Anyone have cunning ideas for best integrating clarification/notes/&c. into the rule book?
While this forum provides most excellent answers to rules-uncertainty, I can’t always access the forum during a game—and even if I can, finding a suitable thread and locating the answer within it stalls game momentum. So, it would be convenient to have those things to hand.
With errata &c. for other games, I’ve tried:
- Printing the notes out and tucking that document into the front of the book, but checking something in the rules then checking the printout to see if it has changed both increases time needed and can lead to missing things;
- Writing notes directly into the book, but that suffers from there being limited space;
- Writing each note on a sticky note and adding it to the appropriate page, which did allow for both greater space to detail the change and the ability to replace a change with a newer one, but also resulted in existing rules often being hidden by a note.
Potentially, there isn’t a way that doesn’t involve compromise between strength of connection and textual clarity; however, has anyone developed any cunning ways of having these glosses immediately obvious when opening the relevant page without making the rules harder to read?