@weasalopes All I mean is that the speakers are Rachel and the prison guard; the prince is in the next scene. It's obvious why the comma after scary is incorrect, but I didn't see it until I looked a third time.
Thank you for taking the time to report this, as V1 has released as an e-book the pre-pubs are now out of date, and as such any errors found in them will not reflect the final version. For any errors found in published e-books J-Novel Club asks that any corrections be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For what it is worth the line you mentioned has been addressed, and reads as the following in the final e-book:
Liselotte went so far as to lower her head in apology, causing Fiene to shake her own in panic.
[13%] Should a descendent of the royal family’s founder, ► It should be descendant.
[14%] “Sid. Sid Blitze. The famous Sir Sid the Barbarian. ► The dialogue's closing double quote is missing.
[34%] you because you’re a descendent of Arthur either, ► It should be descendant.
[46%] The sound of many horses” hooves was coming ► It should be horses’ (no `double quote).
[79%] “I believe you,” he said firmly to Sid, his words filled ► I'd change it to Alvin to clarify better.
31% - If the existence of the spell became widely known, it didn't mean armies would be hurrying to change up their tactics overnight. ► I think this should be didn't it or it meant
I don't think it's an error because it would take time for an army to think up and implement new strategies. So yeah, they wouldn't be able to change everything right that instant even after they know about the spell.
[6%] ostensibly irrational behaviour Mia kept displaying. ► It should be behavior (US spelling).
[14%] of noble taste buds.In any case, while said nobles ► Missing space.
[58%] a future in which Mia sat the throne as its first-ever ► It should be sat on.
@Mark-Logue Thanks! At this point, there are clear and major differences between the game and her Nevel, but she still has some expectation that the events from the game will continue to happen in some form in Nevel. In that quote though, she's speaking about the possibility of that not happening, i.e., the value of her knowledge of the game becoming downgraded from so-so to absolutely worthless. We'll try to see if we can rephrase it to make it seem more clear though!