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Aaron A. Reed

Release 4

Section - Forest7

The prose name of Forest7 is "the rain forest". The description of Forest7 is "[forest7desc].". To say forest7desc: say "[if milestone mode is false and final release mode is false](7)[end if][A sentence about the forest profusion]. The verdant terrain, faintly convex, hosts a rambling cluster of grey-brown trees with snake-like roots half-out of the ground. [paragraph break][exits]". To say Forest7Exits: say "From here, you could [dr]clamber[x] down a gauntlet of tree roots[if dir] to the [south][end if], pass through a natural wooden [dr]archway[x][if dir] [west][end if], [f7e2]". To say f7e2: say "or investigate a [dr]gurgling[x] sound[if dir] [northeast][end if]". Report going from Forest7 to Forest8: say "[if Forest8 is unvisited]Curiously, you push aside masses of feather-light ferns, heading[otherwise]Lifting the masses of ferns aside, you head[end if] in the direction of [if Forest8 is unvisited]the strange sound[otherwise]the mud pots[end if].". Report going from Forest7 to Forest6: say "Proceeding with caution, you half walk, half lower yourself through the tangled mess of tree roots until you stand on relatively flat ground again." Report going from Forest7 to Forest1: say "You pass under a natural arch of wood, two great branches of vine-wrapped trees growing into and around each other, and enter another part of the forest." Understand "clamber" as south when location is Forest7. Understand "archway" as west when location is Forest7. Understand "gurgling" as northeast when location is Forest7.