A multi-themed online text adventure

pmote

Syntax: pmote target string
Syntax: pmote string

Show people what you're feeling or are up to. Target above can be either a
person in the same room, or an object in your equipment, inventory or lying
on the ground. The command will display the string given behind your name,
just like EMOTE, but additionally allow some "escape sequences" which will
be magically replaced by e.g. the correct version of "his/her/it" as appropriate
to your argument, its name, ...

Supported escapes are:
what's your target | escape | replacement
-------------------+--------+-----------------------------
(always available) |   $$   | $
(always available) |   $n   | Your name (or someone if unseen)
(always available) |   $e   | "he" or "she", according to your sex.
(always available) |   $s   | "his" or "her", according to your sex.
(always available) |   $m   | "him" or "her", according to your sex.
 Char in room      |   $N   | Name of char or mob (or someone if unseen)
 Char in room      |   $E   | "he", "she" or "it", according to sex.
 Char in room      |   $S   | "his", "her" or "its", according to sex.
 Char in room      |   $M   | "him", "her" or "it", according to sex.
    Object         |   $o   | short name of object.
    Object         |   $p   | long name of object.
    Object         |   $a   | "a" or "an" according to the first letter of obj.


Some examples (Tom is doing that stuff, partially on Keena):
> pmote sword wields $a $p in a quick motion.
Tom wields a sword in a quick motion.
> pmote sword wields $s $p in a quick motion.
Tom wields his sword in a quick motion.
> pmote Keena strangles $N until $S eyes turn red and $E stops moving.
Tom strangles Keena until her eyes turn red and she stops moving.
See Also: :, emote, socials
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