Gothic Earth News
The following list shows all changes made within the last year. All entries are written by Scott Hardie.
November 13, 2018: Character sheets are now printed in the Garamond font per player suggestions. :-P
October 12, 2018: I fixed a bug showing a same-day game session in the "Today in Game History" sidebar, and removed the Notes section from printable character sheets since it's no longer needed.
October 2, 2018: I added "crossbow" as a row in the Rolls Chart.
September 21, 2018: I added horizontal rules between game sessions in the Storyline section to make the page easier to scan.
September 2, 2018: The Characters page is formatted like a story. I added a brief conclusion at the bottom now that we're nearly at the end of the campaign.
August 25, 2018: Jeremiah Poisson and Gant Harrington have been reactivated. Welcome back, Miah! Players now earn 10 catchup points per game session, twice the previous amount. Unless Miah is absent often, Gant should be on equal footing with the other PCs by the end of the campaign.
July 27, 2018: I added several things to the game:
• An Augment attribute requested by Kelly and Wes.
• A No Possessions defect, which I retroactively applied to Marmaduke.
• A Ventriloquism skill requested by Wes.
• A Lip Reading skill.
July 21, 2018: I fixed a bug preventing the "Portals" field from showing up for characters who have taken the new Connected Portals attribute. It should be there now when you edit your character.
July 14, 2018: A new attribute thas been added at Kelly's request: Connected Portals. (Kelly asked for a plan to link Special Attack, Teleport, and Dimensional Portal to accomplish this. I decided that a new attribute made more sense.)
March 17, 2018: I added a new attribute, Wealth. This would have broken the game for much of its length, but now that we're near the end, it should be fine. This is one of the original Tri-Stat dX attributes that I left out of the game until now.
Changes to Gothic Earth are sometimes mentioned on the Funeratic News page instead, when they're part of site-wide alterations.