Okay, I take the point folks. No harm in hoping or even lobbying for something in some way. I never meant to imply or infer that anyone shouldn't, but as a player of T since near 1E and on through 4ER (though I skipped 3E), I have watched what did and did not come to the game. In that there is some hope, for along with resurrecting old stuff, FFG is dependable for bringing some new things to the game.
And don't be too much of a purest when it comes to what's official, though perhaps always wait to try something unofficial until you become a bit of an aficionado of the game. Admittedly there's a lot of fan made content, which can make it a bit much to paw through in trying to find something that truly appeals to you individually. But at least that by itself is a testament to the core of the game itself and its appeal. AND, in that, FFG has been very gracious and even openly supportive in ways of the T-fan "homebrew" community. They are one of the few game developers who have done so, and Jon New over at TalismanIsland.com has done MUCH in facilitating that for us.
Don't have time for much more on the "curses" topic; busy day today. But I may have a playful bit or two to share soon. At which point, I might even suggest bridging to a new topic thread in the homebrew subforum, if anyone is still interested in more discussion on that.