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0 You cannot reach the door from here.
1 You recall a rule prohibiting goats (except seeing-eye goats) from entering the castle.
2 That's odd. Why aren't the guards at their posts?
3 You reconsider the wisdom of returning to King Edward without having recovered Daventry's three lost treasures.
4 The portcullis is already closed.
5 Your knock echoes within the castle. Unfortunately, no one answers.
6 If you inherit the throne, you may do whatever you please with the urns. Until then, leave them alone.
7 The pots are full of dirt and roots. There's nothing remotely helpful in or around the urns.
8 There are no guards in sight.
9 This deep swampy moat is patrolled by vicious serpents.
10 The vines creeping up the walls of the castle are rooted in these two large urns.
11 The castle walls are carpeted with a thick tangle of vines.
12 You can't see any flowers from where you stand.
13 There are small flowers growing along the moat.
14 The guards are surprised at your sudden appearance.
15 Before entering the castle, you remove your ring so as not to startle the ailing King.
16 These stone-faced guards must have been trained not to converse with anybody. They ignore you, Sir Graham.
17 The guards are well provided-for by King Edward. They are not interested in any of your belongings.
18 These are the guards of your king, King Edward. It would be very unwise to make enemies of them, Sir Graham.
19 These stone-faced guards must have been trained not to show any type of affection. They ignore you, Sir Graham.
20 These guards protect the King's castle.
21 Just walk up to the portcullis and open it.
22 This portcullis is the only entrance to the King's castle.
23 These beautiful urns adorn the front of the castle.
24 You never know what sort of fierce creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat.

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0 You cannot reach the door from here.
1 You recall a rule prohibiting goats (except seeing-eye goats) from entering the castle.
2 That's odd. Why aren't the guards at their posts?
3 You reconsider the wisdom of returning to King Edward without having recovered Daventry's three lost treasures.
4 The portcullis is already closed.
5 Your knock echoes within the castle. Unfortunately, no one answers.
6 If you inherit the throne, you may do whatever you please with the urns. Until then, leave them alone.
7 The pots are full of dirt and roots. There's nothing remotely helpful in or around the urns.
8 There are no guards in sight.
9 This deep swampy moat is patrolled by vicious serpents.
10 The vines creeping up the walls of the castle are rooted in these two large urns.
11 The castle walls are carpeted with a thick tangle of vines.
12 You can't see any flowers from where you stand.
13 There are small flowers growing along the moat.
14 The guards are surprised at your sudden appearance.
15 Before entering the castle, you remove your ring so as not to startle the ailing King.
16 These stone-faced guards must have been trained not to converse with anybody. They ignore you, Sir Graham.
17 The guards are well provided-for by King Edward. They are not interested in any of your belongings.
18 These are the guards of your king, King Edward. It would be very unwise to make enemies of them, Sir Graham.
19 These stone-faced guards must have been trained not to show any type of affection. They ignore you, Sir Graham.
20 These guards protect the King's castle.
21 Just walk up to the portcullis and open it.
22 This portcullis is the only entrance to the King's castle.
23 These beautiful urns adorn the front of the castle.
24 You never know what sort of fierce creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat.

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0 You can't see any flowers from where you stand.
1 There are small flowers growing along the moat.
2 If you inherit the throne, you may do whatever you please with the urns. Until then, leave them alone.
3 The pots are full of dirt and roots. There's nothing remotely helpful in or around the urns.
4 These beautiful urns adorn the front of the castle.
5 You never know what sort of fierce creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat.

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0 There is a hole where the rock once was.
1 You're in a shady forest clearing. A large rock rests in the middle of the clearing next to a shallow hole where the rock used to sit.
2 You're in a shady forest clearing. A large rock rests in the middle of the clearing.
3 There is a shallow hole where the rock once rested in.
4 There is an intricately carved dagger in the hole.
5 You see a large rock resting in the middle of the clearing.
6 There's not a lot to see except for the grass beneath your feet and a couple of large rocks.
7 There is nothing in this hole but dirt.
8 You are too far away from the hole to see into it.
9 There is no hole here.
10 There's nothing interesting about the dirt.
11 You could see it better if you picked it up.
12 You do not have a dagger to look at.
13 You can't read the runes, but it appears to be an elvish dagger of great antiquity.
14 You don't have any carvings to look at.
15 You are already standing in the hole.
16 You can just walk right over into the hole. It's very shallow.
17 You don't see a hole.
18 You have thrown the dagger and it is lost forever.
19 You've already accomplished that task.
20 You can't pick up the dagger while you're invisible.
21 You might be able to do that if you weren't ducking!
22 You are too far away to get the dagger.
23 There is no dagger here.
24 The rock is much, much harder than your foot. You'd injure yourself.
25 It is a large rock. There is a shallow hole in the ground where the rock used to sit.
26 You see a large, grey rock.
27 There's nothing useful or interesting about this rock.
28 This rock is far too heavy for you to carry.
29 You are much too far away to even attempt getting the rock.
30 The rock is far too heavy to be picked up.
31 It will be very difficult to move the rock from here.
32 After moving that rock once, just the thought of moving it again exhausts you.
33 It's pretty hard to move the rock while you're invisible.
34 With a small shove, you manage to push the rock a few feet... revealing a shallow hole underneath.
35 You reach into the hole and grasp the dagger, being careful not to cut yourself.

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0 There are many smooth pebbles next to the lake.
1 You're standing on a pebble strewn patch of sand on the river bank.
2 You see your own boot-clad feet.
3 There is a beach of pebbles on its edge.
4 The sandy beach along the side of the lake is strewn with small pebbles.
5 The only rocks of interest are some pebbles on the beach.
6 From here it looks like an ordinary beach of pebbles.
7 The only rocks worth getting are some pebbles on the beach.
8 You are not close enough to the pebbles to get them.
9 Your pockets cannot hold any more pebbles.
10 You can't pick up any of the pebbles while you are invisible.
11 You grab a handful of pebbles.
12 You grab a pebble.
13 You grab some pebbles.
14 As you slip into the water, the magic ring slips from your finger.
15 That's one giant leap for the fish!
16 Looks like all the fish are currently underwater.
17 The fish would make your clothes smell and wouldn't be any help on your quest.

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0 This is a serene mountain lake.
1 In the woods to the north, you can just see what looks like an old stone well.
2 The sunlight glistens on the rippling water.
3 That's one giant leap for the fish!
4 Do you see any fish here at the moment?
5 Perhaps you'll find a use for a fish in a different King's Quest, but not in this one.
6 As you slip into the water, the magic ring slips from your finger.

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0 You already have the pouch.
1 You found it already.
2 Haven't you found it yet?
3 Inside the rotting stump you notice a small leather pouch.
4 Inside the decaying tree stump, you see nothing interesting.
5 Why don't you move closer to try that?
6 You peer into the darkness inside the log, but there's nothing at all inside.
7 You're not close enough to see into the log.
8 From here you can see the stump is very old and rotting away.
9 You can only vaguely see the stump from this distance.
10 Next to you is an old fallen tree trunk. It's crumbling and rotted, and holds no interest for you... unless you have a fascination with termites!
11 You can't see much of the log from over here.
12 You're in a quiet part of the forest. There's an old rotted stump here.
13 You can't see the termites unless you split open the log. But that would be a waste of time.
14 You're not that hungry. You hope that you NEVER become that hungry!
15 They're obviously more afraid of you than you are of them. Leave them alone.
16 There is no reason to take this old log with you.
17 You are already carrying them in your leather pouch.
18 You already have the leather pouch.
19 There's no pouch here.
20 You have to find it first.
21 As you lift the pouch from the stump, you feel its contents shifting inside.
22 You should try getting closer.

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0 A small, pleasant waterfall pours into a crystal clear lake.
1 A small spring bubbles up from the rocks here and splashes into the lake.

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0 This is a peaceful little lake, fed by a nearby waterfall.
1 Flowing into this peaceful lake is a small waterfall.
2 The flowers are very beautiful.
3 The sunlight glistens on the rippling water.
4 The fish are certainly getting their exercise today.
5 There is no fish here to look at!
6 You won't be needing any fish on your quest.

Text.009Edit

0 You are standing in a clearing. The view of the forest is most pleasant here.
1 There is no fairy here.
2 She is your fairy godmother.
3 It is impossible to acquire a fairy godmother.
4 There is no need to say, or do, anything.
5 FAIRY GODMOTHER: "Gentle Sir Graham, I am your fairy godmother."
6 FAIRY GODMOTHER: "Your quest is indeed noble. What little aid I can offer you is this protective magic spell, effective but a little while."
7 FAIRY GODMOTHER: "I shall be watching over you, Sir Graham."

Text.010Edit

0 While you were wandering in the pen, the goat has wandered away.
1 You are already invisible
2 Nothing happens.
3 As you rub the shimmering ring, you turn invisible!
4 The goat doesn't see you anymore.
5 The magic ring is still in your pocket. You can't rub it there.
6 You aren't wearing the ring, Sir Graham.
7 You remove the shimmering ring from your finger.
8 Silly! Goats can't talk.
9 Why? The goat seems to be following you quite nicely.
10 You wouldn't get very far carrying the goat. Perhaps you can get him to follow you if you'd like to take him somewhere.
11 You cannot do that from outside the fence.
12 What do you want to feed the old goat?
13 You can try, but be careful.
14 Are you kidding? The goat would never let you!
15 You do not have a carrot.
16 You are too far away.
17 You and all your belongings are invisible. The goat can't see your carrot.
18 Goats love carrots! The old goat quickly devours yours and stops following you.
19 Goats love carrots! The old goat quickly devours yours.
20 The goat is already following you.
21 You need to get into the goat pen.
22 You need to get a little closer.
23 The goat, unable to see either you or the carrot, is not impressed in the slightest by the carrot.
24 The goat must be on the other side of the goat pen.
25 He's already dead, it just wouldn't be the same.
26 You can't do that while your invisible.
27 You don't have everything you need to do that.
28 Pelting the goat with pebbles would be a slow and painful way to kill him. If you feel you absolutely must do away with him, use a quicker method.
29 You need to go into the pen to kill the goat.
30 You should get closer to the goat first.
31 You don't have a good weapon with which to kill the goat.
32 Since you are invisible, everything you own is invisible. The goat cannot see the carrot.
33 There is no goat in the immediate area.
34 The fence is too high for you to jump over.
35 It would be easier to just open the gate.
36 It is high enough to keep the old goat from jumping over it.
37 The goat pen is crudely made of small tree limbs. At the other end you see a gate.
38 You are in the small goat pen.
39 Someone has built a small goat pen here.
40 You see a gate at the other end of the goat pen.
41 There must be a gate around here somewhere.
42 That would be very much like beating a dead horse, wouldn't it?
43 A gallant knight such as yourself would never attack an innocent goat.
44 The old goat shows some interest in the carrot.
45 Very clever! You tempt the goat with the carrot and he begins to follow you around. You've made a friend!

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0 Oh, no! The goat has escaped through the gate that you left open behind you. He could have wandered anywhere by now.
1 You are already invisible
2 Nothing happens.
3 As you rub the shimmering ring, you turn invisible!
4 The goat doesn't see you anymore.
5 The magic ring is still in your pocket. You can't rub it there.
6 You aren't wearing the ring, Sir Graham.
7 You remove the shimmering ring from your finger.
8 There is a small bush near the pen.
9 There are several willowy shade trees around the goat pen.
10 This is the crude wooden fence that encloses the goat and his trough.
11 Silly! Goats can't talk.
12 Why? The goat seems to be following you quite nicely.
13 You wouldn't get very far carrying the goat. Perhaps you can get him to follow you if you'd like to take him somewhere.
14 You cannot do that from outside the fence.
15 What do you want to feed the old goat?
16 You can try, but be careful.
17 Are you kidding? The goat would never let you!
18 You do not have a carrot.
19 You are too far away.
20 The goat, unable to see either you or the carrot, doesn't react to your offering.
21 Goats love carrots! The old goat quickly devours yours and stops following you.
22 Goats love carrots! The old goat quickly devours yours.

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0 The vines aren't strong enough to be of any use to you.
1 You have encountered an old stone well in the middle of these woods.
2 They raise their colorful faces to the sun.
3 The deep well dissolves quickly into darkness; you can barely see the glint of rippling water at the bottom.
4 You are not close enough to see into the well.
5 You see lush green Daventry grass.
6 The well looks as if it's been here a long time.
7 You can't quite see the bucket well enough to see if anything's in it.
8 From up here, you can't make out any details of the water below.
9 You don't see any water here.
10 All the water is at the bottom of the well.
11 Now that you've cut the rope, there's no way for you to get the bucket to the bottom of the well.
12 You already have a bucket full of water.
13 The goat refuses to go down the well.
14 The sides of this well are too slippery to climb down.
15 Since you've cut the rope there is nothing left to climb down on.
16 You could seriously injure yourself unless you lower the rope first.
17 That bucket isn't big enough for you and that big goat!
18 You'd look silly sitting in your bucket, since the bucket is no longer attached to the rope.
19 That would be hard to do from up here.
20 You can't jump into it while you're holding it.
21 You jump down the well trying to land near the bucket.
22 You attempt to jump in the bucket, but miss.
23 The knots on the rope are too tight to untie.
24 You already have the bucket.
25 The bucket is floating in the well.
26 The old bucket is securely fastened to a strong rope.
27 You've already got the bucket!
28 The bucket is floating.
29 The rope is already at the bottom of the well.
30 The bucket is not here.
31 Unfortunately, the rope is no longer attached to the bucket.
32 The old bucket is already at the top of the well.
33 The rope is already at the top of the well.
34 The bucket will be of the most use to you if you don't let go of it.
35 You have no way to cut the rope.
36 Unfortunately, the rope is now in pieces in the bottom of the well.
37 The bucket is floating freely at the bottom of the well.
38 The rope is still wound up at the top of the well.
39 You look in the wooden bucket and see water.
40 You peer into the wooden bucket but find it empty.
41 You peer into the bucket but find it empty.
42 Move closer to the well. You can't see in the bucket from here.
43 There is no bucket in sight.
44 The old bucket holds about a gallon of water.
45 This weathered old bucket has served the kingdom for years and years. It still holds water as well as it did on the day it was made.
46 An old wooden bucket is visible at the top of the well.
47 This crank is used to lower and raise the bucket into the well.
48 The rope extends down into the blackness of the well.
49 You've cut the rope; there's none to be seen.
50 The rope is wound around the crank, hanging above the well.
51 A healthy tangle of vines is coiled around the well.
52 After you are in the old bucket, your weight causes it to slowly descend.
53 The old bucket disappears into the darkness.
54 The rope disappears into the darkness.
55 The rope and bucket are now lost in the bottom of the well.
56 The rope is now lost in the bottom of the well.
57 You cut the bucket off of the rope.
58 This side of the well is crumbling to pieces. Try the other side.
59 You can't do that when you are invisible!
60 The old bucket is at the bottom of the well.
61 You will find that very difficult to do from here.

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0 You are in a clearing in the forest. You have the uneasy feeling that someone or something is watching you.
1 You don't see a wolf here.
2 By the time you got out your slingshot and pebbles, and aimed them, the wolf would be upon you!
3 You have nothing with which to shoot the wolf...and even if you did, you probably couldn't.
4 You'd need some sort of ammunition to even attempt such an inadvisable feat.
5 You're not talking about shooting yourself, are you?
6 You have neither projectiles nor the means with which to propel them, should you want to attempt such a folly.
7 You could scarcely hope to bother the wolf by tossing pebbles at it!
8 There's nothing interesting to throw your pebbles at here.
9 You don't have any pebbles to throw.
10 The wolf's muscles are coiled steel springs. His massive jaws, razor-sharp teeth and long, wicked claws are a deadly blur. And you want to try to kill him? Better think again!
11 The wolf's muscles are coiled steel springs. His massive jaws, razor-sharp teeth and long, wicked claws are deadly blur. And you want to get him? Better think again!
12 He's too lean and wiry to make a good meal. But he'll make a good meal out of you if you don't run!
13 You'll be riding inside the wolf if you stand here.
14 It looks like the wolf has his stomach set on you. Spend less time looking and more time escaping!
15 Without warning, a wolf darts out of the bushes and runs straight for you. Look out! Don't let him catch you.
16 Even your invisibility didn't hide you from the wolf's keen sense of smell.

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0 There is an enormous oak tree growing here, its branches reaching up to the sky.
1 You can't do that when you're invisible.
2 The old goat is afraid of heights and refuses to climb the tree.
3 Finding plenty of footholds in the coarse bark of the tree, you easily clamber up the trunk to the branches above.
4 You're too busy right now to climb a tree.
5 You can't climb a tree from here!

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0 From here, you can see the battlements of King Edward's castle overlooking the garden.

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0 From here, you can see the battlements of King Edward's castle overlooking the garden.

