Re: Typos

... post your favorite game bugs here for the coders' attention. Please, please, please, show the steps necessary to repeat the bug. Otherwise they can't be solved and they will be ignored...

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Re: Typos

Post by Elysia » Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:51 am

Thore wrote:Can't dock boats using correct capitalization:

* R HP:Scratched MV:Strong > read sign
Ships docking here:

* R HP:Scratched MV:Fresh > embark Hummingbird
Arglebargle, glop-glyf!?!
Mobol won't have room to fix that.

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Re: Typos

Post by Elysia » Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:51 am

Zarth wrote:Some emotes have a crazy character inserted instead of ' (single quote aka apostrophe)

o HP:Healthy MV:Fresh >
flex zarth
Narcissistic, arenメt we?

Compare with:
o HP:Healthy MV:Full >
order ghar hshake 2.ghar
A Ghar'ghael trolloc shakes an Elite Ghar'ghael guard's hand vigorously.

Investigation shows that the first emote has a charcter of 0x92 instead of 0x27.
Socials are coded, I literally can't touch them.

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Re: Typos

Post by gothmog » Wed Jan 13, 2016 12:05 pm

o S HP:Scratched MV:Strong > l fade
Ever word hisses off the tongue of Fidrag as he oversees his tribe of
Al'ghol trollocs. One small step out of line equals an instant lashing and
brings about a large chance of death if it prevents him from completing the
orders of his Great Lord.

Fidrag the Myrddraal is in excellent condition.

Fidrag the Myrddraal is using:
<worn about body> an inky black cloak
<slung on back> an axe harness
<worn on hands> a pair of dark gloves
<worn on legs> a pair of ebony-steel plate greaves
<worn on feet> a pair of thick metal boots

That "large chance of death" business just seems a little wordy.

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Re: Typos

Post by Rayven » Thu Jan 14, 2016 8:35 pm

The Blue Grape Tavern
The air is heavy with both the scent of tabac and the sounds of the many
patrons talking and enjoying their meals and drink. The ceiling of the
tavern is high with brighlty burning lanterns hanging from the exposed
beams. The floorboards squeak as barmaids scurry across the room to
accomodate the many calls for refills.

Tallan Avenue (1n)
A large, white-stone building stands to the north of this well travelled
avenue. Sounds of chatter and merriment waft from a bustling tavern to the
south. Tallan Avenue's stone paving continues to the east and west.

Serenda Street (1n ACS)
The main retail and business center of Amador, in this section of bustling
Amador a number of shops and services can be obtained. The splashing of
just south in the central square adds a rythmic backdrop to the
din of the people that fill the city. A general store offering a wide
variety of necessities stands to the east; a busy financial institution
is housed in an impressive stone building to the west.

Amador Northern Gate
Just inside Amador's Northern Gate, the wide, stone boulevard of Serenda
Street extends to the south. The paving stones are well-worn indicating
numerous travellers have passed through these tall, sturdy gates. The
bustling noises of the city reverberate off the stout buildings lining
the city streets.

Watch Tower (1w 1u)
Narrow arrowslits, each spaced two paces apart, are set through the
circumference of this round, stone tower. Views of the city and
the surrounding lands can be seen from here. Exposed rafters provide
nesting for small birds above, and the thick planks of wood that make
up the floor creak beneath your feet.

Serenda Street (1s Ngate)
Paving stones, made smooth from many travellers, make up the main road
that runs though Amador. Serenda Street, named after the King's palace
nearby, is meticulously kept in spite of the heavy traffic of residents
and visitors perpetually filling the city streets.

Serenda Street (3n ACS)
A neatly manicured lawn stretches to the west between the buildings lining
busy Serenda Street. The persistanttraffic of pedestrians and carts on
the stone-paved road have smoothed the stones till they almost gleam. The
many people in the streets proceed to their desired destinations in an
orderly fashion; the watchful eyes of the guards are never far.

