<~Quattro>Sorry about the delays here. Editor-kun was busy moving and packing, then I left for Tokyo to attend Summer Comiket.
Admittedly, the I is inverted in the on screen text as well, so the source may be a bit questionable, but you have still failed your Cyrillic reading.
This would read Plavnik, not Bravnik as you called it.
Hmm I don’t think any of us can read Cyrillic
doesn’t even really looks like it so it would be hard to notice and check for us non-speakers :x
I admit, I don’t speak much Russian (or any other language using that alphabet) myself despite having had to learn it since 2nd grade, but it’s much more difficult to forget the whole alphabet, so at least I can do this much. Glad I could help even a little. :D