Re: Errata Erratum?

From: KYER, JEFFREY <jeff.kyer_at_...>
Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2000 10:14:50 -0400

Alex Ferguson wrote:
> From the updated errata:
> | Page 192 Remove the word "magical" in the sentence "Curses are
> | resisted by the best magical resistance of the target...".
> OK... But what exactly does it mean now? What sort of 'generic
> resistance' is it referring to? This sounds like a complete non-
> statement: curses may be resisted by curse-resisting types of
> abilities...

If you are being cursed with weakness, you could resist with strong, tough, healthy, whatever.

It means you have more options for defence.

If you're being cursed with being stupid, you can resist with wise.

If you're being cursed with cowardice, you can resist with brave.

etc, etc...  

> Also:
> | Page 231 Replace the word "augmentations" with "enhancements" in
> | the sentence "Appropriate magic for the optional contact
> | modifier are...".
> I'm confused by this. Is this a deliberate 'unclarification'?
> Are all augmentations "enhancements"? What else might an
> "enhancement" be?
> Cheers,
> Alex.

They are bundling edges and augments together and calling them enhancements. Looks pretty simple to me.


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