Generic Villain wrote:I'm confident that the Paizo employees are above such innocuous pedantry when it comes to designing flagship products like Adventure Paths. Or anything else really. To error is human.
Speaking of innocuous pedantry...it's "to err is human".
"error" is a noun, whereas you want the corresponding verb, which means "to make a mistake". As in "to make a mistake is human". That verb, which corresponds to the noun "error", is "to err".
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I'm so happy to be in the company of such grammatical luminaries. Truly, I am humbled by your supreme and masterful understanding of the English language. But why are you wasting your time on a message board? Go! Go to the people and correct them, for certainly that must be your calling!
(Was that grammatically correct? Please, I must know. If not, I humbly beg you to correct me with your vast and immaculate linguistic skills)