Omnia Autem Probate — 5 of 33

Jeff Nyman

Release 4

Book - Actions

Part - Buying

Buying it from is an action applying to two things.

Understand "buy [something] from [someone]" as buying it from.

Understand "purchase [something] from [someone]" as buying it from.

Buying it with is an action applying to two things.

Understand "buy [something] with [something]" as buying it with.

Understand "purchase [something] with [something]" as buying it with.

Check buying it with:

if the second noun is not currency:

say "[The second noun] will likely not serve as payment." instead.

Check buying it from:

if the second noun is an animal:

say "You're kidding, right?" instead;

if the second noun is not the aged woman:

say "[The second noun] [don't] appear to be selling anything." instead.

Report buying it from:

say "[The noun] [are] not for sale."

Report buying it with:

say "[The noun] [are] not for sale."

Understand "buy [something]" as a mistake ("That's a bit vague. Try 'buy [the noun] from [a random person that is not the player]' or, if it's clear who will be the subject of the action, try 'buy [the noun] with [a random thing that is currency]'.")