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|01-11-2013, 12:57 AM||#1|
New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin
Join Date: Jan 2013
I need help for board game rulebook syntax check
Hi my Friends,
I'm game board designer.
Now I'm working on "Warlike" card game rulebook.
Rules of the game have been completed and 14 pages long,
but I need someone to look at the these rules.
maybe still syntax and grammar mistakes left.
I would be extremely grateful!
Sure you will mention in game rulebook
gamewarlike @ gmail.com
|01-11-2013, 12:18 PM||#2|
Glorious chicken of York
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Where eggs are small and dear
I've moved your post to Nonpaying Markets, to which it's more suited.
An extract from Bigglethwaite & Windemere's Manual of Proper and Exquisite English, regarding the Capitalisation of Heaveny Bodies:
1. Writers of steampunk novels, and of those set in alternate universes that branched from ours in the past, should always capitalise Sun, Moon, and Earth.
2. Writers whose works are influenced by early Robert A. Heinlein novels should capitalise Earth, but not sun. Sol may be used in dialogue, but must be capitalised and used in an offhand fashion. Moon should not be used at all in prose; the correct term in this body of literature is Luna.
3. Writers whose stories involve the Singlularity, nonhuman characters, or any political alliance extending across more than one solar system should not capitalise sun or moon. Earth should be replaced by Terra throughout.
Those writing in the present day should determine what kind of future they expect and adjust their capitalisation accordingly.
-- B&W 2:12
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