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"test08" by Stephen Ersinghaus


The block attacking rule is not listed in the check attacking rulebook.

The block throwing at rule is not listed in the check throwing it at rulebook.

The Lab is a room. The description of the Lab is "It's a lab. You see a table, a desk, a box, and a spider." A table is a supporter in the Lab. A desk is in the Lab. The description of the desk is "The desk has a top drawer that looks openable." A box is a closed openable container on the table. The description of the box is "Beware of openable boxes."  A spider is in the Lab. The description of the spider is "The spider looks quite large and dangerous." A pair of gloves is in the Lab. The pair of gloves is wearable.

A top drawer is part of the desk. The top drawer is a closed openable container. A snail is in the top drawer.

A thing can be wet, dry, heavy, light, frozen, unfrozen, lost, found, cooked, or raw.

The ball is in the Lab. The ball is heavy. 

Instead of attacking the spider:
	end the story saying "You try to go after the spider but it dashes off and you slip and hit your head."

A freezer is a closed openable container in the Lab. The description is "It's tall and blue and hums quietly." A chicken is in the freezer. The chicken is frozen. The chicken is edible. A console is part of the freezer. The description is "The console looks like it controls some of the functions of the freezer." A blue button, a red button, and a dial are part of the console. 

Instead of pushing the blue button:
	say "You press the blue button and water is dispensed from a slot in the freezer."

Instead of taking the ball:
	if the ball is light, continue the action;
	otherwise say "It's too heavy." instead.

Understand the command "throw" as something new.

Throwing is an action applying to one thing.

Understand "throw [something]" as throwing.
	
Instead of throwing something: say "You can't throw [the noun]."

Defrosting is an action applying to one thing. Understand "defrost [something]" as defrosting.

Cooking is an action applying to one thing. Understand "cook [something]" as cooking.

Instead of eating something when the noun is frozen:
	say "You can't eat a frozen [noun]."
	
After defrosting the noun:
	say "Now you can cook [the noun]";
	now the noun is raw.
	
Instead of cooking something when the noun is frozen:
	say "You can't cook a frozen [noun]. Maybe you should defrost it first."
	
After cooking something when the noun is raw:
	say "You cook the raw chicken.";
	now the noun is cooked.
	
Instead of eating something when the noun is raw:
	say "Raw meat is bad for you."
	
After eating something when the noun is cooked:
	say "You eat the chicken. It's good."

The Yard is south of the Lab.
		
Before taking the spider:
	if the gloves are worn, continue the action;
	otherwise say "That's a dangerous looking spider." instead.
	
A bucket is in the Yard. The bucket is heavy.

Instead of taking the bucket:
	if the bucket is heavy:
		say "You can't take the bucket.";
	otherwise:
		say "[if the bucket is light]You take the bucket.";
		continue the action.
		
A mood is a kind of value. The moods are brooding and belligerent. An animal has a mood.

Angus is a man in the Yard. Angus has a mood. Angus is brooding. The description of Angus is "Angus, [are] the [mood] one." 

Instead of attacking when Angus is brooding:
	end the story saying "You should have waited until the person you attacked is belligerent."

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“test08” by Stephen Ersinghaus

The block attacking rule is not listed in the check attacking rulebook.

The block throwing at rule is not listed in the check throwing it at rulebook.

The Lab is a room. The description of the Lab is “It’s a lab. You see a table, a desk, a box, and a spider.” A table is a supporter in the Lab. A desk is in the Lab. The description of the desk is “The desk has a top drawer that looks openable.” A box is a closed openable container on the table. The description of the box is “Beware of openable boxes.” A spider is in the Lab. The description of the spider is “The spider looks quite large and dangerous.” A pair of gloves is in the Lab. The pair of gloves is wearable.

A top drawer is part of the desk. The top drawer is a closed openable container. A snail is in the top drawer.

A thing can be wet, dry, heavy, light, frozen, unfrozen, lost, found, cooked, or raw.

The ball is in the Lab. The ball is heavy.

Instead of attacking the spider:
end the story saying “You try to go after the spider but it dashes off and you slip and hit your head.”

A freezer is a closed openable container in the Lab. The description is “It’s tall and blue and hums quietly.” A chicken is in the freezer. The chicken is frozen. The chicken is edible. A console is part of the freezer. The description is “The console looks like it controls some of the functions of the freezer.” A blue button, a red button, and a dial are part of the console.

Instead of pushing the blue button:
say “You press the blue button and water is dispensed from a slot in the freezer.”

Instead of taking the ball:
if the ball is light, continue the action;
otherwise say “It’s too heavy.” instead.

Understand the command “throw” as something new.

Throwing is an action applying to one thing.

Understand “throw [something]” as throwing.

Instead of throwing something: say “You can’t throw [the noun].”

Defrosting is an action applying to one thing. Understand “defrost [something]” as defrosting.

Cooking is an action applying to one thing. Understand “cook [something]” as cooking.

Instead of eating something when the noun is frozen:
say “You can’t eat a frozen [noun].”

After defrosting the noun:
say “Now you can cook [the noun]”;
now the noun is raw.

Instead of cooking something when the noun is frozen:
say “You can’t cook a frozen [noun]. Maybe you should defrost it first.”

After cooking something when the noun is raw:
say “You cook the raw chicken.”;
now the noun is cooked.

Instead of eating something when the noun is raw:
say “Raw meat is bad for you.”

After eating something when the noun is cooked:
say “You eat the chicken. It’s good.”

The Yard is south of the Lab.

Before taking the spider:
if the gloves are worn, continue the action;
otherwise say “That’s a dangerous looking spider.” instead.

A bucket is in the Yard. The bucket is heavy.

Instead of taking the bucket:
if the bucket is heavy:
say “You can’t take the bucket.”;
otherwise:
say “[if the bucket is light]You take the bucket.”;
continue the action.

A mood is a kind of value. The moods are brooding and belligerent. An animal has a mood.

Angus is a man in the Yard. Angus has a mood. Angus is brooding. The description of Angus is “Angus, [are] the [mood] one.”

Instead of attacking when Angus is brooding:
end the story saying “You should have waited until the person you attacked is belligerent.”