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w Storm 42s I dabble in the puppeting.
- Baron17 3m
- NovaQuinn 3m
- Jade 1m
- Vivvykins 4m
j Fengshui 19m <- My Book
- Stiza13 26s
- Kiwi 2m I guess there's always something killing me.
- RheaGhe 4m Something about butts.
- Vandergrift 6m
- pfh 1h
- Damarung 23m
- Diani 31s sketchy girls and lipstick boys 0/
- Rangerkrauser 1h
a Glitch 53m I am the one who puppets.
- Brozilla 11m
- Cosmic 28s
- Majere_Draven 14s
- Marioanius 5s Hamilton wrote, the other 51!
- Napoleon 4s Bad bish is bad.
j Johnny 12s New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
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- Baguette 14m ye boi
- FancyPenguin 7s
- BCingyou 49s
j Kwisatz 1d Definitely not a GM.
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Help for 'multiples'


Multiple items with the same name on your person and/or in the room require the addition of a prefix to differentiate between the items. We often refer to this as 'nth' as in the 'nth item'.

The command 'count ' will pull up a list of the offending items and their locations (they could either be on your person or the room you are in). This will allow you to refer to the specific item you wish to perform the action to.

Simply insert the relevant prefix into your command, e.g. 'drink [first/1st second/2nd third/3rd] '.

It can get a little tricky when all the items are on you. In this case, it's handy to remember that everything happens in chronological order. If you were eating a slice of pizza halfway and someone hands you an uneaten slice, the slice that you were eating would be the first slice. If you then drop the first slice, it would no longer be the first slice and would become the last slice.

You can also count how much money you have by simply typing 'count'.

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*Last Updated: 06/17/18 by Fengshui*
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