What's the semi-official successor to what?
As I understand it, the NetEA is the semi-official successor to GW's development. NetEA produced the FAQs currently on GW's website, helped produce the errata, etc.
The rule, or the FAQ? Everything looks right to me.
The listing in the table of contents.
Up to the AC's. I pushed a bit on some names but it's their call on their list.
Not necessarily officially, just in this instance (the Table of Contents) for space concerns.
Right, they are Stigmatus Covenant Covens. Apparently someone made an agreement with Stigmatus and they decided to organize their rabble as covens.
Right on both of them, but I'm still not touching the rules.
I'll give you a nickel...
I think it'd be worth compiling another errata document then, just for grammatical and spelling stuff. We can send it off to GW and see what happens - worse comes to worse it'll come back with a blessing and no actual action.
Where should I post the FAQ nitpickings, then?
Why are the italic numerals sans-serif but the rest of the font isn't? This appears elsewhere, and it confuses the hell out of me.
Got specific section numbers?
In italic text, any number seems to be sans serif. I think it's the font, but it's weird
On these, OO won't let you put a footnote inside a frame. I could always hide the real footnote and put a fake one in the frame but it won't auto-update its number when new footnotes are added. That felt too problematic to me, so I went with the ugly way of doing it.
I was afraid you'd say that.
Perhaps in the final draft add a fake footnote in a logical place as well as the original footnote, just so it's more noticable (yes, the text is obvious, but still).
Ug, chancing all the appropriate "Blast Markers" to "Blast markers" is going to suck.
Case-sensitive search and replace. You'll be fine.
If I put it above the footnotes the layout gets screwy, this was the safer way.
Perhaps write a bunch of invisible text specifically for this page, then put the table in the middle of it? Right now it kind of creates the impression the tables are unofficial.