Sure, I’m just explaining the context. I think it would be better to rewrite the unclear stuff, but that’s not what they’re doing. And I think it’s important to understand this context - I’ve seen people state that because their interpretation of the rules wasn’t contradicted by the errata, it must be true.Rat Catcher wrote: ↑Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:19 amI find ambiguity as bad as errata, maybe even worse. If something is plain wrong (errata), you could guess the correct intent. But with vague rules, anyone can be right or wrong - because it's all up for grabs.
In theory a lot of the ambiguous stuff should be covered in the FAQ, but so far it’s only covered a few of the more common issues.