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|0011103||Dwarf Fortress||Creatures||public||2019-06-03 05:45||2019-06-06 23:56|
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|Summary||0011103: Typo in Narwhal man description|
|Description||Narwhal man description has a typo:|
"A medium-sized creature with the arms and torso on a man, but with the head and tail of a narwhal."
Should be "of a man".
|Steps To Reproduce||Check the raws. creature_large_ocean|
|Additional Information||And in fact, in line with all the other creatures should be "of a person" or "of a humanoid" as this is the description for both male and female narwhal people.|
While we're at it, toad people should be corrected too I guess.
"A dark green man with the distinct head of a toad."
Change "man" to "person" or "humanoid" in line with all the other creatures.
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edited on: 2019-06-07 00:18
Oh, Adder women and copperhead snake women are also described as men too apparently:
"A large adder with the torso and arms of a man".
"A large copperhead snake with the torso and arms of a man"
And finally Anaconda women, Python women, Bushmaster women and Impala women:
"A large anaconda with the torso and arms of a man."
"A large bushmaster with the arms of a man"
"A large python with arms of a man"
"A slender, horned man with the head and tail of a impala"
--Of course, besides the initial reported typo for Narwhal man which really is a "bug", it's possible that describing certain female animal people as having male body parts was done on purpose. Ignore any further comments I may add here if that's the case.
|2019-06-03 05:45||Shonai_Dweller||New Issue|
|2019-06-06 23:56||Shonai_Dweller||Note Added: 0039391|
|2019-06-07 00:18||Shonai_Dweller||Note Edited: 0039391||View Revisions|
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