Text.017Edit

0 Unfortunately, drowning in the lake is occupying all of your attention.
1 You are already swimming.
2 You have to be in the water to go swimming.
3 There are strong currents under the calm surface of this lake. Diving here would be too dangerous.
4 That's a dangerous proposition from here.
5 The bucket is already full of water.
6 With difficulty, you fill the bucket while swimming.
7 You kneel down and fill the bucket with the cool water.
8 You do not have a bucket to put the water in.
9 There is no safe place from which to get a drink of water.
10 You can't do that.

Text.018Edit

0 Wandering along the banks of a beautiful lake, you see a cute little elf.
1 Lush pine trees ring the lake.
2 On this side of the lake, the banks of the lake are low and rocky.
3 The mountain is much too steep and rocky for you to climb.
4 Since you were not very polite to the elf, he has departed.
5 This particular elf doesn't care for close physical contact with strangers.
6 The elf has done nothing to you. Why hurt him?
7 There is no elf here.
8 There is a very pretty lake here; a small elf is wandering up and down the shore.
9 This is a clear mountain lake with some low and rocky banks surrounding it.
10 You have to scoop the water with your hands, but you manage to satisfy your thirst.
11 That's a dangerous proposition from here.
12 You came too close to the shy little elf.
13 The small elf seems friendly enough.
14 Silly! You can't get close enough to do that.
15 I'm surprised at you! That is very impolite!
16 You don't have anything to throw.
17 You should get closer to the little elf.
18 There's no need to do that to the elf.
19 The elf is impressed by your friendliness and responds by handing you an elegant little ring.
20 ELF: "I've had my eye on ye, Sir Graham. Methinks you might enjoy this little trinket. For just a wee bit o' time, it has the power to make ye invisible."
21 ELF: "May it give ye as much entertainment as ye has given me this day!
22 With that, the elf vanishes.

Text.019Edit

0 Curiously, a large door has been built into the steep mountainside.
1 It's a gold lock. Coincidentally, you have a gold key.
2 It's a gold lock. Somewhere, there is a key that fits this lock.
3 There are many scattered pines around here.
4 The mountain is much too steep and rocky for you to climb.
5 has:
6 Just use your gold key to unlock the door.
7 Perhaps if you'd attended the Famous Adventurer's Correspondence School, you'd know how to pick locks. Sadly, you don't.
8 Move closer to the door.
9 You strike the door with all your might! Unfortunately, the door doesn't give an inch.
10 It will be difficult to do that from here.
11 Move a little closer to the door.
12 The door appears to be already open.
13 Using the gold key, you unlock the huge door...
14 The huge door is locked. You can't open it.
15 How do you want to use the key?
16 Wishing you had a key doesn't make it so, Sir Graham.
17 You can't unlock the door without a key.
18 This massive door is securely locked.
19 Through the keyhole you can dimly see a staircase. It looks like it might go up into the mountain.
20 You need to get closer to the door's keyhole
21 A huge wooden door has been built into the base of a steep mountain. You notice a large keyhole in the door.
22 Don't be afraid. Get close enough for a good look.
23 The only response you get is the echo of your pounding.
24 Wait for the goat while it tries to catch up.

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0 There are no beavers here now. 1 This is a pretty little alpine lake. There is a cool breeze here, and the lake shimmers softly in the quiet mountain air. 2 It looks as though there were beavers around here at one time. 3 Sunlight glistens on the rippling lake water. 4 The fish are pretty jumpy in Daventry, aren't they? 5 There aren't any fish here to see...at the moment. 6 You won't be needing any fish on your quest.

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0 There's no witch here at the moment. 1 This part of the forest is dark and creepy. Shadows seem to jump out at you, and the trees are gnarled and misshapen. 2 This is not your friendly-type witch. 3 Killing the witch would be very difficult right now, she is moving too fast! 4 There is no witch here at the moment. 5 The wicked witch is not interested in chitchat. 6 It looks as though she's already caught YOU! 7 Are you kidding? 8 There's no way you can do that. The witch is holding you with supernatural strength. 9 You're too high for that. You'd break your neck. 10 The witch is mad enough already without you worsening her mood. 11 With a screech and cackle, a witch swoops down from the skies above. Look out! She dips and turns and tries to catch you! 12 It's a good thing you're invisible! 13 She's got you! She grabs you by the neck with an iron grip, and carries you off to her cottage deep in the forest.

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0 The opening to the cave is dark and ominous. 1 You vaguely see the outline of a cave entrance. 2 A large cave is at the edge of this meadow. 3 This is a large condor. Its graceful flight appears effortless. At times, it dives so low you can practically touch it! 4 There is no bird here. 5 You could try getting it, if you could only reach it. 6 The condor is out of your reach. 7 These rocks are a little too treacherous to climb. 8 The bird is too high to kill. Besides, why would you want to kill such a fine, friendly bird? 9 The condor doesn't speak, but it's wiser than you probably suspect. 10 The goat begins to reply, but then remembers that goats can't talk! 11 As there's nobody here to speak to, the conversation quickly grinds to a halt.

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The surrounding boulders and trees are reflected on the small, mirror-like lake. 1 The fish is simply trying to get a good look at you. 2 Looks like all the fish have taken a dive. 3 There's nothing fishy about this quest; you won't be needing any of them.

Text.024Edit

0 There is a huge stalk growing here! 1 You see a fragrant patch of clover growing in this lush meadow. 2 Upon close examination, you see a four-leaf clover in the clover patch. 3 You see a clover patch. 4 A patch of clover catches your attention. 5 You won't need to pick any of those, but they're very pretty to look at. 6 You've already picked the only four-leaf clover in the patch. 7 You can't pick any clover while you're invisible. 8 You've already picked the best clover in the patch. 9 The three-leaf clovers are neither interesting nor helpful to you. 10 You can't climb this tree. 11 Catching the butterfly will not get you any closer to your goal. And it might hurt the butterfly. 12 Apparently the hot Daventry sun is getting to you. 13 The butterfly doesn't talk. 14 This is a charming little yellow butterfly. 15 An unusual clover glistens in the middle of the patch. 16 You notice a patch of clover just a few short steps away. 17 A jumble of clover grows in this patch of the forest.

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0 A rough-hewn plank bridge spans the deep rushing river here. 1 There is no one to talk to here. 2 The trees flourish in the moist, healthy soil around the river. 3 As you start to cross the bridge, a huge, hulking troll stomps into view and blocks your way. Even though you are invisible, the troll can sense your presence and will not allow you to cross his bridge. 4 As you start to cross the bridge, a huge, hulking troll stomps into view and blocks your way. 5 As the troll pushes you back your ring slips off and falls into the river. It's gone forever! 6 It is a well known fact that goats hate trolls intensely. You move aside and let the goat take care of this wretched, nasty troll. 7 The goat lowers his head and runs straight for the troll, butting him right off the bridge and into the river below. That's the last you'll see of that troll. 8 These rocks are worn smooth from countless years of swiftly flowing water. 9 TROLL: "Well, what've we got here? You think yer gonna cross my bridge, do you? Not for FREE, you ain't." 10 TROLL: "Yer quite the little chatterbox, aintcha? Well, lemmee warn ya, these bridges have been in my family for years and years, and nobody, especially not a puny little knight like yerself, has ever passed across one of our bridges without payin' our Troll Toll." 11 TROLL: "Quit gabbin'. Are you plannin' on paying my toll, or does I hafta get tough?"

Text.026Edit

0 A lovely tree overlooks a bend in the river. 1 The turbulent river surges over and around the rocks, down the bend to the north.

Text.027Edit

0 This is an attractive meadow. A particularly large tree stands nearby. 1 They're not ready to leave the nest yet! 2 The birds of Daventry prefer their food untouched by human hands. 3 The mother bird is feeding her young in the nest high above you. 4 The baby birds are very hungry. It will be several weeks before they are able to start feeding themselves. 5 The nest houses a mother bird and her brood of two hungry baby birds.

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0 The windows are made from hardened sugar. You can't see through them very well. 1 The candy canes on the window block your view. 2 Mmmmmm! The lovely aroma of baked gingerbread makes your mouth water. 3 This is the sweetest little gingerbread house you've ever seen. The walls are cake, the roof is frosting, the chimney is made from gummy bricks, and the candy path and cookie fence are unbearably tempting! 4 You can't see much from here. 5 You are near a little gingerbread house in a forest clearing. 6 You must be getting nervous! There is no witch anywhere to be seen. 7 The path leads to the door. 8 The whole house is made of candy. 9 It is made of delicious chocolate chip cookies! 10 The whole HOUSE is made of gingerbread! 11 The entire ROOF is made of frosting! 12 Strangely enough, knocking on the door while invisible wouldn't make any sound! 13 The door is already closed. 14 The windows are too hard to break. 15 You would have to get closer to the windows. 16 You don't need to do that; opening the door would suffice. 17 The door is around the corner. 18 The door is not locked. 19 Yummy! 20 You will have to move closer to do that. 21 The gingerbread house with its frosting looks tempting, but you need to get closer. 22 As you begin to eat the house, a squeaky voice from somewhere says, "Nibble, nibble, little mouse. Who is nibbling at my house?" 23 Yum! The house tastes even better than it looks! 24 What candy would you like to eat? The whole house is made of candy. 25 The cookies look delicious, but the house looks even better! 26 Eat a flower? That seems rather strange. 27 As good as it looks, you're just a little bit suspicious about where all that candy came from. 28 It looks tempting, but you can't reach it from down here. 29 You don't know how long they have been standing there. Eating them probably wouldn't be a wise thing to do. 30 Something...or someone...must be cooking. 31 The door is made from candy canes. 32 As you knock on the candy cane door, a squeaky voice from inside the house says, "Who is there? I love visitors, especially young, tender ones! Come in, come in!" 33 There is no answer from inside the house. 34 The path to the front door is lined with little gingerbread boys and girls.

Text.029Edit

0 Gnarled, ancient trees loom in this dark part of the forest.

Text.030Edit

0 These are some of the largest, plumpest walnuts you have ever seen. 1 There are some walnuts nearby, under the walnut tree. 2 There are no more walnuts to be seen! 3 There is a large walnut tree surrounded by several pine trees. 4 If you've seen one pine tree, you've seen them all. 5 The tree is loaded with walnuts. 6 The walnuts are too hard to see from over here. 7 Actually, you were quite lucky: you picked the only gold walnut in the bunch! The rest are of no use to you. 8 You already have a gold walnut. 9 Where can you get a gold walnut? 10 You've already picked the only walnut worth getting, though you may not have realized it! 11 You already have one walnut, let's not be greedy. 12 You can't pick it up while you're invisible. 13 It looks like a walnut of some sort. 14 What are you throwing at? 15 In the manner of a cruel schoolboy, you fling a pebble at the squirrel. Fortunately, the squirrel is too quick for you. 16 You don't have any rocks to throw. 17 There is no squirrel here. 18 The squirrel doesn't want one that you've touched. 19 The squirrel seems hesitant about climbing its favorite walnut tree with you standing around! 20 There is no squirrel here at the moment. 21 Please don't bother the squirrel, it has a lot of work to do before next winter. 22 You don't have anything to shoot the squirrel with. 23 You'll have to have some sort of small, hard projectile in order to use the sling. 24 What would a knight have to gain by murdering such a cute, inoffensive creature as a tiny squirrel? 25 It would be cowardly to kill the squirrel, and it would serve no purpose. Act like a knight! 26 The squirrel took the walnut you wanted. 27 Pick another one instead. 28 There are no more walnuts to pick. 29 You'll have to get closer to the nuts. 30 You choose a big, meaty-looking walnut from the bunch scattered around.

Text.031Edit

0 Naah, you'd get sticky sap and pine needles all over yourself. 1 They're doing quite nicely where they are, thank you. 2 There appears to be some sort of bowl sitting next to the tree. 3 There appears to be some sort of bowl on the ground. 4 From what you can see of it, it looks like a colorful bowl of some sort. 5 The ground all around Daventry is carpeted with lush, green grass. 6 There is a huge stalk growing here! 7 A gigantic beanstalk has grown here, stretching up until it disappears into the clouds above. 8 This is a charming little wooded area of the forest. Pine trees and lush grass grow in the especially rich soil here. 9 Lovely pine trees abound in this forest. 10 You've already picked it up. 11 You can't pick up the bowl while you're invisible. 12 You are too busy.

Text.032Edit

0 On the far side of the river is a green meadow. 1 The meadow is on the other side of the river. 2 Water rushes swiftly around the bend and over the rocks.

Text.033Edit

0 You see a lovely green meadow on the other side of the river. 1 The swiftly-moving water is even more dangerous than it looks. 2 The meadow is on the other side of the raging river. 3 Around the rugged rocks the reckless river rages.

Text.034Edit

0 High cliffs border a wild, raging river. 1 You notice an enchanting meadow. 2 The meadow on the other side of the river looks very peaceful and enchanting. 3 Some of the rocks poke up from the riverbed. These rocks are actually very tall and treacherous!

Text.035Edit

0 No way. Who knows what squirmy, slimy creatures are lurking underneath? 1 There are craggy rocks scattered around the forest. You hate to think of what's underneath them. 2 You are in an eerie, desolate part of the forest. 3 The trees are bent and stunted, making the forest look even gloomier.

Text.036Edit

0 There's nothing to be gained by reaching into the hole. 1 You would need to be much smaller to fit through that hole. 2 You might just as well try to hold a moonbeam in your hand! 3 This rock is firmly stuck in the ground. 4 Although you are very strong and healthy, this rock is too much even for you. 5 The hole appears to go deep down through the rock, into the ground below. You can barely make out a faint greenish glow somewhere far inside. 6 There seems to be a small hole at the base of one of the boulders. 7 An extremely large jumble of boulders sits in the center of this heavily wooded area. At the base of one, you see a small hole. 8 You notice a small hole at the base of one of the craggy boulders in the center of the clearing. 9 It seems to have a green tinge to it, but it's so faint you can't tell for sure. 10 What glow? 11 The ancient, mossy rock has seen many winters. There is a small hole at its base. 12 From where you're standing, it appears to be nothing more than a large rock. 13 Congratulations! You now have all three of Daventry's lost treasures! Now don't waste any time; bring the treasures straight back to King Edward before it's too late. 14 You'll have to move closer.

Text.037Edit

0 Large moss-covered trees surround a shallow, swampy lake. 1 Spotting the snake in the treetops you wisely decide that there are better trees to climb than this one. 2 You'll wind up with a useless dead snake and a guilty conscience. 3 The snake's small red tongue flicks at the air, tasting your presence in the swamp. 4 Even if the snake could hear you, it wouldn't have anything to say. 5 The huge snake is watching you very closely, and its intentions are less than friendly.

Text.038Edit

0 Numerous flowers are growing in the fertile soil. 1 There is a huge stalk growing here! 2 The flowers' fragrance is enticing. 3 You will have to move closer to do that. 4 It would be a shame to pick the lovely wildflowers. 5 Lovely wildflowers grow profusely in this beautiful green meadow. 6 A mighty beanstalk has sprouted from the magic beans you planted! Around the beanstalk, several varieties of wildflowers are growing. 7 The wildflowers are very beautiful here. 8 Catching the butterfly will not get you any closer to your goal. And it might hurt the butterfly. 9 The butterfly doesn't talk. 10 Apparently the hot Daventry sun is getting to you. 11 This is a charming little yellow butterfly.

Text.039 "Natural Rock Troll Bridge"Edit

0 A natural rock bridge crosses the steep, slippery banks of the river here. 1 There is no one to talk to here. 2 As you start to cross the bridge, a huge, hulking troll stomps into view and blocks your way. Even though you are invisible, the troll can sense your presence and will not allow you to cross his bridge. 3 As you start to cross the bridge, a huge, hulking troll stomps into view and blocks your way. 4 As the troll pushes you back your ring slips off your finger and into the raging river below. It's lost forever! 5 The water is particularly perilous as it passes downstream through this gully. 6 It is a well known fact that goats hate trolls intensely. You move aside and let the goat take care of this wretched, nasty troll. 7 The goat lowers his head and runs straight for the troll, butting him right off the bridge and into the river below. That's the last you'll see of that troll. 8 TROLL: "Well, what've we got here? You think yer gonna cross my bridge, do you? Not for FREE, you ain't." 9 TROLL: "Yer quite the little chatterbox, aintcha? Well, lemmee warn ya, these bridges have been in my family for years and years, and nobody, especially not a puny little knight like yerself, has ever passed across one of our bridges without payin' our Troll Toll." 10 TROLL: "Quit gabbin'. Are you plannin' on paying my toll, or does I hafta get tough?"

