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 Post subject: Guard refuses item: incorrect text
PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:04 pm 
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Yes its petty. Give an unwanted item to a guard:

Thou art giving me <item>?
I have to use for this.

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 Post subject: Re: Guard refuses item: incorrect text
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heheh.
Anyone who's ever seen me annihilate typing of the English language in IRC shouldn't be surprised by this one.

Thanks, fixing!

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 Post subject: Re: Guard refuses item: incorrect text
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There is also another typo when you change your house from public to private, or vise versa.


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 Post subject: Re: Guard refuses item: incorrect text
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azisza wrote:
There is also another typo when you change your house from public to private, or vise versa.

Thanks, found it:
"This house is now public. Friends of the house my now have vendors working out of this building."

my -> may

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