- Apr 29, 2008
I have removed my words from this site.
This should be written as ?on which to create your first settlement?To create your first settlement on
This should be written as ?on which to settle uninhabited islands peacefully.? The adverb ?peacefully? splits the infinitive ?to go,? and ?on? introduces a relative clause.Uninhabited islands to peacefully settle on
I assume that you were trying to say one of two things here. Either ?take on all of your opponents by force? or ?take on your opponents by force.? As it stands, the use of ?of? here causes a double-take that could have been easily avoided. There?s no need for an apostrophe in ?opponents.?So you?ll have to take on of your opponents? by force
This should be written as ?the joy arises from figuring out?The joy arises by figuring out
This should be written as ?if you haven?t got the power to go in directly.? Although ideally, "to go in" can be better said as "to enter" or "to engage."If you haven?t got the power to go directly in
I'm no literary expert and don't play RTS games much so i don't have much to sayjoethekoeller said:I can wholeheartedly recommend doing so, and I normally appreciate comments of any form, but why don't you read my review as well? If you did so already, how about some feedback?