Text.040Edit

0 GNOME: "How in the world did you think of that? That's not even close." 1 Sir Graham, please try to find another word for "%s." 2 You weren't invited into the gnome's house. 3 There's a rock over by the bush, but this rock is nothing compared to the one the gnome lives in! 4 The gnome's house is carved right into the rock between three trees. 5 The broad leaves provide shade for the gnome during the hot summer months. 6 The roots of the three trees grow freely around the gnome's house. 7 This hole, carved into the side of the rock, is the entrance to the gnome's home. It's too dark inside to make out any details, and the gnome probably prefers it that way. 8 The wizened gnome went inside his house. 9 You see a wizened old gnome sitting in front of his house, whittling. 10 You are speaking with a wizened old gnome. 11 You see a wizened old gnome walking to his house. 12 Why? The gnome has done nothing to you. 13 The gnome isn't here. 14 You won't need any straw on your quest. 15 The gnome spun that gold out of straw! You can't take it, but don't worry. If you needed it, the gnome would give it to you. 16 The spinning wheel helps the gnome make his living. Please don't take it. 17 Only gnomes know how to do that. 18 Now what in the world would you do with a gnome? 19 GNOME: "Ooooh, very close, very close! But not quite right!" 20 The gnome is busy whittling, and doesn't notice you. 21 What do you think I am, a car? This also won't get you a raise. Nice try. 22 GNOME: "Please, keep guessing, won't you?" 23 GNOME: "Really, Sir Graham!" 24 The gnome momentarily pauses in response to the mysterious voice, then resumes his whittling. 25 GNOME: "You still haven't guessed my name!" 26 The gnome can't hear you from there! 27 GNOME: "Where did you get that idea? That's not even close!" 28 GNOME: "You have only one guess left, Sir Graham!" 29 The gnome momentarily pauses in response to the mysterious voice, then resumes his whittling 30 The gnome is busy whittling, and doesn't hear your guess. Move closer and give it another try. 31 GNOME: "That's right! Outstanding! I didn't think you were THAT clever." 32 GNOME: "As a reward for your sharp intellect, here are some beans. They're no ordinary beans, but it's up to you to find out why." 33 GNOME: "Somebody as smart as yourself should have no problem at all. <giggle>" 34 GNOME: "Well, step over here so I can give them to you." 35 GNOME: "You didn't guess my name, but I am still going to help you, Sir Graham." 36 GNOME: "Take this golden key. It will aid you on your quest, Sir Graham, but it's up to you to find out how!" 37 GNOME: "Well, step over here so I can give it to you." 38 GNOME: "Here you are. Good luck on your quest." 39 GNOME: "Er, pardon me, Sir Graham, but you're blocking my home. I have other adventurers to help and other puzzles to pose!" 40 GNOME: "Thank you, Sir Graham." 41 GNOME: "So, you've come back! Good for you, Sir Graham!" 42 GNOME: "Welcome, Sir Graham. I have been expecting you." 43 GNOME: "I have something that will be of great use to you. But first, Sir Graham, you must answer this riddle. I'll give you three guesses. What is my name?" 44 GNOME: "It's been delightful chatting with you, Sir Graham. I get so few visitors... Perhaps it's the fault of that thickheaded troll." 45 mad 46 really mad 47 It is of no use to keep guessing the gnome's name. 48 %s 49 GNOME: "You have only one guess left." 50 GNOME: "You still have two guesses." 51 This is the gnome's spinning wheel. 52 This is a pile of gold. 53 There is a small pile of straw here.

Text.041Edit

0 A rough-hewn plank bridge spans the deep rushing river here. 1 There is no one to talk to here. 2 As you start to cross the bridge, a huge, hulking troll stomps into view and blocks your way. Even though you are invisible, the troll can sense your presence and will not allow you to cross his bridge. 3 As you start to cross the bridge, a huge, hulking troll stomps into view and blocks your way. 4 As the troll pushes you back your ring slips off and falls into the river, to be lost forever. 5 It is a well known fact that goats hate trolls intensely. You move aside and let the goat take care of this wretched, nasty troll. 6 The goat lowers his head and runs straight for the troll, butting him right off the bridge and into the river below. That's the last you'll see of that troll. 7 The river ripples as it rushes over the rocks. 8 TROLL: "Well, what've we got here? You think yer gonna cross my bridge, do you? Not for FREE, you ain't." 9 TROLL: "Yer quite the little chatterbox, aintcha? Well, lemmee warn ya, these bridges have been in my family for years and years, and nobody, especially not a puny little knight like yerself, has ever passed across one of our bridges without payin' our Troll Toll." 10 TROLL: "Quit gabbin'. Are you plannin' on paying my toll, or does I hafta get tough?"

Text.042Edit

0 You can just walk out of the river. 1 The swift current is making it impossible to swim. 2 Off to one side is a clear blue lake surrounded by a pretty meadow. A swift river flows into the lake. 3 The pretty meadow surrounds the clear blue lake. 4 The clear blue lake is surrounded by a pretty meadow. 5 The river gets to be rather rough around these parts. 6 You glance under the old bridge, but see nothing unusual. 7 There are some large rocks jutting out of the river here.

Text.043Edit

0 There are rocks and small boulders all along the lakeshore. 1 You see a clear blue lake surrounded by a pretty meadow. 2 The pretty meadow surrounds a clear blue lake. 3 The river, barely visible off to the west, empties into the lake. 4 A few trees sit near a clear blue lake. 5 This is a jumping fish. You'd jump, too, if you lived in such cold water! 6 At the moment, you'd only be able to see the fish from underwater! 7 The fish would do you no good except to attract the attention of every cat in the kingdom!

Text.044Edit

0 In the condition the cottage is in, that might be dangerous. 1 Upon closer inspection you realize this poor cabin doesn't even have a door. 2 The roof is sadly in need of reshingling. It leaks in several dozen places. 3 This is the saddest-looking roof you've ever seen. Made of thatched bark, it clearly won't keep the rain out. It's sagging slightly, too...it looks like it might fall in if it isn't repaired soon! 4 The chimney seems to be the only part of the cottage that doesn't need repairing. 5 Inside, you can see the woodcutter feeding stew to his wife. Somehow, the shaky little hut looks cheerier inside already! 6 When you look in the doorway, you see a poor starving woodcutter and his wife. 7 From where you're standing, you can see that the cottage doesn't even have a door. 8 It was made from rough, hand-hewn logs long ago. Lately, the upkeep has faltered. There are even holes in the roof. 9 Through the small paneless window, you see a very relieved woodcutter feeding hot stew to his wife. 10 Through the small paneless window, you see a poor starving woodcutter and his bedridden wife. 11 You are unable to see in the window from here. 12 You're standing too far away from the house to see inside. 13 There is a window on the front of the house. 14 You see the cottage of the poor woodcutter and his wife. You helped them both tremendously by giving them the magic bowl of hot stew. 15 You see a cottage in shambles. It saddens you to think that somebody might still live there. 16 Perhaps you should go inside the cottage for a better look. 17 You can't see inside the door from where you're standing. Perhaps if you moved a little closer. 18 An old axe is permanently wedged into the tree stump. 19 The handle has been broken and repaired. The head shows the signs of many sharpenings. 20 The trees were cut from these stumps years ago with this ax. 21 The trees were cut from these stumps years ago. 22 The old axe is tightly wedged in the tree stump. You cannot remove it no matter what you do. 23 How are you going to use the axe when you can't even get it out of the stump? 24 It is an ancient, rusty water pump. It probably doesn't even work. 25 The rusty pump doesn't work. 26 You need to get closer.

Text.045Edit

0 You need to go inside to do that. 1 You can't do that now. 2 There isn't a glass pane in this window. 3 You are not close enough. 4 You should really try to find the door. 5 You see the back of the old tumbledown cottage, badly in need of repair. 6 A patchwork of old boards keeps the house together. 7 Perhaps you should go inside the house for a better look. 8 You could get a much better view if you were a little bit closer. 9 When you look in the window, you see a poor starving woodcutter and his wife. 10 You see the woodcutter feeding his poor wife. Some of the color seems to have come back into her cheeks. 11 There is a window on the back of the house. 12 There might be someone home.

Text.046Edit

0 You are in a gloomy forest clearing.

Text.047Edit

0 This lovely meadow is split by a wild, raging river. 1 There is a mushroom in the meadow on the other side of the raging river. 2 There is a large mushroom in the meadow next to the river. 3 There is a large mushroom growing in the ground close by. 4 There is nothing of interest around you. 5 You see the familiar side of the raging river. 6 The land across the river looks enchanting. You wonder how you can get there. 7 It would be too dangerous to try and jump from boulder to boulder. 8 The swiftly-moving water looks dangerous. 9 You hold the mushroom up to your nose and inhale the fragrance. It smells just like a fresh-picked mushroom should. 10 You can just detect the aroma of fresh mushroom. 11 Yes, there's a definite mushroom tang in the air. 12 You've already picked it. 13 The mushroom is on the far side of the river. 14 You can't pick the mushroom while you're invisible. 15 Far in the distance, you can see the spires and turrets of King Edward's castle. 16 You don't have the mushroom anymore. 17 A large bulbous mushroom grows in the distance. 18 This is a small, aromatic mushroom. 19 The rampaging river roils around the rough rocks. 20 The water is swiftly flowing around the rock. 21 The water cascades down a small waterfall here.

Text.048Edit

0 You need to be closer to do that. 1 The face of the cliff is too steep for you to climb. 2 You should try getting closer. 3 In the depths of the large hole you seem to sense a faint, green glow. 4 Don't be afraid... get closer. 5 There is a hole in this part of the meadow. 6 Beautiful spring flowers ring the meadow. 7 The meadow is bounded by a steep cliff. There is a deep hole in the ground. 8 Off in the distance, you can see the beautiful snow-capped mountains of Daventry. 9 As you struggle to retain your balance, the magic ring slips from your finger and vanishes.

Text.049Edit

0 There is no need to throw the dagger, there are no enemies here. 1 You can't climb down the rope any farther. 2 You are as far down as you'll get without being in the water. 3 You can't climb down while swimming. 4 There's no point in becoming invisible here; the well is dark enough as it is. 5 You're frantically swimming in the cold water of the well 6 You're suspended in a bucket above the cold water below. 7 You are hanging on a rope, above the cold well water below. 8 You can just see the opening of the well above you. 9 You can barely see the bottom of the well. 10 You see the well water below you. 11 You are sitting in the bucket. 12 Algae and lichen cover the damp well walls. 13 There is no reason to stop swimming. You may drown. 14 You cannot stop something you haven't started. 15 You already are swimming. 16 You have to be in the water to go swimming. 17 You're too busy right now. 18 You have to be swimming before you can go diving. 19 You're too busy drowning right now. 20 You can't climb up the wall from there. 21 There is no rope here. 22 Leave the rope where it is; you may find a use for it later. 23 You leap out of the water and grab the rope. 24 You're too busy drowning at the moment. 25 You can't climb up the rope from there. 26 You don't have a dagger. 27 You can't cut the rope from here. 28 You're already sitting in the bucket. 29 You leap out of the water and climb into the bucket. 30 There's no point in sitting in there. 31 Jumping into the bucket is not only pointless, it's dangerous. 32 It's too late for that. You'll never get into the bucket now. 33 There is no bucket here. 34 Just jump into the water if you like. 35 You're busy drowning at the moment. 36 You are not close enough to the water. 37 The bucket is already full of water. 38 With difficulty, you fill the bucket while swimming. 39 You do not have a bucket to put the water in. 40 You drink all the water in the bucket. You must have been thirsty! 41 You open your mouth and swallow some water. 42 It's hard to jump without solid ground under your feet. 43 You are not in the bucket. 44 Jumping will take you where you want to go. 45 You have taken the bucket already. 46 You manage to take the bucket. 47 It would be easier if the bucket wasn't attached to the rope. 48 The bucket will be of the most use to you if you don't let go of it. 49 This weathered old bucket has withstood many years of use. 50 The rope is thick and sturdy; it can easily support many times your weight. 51 Though you try, the fall has knocked the wind out of you, and your lungs quickly fill with water. 52 You have taken the only bucket. 53 There's no bucket here. 54 You're climbing a rope, suspended inside a dark, damp well. 55 The old rope extends into the sunlight far above you. 56 Below you, you see the well's cold, dark water. 57 Just below you, there's an old, weathered bucket. 58 You can't stand at the moment. 59 The bucket in which you're sitting is suspended a short distance above the well's cold, dark water. 60 You're sitting in a bucket, suspended inside a dark, damp well. 61 You'll have to be holding the bucket first. 62 Unfortunately, the walls of the well are too slick and slimy to be climbed.

Text.050Edit

0 When the goat saw how dark it was in here, it decided not to stay around. 1 The cave walls are hewn from the living rock of the mountain. They're dark, cold, and covered with a thin layer of slime. 2 It is a huge piece of granite. 3 This is a large, apparently vacant cave. Damp and cool, the cave is lit only by the sunlight streaming in through the cave's entrance to the west. 4 A large boulder is blocking what may be another entrance to this cave. 5 It took millenniums for these stalagmites and stalactites to form. 6 Looking out the cave opening, you are able to admire the beautiful scenery outside. 7 It leads to another portion of the cave. 8 This opening is blocked by a large boulder. 9 It is on the far side of the cave. 10 It is far too heavy to carry around. 11 You need to move closer to try that. 12 It is impossible for you to move a boulder this large. 13 Yeech. Fear not, you won't need it. 14 There is nothing of interest on top of the boulder. 15 The brackish water would not be too satisfying. It may even make you sick. 16 Drops of brackish water fall from the stalactites. 17 Small puddles of water, acrid and unpleasant, collect beneath the dripping rock formations above.

Text.051Edit

0 The bucket doesn't have water in it. 1 The dragon is dead. His fire can no longer harm you. 2 You have already doused the dragon's fire. It has crept off in embarrassment! 3 Maybe you should try that from a different spot. 4 This boulder is a huge chunk of granite. 5 In this large underground cavern, there is one slimy green dead dragon, an opening on one side, and a very large boulder. 6 There is a dead dragon, a large boulder, and a seemingly ordinary mirror in the cave. 7 The cavern is empty, save for a couple of openings on either side. 8 There is a large granite boulder in the cave, as well as a mirror...a MAGIC mirror!! 9 In this large underground cavern, there is a ferocious fire-breathing dragon, an opening on one side, and a very large boulder. 10 The ferocious fire-breathing dragon is protecting the magic mirror. 11 Parts of the cave are made impassable by huge, jagged stalagmites. The craggy limestone stalactites hang menacingly from the roof of the cavern. It took millenniums for these stalagmites and stalactites to form. 12 The hole seems to lead further into the cave. 13 The faint images of reflected light issue from the entrance. 14 There are two entrances to the cave. 15 In this large cavern, there is a slimy dead dragon. 16 The dragon has fled, never to return. 17 The dragon's rough, red pointed tongue protrudes awkwardly from the dead dragon's maw. 18 The dragon's still got it. 19 It would be easier if the dragon wasn't using it. 20 You've already accomplished that task. 21 You take the Magic Mirror! Congratulations! 22 Dragon's Tongue is considered a delicacy in some parts of the world, but not in Daventry! 23 The dragon took it with him. 24 This boulder is far too heavy to move. 25 You aren't wearing the ring, Sir Graham. 26 You remove the shimmering ring from your finger. 27 As you slowly and silently return to visibility, the dragon fails to notice you. 28 You are already invisible 29 Nothing happens. 30 As you rub the shimmering ring, you turn invisible! 31 The magic ring is still in your pocket. You can't rub it there. 32 There is no one here to receive your offering. 33 The dead dragon does not need anything you have to offer. 34 The dragon, unaware that you've stolen his great treasure, is not interested in anything you have to offer. 35 The dragon isn't interested in any of your possessions. It's already got one of the most valuable treasures in Daventry. 36 Parts of the cave are made impassable by huge, jagged stalagmites. 37 The craggy limestone stalactites hang menacingly from the roof of the cavern. 38 Smoking is bad for your health. That's why there are not many dragons around. 39 The dragon's head is angular, like a pterodactyl's. Large webbed gill flaps protrude from either side of his face, just underneath his horns. Smoke curls lazily from his nostrils. 40 Green and scaly, the dragon's body is massive and muscular. A row of serrated armor stretches from the tip of his tail to the base of his neck; his leathery wings are folded tight against his sides, and his webbed claws look sharp and deadly. 41 You should get closer to the mirror. 42 The mirror shimmers with its own magical light. 43 The dragon's long, powerful neck is a slinky mass of sinew and scales. The underside of his throat is pale, fleshy and unprotected by scales. 44 The dragon lies motionless on the rocky floor of the cavern. 45 The ferocious fire-breathing dragon may look asleep, but don't be fooled....he's smarter than he looks. 46 There is a vicious fire-breathing dragon here! 47 Ordinarily, music hath charms to soothe a savage beast but this beast is a little too ferocious to appreciate fiddle music. 48 This dragon had only one life, and you have already taken it. 49 You don't have anything sharp enough to pierce the dragon's scaly hide! 50 Wait and see what the dragon is doing first. 51 You don't have everything you need to attempt such a feat. 52 The dragon's already dead. Shooting him would be a waste of pebbles. 53 The pebbles are too blunt to deliver a fatal blow to the dragon, maybe a different approach would be better. 54 The dragon is dead. He can no longer hear you. 55 Think again. When this dragon talks, things have a tendency to catch fire. 56 The mere thought of retrieving the dagger repulses you. 57 How? 58 The dragon is dead. He has ceased to be. Bereft of life, he rests in peace. Best to get on with the game and forget this sad creature. 59 Be careful. Dragons are very dangerous. 60 The Fairy Godmother's protective spell has saved you from a fiery fate. 61 The dagger flies through the air and is lost in the cave's darkness. 62 With unerring aim, the dagger streaks through the air and pierces the soft, unprotected skin under the dragon's throat. The dragon convulses for a moment, and then crashes, lifeless, to the hard cavern floor. 63 Good shot! The water hits the dragon square in the face, dousing the dragon's fire. 64 Unable to defend itself with anything more than harmless clouds of steam, the dragon rolls aside the granite boulder and slinks off in shame, leaving the mirror behind. 65 Unable to defend itself with anything more than harmless clouds of steam, the dragon rolls aside the granite boulder and slinks off in shame. 66 You can't do that while you are invisible.

