"It's not over yet" is an already completed design which I only have not published yet since I need approval by some people who contributed to the project the design is based on (could be I have to remove some photos, for example, for the final version)...
However, Olivier Leroux was so nice to playtest it already, and gave me very helpful hints not only concerning gameplay, but also concerning English which I am just incorporating. I have some questions though where the native speakers in the forum might help.
a) Let's say the party sees something and I want to give the direction, how can I do this?
"See there, in the East!"
"There, to the east!"
Is all this correct? Would "East" be capitalized or not in the latter two versions?
b) What are the differences between journal, magazine, and periodical? Olivier made the good point that the term journal is similar to diary/log. Furthermore, journal is kind of occupied by the journal function in DC and FRUA. On the other hand, I think a magazine always has illustrations and/or fotographs.
c) In German, we use terms like "the press", "the police" etc. in singular only. What is it like in English, would you say "The press does..." or "The press do..." (if newspapers are meant)?