Section - Conversation Verbs Defined By Inform
[ Saying yes.] Understand "sure" or "yep" or "yup" or "ok" or "ya" or "yeah" or "yah" or "nod" or "agree" or "affirmative" as saying yes. First instead of saying yes: if yes-beat of last beat is not silence begin; try discussing yes-beat of last beat instead; else if yes-beat of actual last beat is not silence; try discussing yes-beat of actual last beat instead; else; continue the action; end if. [ Originally this line was just "Instead" with no else continue, but this broke something.]
[ Saying no.] Understand "no" or "nope" or "nah" or "disagree" or "negative" or "no thanks" as saying no. First instead of saying no: if no-beat of last beat is not silence begin; try discussing no-beat of last beat instead; else if no-beat of actual last beat is not silence; try discussing no-beat of actual last beat instead; else; continue the action; end if.
[ Saying sorry.] [ Understand "apologize" or "apologise" as saying sorry. ] Understand the command "sorry" as something new.
[ Kissing. (Used by us as intimate touching, as opposed to comfort touching like hugging. ]
Understand the command "fuck" as something new. Understand the commands "grope" and "caress" and "fuck" and "fondle" as "kiss". Understand "make out with [someone]" or "make love to [someone]" or "have sex with [someone]" or "sleep with [someone]" as kissing when Rume is enclosed by location. [ The stipulation is largely to prevent the following unintentional response:
(sex with yourself)
If you think that'll help.]
Understand the commands "smack" or "choke" or "strangle" or "rape" or "tear" or "rip" or "slap" or "crush" or "stab" as "attack".
[ We have to be careful because "punch", an existing synonym for attack, is a keyword used in the Confrontation fight. There, we say "instead of attacking Progue". But "kick" as a verb should also map to attack, so if we made it a synonym we wouldn't be able to tell them apart in the fight; so here we understand the conversation topic as attacking. ]
[ Understand "[fc_kick] [something]" as attacking when fc_kick is not available.] Understand "[fc_kick] [something]" as manual-attacking. Manual-attacking is an action applying to two things. Carry out manual-attacking: try attacking second noun.
Does the player mean attacking a person: it is very likely.