Text.052Edit

0 As your nose fills with the aroma of fresh well water, your lungs give out. Don't smell the water! 1 It's too late to dive. At this point, all you can do is drown. 2 You are already doing that! 3 You need to be swimming first. 4 Too late! You have already stopped swimming and started drowning. 5 There is no reason to stop swimming. You may drown. 6 You cannot stop something you haven't started. 7 You already are swimming. 8 Just walk over to the water. 9 You're already in the water. 10 You've swum too long already! Your endurance has run out. 11 You can't do that from under water! 12 There's no reason to climb anything here. 13 This isn't the chest you're looking for. 14 All you have to do is walk right into the water. 15 What would you like to get into? 16 You're too busy drowning at the moment. 17 You are not close enough to the water. 18 The bucket is already full of water. 19 With difficulty, you fill the bucket while swimming. 20 You do not have a bucket to put the water in. 21 You're too busy drowning right now. 22 You drink all the water in the bucket. You must have been thirsty! 23 You take a deep drink of the cold well water. 24 The hinges are rusted, but still very strong. 25 This dark pool of water leads to the bottom of the ancient well near King Edward's castle. 26 You are too far away to see clearly. 27 Too late! Your vision grows blurred as you go down for the third time. 28 You can see the surface of the water just above you. 29 You can just see the opening of the well far above you. 30 You see the low ceiling of the cave just above you. 31 You can see the bottom of the well below you. 32 You are at the bottom of the well. Through the plants you spy what seems to be a hole in the side of the well. 33 The cave is dark and very damp. 34 This looks like typical well water. 35 The chest is buried deep in the sand and is too heavy to carry. 36 The lid's hinges are rusted shut. 37 The half-buried chest looks as if it has been here for a very long time. 38 It looks like this chest has been buried here for a very long time. 39 As you get into the water, the magic ring slips from your finger and vanishes. 40 You kneel down and fill the bucket with the cool water. 41 This looks like a typical weed.

Text.053Edit

0 More curious still, the courtyard is deserted; this area is usually filled with the Ladies and Lords of the castle.
1 This is highly unusual. You begin to feel deeply disturbed, as if all is not right within the castle.
2 You can faintly hear a commotion in the King's Chamber to the west.
3 DOCTOR: "There's nothing to be done."
4 DOCTOR: "Our King's melancholy is too much for his heart to bear. Perhaps if Sir Graham had returned with the three lost treasures of Daventry ..."
5 SIR GRAHAM: "Your Highness, I am at your service."
6 KING: "Did ... did you succeed in your quest?"
7 SIR GRAHAM: "I did, Your Majesty."
8 SIR GRAHAM: "Here, as you commanded ..."
9 SIR GRAHAM: "...the magic mirror."
10 SIR GRAHAM: "...the magic shield."
11 SIR GRAHAM: "...and the magic chest."
12 KING: "I...I am afraid it is a little too late for me. But you have done superbly, my Knight. As I promised, the kingdom is yours."
13 KING: "I know you will serve her well."
14 DOCTOR: "The King is dead."
15 DOCTOR: "Long live the King!"
16 CROWD: "Long live the King!"
17 And thus ended Sir Graham's great quest for the lost treasures of Daventry. Despite the loss of their beloved King Edward, the people of Daventry grew happy and prosperous and flourished for years to come.
18 And whenever King Graham looked into his magic mirror, he saw visions of adventures yet to come...for him, for his children, and for Daventry, the land he loved so much.
19 The End.
20 "GASP!"
21 "It's Sir Graham!"
22 "He's returned!"
23 "Did he find

the treasures?"

24 "Shhhhhh!"
25 "Listen!"

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0 The giant is lying dead on the ground; beside him is a sturdy chest. 1 The giant is asleep, with a chest lying next to him. 2 The enormous giant has been carrying that heavy chest for longer than he can remember. 3 The giant is lying dead on the ground, slain by a pebble to the forehead. 4 The huge giant has fallen asleep and is now snoring loudly. 5 The giant is enormous! He does look rather stupid, though. 6 A dead giant does not have a lot to say. 7 It is not a good idea to wake a sleeping giant. 8 The giant is in no mood for talking. 9 No matter how much noise you make, you can't wake the dead! 10 This giant is already awake...and he's in a bad mood! 11 Tickling a dead giant? The thin air up here must be affecting your mind. 12 The giant isn't ticklish. And it's a good thing for you that he isn't! 13 Getting that close to the giant would be dangerous. Besides, you couldn't reach his weak spot. 14 You don't anything sharp enough to even try that. 15 You'll need something to help you kill the giant -- if that's how you want to defeat him! 16 You need some kind of small rock to use the sling. 17 With the giant going to sleep, it would be unnecessary and cruel to kill him. 18 You don't have a dagger. 19 With what? 20 If you're trying to knock out the giant, don't bother. He's already knocked out from chasing you. 21 Now that he's dead, the giant couldn't care less what you want to give him. 22 The giant does not need anything. All he wants from you is to grind your bones to dust. 23 The giant, with his chest, has all the treasure he needs; all he wants from you is to grind your bones to dust. 24 You have no reason to do that. 25 How? 26 You see nothing of interest on the ground. 27 There is a chest near the sleeping giant. 28 On the ground near the giant is a magic chest that appears to have been fashioned from ebony and rimmed on the edges with gold. 29 The giant is carrying a chest. 30 There is a chest near the deceased giant. 31 The magic chest appears to have been fashioned from a solid block of maple and burnished to a brilliant luster. The edges are rimmed with gold, as are the clasp and hinges. 32 The giant is protecting the magic chest. 33 The giant did a smashing job of defeating you. 34 Slowly, carefully, you take the chest without waking the giant. 35 It's easy to take a magic chest from a dead giant. 36 The giant squashed the life out of you. Next time, use your sling from a distance. 37 Uh-oh. You happen to be standing in the giant's favorite spot for a snooze. 38 The giant is getting tired of looking for you. Seems like he may be getting ready to take a nap. 39 Good job! The huge giant, tuckered out from stomping around, has fallen fast asleep. 40 The giant cannot see you since you are invisible. 41 Fortunately, you have the magic shield with you. It's preventing the giant from pulverizing you! 42 The fairy godmother's spell is protecting you. 43 Talk about overkill--he's dead already! 44 Not when you're invisible! 45 Now that he's asleep, he's completely harmless. There's no reason to hurt him. 46 Not now.

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0 You see the entrance to a cave within the mountaintop. 1 It sure is dark in there! 2 You should try getting closer. 3 From outside, you can see the entrance to a cave carved into the side of the mountain. 4 This is the craggy peak of Daventry's mountain. Amidst the rocks and boulders piled here, there's a dark opening leading into the mountain itself. 5 There are some truly stupendous trees up here! 6 You're on top of the clouds!

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0 There is a hole at the bottom of one of the trees. 1 You can't see inside the hole from here. 2 You see a slingshot in the hole. 3 The hole is empty. 4 What slingshot? 5 This slingshot is made of very stretchy leather. 6 You reach into the hole and pull out the leather slingshot.

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0 You can't climb down the tree when you're invisible. 1 You should be able to walk on the tree trunk from here, if you're very careful! 2 Far out on a huge branch, there is a nest. 3 Don't look down from here! You might get dizzy and loose your footing. 4 There is a perfect, shimmering golden egg lying in the nest. 5 You're too far away from the nest to see it clearly. 6 You're looking at an empty nest. 7 You're not close enough to the nest. 8 There's nothing at all in the nest. 9 Among the branches sits a small nest with a beautiful golden egg. 10 One of the birds may need it, but you won't. Leave it alone. 11 You've already taken the only egg in the nest. 12 You carefully lift the golden egg out of the nest. 13 As you fall, the magic ring slips from your finger.

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0 As soon as you entered the gingerbread house, the goat ran off. Something sure spooked him from this place! 1 Your ring mysteriously stops working in here. 2 Off in the distance you hear a high, squeaky voice say, "I can smell someone tasty in my house." 3 At the moment, it's important NOT to let the witch know you're here. 4 Though the outside of this house was tempting, there's nothing inside that seems remotely edible. 5 You've killed the witch! 6 There is no witch here... AT THE MOMENT!! 7 Too late...she sees you, and you're in trouble. 8 You can't kill the witch now. 9 There is nothing here that's worth putting in the bucket...certainly not that awful green goop. 10 You don't have the bucket. 11 In contrast to its delightful exterior, the inside of the gingerbread house looks dark and ominous. 12 It looks like an ordinary bedroom. 13 You can't see much from where you are. 14 All you see are a few gingerbread crumbs lying on the floor of the cage. You wonder about this. 15 Yech!!!! 16 The sickening stench from the pot is everywhere. 17 Since there's no door here, you don't have anything to open. 18 The bars are far too strong for you to bend. 19 It is already open. 20 It is already closed. 21 You've already accomplished that task. 22 There isn't any here. 23 The pot is hot enough to burn your hand. The fire must have been burning for a long time. 24 You briefly consider diving into the foul brew, but your desire to remain alive prevails over your rather strange inclination. 25 You wouldn't want to sleep on a witch's bed. 26 You may have seen a bed in the other room, but I am not sure. 27 The ring does not seem to work in the witch's house. 28 Now is not a good time to try and start a conversation! 29 The witch is in the other room. 30 This ugly old witch is one of the most hideous sights you have ever seen. Her eyes are dark and evil, and her crooked smile twitches hungrily. She's not to be trusted. 31 The fire is very, very hot. It's best to leave it alone. 32 As the green liquid is terribly goopy, the fire must have been burning underneath it for quite some time. 33 That smoke smells... and even LOOKS evil! 34 The cabinet on the wall is rather plain and simple. 35 There is nothing but a bare shelf here. 36 Sitting on the shelf is a delicious piece of Swiss cheese. 37 It's just a stool. 38 You don't see a note here. 39 Your eyes are not sharp enough to see it from here. 40 It is written in a familiar language. 41 You see a note on the table by the bed. 42 Be thankful that you are invisible or the witch may have stuck around to try and catch you! 43 Be thankful that you have a protective spell or the witch may have stuck around to try and catch you! 44 You take the cheese from the cabinet. 45 You grab the note from the table. 46 Rats! She has cast some spell to keep you from escaping! The witch remarks, "Oh, how nice of you to come for dinner (cackle, cackle)!" 47 She looks you over carefully, then states, "You're a little too scrawny for my appetite, but I think you're going to make a lovely dessert!" 48 You need to get closer. But be careful! 49 It would be easier if you were standing. 50 There has to be a better way to get rid of this evil old hag! 51 Perhaps you could shoot her if you had a gun and a silver bullet, but you'll find neither of those items in this game. Try to find another way. 52 The witch mutters, "I am going to get my cauldron ready to cook someone for dinner (yum)." 53 The witch mumbles, "After I get the cauldron nice and hot, I will be ready to have someone for dinner (giggle)." 54 The witch mutters, "The cauldron is heating up nicely. I wonder who will be my dinner guest!" 55 The witch says, "My cauldron is now the perfect temperature. It is time to invite someone for dinner (cackle, cackle)!" 56 The witch sees you! 57 D..d..did you see that? Nah! You're imagining things. 58 You can't do that while you're invisible. 59 You need to be a little closer for a good look. 60 That's in the other room. 61 With a mighty shove, you courageously push the wicked witch into the pot. Her wild screams are suddenly cut off as she melts away into the oily green slime in the pot. Congratulations! 62 The oily green slime spilled over when you pushed the witch into the pot. 63 The cage is made from strong, thick iron bars. They look a little rusty, but they're solid through and through. 64 The witch's bed looks hard and uncomfortable. 65 It is just a plain, wooden bedside table. 66 It looks like there is a note lying on top of it. 67 That is the table where the witch eats her food, whatever... or WHOever...that is! 68 There aren't any spider webs in here, as far as you can see. 69 There is a spider web above the door. 70 You can't open that.

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0 When the goat saw how dark it was in here, it decided not to stay around. 1 There is a large cave here. It continues deeper into the mountain. 2 You have come from deep inside the mountain. There is a door here. 3 You'd cut your hands to ribbons trying to climb these rocky walls. 4 This is a heavy oaken door set into the side of the cave. 5 Try moving closer to the door.

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0 The walkway is made from large wooden planks, attached firmly to the cave's walls and floor. 1 The suspended walkway seems to wind forever down into the very bowels of the mountain.

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0 The walkway is made from large wooden planks, attached firmly to the cave's walls and floor. 1 The suspended walkway seems to wind forever down into the very bowels of the mountain. 2 There is no dwarf here. 3 Suddenly, a small dwarf runs out of the shadows and approaches you. 4 It's a good thing you are protected by a spell. That little dwarf likes to steal treasures. 5 Being invisible has protected you, and your treasures, from the dwarf. 6 The sneaky little dwarf came by to see what you had...but nothing caught his fancy. 7 The sneaky little dwarf caught you by surprise. Did he steal anything from you?

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0 The walkway is made from large wooden planks, attached firmly to the cave's walls and floor, and suspended from the ceiling. 1 The suspended walkway seems to wind forever down into the very bowels of the mountain. 2 There is no dwarf here. 3 Suddenly, a small dwarf runs out of the shadows and approaches you. 4 It's a good thing you are protected by a spell. That little dwarf likes to steal treasures. 5 Being invisible has protected you, and your treasures, from the dwarf. 6 The sneaky little dwarf came by to see what you had...but nothing caught his fancy. 7 The sneaky little dwarf caught you by surprise. Did he steal anything from you? 8 As you fall, the magic ring slips from your finger.

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0 You see the goat below you, wandering off to explore Daventry on his own. 1 The view of Daventry from up here is stunning. There are gently rolling hills and valleys as far as the eye can see. Off in the distance, clouds float far above the land. 2 The goat wasn't about to risk his life climbing that huge beanstalk! You see him wandering away. 3 There is no goat anywhere in sight. 4 Nervously, you look down. You can see the beautiful Daventry countryside spread out beneath you. However, looking down makes you a little dizzy, so you turn your attention back to the task at hand.

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0 The beanstalk disappears up into the clouds. 1 You are too high to see anything below you in detail.

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0 It is a mighty beanstalk which descends to the ground far below. 1 You are much too high to see anything below you in any detail. 2 You can't do that when you are invisible! 3 You're too busy

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0 All you can hear is the quiet drip of water from the roof of the cave. 1 This cave smells musty and damp. 2 You catch a few falling drops of water in your hand, barely enough to moisten your lips. 3 You don't have that! But there is enough light in this cave for you to see clearly. 4 The walls of this cave are damp and moldy. 5 The walls of this shadowy cave are too damp and steep for you to climb. 6 Apparently you're getting a little lightheaded. 7 You're not that hungry. 8 You're not going to need that, Sir Graham. 9 When you look closely, you can see that the mold on the cave walls is glowing faintly. 10 These are of no use to you, Sir Graham. 11 These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years. 12 Brackish water drips slowly from the stalactites on the ceiling. 13 You can see the vague, shadowy outline of a tunnel leading to the south. 14 You can see the hole that you fell through in the roof of the cave, far above you. 15 The rocky floor of the cave is covered with rotting leaves and mold. 16 You are standing in a shadowy cavern. This cave is murky and damp, and smells of mold and rotted leaves.

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0 There is a single torch on the wall, illuminating this shadowy cave. 1 The farther you get from the light, the mustier it becomes. 2 Brackish water drips slowly from the stalactites on the ceiling. 3 The torch is too hot to touch. 4 These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years. 5 These are of no use to you, Sir Graham.

