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Hello all! Bit of a delayed update this time around, the new additions from the Character Operations Manual required a few new pages and some code changes. That said, I'm happy to say that all is done and ready for your viewing! Big thanks to Mark for his diligence in getting everything into the databases. New content listed below!
- Alternate Class Features have been added to the different classes
- Alternate Ability Adjustments and Racial Traits added to certain races
- New type of equipment, Shields, has been added
- Downtime rules have been added to the Rules area
- The Rules section has been restructured using the PF2E code, grouping the Rules by Source and providing a different flow of access
I'm having a hard time finding stuff with the new Rules section structure. Using search I used to be able to find things pretty easily, now more often than not I just land at the Rules section and have to try and dig down to what I want - and sometimes that isn't even possible.
Example: Search for "blinded". The top result is [Conditions] Blinded. Click that link and you land at the Rules page.
Okay, open the Core Rule Book section, scroll down to Tactical Rules - Conditions. Click that and you get the definition of what conditions are, but not the actual list of conditions.
Am I missing something?
I'd like to echo Wolf - the change to the Rules structure has made some of the rules inaccessible or extremely difficult to locate. Conditions is the biggest offender, but I've generally struggled to find other rules as well. For example, I can no longer locate the stat blocks for particular diseases (just general rules for disease and poison tracks). The rules for breaking objects are now also hard to find (the search function takes you to the top of the rules page, and the object breaking rules are nestled under Environment).
Also, not sure what happened to the search function, but it's leading to a lot of dead or unhelpful pages:
Searching for Blinding Sickness, for example, gives a link that heads to a broken page. This is where a search link takes you.
Searching for Pit Traps for example, leads to a generic page about traps, not the stat block for the pit trap. Here's where it sends you.