Topic: Text errors

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  • #18927
    Rap
    Keymaster

    Fixed.

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    #18944
    Rahziel
    Participant

    “.. seems to do nothing to stem the tide.”
    or
    “.. seems to achieve nothing in stemming the tide.” – which sounds a lot better; suggested by Ned Stark.

    #18945
    Rap
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    Fixed.

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    #18946
    Wargasm
    Participant

    Should be tells instead of tell:

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    #19023
    Rahziel
    Participant

    After All – separately.

    #19030
    Rahziel
    Participant

    men

    #19032
    Rahziel
    Participant

    Bows can not be fired and crossbows be reloaded while engaged in melee.

    bows, but – missing comma

    #19359
    Wargasm
    Participant

    ^ I think the above two bits of text are fine as they are. You might say “and crossbows can not be reloaded” to make it complete, but the missing words are implied from the earlier part of the sentence. Or it could say “bows cannot be fired nor crossbows reloaded while engaged in melee”. In the second one, having or not having a comma doesn’t affect the meaning; it’s just a question of whether you’d want a bit of breathing space when speaking it aloud.

    See a couple more minor text omissions below (both just missing an “s”).

    #19365
    Ned Stark
    Participant

    Bows can not be fired and crossbows be reloaded while engaged in melee.

    I think the it’d sound better as,
    “While engaged in melee, bows cannot be fired and crossbows may not be reloaded.”

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    I think this text from the image might be fine. The peddler could be implying that he only needs to purchase the goods from a single local.

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