata that will, I think, fix most if not all of the big head-scratchers in this book. It's still significantly less than the errata for a Bestiary, but a lot of them are higher profile errata than in a Bestiary and affect your character more, so it's more noticeable. That said, Deadmanwalking, if you want to continue your excellent in-depth errata quest that tapered off partway through, now is the time. I have looked at everything you brought up so far. Also everyone other than Deadmanwalking.Gorbacz wrote:Howzabout making an exception to the rule and releasing ACG errata despite not having to reprint the book yet? While I adore much of the content, it could certainly do with an update, not the least to make sure one can read a thread about ACG without having to wade through "I felt sexually assaulted by this book" comments from our resident, erm, "passionate gamers"?
We'll have an ACG errata sooner rather than later. The book has almost sold through its first print run, so we won't even need to do it "early."
However, in the meantime I am having the entire book re-proofed to catch as many errors as we can. I know there is an unacceptably high number of errors that involve rules elements, but the book has more typos and other sloppiness in simple running text than I'm comfortable with, and I want to make sure we fix before we reprint. Some of that stuff will reveal more errata material, I suspect.