Thank You for your reply, Yes I know that they have the name as a first or second name. The first one is correct. However, do you know what the word "ANGLE" means? Or how it is pronounced? The "G" in this version of the word has the actual G sound, like in the word "Great". As I stated before, it is a point where 2 lines meet. Example: 90 degree right angle. I understand that you bring up the point, about Angel Angel. But that's why the names are not connected. The name is a choice, for either the first OR the second name. Not both. I also stated that This was meant to be in the context of the game. I don't think that they meant for a name to have a math reference to an intersecting vector point. Read all the names, where does the word Angle fit is to this game at all. If someone had the name "Angel Anglefeather" how much sense does that make in a fantasy realm game like this?, It is a math reference. Again, I do believe that they meant it to be Angel. Even though they made this wonderful and fascinating game, the programmers can make mistakes. They are human, (I think )
That's why they have this section called "Cyrus Drake's Red correcting pen". Mark Dragonleaf
Angel(An.Jell) - 1.Good spirit with Dove wings and a halo. 2. Nickname for Angela/Angelo
Angle(An.Gull) - Corner, curve, turn
The are two very different words with two very different pronunciation and very different meanins
This isn't really y a spelling correction but you can't say numbers like 43, 456, or 2, and you can't say number words like forty, sixty-six, or twenty-nine, but you can say stuff like fourth or eleventh. Please fix this it's really annoying. Thanks bye! Also can you change my name to Jake SpiritBreeze
I was helping my friend in Xibalba yesterday, and while we were fighting "Skurkis Screaming Moon", we noticed something. When she cheats making her minions heal her, she shouts "Feed me my minion!". This is grammatically wrong, because "Feed me my minion" would mean she was literally eating her minion. It should actually be "Feed me, my minion!". It needs an added comma (although it is hilarious, it should still be fixed).
Hello, Professor Drake! When I was questing in Tyrian Gorge, I spotted a very small error in quest dialogue. In the quest "Local Expertise," at the end of the Hundred Leggers' dialogue, there should be a period or exclamation point at the end of the sentence "Ask Captain K'toor J'rrol!"
The Hades and Zeus gear says Hades' and Zeus' rather than Hades's and Zeus's. It is grammatically incorrect. Even though the names end in s, they are still singular and thus need apostrophe s added to the end rather than just an s.
-Jasmine Owltalon, level 95 myth
Actually, there is a grammar rule that says if the name ends in "s," it is acceptable to do either Hades' or Hades's. The "s" is deemed repetitive and therefore unnecessary. When I wrote this, the red error line went under the second spelling.
In the quest "The Rainbow's End" the three color serpent says "I sssee a lossst queen in a ring fort. Sshe will help you rally the rossse knightsss for your final pusssh againssst the Pendragon!" When all he says in the voice-over is:"a lossst queen in a ring fort. Sshe will help you rally the rossse knightsss for your final pusssh againssst the Pendragon!"
When previewing the Avalon Castle Plot, on the second slide of words she refers to it as a 'lot' instead of a 'plot' like all the other slides it is mentioned. It makes sense either way, but is this intentional, or is it supposed to be 'plot?'
I'm not sure if this really counts for spelling, it's more that it's inaccurate but I'll say it anyway. In Dragonspyre, you talk to Ashley the fire tree and she sends you on the obsidian chest quest. That quest used to have nine chests that you look for but then the quest was shortened to make it easier by taking away five chests. In the dialogue, Ashley still says "nine obsidian chests" or "nine pieces" not four. Also I little later when you have to forge the pieces of the staff, it says nine not four.