Seriously. And, no, I don't ask because they're silly. Hell, the fact that they're silly and sound as if a 5-year old came up with them makes me laugh. Laugh hard. Here, read Leobreaker's, and then read what it SHOULD look like: versus... I mean, it's the little things. Capitalization, not creating run-on sentences, writing something that flows...if there are little kids reading these things, doesn't the writer and/or Hasbro sorta OWE it to them to make sure that everything follows the basic rules of grammar that they see and learn about everywhere else? To not contradict what they're being taught in schools about what nice writing looks like? Does Hasbro just need a new editor for that content? I work fast and for cheap?