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Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 11:08

Hi!

Please use this thread to report any typos or errors in Chapter 2 (Your Blade Runner) of the Early Access PDF of the BLADE RUNNER RPG Core Rulebook. Guidelines to remember:
  • Before reporting an error, please check and see if it already has been reported, and if so, don't report it again.
  • If you want to discuss or feedback something that is not a clear error, don't do it here - instead, please start a new forum post the specific issue.
Please report your feedback no later than July 1 2022. After this date, we may not be able to make any further changes.

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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 15:15

p. 036:
If you gain three or more Promotion Points in a single session, you can be awarded a distinction by Deputy Chief Holden.
(my emphasis)

p. 220:
After a single game session in which a character earned five Promotion Points or more, they will be awarded a distinction by Deputy Chief Holden.
(my emphasis)

So: three or five promotion points for a distinction?
 
GoobyMD
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 16:49

P. 027, Years on the Force: On the positive side, more experience gives you higher starting skill levels, plus more specialties, Promotion Points, Chinyen Points and when starting out.
(emphasis mine)
Should be: plus more specialties, Promotion Points, and Chinyen Points when starting out.
 
shoegays
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 17:22

Page 027:
Archetype paragraph says "The Skimmer is only available for human characters, while the Doxie is reserved for Replicants. The others are open to any type of character."

However, the table beneath seems to suggest human characters get Skimmer and Cityspeaker where Replicants do not.
 
CitizenZero
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 20:29

Page 45 --
In the description of the Enforcer it says, Murder kick squads.

I believe canonically it should be Kick-murder squads.
 
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 20:43

Page 42 - Doxie recommended favored gear is .357 Subcompact, but this weapon is standard issue and does not need to be favored to receive unless Doxie wishes to possess two standard issue firearms.
 
CitizenZero
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 21:04

Page 31 --

Memory Table 2, Entry 7: Off the grid in the Kibble wastelands.

I believe that should read Kipple.
 
Dan Someone
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Thu 16 Jun 2022, 21:32

Typo at the end of the FIXER archetype flavor text, p. 047:

"You're determined to reach the top of that corporate ladder, even if you burn every wrung beneath you as you go."

Should be rung
 
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Sat 18 Jun 2022, 23:43

Last sentence page 037
you can also suffer penalties depending on how many subsequent tests you have failed
Verb tense doesn't fit well with the word "subsequent". Either remove "subsequent" or change "have failed" to "fail"...or do both of those changes.
 
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Re: Early Access Feedback - Core Rulebook Chapter 2

Sun 19 Jun 2022, 00:18

Last sentence page 037
you can also suffer penalties depending on how many subsequent tests you have failed
Verb tense doesn't fit well with the word "subsequent". Either remove "subsequent" or change "have failed" to "fail"...or do both of those changes.
To clarify, "subsequent" should be "previous" in this case. (Here, "subsequent" isn't a verb tense problem, but a temporal one. Subsequent anything normally can't affect one's chances to do things now; the subsequent things haven't happened yet.)

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