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0 The rat grins crookedly, his long, pointed fangs glistening in the torchlight. His sense of smell alerts him of your presence. 1 The rat grins crookedly, his long, pointed fangs glistening in the torchlight. 2 RAT: "That's right, mister, just walk a little closer...." 3 Whatever makes you think there's a rat in here? 4 What would you like to give the rat? 5 Mouse? 6 RAT: "Hey, pal, this is no mouse you're talking to here!" 7 You see a giant rat with matted fur and dripping teeth. 8 Unfortunately, his teeth are larger than yours. 9 RAT: "Hey, friend. You wanna go through this door, make me an offer, and I promise I'll letcha breeze right through." 10 RAT: "You're not fooling me with that ol' ring of invisibility trick! I've seen that one a million times...er, I mean, I HAVEN'T seen that one a million times! I can smell you there! 11 RAT: "Hello there, my friend. You looking for anything in particular?" 12 RAT: "You wanna pass through my little door here, right? Well, maybe we can work somethin' out. What's it worth to you?" 13 Keeping in mind the rat's remarkable agility and even more remarkable fangs, you decide not to risk an attack. 14 RAT: "I know you're gonna want what's behind this door. But what's in it for me?" 15 Since you and all you carry are invisible, the rat can't possibly see what you're trying to show him. 16 The giant rat's lips quiver in anticipation at the odor of the cheese. Watch it, though, you don't want to tease this rat. 17 The rat is a dangerous character, teasing him with that might get you into trouble. 18 You throw your last pebble at the rat, but in this dim light, you can't see well enough to hit your target. 19 You throw a pebble at the rat, but in this dim light, you can't see well enough to hit your target. 20 What's left to throw the pebble at? 21 You don't have anything like that in your inventory. 22 You don't have a bucket of water. 23 You aren't close enough yet. 24 The rat grins, showing long, pointed teeth. "That's right, mister, just walk a little closer...." 25 In the dim light, your aim would suffer. Better to find a less violent way to get past this dirty rat. 26 There's no reason to do that, Sir Graham. 27 RAT: "Come a little closer. I can't reach it!" 28 You have nothing the rat wants. 29 Whaddaya tryin' to do, cheat me with that measly offering? What an insult. 30 RAT: "Come a little closer. I can't reach it!" 31 I'm not sure who or what you want to bite. 32 Who do you want to talk to? 33 Who do you want to throw at? 34 Who? 35 When you attempt to count your fingers, you're horrified to see that your whole hand is missing! Then you sheepishly remember your invisibility. 36 Amazingly enough, you still have all your fingers! 37 You nervously count your fingers and find, to your relief, that your hand is unharmed. 38 All you can hear is the quiet drip of water from the roof of the cave. 39 All you can hear is the quiet drip of water from the roof of the cave and the giant rat slavering and licking his lips. 40 This cave smells of mold and giant rat. 41 Are you sure you want to do that right now? This water looks and smells awful! 42 You don't have that! But there is enough light in this cave for you to see clearly. 43 The walls of this cave are damp and moldy. 44 The walls of this shadowy cave are too steep for you to climb. 45 You're kidding, right? 46 Do you really think you're going to need that on your quest, Sir Graham? 47 When you look closely, you can see that the mold on the cave walls is glowing faintly. 48 These are of no use to you, Sir Graham. 49 The floor of this cave is damp with mold. 50 You are standing in a cavern, with a wooden door directly across from you. A giant mouse is standing in front of the door. 51 RAT: "Hey, I ain't no mouse, capishe?" 52 You are standing in a cavern, with a wooden door directly across from you. 53 These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years. 54 To whom do you wish to give it? 55 The torch is too hot to touch. 56 There is a single torch on the wall, illuminating this shadowy cave. 57 It looks like a sturdy old door. 58 Just walk over to it. 59 You'll need to be much closer to do that, Sir Graham. 60 This is a big, hungry-looking rat with slavering jaws and long, sharp claws. 61 The rat's gigantic fangs look incredibly sharp, as if they could rip through unprotected flesh like a hot knife through butter. His mouth waters and his lips quiver in anticipation of the meal he may make of you. 62 The rat's sharp, pointed claws look as deadly as his teeth! 63 The rat is now dripping wet. Although he doesn't seem to mind the dampness, you haven't gotten any closer to your goal. 64 RAT: "Cheese? Well, yeah, now that you mention it, I guess I am kinda hungry...." 65 RAT: "Some sort of treasure? Now you're talkin', mister. Lemme see some of that treasure." 66 Using his sense of smell as a guide, the rat quickly snatches it from your hand. You might want to count your fingers. 67 The rat uses his strong sense of smell as a guide and takes the treasure from your hand. 68 The rat drools at the sight of the cheese, and snatches it from your hand. You might want to count your fingers. 69 The rat takes the treasure from your hand. 70 Using his sense of smell to guide him, the rat attacks you. In the scuffle, your ring falls off, making you visible again.

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0 The leprechauns' magical powers detect your unseen presence. 1 This is one tight squeeze the mushroom will not get you out of. 2 There are no leprechauns here. 3 They are tiny people dressed all in green. 4 This door separates the rat's warren from the domain of the Leprechaun King. 5 You are in the antechamber of the Hall of the Leprechaun King. 6 There are leprechauns in the room with you. 7 Leave the door open. Perhaps a draft will clear out some of the musty old rat smell. 8 There is no one to talk to here. 9 Unfortunately, you don't speak the language of the little folk. 10 Don't even try it. They're more agile than you are, and they outnumber you. 11 These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years. 12 These are of no use to you, Sir Graham. 13 The Leprechaun King absolutely, positively forbids violence or weapons of any sort in his throne room. With thoughts of the sling in your mind, you seem unable to turn those thoughts into movement. 14 The Leprechaun King's magic does not permit you to use weapons in the Throne Room. Thus, while the sling is still in your pocket, you seem entirely unable to put it in your hand. 15 Oh, no! Now what are you going to do? 16 This looks like a bad situation. Perhaps you should do something! 17 With a genuine four-leaf clover in your possession, the leprechauns fear and respect you. Rather than risk offending you, they decide to leave you entirely alone. 18 The guards catch you. You spend the rest of your days peeling potatoes for the King of the Leprechauns. 19 You can't play the fiddle while you're invisible. 20 Wonderful job! Leprechauns find fiddle music irresistible. The moment they hear the music, they begin dancing a frenzied jig. 21 Finally, swept away by the snappy music, the Leprechaun guards poof right out of the room. 22 Carved into the top of this stone pillar is a huge four-leaf clover. Apparently the leprechauns who inhabit this underground sanctuary greatly fear and respect the power of the four-leaf clover!

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0 Please don't move the carpet. It hides the Dandelion Wine stains on the floor. 1 What!? And sit on the jewelled sceptre?!? 2 You don't have time for that, Sir Graham. 3 Eating the mushroom can get you out of a tight spot, but not at the moment. 4 This luxurious carpet is the product of the Leprechaun's magical weaving talents. 5 The King of the Leprechauns is sitting on his stone throne, sceptre in hand. 6 This is a rather simple stone throne, upon it sits the leprechaun kings jewelled sceptre. 7 This is a rather simple stone throne, compared to King Edward's. 8 There is no sceptre here. 9 The sceptre is fashioned from gold and silver, and accented with emeralds. 10 You can see a sceptre from where you are standing 11 The shield is made of titanium and is rimmed with jewels. 12 You can see a shield from where you are standing. 13 This is the throne room of the Leprechaun King. 14 The king has a sceptre. 15 The king has a sceptre and there is a shield near the throne. 16 There is a sceptre on the throne. 17 There is a sceptre and shield near the throne. 18 There is a shield near the throne. 19 There are no leprechauns here. 20 The leprechaun King is not here. 21 By playing your fiddle, the leprechaun King dances merrily away. 22 The King of the Leprechauns is sitting on his throne. 23 Unfortunately, you do not speak the language of the little folk. 24 There are no Leprechauns here to talk to. 25 The Leprechaun King is not here. 26 The Leprechaun King, not understanding your words, ignores you. 27 You've already accomplished that task. 28 You take the magic shield. Congratulations! 29 The Leprechaun King took his sceptre with him. 30 You take the Leprechaun King's jewelled sceptre. 31 The Leprechaun King is just too cute to hurt. 32 These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years. 33 These are of no use to you, Sir Graham. 34 Overhearing the fiddle music you played in the hallway, the Leprechauns have begun to dance! As they do, they pop away in a fit of merrymaking. 35 The Leprechauns, sensing the power of your four-leaf clover, begin to vanish. 36 The King of the Leprechauns is dancing away! Even the King enjoys a good party.

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0 The small hole leads to the outside world. 1 This is a small cave with a path on one side and a very small hole on the other side. 2 The path is very steep and narrow. 3 Go ahead. Walk right in. 4 You are much too big to fit through that small hole. 5 These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years. 6 These are of no use to you, Sir Graham.

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0 If there was something of value in there, the woodcutter and his wife would not be starving to death. 1 The woodcutter is mildly impressed with your appearance, but he is too concerned with the plight of his poor wife to make idle chatter. 2 The woodcutter is surprised by your sudden appearance, but quickly he recognizes you. 3 You have already helped the woodcutter and his wife as much as you are able. 4 That would be a very nice gesture. But how do you intend to do that? 5 The woodcutter is feeding his wife the hearty stew. Thanks to your generosity, the woodcutter's wife will make a full recovery. They are both very happy...and very grateful to you. 6 The woodcutter has fed his wife the hearty stew. Thanks to your generosity, the woodcutter's wife will make a full recovery. They are both very happy...and very grateful to you. 7 A woman is laying in bed, pale and still. Her husband is seated on the bed, holding her hand. 8 This house looks as shabby and tumbledown inside as it does outside, but it's surprisingly neat and tidy. The sagging bed fills most of the room, and a fire burns cheerfully in the old stone fireplace. A large wooden table and a smaller nightstand are nearby; above the nightstand is a small cabinet. 9 An earthenware pitcher sits on the nightstand. 10 The old nightstand is nothing more than a small table at the foot of the bed. 11 There are no drawers in this nightstand. 12 The nightstand won't be of any help to you on your quest. 13 The woodcutter and his wife have gone to great pains to make their shabby home as neat and clean as possible. 14 What are you going to do, dive onto the bed? Not with the woodcutter's wife in bed, you're not! 15 The bed is already occupied. Neither the woodcutter nor his wife would look kindly upon your intrusion on their personal space. 16 You've already accomplished that task. 17 You should not steal from these poor people, Sir Graham! 18 The woodcutter offered you his fiddle, which is all he can spare. It would be unknightly to take anything else from these poor people. 19 The woodcutter's wife is too polite to speak with her mouth full! 20 The woodcutter's wife is too fatigued to speak, but you can see in her eyes that she's very grateful...and happier than she's been in a long time. 21 The woodcutter's poor wife appears to be near death. 22 The woodcutter is startled by the voice that appears to come from nowhere, but quickly returns to tending his wife. 23 WOODCUTTER: "Please, Sir Knight, take my fiddle as a small token of thanks." 24 WOODCUTTER: "Thank you, Sir Knight!" 25 The woodcutter, still holding his wife's hand and gazing at her pale face, does not seem to hear you. 26 It doesn't respond, but that shouldn't be surprising. 27 with whom do you wish to talk, Sir Graham? 28 The poor woman is too weak to even notice. 29 What stew? There is no stew in your bowl. 30 Move a little closer, Sir Graham. 31 You don't have the stew. You were kind enough to give it away for the woodcutter wife's speedy recover. 32 It would be terribly cruel to eat in front of these poor, starving people. Your conscience prevents you from being so inconsiderate. 33 You don't have one of those to give. 34 You have already given the woodcutter a bowl filled with stew. To help him now, you must hurry and complete your mission. 35 The woodcutter has already given the fiddle to you. It would be rude to return it. 36 The woodcutter gratefully accepts the walnut, but is too weak to open it. 37 The woodcutter has little use for that. 38 You wouldn't want to hurt them. 39 The woodcutter's wife is in the bed, sitting up and and eating hearty stew by the spoonful. 40 The woodcutter's wife is getting a bit of color back in her cheeks. With your help, she'll be making a full recovery. 41 The woodcutter's wife lies in bed. Years of struggle and poverty have taken their toll on her; she looks much older than she really is. 42 The woodcutter sits on the edge of the bed, next to his wife. Ever since the woods became too dangerous to venture into, he has not been able to earn a decent living. 43 The woodcutter has the magic bowl you've given him; at the moment, it's filled with hot, savory stew. 44 The woodcutter's most treasured possession, a fine old fiddle, lies on the table. 45 A large fire burns merrily in the fireplace, providing some warmth in the drafty old cottage. 46 An old earthenware pitcher sits on the table. 47 It's empty. 48 A cracked old bowl sits beside the pitcher on the table. 49 The woodcutter speaks with joy in his voice. 50 WOODCUTTER: "Sir Knight, bless you! Even now, my wife is recovering due to your kindness." 51 The woodcutter speaks, his voice broken with sorrow. 52 WOODCUTTER: "Oh, Sir Knight, you have returned. But I fear that my wife grows weaker still for lack of food. 53 The woodcutter speaks to you, his voice broken with sorrow. 54 WOODCUTTER: "We would welcome you to our home, Sir Knight, but we have had no food for so long, my beautiful wife cannot even rise from her bed. I fear she may die soon." 55 WOODCUTTER: "Sir Knight, an empty bowl will not help us now." 56 The woodcutter is overwhelmed with joy. 57 WOODCUTTER: "Thank you, thank you, Sir Knight! We shall never forget your kindness and generosity." 58 WOODCUTTER: "Please, take my fiddle as a small token of our thanks." 59 The woodcutter gratefully accepts the treasure. 60 The woodcutter accepts your meager gift of food. 61 WOODCUTTER: "Thank you, Sir Knight, but I fear that only a gift of food will save my poor wife from starvation." 62 WOODCUTTER: "Thank you, Sir Knight. This will help... for a while." 63 There is a sturdy old plank table here. The food it once held is long gone, but there appears to be a fiddle on the table. 64 There is a sturdy old plank table here. The food it once held is long gone. 65 The woodcutter and his wife are on the bed. 66 You can't do that while you're invisible, Sir Graham.

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0 You can't see any flowers from where you stand. 1 There are small flowers growing along the moat. 2 If you inherit the throne, you may do whatever you please with the urns. Until then, leave them alone. 3 The pots are full of dirt and roots. There's nothing remotely helpful in or around the urns. 4 These beautiful urns adorn the front of the castle. 5 You never know what sort of fierce creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat.

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0 Shall we really begin the adventure from the very beginning? 1 Dost thou truly wish to cease our adventuring?

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0 Use the arrow keys then enter or mouse to select option. 1 Introduction 2 Begin Game 3 Credits 4 Continue Game

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0 OUCH! 1 As the wicked witch flew over her cottage, she dropped you straight through the roof and into her cage. Who knows what sinister plans she has in store for you?

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0 You are Sir Graham, the bravest and most honorable knight in the troubled realm of Daventry. 1 King Edward the Benevolent, aged ruler of Daventry, has summoned you to the castle for reasons unknown. 2 CASTLE GUARD: "Greetings, Sir Graham. The King is expecting you. Allow me to escort you to His Majesty's throne room." 3 SIR GRAHAM: "Thank you, Sir Knight." 4 CASTLE GUARD: "Raise the portcullis!" 5 SIR GRAHAM: "I am at your service, my King." 6 KING EDWARD: "I am an old man, Sir Graham. Perhaps too old to carry the weight of this crown." 7 KING EDWARD: "My bones ache, my hands tremble. I'm afraid my time on Earth grows short." 8 KING EDWARD: "But enough about me." 9 KING EDWARD: "Great misfortunes have befallen Daventry since the loss, years ago, of three magical treasures." 10 KING EDWARD: "I have chosen you, the finest knight in all of Daventry, to search for these lost treasures." 11 KING EDWARD: "Only then can this kingdom be restored to its former glory." 12 KING EDWARD: "And only then may I rest with the knowledge that my people are safe." 13 KING EDWARD: "The first treasure is a magic mirror that foretells the future." 14 KING EDWARD: "The second is a magical shield that protects the bearer from all mortal harm." 15 KING EDWARD: "The third and last is an enchanted chest that is forever filled with gold." 16 KING EDWARD: "I know that what I ask is difficult ...nay, perhaps impossible. The dangers are many." 17 KING EDWARD: "But you are brave and pure of heart. That is why I chose you to volunteer." 18 KING EDWARD: "If you succeed, you will inherit my crown, and will rule the Realm of Daventry as her rightful King." 19 KING EDWARD: "Go, Sir Graham, and know that the fate of Daventry lies in your hands." 20 SIR GRAHAM: "Take heart, my King. I shall not fail you."

