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Reported Text Issues in Game

Lady Marlena

FoE Team
Community Manager
As per our announcement here, please use this thread to report any text or spelling errors etc you come across in the game. Screenshots are helpful as well as a detailed description of the error! We've created a new tag as well, Text Error so you can easily identify these!
 
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mrbeef

Lieutenant-General
The first one which makes no sense anyway is the wording on the 'Victory Streak (recurring quest)' - Win 12 battles without losing.
Add 'without losing in between' or 'Win 12 consecutive battles'.
 

Draqone

Corporal
The first one which makes no sense anyway is the wording on the 'Victory Streak (recurring quest)' - Win 12 battles without losing.
Add 'without losing in between' or 'Win 12 consecutive battles'.
Same goes for negotiations: You can't really "lose" a negotiation, you can only "fail" it.
 
The first one which makes no sense anyway is the wording on the 'Victory Streak (recurring quest)' - Win 12 battles without losing.
Add 'without losing in between' or 'Win 12 consecutive battles'.
What makes this a grammatical or other type of error? The quest name says 'victory streak' - which in and of itself, means without losing - because if you lost, it would not be a victory streak. Using the word 'consecutive' could be useful, if the quest itself was not calling it a streak already.

Same goes for negotiations: You can't really "lose" a negotiation, you can only "fail" it.
Actually, even Harvard Law School has a blog about win-lose negotiations, citing examples such as cities attempting to win the new Amazon HQ2 a few years ago, and the results of when big city 'wins' the rights to a major league team, which ended up being a losing negotiation in the end.

You either win a negotiation, or you lose it, or both sides win (aka a win-win scenario) or both sides end up worse than they started (aka a lose-lose scenario).
 

Andrew420

Captain
The Galata Tower
Hover over the information about the bonus in the overview tab
In the third sentence plunder attempts is written twice
" At the next level, the first two plunder attempts plunder attempts have a xx% chance to be repelled "
 
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