This Thred is made so that everyone who playes ToI and wants updated Errata for all titles in the ToI series ( and errata for FotB) can post their support for this and show FFG how many people out there want this, (and the possible number of customers they might lose)
FFG, all the issues have been outlined in many posts on your own forum so it should not be hard to know what needs updates (thats if you have been listening)
Hopefully this Thred ends up with lots of posts.
Aussie Digger supports the great need of updated errata and new errata for FotB
I support the great need of updated errata and new errata for FotB. These games are too expensive for the support to be so shoddy. Avalanche Press sufferes in the same way....too expensive and no support. GMT is great! I had lost some charts for the East Front series and they charts for all the series ...free! You can't even get errat from FFG!!!
i agree 100%, we pay too much and FFG cares too little...
FFG board meeting, "hahahahaha we got those suckers to buy more unfinished, untested, and not play tested products again..."
An updated FAQ is sorely needed.
And then on to a complete rules compendium with optional advanced rules...
Umh, well, later perhaps...
... and signed again or else my post is too short to be published.
Seconded, thirded and fourded....
known on most other wargame related forums as boersma8 (AAM, memoir'44, BGG etc.)
Curious if a) FFG had a presence at Origins this year and if so b) anyone spoke to them about the need for errata, or a presence on their boards, or the issues with FotB, etc....
Add me to the list.
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