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0 As you move further away from the goat, he forgets about your carrot and begins to wander off on his own. 1 The goat decides it would be easier to stop following you than to get his fur wet. 2 The goat does not mind getting its feet wet, but will not swim in the water. You should go back and lead the goat around the water. 3 Seeing you swim away, the goat decides you've abandoned him and wanders off on his own. 4 That would be very much like beating a dead horse, wouldn't it? 5 A gallant knight such as yourself would never attack an innocent goat. 6 The old goat, trotting briskly, seems happy to be with you. 7 The goat is wandering nearby. 8 Pelting the goat with pebbles would be a slow and painful way to kill him. If you feel you absolutely must do away with him, use a quicker method. 9 You don't have all you need in order to try something like that. 10 Why? The goat seems to be following you quite nicely. 11 You blew your chance with the goat. 12 He's already dead, it just wouldn't be the same. 13 You should get closer to the goat first. 14 You don't have anything suitable for bringing a quick end to the goat. 15 Since you've killed him, the goat just doesn't seem to display the same interest in the carrot. 16 The goat is content to graze for now. 17 The goat cannot see you or the carrot. 18 The goat seems to be looking for his own food right now. 19 You don't have a carrot. 20 Goats love carrots! The goat quickly devours yours and stops following you. 21 The goat is already following you! There's no reason to tease him mercilessly. 22 The goat isn't interested in you anymore. 23 You viciously plunge the dagger deep into the poor goat's back. He struggles in pain, bleating frantically, and finally slumps to the ground. 24 The goat doesn't seem to see you anymore. 25 Goats love carrots! The goat quickly devours yours and wanders away.

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0 Unfortunately, drowning in the river is taking up all of your attention. 1 There is a green meadow on the other side of the river. 2 The stream appears placid enough, but appearances can be deceiving. 3 You glance under the old bridge, but see nothing unusual. 4 This natural rock bridge connects the Daventry mainland to a small island. 5 This is an old, rickety bridge which seems to be one of the only ways cross the river. 6 How do you use the dagger? 7 You don't have the dagger. 8 The troll is bigger than you, stronger than you, and much, MUCH meaner than you. Better not even try it. 9 There is no goat here. 10 You throw the dagger and it lands in the river, lost for all time. 11 There is no need for that now. 12 diamond pouch 13 gold egg 14 sceptre 15 treasure chest 16 gold walnut 17 Gold Walnut 18 The troll isn't interested in a plain walnut. 19 Walnut 20 Why? To what? 21 Your skimpy offering doesn't impress the troll. 22 You push the troll as hard as you can. Unfortunately, the troll doesn't budge an inch. 23 You certainly cannot do that from here. 24 The troll turns a very large and pointy deaf ear on your pleas. 25 The troll cannot hear you from there. 26 TROLL: "Dat's right. Gimme somethin' valuable and maybe, JUST maybe, I'll letcha cross dis bridge. If I feel like it. Which I ain't sure I do." 27 You should save your pebbles. You may need them later. 28 You throw a pebble at the troll, but it merely bounces off his thick hide. He barely notices it. 29 You don't have any pebbles to throw. 30 You throw the dagger and the troll deftly snatches it out of the air. What are you going to do now? 31 You throw the dagger wildly and it sails away, never to be found. 32 dagger 33 There is no one here to throw the dagger at. 34 There is no troll here. 35 You do not have the %s. 36 You give the %s to the troll, and it appears to satisfy him. He tromps off leaving the bridge clear for you to cross. 37 If you want to try that, you should get a little closer.

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0 There is no reason to stop swimming. You may drown. 1 You cannot stop something you haven't started. 2 It's too late now! 3 You already are swimming. 4 It's too shallow here. 5 You need to be in the water to swim. 6 You need to be in the water to try that. 7 The water is not deep enough here for you to dive. 8 The water isn't very deep here. Diving wouldn't be recommended. 9 The water is very deep here. Without aid, it is impossible to swim under the water for any length of time. 10 You are not close enough to the water. 11 The bucket is already full of water. 12 With difficulty, you fill the bucket while swimming. 13 You kneel down and fill the bucket with the cool water. 14 You have nothing to carry the water in. 15 Walking in the water seems to have made you visible once again.

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0 This is a well-tended carrot patch. The carrots look tempting to a hungry traveler. 1 A brick border surrounds a well-kept garden. 2 You see a brick border surrounding a well-kept garden. 3 There are many large, plump carrots in the garden. 4 The carrots are buried in the ground. You must get closer to see them. 5 You already have a carrot. 6 You're too busy to pick a carrot. 7 You can't pick a carrot while you're invisible. 8 You must be in the carrot patch to pick a carrot. 9 You pluck a plump, orange carrot from the ground.

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0 You are standing outside King Edward's castle, which is surrounded by a serpent-filled moat. 1 King Edward the Benevolent, the mighty ruler of Daventry, lives in this castle. 2 You never know what sort of fierce sea creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat. 3 It's your typical moat water: murky and smelly. 4 Tendrils of ivy cling to the massive walls of the castle. 5 It's the king's ivy. Leave it alone. 6 What! Are you crazy? 7 But they help to guard the castle! You should let these creatures do their job in peace. 8 You'd end up inside the serpent. And what would happen to Daventry then? 9 Who knows what danger lurks beneath the surface of the murky water. 10 The odor of the murky water is almost unbearable. 11 You wouldn't want to dive in the serpent-filled moat. 12 The guards do not appreciate people climbing their castle. 13 Go ahead. But it's not recommended. 14 You'll want to leave those horrible creatures alone. 15 These serpents would rather eat you than to talk to you. 16 You already have water. 17 You don't have a bucket. 18 You fill the bucket with the murky water from the moat. 19 You need to get closer to the water. 20 As you fall, the magic ring slips from your finger. 21 These scaly, slimy serpents cruise the moat searching for unwary trespassers. 22 You can see the goat's reflection on the dirty moat water. 23 You can see your reflection on the dirty moat water.

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0 You've already planted them. 1 You ate the beans. 2 That is not a bad idea, but this is not a very suitable place to plant these beans. Why don't you try it elsewhere? 3 You can't plant the beans while you're invisible. 4 You plant the magical beans in the fertile soil. Suddenly, something incredible begins to happen!

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0 You're not in a good place to climb the beanstalk. 1 You can't do that when you are invisible! 2 You are already climbing the beanstalk. 3 You're too busy

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0 It's too late now! 1 You must be swimming in order to dive. 2 The current is too strong for diving. 3 You must be in the water in order to swim. 4 Although you try to swim, the current is too strong. 5 The steep embankment prevents you from getting a drink. 6 You're too busy drowning! 7 The steep embankment prevents you from doing that. 8 You have nothing to carry the water in. 9 As you fall, the magic ring slips from your finger.

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0 The beanstalk's leaves are bigger than you are! 1 Go ahead and climb. 2 You are already climbing the beanstalk. Be careful! 3 They are much too large to carry around.

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0 Up here in the clouds, the selection of stones is very poor. 1 You are in the Land of the Clouds. There is a giant here. 2 You are in the Land of the Clouds. It is rumored that a giant lives up here. 3 These gigantic, oddly-shaped trees loom far overhead. 4 As you drop through the clouds, your magic ring slips from your finger. 5 Next time, keep your feet on the ground and your head out of the clouds!

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0 You can hear the chirping of many birds hidden in the trees. 1 Sir Graham! Your conduct is unbecoming of a knight. Fortunately, the birds are flying too fast for you to hit. 2 They're not here right now...but the birds are coming. 3 The birds of Daventry are beautiful, are they not? 4 You are neither tall enough nor fast enough to do that. 5 There's no reason to kill the birds in Daventry. They would never harm you! 6 The birds of Daventry get up early and catch all the worms they need. 7 Please try something else, Sir Graham.

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0 There is no reason to stop swimming. You may drown. 1 You cannot stop something you haven't started. 2 It's too late now! 3 You already are swimming. 4 It's too shallow here. 5 You need to be in the water to swim. 6 You need to be in the water to try that. 7 The water is not deep enough here for you to dive. 8 The water isn't very deep here. Diving wouldn't be recommended. 9 The water is very deep here. Without aid, it is impossible to swim under the water for any length of time. 10 You are not close enough to the water. 11 The bucket is already full of water. 12 With difficulty, you fill the bucket while swimming. 13 You kneel down and fill the bucket with the cool water. 14 You have nothing to carry the water in. 15 Walking in the water seems to have made you visible once again.

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0 As you fall, the magic ring slips from your finger.

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0 The fairy godmother's spell is protecting you.

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0 Your aim could use some improvement. The dagger flies through the air, and where it lands, you know not where.

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0 You play a lively, toe-tapping tune on the fiddle. 1 The woodcutter and his wife ignore your fiddling. Perhaps they preferred their own music? 2 Though your fiddle-playing is loud and boisterous, the giant can't hear you above his own snoring. Good thing, too! 3 Obviously, there are no music lovers here. You put the fiddle away.

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0 You had better practice. Your aim with the slingshot is poor. 1 You missed. Then again, you weren't aiming at anything worthwhile.

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0 Be careful! There's a sorcerer lurking nearby, just waiting to try out his newest incantation. 1 The sorcerer wants to cast his brand-new Paralysis Spell on you. 2 This sorcerer is a man of few words and many dangerous spells. 3 Unfortunately, there's nothing in Daventry more dangerous than an angry Sorcerer. Best to avoid this evil magician than do anything that could cause him to retaliate! 4 Unfortunately, the sorcerer is immune to the magic ring's invisibility spell. 5 The sorcerer casts his Paralysis Spell, freezing you to the spot. Satisfied with his deviltry, he departs, leaving you at the mercy of the forest creatures. Let's hope there are no dangerous creatures skulking about until the spell wears off. 6 The powerful spell has counteracted your own magic and removed your invisibility. 7 The Paralysis Spell has worn off. You're free to move about again, but beware of the Sorcerer's return.

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0 Suddenly you hear the heavy footfalls of an Ogre! He stomps into the clearing, spots you, and decides to crush the life out of you. 1 The ogre is itching to take you in his powerful arms and crush your bones! 2 Talking to this ogre is like talking to a brick wall. An ANGRY brick wall. 3 This Ogre is one tough character. Trying to bring harm to him would be a very bad mistake. He's got a very thick skin, and a very short temper. 4 You don't have anything to try that with. 5 Attempting to bring harm to the ogre will do no good. He has a very thick skin, and a very short temper. 6 The ogre is confused by your sudden disappearance. Sneak away now, while you've got the chance! 7 Unfortunately, you were too close to the ogre. He could sense you nearby, despite your invisibility! 8 The ogre sees you again!

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0 There is a small dwarf right nearby. Be careful; this sly little chap is trouble. 1 This tricky little dwarf is quite interested in you! To be exact, he would like to see what items of value you may be carrying. 2 Looks like the dwarf is running off. Did he take anything? 3 Talking to this dwarf is a waste of breath. He's only interested in what you've got in your pockets. 4 The dwarf is too fast for you to catch. 5 The dwarf, startled by your sudden disappearance, runs away. 6 The sneaky little dwarf caught you by surprise. Did he steal anything from you?

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0 You don't see the %s 1 You're not close enough. 2 The %s looks like any other %s. 3 The %s will not move. 4 You cannot get the %s.

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0 The %s looks like any other %s. 1 You cannot open the %s. 2 You cannot close the %s. 3 The %s has no smell. 4 You cannot move the %s. 5 You wouldn't want to eat the %s. 6 You cannot get the %s. 7 You can't climb the %s. 8 The %s has nothing to say. 9 You don't see the %s 10 You're not close enough. 11 You're not facing the %s.

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0 King's Quest I SCI Designed by: Roberta Williams Version %s Copyright 1990 Sierra On-Line, Inc. 1 King's Quest I SCI Illustrated by: JEFF CROWE, CINDY WALKER and JENNIFER SHONTZ Programmed by: JERRY SHAW, GARY KAMIGAWACHI RANDY MACNEILL, RAOUL SAID, CHAD BYE, OLIVER BRELSFORD and MARK WILDEN Original Music by: KEN ALLEN 2 King's Quest I SCI Development System by: JEFF STEPHENSON, ROBERT E. HEITMAN, PABLO GHENIS, JOHN HARTIN, DAN FOY, LARRY SCOTT, JOHN RETTIG, CORINNA ABDUL, COREY COLE, MARK HOOD and ERIC HART Quality Assurance by: CHRIS CARR and the rest of the gang. 3 DURING THE GAME: ESC opens and closes the menus, which show additional shortcuts. IN DIALOG WINDOWS: Your current choice is outlined. Tab and Shift-Tab move between choices. ESC always cancels. IN TYPING WINDOWS: Arrows, Home, and End move the cursor. Ctrl-C clears the line. 4 Shall we really begin the adventure from the very beginning? 5 Dost thou truly wish to cease our adventuring? 6 You are unable to duck here. 7 You have no reason to duck - nobody can see you while you're invisible. 8 You can't jump here. 9 Very well, I shall wait until you are ready to resume our adventure again. 10 This is not a good time to rummage through your belongings. Try again a little later. 11 You are ducking. 12 You'll have to try that when you're on your feet. 13 As you jump, the ring slips off your finger, and you are visible again. 14 As you jump, the ring slips off your finger.

Script.000Edit

string_2afc = "gameSound" string_2b06 = "backSound" string_2b10 = "version" string_2b18 = "0.000.001" string_2b22 = "Turn Off" string_2b2b = "Turn On" string_2b33 = "Debug" string_2b39 = " Gold Walnut " string_2b47 = "When you open the walnut, you discover the nut inside is pure gold!" string_2b8b = "This large ceramic bowl is now empty." string_2bb1 = "This large ceramic bowl is now filled with a savory beef stew." string_2bf0 = "Unknown word" string_2bfd = "Couldn't parse" string_2c0c = "No response" string_2c18 = "kq1" string_2c1c = "King's Quest I" string_2c2b = "statusCode" string_2c36 = "ego" string_2c3a = "goat" string_2c3f = "menace" string_2c46 = "ogre" string_2c4b = "wolf" string_2c50 = "troll" string_2c56 = "witch" string_2c5c = "dwarf" string_2c62 = " Dagger " string_2c6b = "This is a fine silver dagger, with a very sharp edge!" string_2ca1 = " Chest " string_2ca9 = "This Magic chest, one of the three lost treasures of Daventry, is always filled with gold coins." string_2d0a = " Carrot " string_2d13 = "This looks like an ordinary carrot." string_2d37 = " Key " string_2d3d = "This is a simple gold key." string_2d58 = " Note " string_2d5f = "There is a message written on the note: \"Sometimes it is wise to think backwards.\"" string_2db2 = " Magic Ring " string_2dbf = "Your hand tingles slightly as you look at this jewelled ring." string_2dfd = " Four-leaf Clover " string_2e10 = "You are holding a large four-leaf clover." string_2e3a = " Ceramic Bowl " string_2e49 = "Inscribed on the inside of this empty ceramic bowl is the word \"Fill.\"" string_2e90 = " Empty Water Bucket " string_2ea5 = "You are holding an empty wooden bucket." string_2ecd = " Pebbles " string_2ed7 = "You have a pocketful of smooth, rounded pebbles." string_2f08 = " Leather Slingshot " string_2f1c = "This is a small but sturdy slingshot." string_2f42 = " Pouch " string_2f4a = "You are holding a plain leather pouch." string_2f71 = " Sceptre " string_2f7b = "This jewelled sceptre belongs to the King of the Leprechauns." string_2fb9 = " Cheese " string_2fc2 = "This is an extremely fragrant piece of Swiss cheese." string_2ff7 = " Magic Mirror " string_3006 = "This is the magic mirror, one of the three treasures of Daventry." string_3048 = " Gold Egg " string_3053 = "You are holding a lovely golden egg." string_3078 = " Magic Shield " string_3087 = "This is the magic shield, one of the three treasures of Daventry." string_30c9 = " Fiddle " string_30d2 = "This is the woodcutter's old fiddle." string_30f7 = " Walnut " string_3100 = "You are holding an ordinary walnut." string_3124 = " Mushroom " string_312f = "This is a small, unusual-looking mushroom." string_315a = " Beans " string_3162 = "You are holding a handful of small beans." string_318c = "logFile" string_3194 = "kqWindow" string_319d = " Full Water Bucket " string_31b1 = "This old wooden bucket is now filled with clear water." string_31e8 = "Restore" string_31f0 = " Restart " string_31fa = " Quit " string_3201 = " Pebble "

Script.001Edit

"The castle walls are carpeted with a thick tangle of vines."

Script.002Edit

string_069f = "The castle walls are carpeted with a thick tangle of vines." string_06db = "vine1" string_06e1 = "vine2" string_06e7 = "turret" string_06ee = "Massive turrets, from which the guards can defend the castle, stretch to the sky above." string_0746 = "moat" string_074b = "You never know what sort of fierce creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat." string_07a2 = "moat1" string_07a8 = "moat2" string_07ae = "moat3" string_07b4 = "tree" string_07b9 = "The trees around the castle are tall and old; they were just as tall back when King Edward was just a young prince!"

Script.003Edit

string_0e42 = "The moving rock rolls downhill...and right into you. A crushing defeat." string_0e8c = "crushedByRock" string_0e9a = "getDagger" string_0ea4 = "This rock is less distinctive than the one next to it." string_0edb = "rock1" string_0ee1 = "tree" string_0ee6 = "There is a dense grove of trees here."

