Oh, the latest update (wait for it, this is spectacular) is that :
(a) there are some ambiguities in the final rules, so there will be errata
(b) some of the cardboard pieces have not been die-cut (at all, it seems)
(c) two of the pieces are misprinted
Now, calmly now - put down the knife; allegedly there are fixes proposed that go beyond (i) emailed rules clarifications, (ii) "cut the tiles apart with a Stanley knife" (paraphrase, but - yep, that's the gist), (iii) paste-ups.
I have just gone and got Tammanay Hall, looked at all the pieces and the rulebook, and consoled myself with the thought that Pandasaurus do good work but take forever and spout bullshit while we while away our time trying to guess what's really happening.
So, I think he probably will fix these latest errors, and we will likely be happy. Eventually. It may take months, during which time I suppose we will make do. But it begs the question: after all these delays, endless fiddling about and infuriating "updates" that tell us all the deckchairs have new canvas... WHAT THE F### HAS HE BEEN DOING?
This latest update also mentions that some folks in the US have their copies already. I nearly bit a coffee cup when I read that.
KonradwithaK wrote: Keep in mind, that's what they said for themselves. Not sure what they learned, though.
The possibilities are endless.
possible to play a dangerous drinking game when reading the updates... Sip a beer whenever he enthuses about the artwork, sip a shot whenever he mentions add-ons, drink a beer if he discusses shipping for the USA without info for the rest of us, drink a shot if he talks about customs, and sink a boilermaker if the printers come up. By the time he drops (another) bombshell about delays you are too plastered to care...