On p.233 and p.331, instances of "who's" should be the possessive "whose."
In the description of the Lodestone Shield, p.326, it explains that to use the power of the shield you must spend hold, but does not describe how you gain hold to spend.
The effects of missing on the roll for The Ku'meh Maneuver and Other Strategems, p.325, is very unclear. "The GM can 1 of your hold" does not make sense, and further it would seem that the consequences of failing the roll could be avoided by not giving out advice.
The Druid move Elemental Mastery, p.100, delights me. But I want to understand it better. What does it mean to pay "nature's price"? If you select "retain control" but do not select "the effect you desire comes to pass," can you then simply control the spirit to cause the effect you desire? I assume not, because if you didn't select "the effect you desire comes to pass"... it won't! I also assume that the range of effects is limited to what elemental spirits can do, which is largely up to fiat.