Go method chaining and error handling

I want to create a method chaining API in Go. In all examples I can find the chained operations seem always to succeed which I can’t guarantee. I therefore try to extend these to add the error return value.

If I do it like this

package main

import "fmt"

type Chain struct {
}

func (v *Chain)funA() (*Chain, error ) {
    fmt.Println("A")
    return v, nil
}
func (v *Chain)funB() (*Chain, error) {
    fmt.Println("B")
    return v, nil
}
func (v *Chain)funC() (*Chain, error) {
    fmt.Println("C")
    return v, nil
}

func main() {
    fmt.Println("Hello, playground")
    c := Chain{}
    d, err := c.funA().funB().funC() // line 24
}

The compiler tells me chain-err-test.go:24: multiple-value c.funA() in single-value context and won’t compile. Is there a good way so funcA, funcB and funcC can report an error and stop that chain?