Dresden Files Accelerated Print Errors

Do you have a print copy of Dresden Files Accelerated for your home, store, wizard’s lair, or other assorted location? Do you plan on getting a copy? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, we want to tell you a thing! An important thing, even.

It’s been brought to our attention that about one in five copies has a print defect somewhere around the page 140-160 mark. If you have a print copy and haven’t yet cracked it open because you are too busy saving the world from chlorofiends (and thank you, if that’s the case), please check it out. If you find ripped pages–the most commonly reported error, although we’ve had a few others pop up–here’s what to do:

Email us at feedback@evilhat.com. Include one picture of the defect and your mailing address. We will send you a replacement copy.


If you’re planning on ordering a copy and haven’t gotten it yet, this problem likely won’t apply to you, although we still encourage you to check once you have the book in hand. But the fine folks at Alliance Distribution have been going through each copy one-by-one to make sure that any defective copies that aren’t already out in the wild won’t make it there. It’s painstaking work, and Kari and her crew have done a terrific job getting through them quickly.

Print defects do happen, although not usually to this extent. Of course we are working with our printer to fix the problem, but regardless of all of that, we want to make sure to say it loud and publicly–if you ever get a product from us with a print error, drop us a note. We will fix it, because that’s what you do when you take pride in your products and your customers. And we definitely do both.