|The Chatty DM|
While re-reading my submission after posting it, I found a typo that muddles part of the item's description.
I'd like to know if this would be grounds for instant rejection (which I would respect, I just had to re-re-re-read myself) or are submission granted a small editorial lee-way when a typo creeps in?
Thanks for the response.
Oh and Wolfgang, I think some of that flavour has started sticking to my style :)
|Clark Peterson Legendary Games, Necromancer Games|
A typo I might be able to grin and bear. But not much, frankly. We expect submissions to be like manuscripts. But a typo, for me, is not an automatic reject. Missing words, no capitalization at the start of sentences, etc., that gets an auto-vote for rejection from me. I won't speak for my fellow judges. Just letting you know how I feel.
This is RPG Superstar. And you only had 200 words or less. The justification for a typo is pretty darn small. Just my view on it.
|The Chatty DM|
|David Simcox Star Voter Season 6|
A typo I might be able to grin and bear. But not much, frankly. We expect submissions to be like manuscripts. But a typo, for me, is not an automatic reject.
Thank goodness; I normally pride myself on my spelling, and I'm constantly astounded by the gibberish I have to read in official notes at work.I spell-checked my item before submitting it (allowing for obvious proper nouns and game-speak); but I forgot to re-set the spell-checker to US English (doh!).
I'd hate to be thrown out for spelling 'rumour' with a 'u'.
Rejected for spelling correctly! That would be a total bummer!
|Vic Wertz Chief Technical Officer|
It doesn't involve summoning lantern archons to build continual flame items, does it?
Because that one's an absolute pearler!
Heh - why do you think every floor of my characters temple is filled with Continual Flame Torches? I figured that if each time you summoned a different one they wouldn't mind doing a few at a time...