Gladiator: Quest for the Rudis has been in our Kickstarter backers’ hands for several months and the game recently became available in your FLGS too. Thanks to the questions and comments from players of the game, designer Jim Trunzo has fashioned an errata and update based on his correspondence, including on our forum. There are a number of clarifications of things we got right, but we did make some mistakes too!
Also, some players prefer to keep track of their gladiators’ information on paper instead of the game board, so we’ve made a scoresheet along the lines of one that Jim originally wanted to include in the game. We eventually omitted the pad of scoresheets because there are so many other components to the game and a pad of sheets eventually runs out anyway, right?
Included in the errata and update is a list of five cards from the main game and one card from the Famous Gladiators expansion deck that have been changed. All six of these cards are available free directly from Nocturnal Media. Instructions are included on the errata sheet.
These six new cards are also available via POD on DTRPG at “cost” (the least we can charge on that site). If you would prefer to order the cards from that site or download a PDF of the new cards, then please find each of the six cards listed individually on the Gladiator: Quest for the Rudis product page.
Here are links to these two free updates: