|a||Mench||1h||Doing a bit of everything.|
|-||ReeferMadness||5m||May the bridges I burn light the way.|
|And 23 more hiding and/or disguised|
Verbs on you
Verbs on objects on you
Verbs on features you have
Verbs on rooms
You cannot target a 'room' the way you can target 'second briefcase'.
Thus, an example: if the verb was the same on briefcases and rooms, and you had a briefcase on you, you'd never be able to put that briefcase in a locker because it would always find the verb on the briefcase first.
> tease 99th medkit on 99th photo of 99th Slither in 99th briefcase on 99th shelf.
And it says:
Did you mean tease 99th medkit on 99th photo of 99th Slither in 99th briefcase from 99th shelf.
Like, of course I did! You know what I meant; there's no reason "on" or "from" could be misinterpreted as "in the only possible mechanical relation to the thing"
Now since I'm on mobile and forgot to copy/paste it, I have to type the whole thing out again. Bleh.