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Everyone thinks that they’re a writer. Everyone. How often have you heard someone say that, one day, they will sit down and write their memoirs? Or that they wish they had the time to write a novel? It’s almost as if writing is an inalienable ability bestowed upon the entire human race. While musicians might believe themselves to be at the bottom of a producer’s “want list,” writers can take small comfort in the knowledge that they’ve been on the bottom rung of this ladder since the ladder was invented. So much so that few teams have historically had a writer, even as a part-time or contract position, and that only recently has it become an acknowledged role within a professional games team. And since it’s not an area that interests most developers, it’ll often languish until the end of a project before it’s done. If at all.
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Derived from the Latin nomen, meaning “name,” and calare, meaning “to call.”
To prove my earlier point, it took me longer to find two good replacement words for health than it did to write the rest of this page!
The difference being that leftenant is an old English way of spelling the more modern lieutenant. However, if your game is set in the 1700s, then it would be in keeping with the theme of the game to use leftenant.
This could happen if the writer decides to change “The %d pirates share %d gold pieces” to “The %d gold pieces were shared among the %d pirates”
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