CP: that's really not an error that I would consider worth correcting, if an error at all. A comma merely represents a pause. Sometimes said pause will seem appropriate, and sometimes not. We don't need to impose hard-and-fast rules dictating when to use it.
Please guys, can we just use a bit of common sense? Stick to fixing any obvious errors in an analysis, and try to make it read well rather than simply being pedantic.
Also, regarding super effective, I'd say that it may or may not be hyphenated depending on the context. If used as an adjective before a noun e.g "super-effective moves" I would generally prefer to see it hyphenated. This is generally the case when using two words together as an adjective. Basically, you should change the rule to "super effective is not capitalised".
Note, however, that if one of the words is an adverb, it should never be hyphenated. "Offensively-oriented" is an extremely common error that I think should be added to the op.
Originally Posted by Fat Smith
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