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Help for 'think'

The 'think' command is used to convey your character's thoughts. This is NOW roleplaying and can be used to direct other characters' IC actions or perceptions.

Syntax:
      think


This can be seen by any characters in the room you are in that have the capability to receive thoughts. You must have IC/coded ability to receive the thoughts from others.
*** The @options preference to block others thoughts no longer applies and will be removed at some point in the future.

Former Examples of misuse that are NOW OK:

-Using other characters' thoughts to guide your character's IC actions.
-Using thought bubbles to convey IC info
-Using any information from a thought bubble.
-Using 'think' to substitute for roleplaying visible attitude.

Examples of misuse are:
-Using think to conduct an OOC meta-conversation.


Admin or Coded use of thought:
Sometimes, your character will think something,either through admin or coded manipulation. Use this ICly to move your actions, as they are there to influence and extend your RP.

Example:
You are in a dark room and barely see anything in front of you. Up pops the thought:

You think . o O ( Whats out there....oh god, was that a cackle )

You'd use this to RP your characters mood, actions and entire attitude toward the location and situation. How much or little is up to you, but RP accordingly.
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