Hope I'm not stating a duplicate and I don't think this was intentional: during the quest to get scarecrow, Dworgyn says, " ... To tell you know would be premature." The proper spelling of that would be "now" not "know" If it was intentional, I guess the pun wasn't so clear to me.
I have encountered that in the last sentence of Tobias Splitsky before he gives the quest "THE WORLD IS CLOSING IN" which was "Talk to Sabra, for I think she has worked out a new plan", he didn't say the word "for". - Adrian Deathwraith 93
I found another error with the dialogue of Eoin Gentlewind standing at Last Wod in the world of Khrysalis. Before claiming his first quest entitled "HAT TRICK", his very first sentences are written: "You're the great and powerful Spellbinder, aren't you? The Burrows here have many good things to say about you." But when hearing him say it, it's: "You're the great and powerful Spellbinder, aren't you? The Burrowers here have many good things to say about you." Reasonably, he spoke the right words but only mistakenly written.
Also, from the same NPC, on his fifth and sixth sentence, it's written as: "If only I had the Helm of Rodoric, then I'd be a courageous warrior. What, don't you know what the Helm of Rhodoric is?" But hearing it, he didn't say the sixth sentence but instead, only the fifth sentence alone.
Actually, they are not. Written and spoken language are not always symmetrical. It in fact WAS a grammatical issue, and the corrector was accurate.
I wasn't a grammatical issue, merely a mismatch of the written and spoken. Both are grammatically correct whether spoken or written, however they should match. When the written word is captioning for spoken, it should always match the speaker, whether or not his speech is grammatically correct.
Other wise Cyrus drake I think the only reason you are so angry is you had hard time with minions cause minions take your traps like feint just to waste it on a fire cat
To Cyrus drake Teacher
Yo, it should be Professor Drake. Don't call him by his first name, its disrespectful as in real life. I mean, for example, you would'nt call your math teacher John Findlay or something, Idk what math teacher you got.
I have noticed that Open chat people can't say sloth but yet text chat people can? Makes no sense at all. Especially since we have sloth mounts and can't even say what it is because of it being a red word for us open chat people.
I was looking at the new updated chat menu and I found a spelling problem under housing. it says you've worked at lot at crafting. I know this is small but its something you can fix, especially after you have updated the spelling.
In the quest "Long in the tooth" (part of the quest line to get the sabertooth pet) there is something inaccurate.
The text bubble reads: "What a strange looking egg. It's as hard - and as heavy - as a rock! There's no way this egg can hatch into a pet."
But the narrator only says: "It's as hard - and as heavy - as a rock! There's no way this egg can hatch into a pet."
And in the quest before "long in the tooth" the voice actor of Alhazred says something like: "as much as I can give" whereas the speech line is "as much as I can give you". (I'm not quite sure the words in the first quest but I know that Alhazred misses out the last word).
If you can fix these two things up that would be great.
During my quest in Sardonyx entitled "Can't Go Home Again", after defeating Raptorial Sentry with Zarozinia the Deathsong, a dialogue appeared but instead of Zarozinia's face to be seen on the circle on the left side, it was Zaltanna the Mirromask's face who appeared. Also, when reviewing the dialogue of the same quest in my quest book, on the second dialogue, Zarozinia's name doesn't appear. These bugs may not be encountered by all or maybe just by me but still I wanted to tell about these errors I encounter.
I have a quest in Kondha Desert entitled "One Of Us" where I should speak to Prester the Blazingwind. On the first dialogue, I can see that it is Prester's face that is on the circle on the left side of the dialogue yet it's the voice of the narrator who speaks the dialogue.
In the quest "Not in Kansas Anymore...", Dorothy Gale says something like "Can you say hi to Private Conollyfor me?", when she should say, "Can you say hi to Private Conelly for me?". Small error, but you should fix it! One of the first side quests, after all!