I'm just editing my work and seem to of hit a ran-around when it comes to this. Here's some examples that are confusing me a bit: Now facing the mountain range up-close its dark carapace soared up into the faded sky. I'm sure this is correct. The three-foot arrow went winging towards the targets center of mass. It was an armor-piercing arrowhead and it plunged deep into the creatures bulbous chest-cavity. Organs and strange anatomy were ripped apart as it burying itself up to the fletchings. Not sure about these ones. So I'm a bit stuck on certain aspects but not others of the apostrophe use. The guidelines are straightforward, but when you get into deep sci-fi and fantasy with hybrid creatures not human but not fully beast Then a brightness flared in its eyes as Ghone sent waves of flame licking out, damaging its vision. Nireth whirled her sling and released it, sending a globe of fire to ignite in a stunning shower of liquid flame against the creatures upper body. Ditto The Vril were not renowned for close-quarter fighting prowess but Wilderen was as tall as a door and strong. The adversary gave off a foul odor as Wilderen struggled to match the beast’s weight and savage intensity. Its projected jaw snapped once, almost taking a chunk out of his face until he jerked his head back. Then managing to trip it with a kick he narrowly managed to topple the beast to the ground. I've stuck one in here, correct? The weaponry of the intruders' caused it great alarm, but now the Saken race were assembling and soon would commence their righteous retaliation. Correct one here? Help appreciated.