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Help for '@describe'

Syntax: @describe as

Primarily used to describe yourself: @describe me as ...

This command sets the description string of to . This is the string that is printed out whenever someone uses the 'look' command on . To describe yourself, use 'me' as the .

If you are describing yourself, you should be brief and cover your height, weight, ethnicity and anything that is very visible about your character. The rest of your description should be done via @nakeds. See: 'help @nakeds' for more information.

Example:

Joe types this:
@describe me as "The woman before you has tanned skin and Asian heritage. She carries her lean frame with ease. Just shy of six feet tall, she moves with conviction and precision."

People who type 'look Joe' now see this:
The woman before you has tanned skin and Asian heritage. She carries her lean frame with ease. Just shy of six feet tall, she moves with conviction and precision.

Note for programmers:
The description of an object is kept in its .description property.
For descriptions of more than one paragraph, .description can be a list of strings.
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