Just an orthographic mistake?

OtrEbor
41 posts Member
edited January 8
Stay tuned to the official forums for more news on who you will need to unlock Han’s Millennium Falcon and the start date for this exciting Legendary event!

"Who" is used when identifying people. "What" is used when identifying objects, or an attribute of a person.

Is it just an orthographic mistake? Will we need ships for this raid/event? people?

Stay tuned to the official forums for more news on what you will need to unlock Han’s Millennium Falcon and the start date for this exciting Legendary event

*Just trying to get more info from CG :p

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  • Huatimus
    3669 posts Member
    Those What Ships are piloted by some Whos. I don’t really see a big problem here. Not like 1 pilot can pilot different ships.
  • Huatimus wrote: »
    Those What Ships are piloted by some Whos. I don’t really see a big problem here. Not like 1 pilot can pilot different ships.

    Very true, but you don’t need the Whats if they just require whos.

    Sorry but latest teasers make me squeeze any single detail :#
  • Huatimus wrote: »
    Those What Ships are piloted by some Whos.

    I read this with a deep south accent and it made me laugh.
  • Huatimus wrote: »
    Those What Ships are piloted by some Whos.

    I read this with a deep south accent and it made me laugh.

    in southern England is not so funny. in northern England or Scotland, instead...
  • Huatimus
    3669 posts Member
    Malagrazia wrote: »
    Huatimus wrote: »
    Those What Ships are piloted by some Whos.

    I read this with a deep south accent and it made me laugh.

    in southern England is not so funny. in northern England or Scotland, instead...


    Wish I knew how it sounded like in a deep southern accent or, northern English/Scottish accent. I’m Asian :D
  • I think you guys reading too much into "what" and "who"
    I doubt they are a bunch of grammer police at cg
  • Gair
    515 posts Member
    edited January 8
    Technically "what" and "who" are both pronouns and can refer to the same thing. The English isnt wrong; it is just less specific.
  • I wish CG thought about their posts as much as op.

    Bh + lando falcon or empire
    Malagrazia wrote: »
    Huatimus wrote: »
    Those What Ships are piloted by some Whos.

    I read this with a deep south accent and it made me laugh.

    in southern England is not so funny. in northern England or Scotland, instead...

    Quite humorous
  • I think you may just be overthinking it lol.
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