I am working on a localisation issue within a project, but I cannot figure out through any of my searches and reference texts if there is a particular set of rules surrounding the omission of articles and prepositions together within a sentence that applies to the example I am working on.
The following sentence is the example that has stumped me, from a tooltip on an ability:
Additional Effect: Increases damage you deal target by 10%
The rest of the work does not try to shorten things or omit large portions in order to have shorter sentences- so I cannot say that it was done with this intent. The 'target' is nonspecific and general since it is a description of how something can be used.
Something feels incorrect about the grammar used within it and I am not sure why. The omission of 'to the' before 'target' is where I am finding difficulty. Does this fall outside of standard omission rules?