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POLL: GW's New Errata Policy


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Arkady Inactive Member writes:

Uh-huh.

Does GW realize that in our time and day, the only way not to be able to find someone with internet access and the kindness to supply you with a printout of vital online errata is to be violently antisocial?

Or an obnoxious twelve year old, maybe.

But if that's the kind of crowd GW considers their target audience, well, I guess I'll just make sure I never come within 100 yards of one of the GW run havens for them ever again.


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VOTING RESULTS
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excellent new policy!
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this sounds like a very good idea
39
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I like the new policy
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I'm not sure
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I dislike the new policy
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this sounds like a very bad idea
40
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terrible new policy!
53
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not a GW gamer
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no opinion
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

In White Dwarf #320, Jervis Johnson announced a new errata policy for Games Workshop:

...from now on, our errata will only fix typographical errors or unclear rules. Further changes will be made only when we bring out a new edition of a rulebook or supplement.

He explains that in the past, posting rules fixes in online FAQ's caused "all kinds of ill will" from people who did not have online access.

Do you approve of the new policy?