Banner of the Stars - Corrections Topic


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    This is the dedicated topic for posting suggested corrections for Banner of the Stars.

    Currently in prepublication: Volume 6!


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    More suggestions than corrections.

    23%

    "Come," the Empress ordered -> Perhaps "Step forth" or "Come forth" might capture the nuance better. I'm assuming the empress said something along the lines of 来い or the like.
    "the operation writ" -> operational writ, or operation's writ


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    Volume 5 Part 2

    13% - I'm find with the usual food -> I'm fine with the usual food

    I'm a bit ambivalent on the usage of Platoon for the Capital Defense Platoon, simply because platoon implies a very, very small and hierarchically low ranked unit organization. Considering the nature of the unit, might I suggest Capital Defense Corps, or if the intent is to imply a small, select group, Capital Defense Cadre.


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    Volume 5 Part 3
    53%
    Jinto was about to asked what the imperial treasures - Jinto was about to ask what the imperial treasures

    92%
    The Watchguard Fleet comprised eight sub-fleets - Ordering is reversed here. Either, "The Watchguard Fleet was comprised of eight sub-fleets," or "Eight sub-fleets comprised the Watchguard Fleet"
    Each of the subfleets were - Each of the sub-fleets was


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    Volume 5 Part 4
    57%
    She dressed himself - Presumably should be herself

    78%
    I;'m presuming upon my soldiers' heroic resolve - Extra ; in the I'm

    92%
    That cleared up one question, but that wasn;'t what - Extra ; again


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    Volume 5 Part 6
    38% - released from their duties as Capital Defense Platoon members - Capital should also be boldded.


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    Part 1

    20%
    Dusahn ascended the stairs, and was granted the crest banner.
    --delete comma

    50%
    If we edged up to the flagship now, what do you think will happen?
    --would

    52%
    Behrsoht nodded, so Duhier encrypted it and send it over to the flagship.
    --sent

    62%
    could very well envelope and lifeboats and/or smallcrafts, though.
    --delete and

    62%
    so the energy would only be sustained for a short time,
    --could?

    75%
    The distance between him and the flagship was farther now. And he was still getting chased by several mines. The ship's own mines had all been used up.
    His quandary could scarcely be worse.
    --them; they; Their; delete line break (or at least change the indent so it matches the other paragraphs). From context this passage is talking about the problems for Duhier's ship as a whole, not Duhier personally.

    77%
    Small-scale bubble generators rarely ever broke, and even in the odd event that one did, it would be difficult to do so in such a cramped space.
    --specify that it's to fix it

    87%
    "Got a grasp on the situation."
    --?


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    Part 2

    4%
    Lafier looked up, to find Hecto-Commander Sobash standing there.
    --delete comma?

    32%
    Do they concentrate all their facilities in the monarchy with the new capital, or do they station them in other monarchies, too?
    --should?

    36%
    They might raid the temporary capital on the same momentum they charged through the original capital.
    --insert with or on at the end or on which or with which after "momentum"?

    43%
    They displayed the difference between two scenarios—one where they consecrated the bubble generator manufacturing facilities in the temporary capital,
    --concentrated

    52%
    The exceptions were seriously ill and unconscious, and infants.
    --insert "the". Also maybe delete the comma after "unconscious"?

    68%
    There was one exception to the family-rule, and that was small children who didn't have guardians apart from the prioritized evacuees.
    --no-family rule?

    76%
    She stepped inside, and sank ankle-deep
    --delete comma

    85%
    were both once the Gafnochec, and were provided with
    --delete comma


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    Part 3

    8%
    Samson took a look, and nodded.
    --delete comma?

    15%
    as a passenger, if I don't intend to return to military service.
    --delete comma?

    37%
    was the height of luxury, and proof that the Empire
    --delete comma?

    59%
    More specifically, there were steppingstones placed in the creek.
    --insert space

    79%
    she did used to set intrasystem ships on
    --use

    96%
    was the Clybh Royal Palace.It was where Lamagh,
    --insert space


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    Part 4

    29%
    There were more than a few cases whereby they were no longer in production.
    --where

    57%
    In addition, their military was not very trusted, and was not authorized to surrender.
    --delete comma

    57%
    However, there is one big difference between the
    --was

    58%
    She dressed himself for the first time since
    --herself

    75%
    But it beat just waiting for the Deterrent Squadrons to be blown to smithereens.
    --specify?

    75%
    I';m presuming upon my soldiers' heroic resolve.
    --delete stray semicolon

    98%
    That cleared up one question, but that wasn';t what Jint wanted to know.
    --delete stray semicolon


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    Part 5

    20%
    "County Hyde." It was a communication from
    --Count

    30%
    *Let's get this over with so I can sleep in bed,* pepping himself up as he opened a line between himself and Administrator Ehf.
    --There needs to be a Jinto thought, or something inserted here.

    75%
    These surveillance ships also grasped that the main force of the enemy fleet had finished replenishing their mine stocks, and resumed the advanced.
    --delete comma

    86%
    and the father of the Commandant of Trample-Blitz Squadron 1, Associate Commodore.
    --shouldn't there be a name at the end here?


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    Part 6

    7%
    Each time, the Abh succeeded in defending them capital by striking the enemy as soon as they emerged from a given portal.
    --the

    12%
    It passed through the scorching mist and stabbed into one of the fortresses.
    --specify

    20%
    and all they could reasonably do was predict the course of allied ships and aim away from it.
    --them

    25%
    However, highly agile enemy ships zoomed around, ignoring the sluggish Clybh Palace, and thrusting spears of light into the strongholds behind it.
    --delete comma

    41%
    In those days, this hall was used only for particularly sacred ceremonies and services.
    --these (from context)

    88%
    wasn't the only group the Pundish was housing.
    --spelled elsewhere as Pundigh


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    Part 7

    32%
    Did you intending to saddle me with everything?"
    --intend

    45%
    Duhier didn't know how to explain it, so hemmed and hawed.
    --insert he

    45%
    "Does this have to do with your Neic surnym?"
    --surname?

    52%
    One could say they were nothing more than symbols, they were a part of the Empire's history.
    --insert but after the comma? Or reword the first half so it makes sense in context with the second half and following sentences.

    59%
    Lafier started at the planar space map.
    --stared?


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    Part 8

    34%
    Swarms of allied mines devoured their enemy counterparts and had begun eating at the enemy fleet.
    --make these match—either put the "had" at the front, in front of both, or in front of neither.

    60%
    The structure was originally in Satneigh's satellite orbit as the headquarters of the astrobase, it was hauled into orbit around Sohtryoor's sun as a temporary Imperial abode.
    --comma splice


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    Volume 6 Part 1

    44%
    The allied mines had the indispensable role of decreasing their enemy counterparts, and protecting the ships behind them.
    --delete comma

    91%
    The Countess of Sescarr's expression turned dark.
    --Casehr?

    97%
    No matter how hard the Area 2 Fleet, it wouldn't have much bearing on the overall war.
    --insert fought


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