Re: [Living_Greyhawk] Re: LG & Polymorph Errata
- It's not offical until it appears in an offical form: LGCS, FAQ, Errata, Dispel
Confusion +Regional Docs.
I do wish the Circle and Triads would not use Mailing Lists for such things
having said that repeatedly that they aren't official. Letting people know
what's coming is fine and welcome but making actual changes to the official
rules should not be allowed.
[the accepted fact that a lot of people ignore chunks of the official campaign
rules means that such announcements will often be heade in advance but please
don't claim that they are official]
Of course it's more irritating when this mechanism is used to ban something
--- Lance White <lwpale@...> wrote:
That is an Official Circle ruling. The triads were asked to get the
word out right now since the Dispel Confusion will take a couple
weeks to get up.
Pale Triad p.O.C.
--- In Living_Greyhawk@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Kerney" <bkerney@...>
> --- In Living_Greyhawk@yahoogroups.com, "Bryan Blumklotz"
> <perithoth@> wrote:
> > The Nyrond Triad suggested that their judges ignore the
> > until the Triad publishes their decision.rules.
> As honest as the Nyrond triad is, they can't rewrite campaign
> Until the circle posts something official, IMO the polymorph errataSPONSORED LINKS
> should be used.
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> Out of curiousity, why do you ask this? It reallyIt becomes relevent when you're dealing with rules precedents
> comes across as no different than asking your home DM,
> "What gives you the authority to decide what treasure
> and monsters we face?"
questions. If Faq say X, LGCS say Y, but recent circle statement says
Z, which version takes priority? This is less important when a
circumstance is addressed directly, and more when you're dealing with
the implications one statement has for an entirely different set of
circumstances that may or may not have been considered at the time.
Join the Infinite Monkies list if you're facinated by this kind of
discussion, or you can just take their word for it that this kind of
clarification is useful.