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Re: Post spelling error / suggestions here

Postby Majora » Sun May 28, 2017 2:31 pm

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This should say Couldn't instead of Could, right?
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Re: Post spelling error / suggestions here

Postby Groli » Tue May 30, 2017 11:17 am

"He seemed particularly peaceful and quiet as if naught (=nothing) could trouble his mind anymore" is correct
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Re: Post spelling error / suggestions here

Postby Pole Doctor » Mon Jul 17, 2017 5:59 pm

Hi,

Here are some typos I encountered :

* accused // Luvuxo (splits the sentence in two)

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* Line 6 : An thing

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Also, and IIRC, the combat interface shows 'Triple Atack' with a single t (have to verify this one though).
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Re: Post spelling error / suggestions here

Postby Dr. Jones » Sat Oct 14, 2017 5:33 pm

When translating the text into Spanish I saw a mistake in the event: evt-cave-corpses

We [found a |arrived at a] small cavern [scattered|jumbled|strewn] with the [remains|debris|detritus|aftermath] of what seemed to be a failed expedition. [The few mortal remains were long rotten|The few remnants were long rotten|What little remained was rotten|The rotten remains of what must have been a French explorer|The skeleton of what must have been a British explorer stared at us through cracked eye sockets|The skeletal remains of what must have been a German explorer presented us with a crooked smile|The rotten remains of what must have been a Swedish explorer with smashed features|The skeletal remains of what must have been an Italian explorer with many broken bones|The rotten remains of what must have been an Arabian explorer stared at us through hollow eye sockets|The horrid remains of what must have been a Persian explorer presented us with a crooked smile|The rotten remains of what must have been an African explorer|The mangled remains of what must have been an Oriental explorer]. All the bones we found had been cracked open and, it seemed, sucked empty of marrow.


As you can see, the texts in bold letters have a substantive but not a verb, so the sentence is incomplete.
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Re: Post spelling error / suggestions here

Postby Dr. Jones » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:59 pm

The fungus curse needs to have its characteristic word underlined in red.

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