Just a few I noticed after I noticed the one in the Blue Grape Tavern...Not sure if there is more :P

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Re: Typos

Post by Shinobi » Thu Jan 14, 2016 9:51 pm

Trained Grolm.

Weighing in at three
hundred pounds, this animal is grey green (also may need hyphen) in color
with the skin texture of a very tough frog. Three eyes are centered in the
middle of its head, capturing the movement of everything around it.

A trained grolm is in excellent condition.

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Re: Typos

Post by Marcellis » Thu Jan 19, 2017 2:09 pm

A handsome lady says 'The dresses worn by locals here mostly have a high collars and are frequently embroidered with floral motifs.'

Doing the child quest for Wall Guard the same mob as above speaks and the 'a' ought to be omitted.
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Re: Typos

Post by Taziar » Fri Jan 20, 2017 10:23 pm

Stone Steps Before the King's Palace
These wide stone steps are not very high, but they are quite deep. Their
smooth surface runs across the entire length of the Square of Tammuz here
at the bottom, but towards the top they come together more narrowly. The
steps lead up to the King's Palace of Illian.
[ obvious exits: N E ]

Tammuz should be Tammaz

Illian King and Council hall zone, south west corner of square.

Stone Steps Leading to the Great Hall of the Council
A wide staircase sweeps up to the entrance of the Great Hall of the
Council. The steps grow wider as they get closer to the bottom and the
Great Square of Tammuz, creating a pyramid effect. There is an entrance
hall just east of here, through a set of large bronze double doors.
[ obvious exits: N E S W ]

Tammuz should be Tammaz

Same zone, east side of square at Council Hall entrance.
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Re: Typos

Post by Landon » Mon Jan 23, 2017 1:30 am

Cerys already said the lack of description was intended on Thuvia's post, but I'm getting a (null) description.

Mob: a dark, furtive figure

* R HP:Wounded MV:Full > l figure
A dark, furtive figure is in excellent condition.

a dark, furtive figure is using:
<worn on head> a wide-brimmed hat
<worn about body> a dark, hooded cloak
<worn on hands> a thin pair of soft boarskin gloves
<wielded> an ebony shortblade
<worn on legs> a black pair of pants
<worn on feet> a pair of light leather boots
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Re: Typos

Post by Upson » Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:12 pm

Legion Zone

At a Tall Rock Face
This shady corner of the large, open field is bordered by a tall, slick
rock wall. A large boulder rests tightly against the wall. Creeping vines
have grown for many years up this side of this rock face, but are too think
and scraggly to offer any substantial foot hold for climbing.
[ obvious exits: S ]

think should be thin

A Silent Forest
The forest becomes very quiet here. You see an occasional bird fly
overhead, but the only sound that greets your ears is the whisper of wind
past its wings. Event the crunch of leaves under you boots seems muted.
[ obvious exits: N W ]

Event should be Even
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Re: Typos

Post by Bianca » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:50 pm

* R HP:Healthy SP:Bursting MV:Fresh > w
Tower Square
[ obvious exits: N E S W ]
An oil lamp, set in a steel cage, hangs from a high wooden pole.
A wild stallion bucks madly, being ridden by you.
A guardsman watches the streets for signs of trouble.
A woman goes about her daily business here.

* R HP:Healthy SP:Bursting MV:Fresh > l woman
Carrying a basket with frehs groceries, this woman is clearly shopping for
her family. She is dressed in a finely woven dress and coat which bear no
embellishments. She is greeted by shopkeepers and other passersby alike,
suggesting she is a local.

A local woman is in excellent condition.

a local woman is using:
<worn on finger> a heavy gold signet ring
<worn about body> a blue silk dress sewn with pearls
<worn around wrist> a golden bracelet
<wielded> an ivory-hilted stiletto
<worn on legs> a pair of silken hose
<worn on feet> a pair of blue velvet slippers
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