Script.004Edit

string_0ee8 = "This is a serene mountain lake with a small beach of pebbles on its edge." string_0f49 = "On the beach are some smooth pebbles." string_0f8c = "There are many lush trees surrounding the lake."

Script.005Edit

string_0c90 = "This is a serene mountain lake." string_0cb0 = "lake1" string_0cb6 = "lake2" string_0cbc = "tree" string_0cc1 = "An old, dignified oak tree rests near the shore of the lake." string_0cfe = "tree1" string_0d04 = "tree2" string_0d0a = "tree3" string_0d10 = "tree4" string_0d16 = "tree5" string_0d1c = "big rock" string_0d25 = "The roots of the oak are entwined around this craggy cluster of rocks." string_0d6c = "bigrock1" string_0d75 = "bigrock2" string_0d7e = "bigrock3" string_0d87 = "bigrock4" string_0d90 = "small rock" string_0d9b = "A boulder sits at the side of lake, the water lapping gently against its sides." string_0deb = "smallrock1" string_0df6 = "lake3" string_0dfc = "lake4" string_0e02 = "root" string_0e07 = "The roots of the oak spread out here to soak up water from the moist earth."

Script.006Edit

string_0967 = "A totally typical example of the trees in this forest." string_099e = "tree1" string_09a4 = "tree2" string_09aa = "bush" string_09af = "You've found a bush, but there isn't a quail in the game." string_09e9 = "farBush" string_09f1 = "farBush1" string_09fa = "A distinctively common tree sits near the shore of the lake." string_0a37 = "large_tree" string_0a42 = "large_tree1" string_0a4e = "large_tree2" string_0a5a = "large_tree3" string_0a66 = "large_tree4" string_0a72 = "large_tree5" string_0a7e = "lake" string_0a83 = "You can just see the northern edge of a nearby lake." string_0ab8 = "rock" string_0abd = "There's a single large rock sitting off to the side."

Script.007Edit

string_07ad = "A majestic old tree stands nearby." string_07d0 = "tree1" string_07d6 = "tree2" string_07dc = "tree3" string_07e2 = "A small spring bubbles up from the rocks here and splashes into the lake." string_082c = "waterfall1" string_0837 = "lake" string_083c = "This is a beautiful little lake." string_085d = "lake1" string_0863 = "lake2" string_0869 = "small tree" string_0874 = "This is just one of the many small trees adorning Daventry's countryside." string_08be = "smalltree1" string_08c9 = "smalltree2" string_08d4 = "Ripple" string_08db = "bush" string_08e0 = "Pleasant little bushes grow around the spring-fed lake." string_0918 = "rock" string_091d = "These rocks must lead to some sort of underground spring. You remind yourself to explore their nooks and crannies sometime...when you don't have so much work to do!"

Script.008Edit

string_0927 = "A small, ordinary tree juts up from between the rocks." string_095e = "smalltree1" string_0969 = "lake" string_096e = "This is a beautiful little lake." string_098f = "lake1" string_0995 = "lake2" string_099b = "lake3" string_09a1 = "underbrush" string_09ac = "The underbrush around the trees is home to many small furry creatures, none of which concern you at the moment." string_0a1c = "bush" string_0a21 = "Small bushes thrive by the clear little lake." string_0a4f = "rock" string_0a54 = "These rocks must lead to some sort of underground spring. You remind yourself to explore their nooks and crannies sometime...when you don't have so much work to do!"

Script.009Edit

tring_0b75 = "You see lush plants and bushes throughout the Kingdom of Daventry." string_0bb8 = "bush1" string_0bbe = "bush2" string_0bc4 = "bush3" string_0bca = "smalltree1" string_0bd5 = "Many beautiful trees adorn the green countryside."

Script.010Edit

string_1368 = "This is the goat's trough, currently empty. Goats are always hungry!" string_13ae = "tree" string_13b3 = "There are numerous beautiful trees ringing the goat pen." string_13ec = "tree8" string_13f2 = "tree7" string_13f8 = "tree6" string_13fe = "tree5" string_1404 = "tree4" string_140a = "tree3" string_1410 = "tree2" string_1416 = "tree1" string_141c = "bush" string_1421 = "There are many small decorative bushes scattered around Daventry."

Script.012Edit

string_1f02 = "Beautiful shade trees abound in this part of Daventry." \ string_1f5c = "This is typical of the large, leafy vegetation found all throughout Daventry." string_1fbd = "Several unremarkable plants have rooted themselves at the base of the old stone well."

Script.013Edit

string_0b3a = "This is one of the countless rocks and boulders that dot the countryside." string_0bad = "You see lush plants and bushes throughout the Kingdom of Daventry." string_0bf0 = "bush1" string_0bf6 = "rock7" string_0bfc = "How many times have you been told not to wolf down your food?" string_0c3a = "wolfStuff" string_0c44 = "waitOne" string_0c4c = "tree" string_0c51 = "All sorts of gorgeous trees dot the Daventry countryside."

Script.014Edit

string_0a0a = "This is the largest oak tree you've ever seen. Its trunk seems to be about ten feet around, and the thick, sturdy branches look like they could hold many times your weight." string_0adb = "The roots of the colossal oak tree are entwined among the rocks." string_0b22 = "A small thicket of unimpressive white birch trees grows here." string_0b83 = "There are plenty of rocks around the base of the enormous tree."

Script.015Edit

string_04de = "Lovely trees grow near the carrot patch." string_051e = "A copse of low bushes grows beneath the shade trees." string_0553 = "flower" string_055a = "A patch of pretty flowers has been planted near the garden, just for string_05b3 = "Some low, lush green bushes are growing at the base of the trees."

Script.016Edit

string_045c = "Lovely trees grow near the carrot patch." string_049e = "A patch of pretty flowers has been planted near the garden, just for string_04fc = "A copse of low bushes grows beneath the shade trees."

Script.017Edit

string_09f9 = "Your attempt at cliffdiving was a smashing failure." string_0a3c = "Treacherous cliffs surround a picturesque mountain lake." string_0a96 = "The clear mountain lake is surrounded by steep cliffs." string_0af0 = "A large, jagged boulder sits at the top of the cliff." string_0b2c = "After swimming for a long time, your strength ebbs and your arms and legs grow weary. As your life swims before your eyes, you decide to..." string_0bb9 = "You splash around for awhile, but unfortunately that won't keep your head above water. As you go down for the third time, a sense of peace washes over you..." string_0c66 = "A spreading tree is silhouetted against the sun."

Script.018Edit

string_0957 = "These are the foothills of a large mountain that towers above Daventry." string_09b0 = "Small bushes like this one thrive near the fresh lake water."

Script.019Edit

string_107f = "This is a miniature shade tree, which gives shade to the squirrels and other woodland creatures." string_10ef = "Long, low bushes grow unbounded throughout Daventry." string_1135 = "These are the foothills of a large mountain which overlooks the Daventry countryside." string_11ae = "Over the years, many ordinary rocks like this one have tumbled down from the heights of Daventry's mountain."

Script.020Edit

string_0983 = "Many evergreens surround this pretty lake." string_09dd = "The water of this crystal clear lake is especially cold and crisp. The Leprechauns use it to brew their dandelion wine." string_0a72 = "Large, lush, colorful bushes grow all about this little lake."

Script.021Edit

string_0e57 = "This is one of many uninteresting rocks that pepper the forest floor." string_0eae = "These trees are grotesquely bent and twisted, and the branches seem like they're reaching out to grab you." string_0f62 = "Bushes and vines grow in a jumble throughout this part of the forest."

Script.022Edit

string_1190 = "This is one of the many small trees scattered around the lovely Daventry countryside." string_11f2 = "The trees are somewhat sparse here at the foot of the rocky mountain." string_1261 = "This jagged rocky hill reveals the entrance to a cave." string_12cd = "Many large rocks and boulders are strewn about the area."

Script.023Edit

string_08e7 = "The surrounding boulders and trees are reflected on the small, mirror-like lake." string_0959 = "Two large boulders protect the delicate flowers by the lake." string_09ad = "This peaceful little lake is ringed with lovely trees."

string_0a01 = "This is another unremarkable specimen of the hundreds of bushes in Daventry's forests." string_0a58 = "Small plants and bushes grow in the cracks and crevices of this boulder." string_0aae = "There are some beautiful, fragile little flowers here by the rocks."

Script.024Edit

string_0e1a = "Lovely fruit trees have blossomed early this year." string_0e77 = "A jumble of clover grows in this patch of the forest." string_0eb5 = "The clover patch is thick with small three-leaf clovers." string_0f06 = "Graceful trees grow in profusion all throughout Daventry." string_0f4b = "A small ordinary bush flourishes in the shade of the trees." string_0f87 = "This mighty beanstalk stretches up so high, it vanishes into the clouds above."

Script.025Edit

string_1694 = "A commonplace little bush has grown in the protective shade of the rock." string_16ee = "There are more bushes in Daventry than you care to notice." string_1747 = "The current of this wildly raging river is even more treacherous than it looks." string_179c = "The river bank drops off sharply here. Best to watch your step." string_17dd = "bridge" string_17e4 = "A rough-hewn plank bridge spans the deep rushing river below."

Script.026Edit

string_08cb = "The steep banks are high above the river." string_0919 = "The stream appears placid enough, but appearances can be deceiving." string_098c = "This appears to be an oversized Dwarf Maple tree." string_09d0 = "This is the smallest Giant Redwood tree you've ever seen!" string_0a30 = "This is just one of the countless bushes and shrubs scattered throughout the beautiful Daventry countryside."

Script.027Edit

string_062c = "This is one of the oldest, grandest trees in all of Daventry, though it holds no secrets for you, Sir Graham." string_06a0 = "This is one of the oldest, grandest trees in all of Daventry." string_071f = "A couple of bushes lie among the undergrowth of the forest floor." string_077a = "You can hardly see the forest for all the trees here!"

Script.028Edit

string_15ac = "These little gingerbread boys and girls look almost alive! How do you suppose they got here?" string_1615 = "The path to the gingerbread house is lined with the biggest, most tempting candy canes you've ever seen." string_16d3 = "Even the chimney looks delicious." string_16fa = "Twisted, malformed trees overhang the gingerbread house. They almost seem to reach out for you." string_1772 = "This is the most marvelous house you've ever seen! It seems like it's made out of a huge gingerbread cupcake, with frosting for a roof. The chimney is made of gummy bricks, the door and fence are made of candy canes, and sourball stones and gumdrops are scattered around the yard." string_18d8 = "The steps look like they're made out of vanilla fudge, but after years of being stepped on, they've gotten a wee bit filthy." string_1961 = "The roof looks like it's made out of rich vanilla buttercream frosting!" string_19bb = "There's a small window at the back of the cupcake...er, the house. But you can't see through the sugar-pane glass."

Script.029Edit

string_077c = "In this part of the forest the trees are twisted and misshapen lending an eerie feel to the place." string_081a = "Even the rocks in this part of the forest seem more jagged and unfriendly. Watch your step, they're everywhere!"

Script.030Edit

string_0eb3 = "This large, healthy tree is chock full of plump walnuts." string_0f07 = "These are just two garden-variety pine trees, with nothing to offer but shade." string_0f70 = "There's nothing particularly interesting about this old gray tree." string_0fbe = "Some typical Daventry bushes flourish in the shade of the nearby walnut tree." string_1016 = "There are trees growing nearly everywhere you look in Daventry."

Script.031Edit

string_1082 = "Flourishing pine trees abound in this part of the forest." string_10fe = "You see a dazzling spray of tiny red flowers." string_11e1 = "There are an endless variety of trees in Daventry; none of the ones you can see here seem the least bit unusual."

Script.032Edit

string_08b5 = "The banks of the swiftly flowing river are steep." string_08f3 = "The river flows swiftly between steep banks." string_094f = "A large, run-of-the-mill boulder sits nearby." string_0982 = "Small bushes grow vigorously in this sunny patch of forest." string_09c4 = "Bushes and rocks seem to complement each other, don't they?" string_0a18 = "There certainly is an abundance of healthy plant life here." string_0a78 = "There's nothing unusual about this tree, though it does seem especially healthy."

Script.033Edit

string_0c26 = "This is a raging river, filled with massive boulders and treacherous whitewater rapids." string_0cd5 = "It is a massive boulder that splits the river." string_0d35 = "Several lovely trees sway peacefully in the breeze." string_0d7a = "The bushes here grow well, helped by the refreshing spray of the nearby river." string_0e27 = "Several large, rough rocks sit around the riverbank."

Script.034Edit

string_0975 = "This is one of the countless rocks and boulders that dot the countryside." string_09fc = "The river is dangerous and powerful." string_0a43 = "The banks of the river are tall and steep. If you fell down, you'd never be able to climb back up again." string_0ac0 = "A few oak trees serenely overlook the turbulent river below." string_0b15 = "Low bushes are growing in abundance in the clean Daventry air."

Script.035Edit

string_0760 = "These small twisted trees make the area seem very strange." string_081c = "The plants don't seem to grow very well in this part of the forest."

Script.036Edit

"All sorts of trees are growing in this part of the forest."

Script.037Edit

string_0a2a = "The murky water of this swampy lake looks very uninviting." string_0a76 = "Large, mossy trees grow around this small, swampy lake."

Script.038Edit

string_0973 = "What a pretty bed of wildflowers." string_09ac = "An ordinary tree stands watch at the top of the hill." string_0a02 = "There's a bit of undergrowth scattered around the base of the tree."

Script.039Edit

string_1147 = "There are many beautiful trees around Daventry." string_11a1 = "This natural rock bridge connects the Daventry mainland to a small island." string_11f2 = "The water is particularly perilous as it passes downstream through this gully." string_1248 = "The swift river gushes through this deep gully."

Script.040Edit

string_1583 = "This hole, carved into the side of the rock, is the entrance to the gnome's home. It's too dark inside to make out any details, and the gnome probably prefers it that way." string_163a = "Several nice bushes and plants surround the gnome's home."

Script.041Edit

string_16ad = "The small, rickety wooden bridge is very old, but quite solid enough to support many times your weight." string_1722 = "Many mature, graceful trees line the river's banks." string_175c = "Why, look! It's a tiny little baby tree!" string_179a = "A number of ordinary rocks sit in a pile here by the riverside." string_17e0 = "This cluster of rocks by the river's edge controls the flow of the river." string_183b = "A large, healthy bush sits by the river." string_187c = "The river ripples past the rocks." string_189e = "A few rocks project above the surface of the wildly flowing river."

Script.042Edit

string_09e4 = "The river gets to be rather rough around these parts." string_0a1a = "river1" string_0a21 = "river2" string_0a28 = "river3" string_0a2f = "river4" string_0a36 = "river5" string_0a3d = "bush" string_0a42 = "You see lush plants and bushes throughout the kingdom of Daventry." string_0a85 = "bush1" string_0a8b = "bush2" string_0a91 = "lake" string_0a96 = "The clear blue lake is surrounded by a pretty meadow." string_0acc = "lake1" string_0ad2 = "bridge" string_0ad9 = "It is an old stone bridge, worn smooth by the ravages of weather and time." string_0b24 = "bridge1" string_0b2c = "bridge2" string_0b34 = "bank" string_0b39 = "These rocky banks are damp and slippery. Be careful not to come too close!" string_0b85 = "bank1" string_0b8b = "bridge3" string_0b93 = "bridge4" string_0b9b = "oak tree" string_0ba4 = "A stand of lovely golden oaks line the riverbank." string_0bd6 = "oaktree1" string_0bdf = "oaktree2" string_0be8 = "pine tree" string_0bf2 = "There is a beautiful pine tree by the clear blue lake."

Script.043Edit

string_09f5 = "The clear blue lake is surrounded by a pretty meadow." string_0a2b = "lake1" string_0a31 = "lake2" string_0a37 = "lake3" string_0a3d = "lake4" string_0a43 = "lake5" string_0a49 = "Ripple" string_0a50 = "tree" string_0a55 = "Several pretty trees stand by the lakeside, offering shade and beauty to wandering adventurers." string_0ab5 = "tree1" string_0abb = "tree2" string_0ac1 = "tree3" string_0ac7 = "rock" string_0acc = "Rocks lie along the edge of the lake, adding to the quiet serenity of the area." string_0b1c = "bush" string_0b21 = "Some pretty flowering bushes grow in a bunch near the lake's edge."

Script.044Edit

string_0d63 = "There are still a few graceful pines standing near the woodcutter's cottage." string_0dd8 = "These tree stumps sit where mighty trees once stood." string_0e28 = "This crude porch looks like it has seen better days." string_0e6b = "The trees were cut from these stumps years ago." string_0eb6 = "Bushes grow here and there around the front of the woodcutter's house."

