This is really starting to p*** me off. Come on WotC, you promised us an update months ago and since then there's been nothing but silence. If you're going to quit putting these out, at least have the courtesy to tell us. Otherwise an update on when we should expect them would be nice for your paying customers.
Oh well, I guess I'll just burn all this useless money I have lying around instead of giving it to WotC for some imaginary 4e support that I expected.
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Its just shoddy practice to commit to deliver something, fail to deliver several times in a row, ignore queries about it and make no statement to clarify the situation. I would have thought that WotC had learnt the lessons about communication with its customers by now.
You may have noticed that we haven't released an errata update recently. We have continued to monitor the errata coming in from the community, and over the past few months, there hasn't been enough material to justify a release. We have also been doing a second review of past releases, but at this point, we've covered a majority of fixes.
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FYI Yesterday over on the Errata Boards WoTC_Trevor wrote:You may have noticed that we haven't released an errata update recently. We have continued to monitor the errata coming in from the community, and over the past few months, there hasn't been enough material to justify a release. We have also been doing a second review of past releases, but at this point, we've covered a majority of fixes.As a result, we're moving toward a system of updates in which we'll correct issues when we have enough material to merit a release, rather than once per month.Please continue to post up any errors you find in the forums here, or through the help site and we will address them in a future update.
Wow, that's disingenuous.
there are years of back suggestions on the boards
Spirited Away A Shaman Handbook
Shooting for the Moon: A Miniguide to Bow Clerics
Master of My Domain: A Miniguide to Warpriests
Ginzu Items: A Guide to Dual Purpose Implements & Weapons
Night at the Roxbury: Tricks for Parties With Multiple Defenders
Shaman Spirit Companion FAQ
This Party is Off the Hook! A Miniguide to Party Optimization
My Fun builds:
Exemplars of the Faith: A Cleric Build Handbook
Defender, Set Hammers to Stun: 8.5 Stuns an Encounter at level 23
Swampthing: Earthforger Lifespirit Warden Verdant Lord
St. Elmo's Fire: Satyr Monk/Chaladin, Challenge, Slide, and Shift!
Don't Come Around Here No More: A Catch 22 WorldSpeaker
Bear Trap: Polearm Momentum Protector Shaman Disciple of Winds
Boo The Ghostrager: Golaith Barbarian Ghostwalker
Raging Teleporter: Genasi Barbarian/Assault swordmage Ghostblade
Wow, that's disingenuous.
It sounded genuous to me. ymmv. there are years of back suggestions on the boards
I can only imagine that a lot of that is conflicting overstatements written by fans that are rarely pleased with any result.
Was there any output from this second review of errata? Even just a confirmation that nothing had been found that needed amendment?