[55%] "You're favoring your right leg. Did you hurt it?" ► Isn't this contradictory? As in, wouldn't she have hurt her left leg if she were favoring her right; or vice versa? Should it say "You're favoring your left leg." (based off of context in the next few passages) or something like that? Or is that just how its written originally?
No, if she was favoring that leg that means she was [subconsciously] trying to use it as little as possible. Favoring in this context means to treat gently because it's hurt
Ooh, yeah, that makes sense. Maybe I shouldn't be a few drinks in when doing these, lol. Thanks for the explanation though!
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[47%] before death. Remaining cooltown: 720:00:00 ► It should be cooldown.
[97%] shock of the clashes travelled all the way up ► It should be traveled (US spelling).
[2%] “Is that so?’ ► The dialogue's closing double quote is a single one.
[43%] again and again his son, who gradually ► It should be to kick his son?
[45%] “Very well...” said Seren, His face was ► It should be a period.
[62%] the only thing they’d witness Caldo do ► It should be witnessed.