I don't mean to double post, but I just found another spelling error. When you collect all of the Ion Charges for the quest 'Star Talker', Amelia StarDust says, "... We can use these Ion Charges to reactive..." It should say reactivate, not reactive.
Cyrus Drake gives you the quest "Mything Persons" and during his dialogue there is a spelling error. He says, "For you next spell you'll need to find the seraph Lady Sylvan." It should say for your next spell. Thought I should point that out.
When you prepare to press 'X' to use Mago Onetusk's boat it appears as "Dancing Queen" as it should. Well, once you've used it you are transported to the Drum Jungle area. Everything is good so far. WELL, once there if you turn around to use the "Dancing Queen" to be transported back to the Waterfront, it is suddenly called "Sobaka's Boat."
No I know what you're thinking because I was thinking it too. "Wait, WHAAAATTTTT?!?!?!" Yep.
Now, I wasn't sure if this was the forum post to reply to for this problem, but I didn't know if you considered these boats character-like entities.
I have a screenshot if needed, but I can't figure out how to attach it with the attachment button thingy.
In the quest "Not So Welcome to Myth", during the part when you talk to Harold Argleston, in the last set of dialogue, there is no space between "book." and "Personally", which is the start of a different sentence.
This is one that I noticed on the quests. It seems to happen on Wizard City quests and I haven't yet pinned down all the ones it occurs on but I can confirm it happens on Grim Tales and the Smiths. For the Commons Smith, it says it's located in Grizzleheim, Austriland which is very false. Grim Tales then says Boris Tallstaff is in the same place(Grizzleheim).
Unfortunately, I cannot give specific quest names. However, there are several wizard city quests that are said to go to Wintertusk instead of the actual location. I noticed this with quests regarding people that are located in the Wizard City Library.
Many of the Celestian texts are missing a period at the end. For example, in the District of the Stars, the monolith you repair at the start of the area has three lines, the lowermost two are both missing a period character, however the top one isn't.
Could you please remind Ashley, in Dragonspyre Academy, that upon closer examination there are only four pieces to the Dragonrider staff now not nine, and that the other five pieces are either fakes, singed splintered, or figments of her imagination. As I was told find four pieces that had been hidden throughout the Spiral, and do not recall finding another five pieces (unless someone using their time in study hall to meddle with memories, both hers and mine, maybe more students as well, this might be a minor problem someone should look into this).
In one of Diego the Duelmaster's quests, "Advanced Combat", he says "You can also use a zero rank spell if you want to save up Power Pips", and you don't learn about Power Pips until later in his lesson. I think it could be changed to "You can also use a zero rank spell if you want to save up Pips."
If it wasn't already specified, Apollo Bright One says his name like "Opollo (Oh-Paul-Oh) Bright One", but the correct saying is Ah-Paul-Oh, like if you were saying Apollo 11. No offense, to whoever had voiced him! (Also, my bad if "Opollo" is the correct pronunciation of "Apollo"!) TO: Sir Cyrus Drake, Honored Myth Professor~ from: Scarlet Silversword, Magus Necromancer
The boot shop in Marleybone has a sign over the door reading "Foxhound's Footware" and unless I've not been told of some obscure rule english has about that, I'm pretty sure it should be spelled "Footwear".
I spotted another grammar error during the quest, "Fish, Glorious Fish!", where Ryoshi's voice says, "Ryoshi loves a challenge! Our first friendly challenge is to catch one Grape Jellyfish an one Origami Fish. Ready... Fish!", but the text incorrectly says, "Or first friendly challenge...". Perhaps this would be worth your time to correct that, Professor Cyrus Drake.