Reply To: New Text Errors

#19960
Ned Stark
Participant

The first picture is a simple typo; “at” was used instead of “ate”.

For the second picture, if you have the dialogue state:

Bertram asks the men, “If a day’s march or a night spent in the rain wears you down, how will you face an orc charge?”

Someone snappishly replies, “Dry and alert.”

^ Doing so makes the dialogue slightly less confusing to the reader (so they know who’s talking where), and grammatically correct.

Note: I did swap the words “snappishly” and “replies” but that really doesn’t make a difference and isn’t incorrect at all to begin with… I just like the way I ordered it better.

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