Enter your pose as if you were typing in a first-person voice.
-- Pose recognises the following:
Names -- Exact matches on the aliases of gendered objects in the room. Pronouns -- Pronouns will match for the last player mentioned.
Additional verbs you wish conjugated to your gender should be prefixed with a period.
-- For example: .kick chuck, bruising him on his shin as I .laugh madly. You -> You kick chuck, bruising him on his shin as you laugh madly. Chuck -> Quinn kicks you, bruising you on your shin as he laughs madly. Room -> Quinn kicks Chuck, bruising him on his shin as he laughs madly. '.kick chuck, bruising chuck on chuck's shin...' would produce the same, except 'him' would translate to 'chuck', since a literal name was specified.
As evident above, antecedent identification is rather simple right now.
-- When using verbs ending with "sh", "ch" and "tch", you will have to add an "e" at the end for the pose to look correct to everyone else.
Example: ".watch Jimmy closely." results in "Player watchs you closely."
while ".watche Jimmy closely." results in "Player watches you closely."
-- Special subs: /all /everybody /everyone -> Produces a list of every $player in the room when used in a pose.
Example: Bob, Jack, James and Susan are in the room.
".nod to /all" would result in "Mr A nods to Bob, Jack, James and Susan."
For more information and a full workshop / tutorial log: http://sindo.me/m628j7