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  1. #21

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    http://www.wowwiki.com/Inscription_trainers

    although they also call people who learn inscription "inscribers". stupid Wiki.

  2. #22

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

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  3. #23

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Inscriber
    Scribe


    They are both the same..

    Scribe is Short for.. Inscriber

    Your all idiots <3

    later

  4. #24

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaixenkhadgar

    Your all idiots <3
    Your? Nice, lmao

  5. #25

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    I don't really care what you call it as long as you don't, EVER, call it an 'inscriptor'. If you have any halfway decent internet browser, like firefox or w/e, there's a built in spell checker. Inscriptor is not a word. Never has been, never will be. A Scribe is the name given to anyone who makes their living Inscribing. On the same note, there is no such word as 'inscriptionist'. You are a Scribe if your profession is Inscription. http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?achievement=1422 Thank you Rilgon.

  6. #26

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    So I guess we can conclude that both inscriber and scribe works ^^
    Finally a serious discussion without too much flaming x)

  7. #27

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aureact
    So I guess we can conclude that both inscriber and scribe works ^^
    Finally a serious discussion without too much flaming x)
    QQ moar nub its scribe, gtfo my internetz


    no really...

  8. #28

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by rimmer
    QQ moar nub its scribe, gtfo my internetz


    no really...
    lol that was QQ?

  9. #29

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    no, but that noise - yeah that wooshing one - that was the sarcasm going over your head.

  10. #30

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    what was this topic about?

  11. #31

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Feck it. I'm calling them Scribblers
    Served steaming hot, right out of the waffle grill. With just the right amount of STFU poured on top.

  12. #32

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Although English is not my native language, it wasn't hard for to find out that "Inscription" is
    a) The act or an instance of inscribing,
    b) Something, such as the wording on a coin, medal, monument, or seal, that is inscribed,
    c) Something, such as a stone or metal tablet, that is inscribed, and
    d) An enrollment or a registration of names,

    "Inscribe" is
    a) To write, print, carve, or engrave (words or letters) on or in a surface,
    b) To mark or engrave (a surface) with words or letters,

    and "Scribe"
    a) A public clerk or secretary, especially in ancient times,
    b) A professional copyist of manuscripts and documents,
    and as a noun, a person who made handwritten copies of manuscripts or documents before the invention of printing...

  13. #33

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Inscribe - to write on stuff

    Inscription - stuff written on stuff

    scribe - guy who writes on stuff

    inscriber - machine or tool that writes on stuff

    Also, Scribe is shorter, and would make trade channel more compact. Vote Scribe today, and also learn Latin before lol-speculating about the "right" way to say things.

    scribere is the infinitive that means "to write"

    in is a prefix that means "in or on" and occasionally serves as an intensifier.

    It's not the kind of prefix you put on the front of a title however. It's a preposition moved to the front of a verb to simplify sentence structure. There's nothing inherently "wrong" with saying "inscriber" but it's redundant. Anyone who writes will write on something. If you have some idea that "inscription" has some very specific esoteric meaning, then your only rational English alternative to scribe to "inscriptioner." which is a perfectly acceptable word in English, but chances are, it will make you feel stupid to say it.

    I reiterate. Just say scribe.

  14. #34

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    I'm sticking with "inscriptionist"
    Originally Posted by Ghostcrawler
    But we're worried that logic might not lead to the best game.

  15. #35

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Inscribers ftw
    Originally Posted by Ghostcrawler (Blue Tracker)

    Ghostcrawler: Death knights are the only current Hero class, which means they are supposed to be the best class in the game.

  16. #36

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aureact
    What do you do when you use an inscription? You inscribe. Ergo you must be an inscriber (or inscriptionist).
    Or to be an absolute perfectionist: Epigrapher or Epigraphist (Epigraphy is the study of inscriptions)
    What do you do when there is a fire? You put the fire out. Ergo you must be a Fire putter outer when you are the person that puts out the fire.... :-X

    BTW worst argument ever. But I love to get in on them. ;D

  17. #37

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    =_= What did I start D: *dies*

    I guess this will teach me for trying to type with accent....
    also might teach me to spell.... naaaaaaaaawwwwwwwww

  18. #38

    Re: 'Scriptors' sholder buffs vs rep ones?

    Lolol, the only guy to post legitimately after the first page was fricken HebrewHAMmer himself. Way to start a religious WAR the other day Warcraft... good job.

    And its called a fricken SCRIBE you morons, but Scribbler is def. the name and I plan on using it ingame


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