I'm pretty sure a comma separating two parts of a sentence doesn't count as two separate sentences. I'm sorry Quyneax - but I couldn't resist. Vulxai is using the comma to set off parenthetical elements Meaning: "Unless you already have the Torso, or just REALLY like BA, the torso isn't worth it. " can also be read "Unless you already have the Torso, the torso isn't worth it." Either way, since when was grammar such a large part of Tip.it forums that you felt the need to correct (although you were incorrect ironically) a non-existent mistake? Are you trying to wage a war on all of the internet? EDIT: I PROMISE not to reply on a thread Amitoz has replied to from now on :/ A use of parenthesis would have played a much better role in this grammatical situation. I thought that's what grammar was there for? To provide a sense of structure, so that ideologies could be better understood? THATSWHYNOONETYPESLIKETHISFORITPROVIDESADIFFICULTSTRUCTUREINWHICHTHEREADERCANOBSERVEANDCOMPREHENDSAIDIDEOLOGIES.