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At lightening speed he made his way to the Holos Facility in hopes of meeting Prent, Sufferes and Shisa for a day of frolic.

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At lightening speed he made his way to the Holos Facility in hopes of meeting Prent, Sufferes and Shisa for a day of frolic.
asked May 01 '11 at 06:01 Daniel New member

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At lightening speed, he made his way to the Holos Facility in hopes of meeting Prent, Sufferes, and Shisa for a day of frolic.

 

You needed a comma after your modifying clause.  It is not absolutely necessary for you to have an oxford comma (the comma before 'and'), but I prefer it because it ensures that there is no confusion.

link comment answered May 02 '11 at 17:38 Kimberly Expert

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