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"Dialogue Play 2" by Stephen Ersinghaus
The block giving rule is not listed in the check giving it to rules.
The player carries a walking stick and a lizard. The player is wearing a red hat and a jacket.
Instead of examining the player, say "The player is wearing a [list of things worn by the player]."
The Foyer is a room. David is a man in the Foyer.
A vampire is a kind of person. Mr Gemstone is a vampire in the Foyer.
A rock is a kind of thing. A jade stone and a diamond are rocks in the Foyer.
A broom, a crate, and a flashlight are in the Foyer.
After asking David about "flashlight" for the first time: say "'You should probably turn it on,' he says."
Table of David Topics
topic reply
"broom" "'I had one of those as a boy,' he says"
"vampires" "'Yes, Vampires are very dangerous,' he says"
"lizard" "'I remember them from my youth"
Instead of asking about a topic listed in the Table of David Topics, say "[reply entry]."
A bucket is a container in the Foyer. Five gallons of water is in the bucket. A thing can be heavy or light. The bucket is heavy.
Instead of giving a heavy thing to David: say "That's too heavy for me to carry."; stop the action.
After taking the diamond:
 now the bucket is light.

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“Dialogue Play 2” by Stephen Ersinghaus

The block giving rule is not listed in the check giving it to rules.

The player carries a walking stick and a lizard. The player is wearing a red hat and a jacket.

Instead of examining the player, say “The player is wearing a [list of things worn by the player].”

The Foyer is a room. David is a man in the Foyer.

A vampire is a kind of person. Mr Gemstone is a vampire in the Foyer.

A rock is a kind of thing. A jade stone and a diamond are rocks in the Foyer.

A broom, a crate, and a flashlight are in the Foyer.

After asking David about “flashlight” for the first time: say “‘You should probably turn it on,’ he says.”

Table of David Topics
topic reply
“broom” “‘I had one of those as a boy,’ he says”
“vampires” “‘Yes, Vampires are very dangerous,’ he says”
“lizard” “‘I remember them from my youth”

Instead of asking about a topic listed in the Table of David Topics, say “[reply entry].”

A bucket is a container in the Foyer. Five gallons of water is in the bucket. A thing can be heavy or light. The bucket is heavy.

Instead of giving a heavy thing to David: say “That’s too heavy for me to carry.”; stop the action.

After taking the diamond:
now the bucket is light.