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04 Oct 2018 11:25 #282768 by Matt Thrower

Found this out of the blue, and can't claim to know anything about the game itself but the aesthetic is mightily appealing. Some of the most fun I've had in gaming - especially with co-op games - comes from times we've done really, really badly. So the idea of making a whole game about that seems gold. 

 

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05 Oct 2018 14:00 - 05 Oct 2018 14:07 #282769 by ubarose
There is an error on the dwarf card they have prominently displayed on their KS site. "he was actually teetotal." Teetotal is an adjective, teetotaler is the noun. It should be "he was actually a teetotaler" Kind of a reg flag with regards to their final product.



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05 Oct 2018 18:57 #282782 by Whoshim
That grammar is fine, from what I can see. We use adjectives after the "to be" verb (e.g. He is actually tall.)

Oxford has this example: "He's strictly teetotal."

www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/teetotal

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