The following corrections and clarifications have been made to the Myythic rulebook:
- Hylataur Clarification: Froggy Eatery. This Technique requires an attack roll.
- Skill Clarification: Scholar. This allows one automatic success, including any attack roll portion of a Technique, not just Technique Confirmation.
- Rule Clarification: Techniques. (Physical) tag Techniques use your Melee Combat Modifier, (Magical) tag Techniques use your Brilliance Modifier. If it has both, you may choose to use either of the two.
- Conditions Clarification: Unless explicitly stated, Conditions cannot critically hit.
- Inquisitor Clarification: Inquisitors cannot wield a 2H weapon. They cannot benefit from Dual Wielding unless they pick up the Level 7 Technique: Syringe-Claw Specialist.
- Inquisitor Clarification: Stitch and Scalpel Work. Verbiage indicates this only works with a dagger. This works with any weapon.
- Inquisitor Correction: Nerve Strike. You make a quick, fluid motion and quickly hit multiple nerve clusters on a target. If successful, they take an additional 3 HP damage and are inflicted with Wound 1 (3HP), Blind 1, and once you have a level die, Weaken 1 (Attack | 3).
- Inquisitor Clarification: Overdose. The next Technique used utilizing the Syringe-Claw doubles in Duration and Intensity.
- Scalawag Clarification: Skullduggery. The damage granted by this does not count toward condition intensity. ie: Poison 1 (1d8 + (1d6 from Skullduggery)), an increase in intensity would be Poison 1 (1d10 + (1d6 from Skullduggery)).
- Inquisitor Clarification: When re-applying Conditions such as Poison or Wound the intensity increases by 1 point. ie: Wound 1 (3HP) to Wound 1(4HP).
- Mulligan Clarification: Mulligans during character creation cannot be used to alter the outcomes of stats. An example of this in how it is not intended to work would be to change the amount of HP you gain as a result of Fortitude.
- Dispeller Correction: Memory Mage. Incapacitate only lasts 1 turn.
- Creature Clarification: Lich. Health Drain deals HP damage.
- Creature Clarification: Ghoul. Its attack that inflicts Undead only does so if it damages HP.