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Dec 15th 2018 at 9:06:02 AM •••

I Wiki Walked into the trope Losing Is Worse Than Death today and, while doing a bit of curating, happened across this entry for Usagi Yojimbo which, due to grammar issues, I legitimately have no idea what it\'s trying to say and I don\'t know the comic well enough to turn it into a proper example. So putting here as a starting point to see if someone can fill in the blanks a bit:

  • Usagi Yojimbo: Usagi and his Old Master are at a swordfighting competition. Usagi is told that the important is not to win... and when asked what will happen if he doesn\'t, correctly replies that his master will beat him to a pulp.

Should it simply be changed to \"important thing is not to lose\" and \"what will happen if he doesn\'t win\"? or \"important thing is to win\" and \"what will happen if he doesn\'t\" can be kept as-is? Or is there some context there I\'m missing?

Edited by sgamer82
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