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Quest spelling mistakes

Post by Uncanny_Valley » Wed Oct 02, 2019 9:19 pm

In my recent playthrough I received the following letter as part of quest.
You dont know me and I dont owe you any
favors and even after this you dont owe me
nothing, you unnderstand? I used to work for
this (merchant's description) by a name
of (merchant's name). Now (he/she) was a
crazy one, (he/she) was. Allways trying to find a
way to get rich. And always quick to blame
someone else when (he/she) got caught with (his/her)
hands in the cookie jar. That's how I got
put away.
If I was you Id look to see if my old
freind had something to do with the steeling
at (employer's building).
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I know that this is from the original game, but the question is, should this be fixed?

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Re: Quest spelling mistakes

Post by Interkarma » Thu Oct 03, 2019 5:23 am

I'm happy to take PRs to fix spelling and grammar errors in quests. Jay is also doing many of these as he discovers them.

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Re: Quest spelling mistakes

Post by Jay_H » Thu Oct 03, 2019 5:48 am

With that said, there are occasionally considerations for bad spelling on the part of the character. Take r0c11y26, with a mad murderer:
(Noble's name), the last
one was So Tasty, I eveN toke a bite. Yor
WHole family looks juicy too -- may be the
Ripper will visit you nexxt. Ripping and rippng and tHen a
litle RIPPING to setle the scoor.
Gracishly yors,
The (region) Rippr
These cases should be few but are worth keeping in mind.
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