Script.045Edit

string_0811 = "The tree was cut from this stump long ago." string_083c = "chimney" string_0844 = "The chimney seems to be the only part of the cottage that doesn't need repairing." string_0896 = "chimney1" string_089f = "chimney2" string_08a8 = "house" string_08ae = "This old cottage is sagging and in great need of repair." string_08e7 = "house1" string_08ee = "house2" string_08f5 = "house3" string_08fc = "log" string_0900 = "This log, felled long ago, awaits the woodcutter's fire." string_0939 = "log1" string_093e = "log2" string_0943 = "log3" string_0948 = "log4" string_094d = "pine tree" string_0957 = "This beautiful pine tree adorns the woodcutter's back yard." string_0993 = "pinetree1" string_099d = "pinetree2" string_09a7 = "tree" string_09ac = "Some large trees still overhang the woodcutter's house."

Script.046Edit

string_0645 = "There is a moldering old stump here, rotting to pieces." string_067d = "stump1" string_0684 = "stump2" string_068b = "small tree" string_0696 = "The trees here are stunted and twisted. They give you the heebie-jeebies." string_06e1 = "smalltree1" string_06ec = "smalltree2" string_06f7 = "smalltree3" string_0702 = "rocks" string_0708 = "There are numerous small rocks and boulders in this part of the forest." string_0750 = "rocks1" string_0757 = "rocks2" string_075e = "rocks3" string_0765 = "bush" string_076a = "Even in this slightly dismal part of the forest, the bushes grow well in the bright Daventry sun." string_07cc = "bush1" string_07d2 = "bush2" string_07d8 = "bush3" string_07de = "bush4" string_07e4 = "tree" string_07e9 = "Several unimpressive little trees have grown in the sandy soil of the forest."

Script.047Edit

string_0ed9 = "There's an impressive cliff here, overlooking the castle and the small waterfall." string_0f2b = "cliff1" string_0f32 = "cliff2" string_0f39 = "cliff3" string_0f40 = "cliff4" string_0f47 = "bush" string_0f4c = "This is just one of the many leafy bushes growing throughout the countryside." string_0f9a = "bush1" string_0fa0 = "bush2" string_0fa6 = "bush3" string_0fac = "bush4" string_0fb2 = "river" string_0fb8 = "This is a wild and perilous raging river, filled with jagged boulders and treacherous rapids." string_1016 = "river1" string_101d = "river2" string_1024 = "river3" string_102b = "tree" string_1030 = "An old tree hangs over the river's rapids." string_105b = "tree1" string_1061 = "tree2" string_1067 = "stump" string_106d = "This extremely old tree stump has nearly splintered completely away."

Script.048Edit

string_09a3 = "The steep face of the cliff is sheer, featureless rock." string_09db = "cliff1" string_09e2 = "cliff2" string_09e9 = "cliff3" string_09f0 = "bush1" string_09f6 = "A small, commonplace bush grows by the hole in the ground." string_0a31 = "rock" string_0a36 = "Several small, ordinary rocks are scattered around the part of the forest." string_0a81 = "rock2" string_0a87 = "rock1" string_0a8d = "bush" string_0a92 = "Plenty of thick, healthy shrubbery grows here."

Script.049Edit

string_1cf3 = "You've sunk your chances for saving Daventry." string_1d90 = "The sides of the well are damp and covered with algae and lichen." string_1dde = "The well-water is cold and clear." string_1e07 = "After swimming for a long time, your strength ebbs and your arms and legs grow weary. As your life swims before your eyes, you decide to..." string_1e94 = "You splash around for awhile, but unfortunately that won't keep your head above water. As you go down for the third time, a sense of peace washes over you..."

Script.051Edit

string_1ee3 = "Your shield melted from the intensity of the dragon's flames! Looks like the dragon made an ash out of you." string_1f50 = "By venturing too close to the dragon's flame, you made an ash out of yourself."

Script.052Edit

string_15c1 = "Well, well, well! Water you going to do now?" string_1618 = "After swimming for a long time, your strength ebbs and your arms and legs grow weary. As your life swims before your eyes, you decide to..." string_16a5 = "You splash around for awhile, but unfortunately that won't keep your head above water. As you go down for the third time, a sense of peace washes over you..."

Script.056Edit

string_0299 = "Thick, puffy clouds can be found everywhere you look up here, as you might expect!"

Script.057Edit

string_0250 = "These weirdly-shaped trees tower over you." string_029f = "Clouds rim the land here. Wispy towards the edges, they appear to grow thicker in the distance."

Script.058Edit

string_1ba7 = "The trees here are astonishingly tall; they loom over the land above the clouds. You can barely see the tops!" string_1c4c = "Thick, cottony clouds surround the land up here, obscuring your view of Daventry far below."

Script.060Edit

string_0244 = "The colossal, weirdly-shaped trees loom far overhead." string_028c = "The land trails off into the thick clouds here; though they look almost solid, you'd best be careful where you walk."

Script.061Edit

string_020e = "These gigantic, weirdly-shaped trees tower over you." string_0243 = "tree1" string_0249 = "tree2" string_024f = "tree3" string_0255 = "cloud" string_025b = "The clouds drift over the edge of the land here, making it impossible to see where the land ends! Though the clouds look very thick, it would be unwise to venture too far out into them."

Script.062Edit

string_067d = "The immense, oddly-shaped trees loom over you." string_06ac = "tree1" string_06b2 = "tree2" string_06b8 = "tree3" string_06be = "tree4" string_06c4 = "tree5" string_06ca = "hole" string_06cf = "There is a small, dark hole in the base of this tree." string_0705 = "rocks" string_070b = "You can barely make out the cave opening to the north." string_0742 = "cave" string_0747 = "cloud" string_074d = "The dense clouds start to flow over the land here. Somewhere just out in those clouds the land comes to an end; better be careful where you walk!"

Script.063Edit

"Up here in the tree, the main trunk is bent enough to allow you to walk carefully along its length. The leaves and branches hide the ground from view."

Script.065Edit

string_28a2 = "That is the table where the witch eats her food, whatever... or WHOever...that is!" string_290e = "The pot is hot enough to burn your hand. The fire must have been burning for a long time."

Script.066Edit

string_05f8 = "The walls of this cave are rough and craggy." string_063f = "The ceiling is low and rough here." string_0667 = "The cave appears to open up into a larger chamber that reaches deep into the mountain."

Script.067Edit

string_0513 = "There is a wooden walkway suspended from the cave's ceiling."

Script.068Edit

string_0bd9 = "You can't see much of anything in the dark cave."

Script.069Edit

string_0a1e = "You can't see much of anything in the dark cave."

Script.070Edit

string_047a = "The beanstalk must be ten feet around! It's incredibly tall...so tall that it vanishes in the clouds far, far above you. There are plenty of footholds among the vines and offshoots of the beanstalk's stem." string_055e = "In the distance, and far above you, you can see heavy, dense clouds in streaks across the sky. You think they're cumulus clouds, but it's been a long time since you went to Daventry High School."

Script.071Edit

string_046b = "You can see neither the top nor the bottom of the gigantic beanstalk you're clinging to. The ropey green vines easily hold your weight, and the massive main stem winds gently upward." string_0523 = "stalk1" string_052a = "stalk2" string_0531 = "stalk3" string_0538 = "cloud" string_053e = "There are clouds all around you. You can see neither the land below you nor the top of the beanstalk above you. In fact, there's little to see up here but clouds and the occasional bird."

Script.072Edit

string_0733 = "At long last, you see the tip of the beanstalk, thinning and curling as it emerges from the cloud layer below." string_07cb = "What a beautiful sight! The clouds stretch out in every direction beyond you; near the beanstalk, they even seem thick enough to stand on!"

Script.073Edit

string_0cc1 = "You can see a circle of light on the floor of the cave, shining down from the hole above." string_0d2a = "A shaft of sunlight from above pierces the gloom of the cave." string_0d9a = "The walls of this cave are damp and moldy." string_0dd6 = "These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years."

Script.074Edit

string_0684 = "To the north, you can still see the light shining through the hole in the ceiling." string_06d7 = "stalactite" string_06e2 = "These rock formations were slowly created over thousands of years."

Script.075Edit

"Rats! This was one shady character you shouldn't have tangled with."

Script.077Edit

"The huge wooden columns help support the cave ceiling."

Script.078Edit

"The light shines through a small hole."

Script.079Edit

string_2106 = "A large fire burns merrily in the fireplace, providing some warmth in the drafty old cottage." string_21c7 = "There is a small, threadbare carpet on the floor." string_2226 = "The old nightstand is nothing more than a small plain table at the foot of the bed."

Script.083Edit

string_065b = "A sturdy stone bridge has been built here to span the moat." string_069c = "The castle walls are carpeted with a thick tangle of vines." string_06eb = "Massive turrets, from which the guards can defend the castle, stretch to the sky above." string_0743 = "moat" string_0748 = "You never know what sort of fierce creatures lie just beneath the surface of the moat." string_07b6 = "The forest is slowly encroaching on the castle grounds; there are tall, ancient trees everywhere you look."

script.095Edit

"The witch has turned you into a gingerbread man. Or is that a Graham cracker?"

script.603Edit

string_06eb = "After swimming for a long time, your strength ebbs and your arms and legs grow weary. As your life swims before your eyes, you decide to..." string_0778 = "You splash around for awhile, but unfortunately that won't keep your head above water. As you go down for the third time, a sense of peace washes over you..."

script.605Edit

"The moat monsters appreciate your good taste."

script.607Edit

"This mighty beanstalk stretches up so high, it vanishes into the clouds above."

script.608Edit

"The raging current pulls you under, never to be found."

script.609Edit

"Looks like you had a bad fall this spring."

Script.612Edit

string_06eb = "After swimming for a long time, your strength ebbs and your arms and legs grow weary. As your life swims before your eyes, you decide to..." string_0778 = "You splash around for awhile, but unfortunately that won't keep your head above water. As you go down for the third time, a sense of peace washes over you..."

Script.613Edit

"WHOOPS!"

Script.614Edit

"The mushroom wore off and you enlarged. But you can't squeeze a five-foot Knight into a 6-inch hole!"

Script.803Edit

"You were warned ogre and ogre again..."

VocabEdit

Vocab.000Edit

1 the article 2 a article 3 an article 4 el article 5 la article 6 los article 50 and conjunction 51 or conjunction 52 nor conjunction 54 if conjunction 55 but conjunction 100 it pronoun 101 this pronoun 102 these pronoun 103 that pronoun 104 those pronoun 105 them pronoun 106 themselves pronoun 107 him pronoun 108 himself pronoun 109 her pronoun 110 herself pronoun 111 i, me, myself noun 112 he noun 113 she noun 114 they noun 115 ya, you noun 116 yourself noun 117 we noun 118 us noun 119 ourselves noun 150 until association 151 while association 152 with association 153 without association 154 for association 155 about association 200 to position 201 from position 202 at position 203 on, upon position 204 onto position 205 off position 206 in, inside, into position 207 out, outer, outside position 208 below, beneath, under, underneath position 209 between position 210 across position 211 above, over position 212 through position 213 behind noun, position 214 ahead position 215 back verb, noun, adjective, position 216 front noun, adjective, position 217 around position 218 here position 219 there position 220 everywhere position 221 nowhere position 222 somewhere position 223 forward position 224 backward position 225 toward position 226 by position 229 of position 300 how adverb 301 where adverb 302 when adverb 303 why adverb 304 what, which adverb 305 who adverb 306 soon adverb 307 sooner adverb 308 soonest adverb 309 now adverb 310 late adverb 311 later adverb 312 latest adverb 315 normal adverb 316 abnormal, strange adverb 317 so adverb 318 again adverb 319 always adverb 320 never adverb 321 then adverb 322 up adverb 323 down adverb 324 together adverb 325 please adverb 326 away adverb 327 along adverb 328 overboard adverb 329 not adverb 330 almost adverb 331 affirmative, aye, certainly, ok, roger, sure, y, yea, yeah, yep, yes adverb 332 n, nay, negative, no, nope adverb 333 dunno, maybe, possibly, probably adverb 400 do auxv 401 did auxv 402 does auxv, noun 403 be auxv 404 are, is, wheres, youre auxv 405 am, im auxv 407 was auxv 408 can auxv, noun 409 will auxv, noun 410 would auxv 411 go auxv 412 cease, stop auxv 413 begin, start auxv 414 say auxv 415 says auxv 416 said auxv 417 have auxv 418 has auxv 419 had auxv 420 tell auxv 421 use auxv 422 holler, scream, shout, yell auxv 450 look verb 451 open verb 452 close verb 453 smell verb 454 move verb 455 eat verb 456 get verb 457 climb verb 458 talk verb 500 white noun, adjective 501 black noun, adjective 502 green noun, adjective 503 silver noun, adjective 504 orange noun, adjective 505 blue adjective 506 pink adjective 507 purple adjective 508 brown adjective 509 yellow adjective 510 golden adjective 511 red adjective 512 gray, grey adjective 513 overhead adjective 514 own adjective 515 my adjective 516 his adjective 517 its adjective 518 your adjective 519 our adjective 520 their adjective 521 another adjective 522 other adjective 523 some adjective 524 young adjective 525 wet adjective 526 bad adjective 527 next adjective 528 new adjective 529 nasty adjective 530 marked adjective 531 low adjective 532 long adjective 533 real adjective 534 first adjective 535 little, small, tiny adjective 536 big, large, massive adjective 537 faster adjective 538 slower adjective 539 second adjective 540 both adjective 541 single adjective 542 proper adjective 543 round adjective 544 flying adjective 545 sharp adjective 546 guess adjective 547 old adjective 548 third adjective 549 sir adjective 550 antique adjective 551 hollow adjective 552 swiss adjective 553 magic noun, adjective 554 ceramic adjective 555 fourleaf adjective 556 threeleaf adjective 557 leather adjective 558 empty adjective 559 dark adjective 560 left adjective 561 right adjective 562 spinning adjective 563 shallow adjective 564 unusual adjective 1000 get, take verb 1001 check, examine, look, search verb 1002 swim verb 1003 climb, scale verb 1004 play verb 1005 speak, talk verb 1006 find, locate verb 1007 smell, sniff verb 1008 douse verb 1009 stand verb 1010 open verb 1011 bend, break, smash verb 1012 show verb 1013 tp verb 1014 close, shut verb 1015 capture, catch verb 1016 chase verb 1017 kneel verb 1018 drink verb, noun 1019 dive verb 1020 give, offer, present verb 1021 kiss verb 1022 hug verb 1023 quit verb 1024 pause verb 1025 pos, position verb 1026 pet verb 1027 kill, murder, slay verb 1028 call verb 1029 turn verb 1030 unlock verb 1031 read verb 1032 programmed, wrote verb 1033 reach verb 1034 consume, eat verb 1035 wake verb 1036 pound verb 1037 rub verb 1038 hush, quiet, silence verb 1039 beg verb 1040 aid, assist, care, help verb 1041 wear verb 1042 feed verb 1043 slide verb 1044 lower verb 1045 raise verb 1046 untie verb 1047 cast, throw, toss verb 1048 drop, put verb 1049 save verb 1050 message verb 1051 exit, leave verb 1052 restore verb 1053 restart verb 1054 inventory verb 1055 hello, hi verb 1056 knock verb 1057 follow verb 1058 sit verb 1059 cut verb 1060 feel verb 1061 fly verb 1062 nap, sleep verb, noun 1063 move, pull, push, roll, shove verb 1064 pry verb 1065 abracadabra verb 1066 sesame verb 1067 buy, purchase verb 1068 steal verb 1069 remove verb 1070 blow verb 1071 fill verb 1072 lift verb 1073 fishing verb 1074 point verb 1075 let verb 1076 thank verb 1077 ride verb 1078 format, init, initialize verb 1079 taste verb 1080 jump verb 1081 sp verb 1082 reset verb 1083 love verb 1084 set verb 1085 bow verb 1086 count verb 1087 attack, fight, hit verb 1088 duck, squat verb 1089 bury, plant verb 1090 pick, pluck verb 1091 enter verb 1092 wait verb 1093 ascend verb 1094 listen verb 1095 light verb, noun 1096 switch verb, noun 1097 bite verb 1098 touch verb 1099 kick verb 1100 pump verb, noun 1101 free, release verb 1102 pay verb 1103 crawl verb 1104 walk verb 1105 ask verb 1106 uncoil verb 1107 bargain verb 1108 trade verb 1109 hide verb 1110 bitch, crap, fuck, screw, shit verb 1111 because verb 1112 excuse verb 1113 write verb 1114 tie verb 1115 stab verb 1116 punch verb 1117 shoot verb 1118 coax, entice, lure, tempt verb 1119 spin verb 1120 wade verb 1121 tickle verb 1122 make verb 1123 work verb 2000 stair, stairway, step noun 2001 rumpelstilskin, rumpelstiltskin, rumplestilskin, rumplestiltskin noun 2002 nikslitselpmur, nikslitslepmur, nikstlitselpmur, nikstlitslepmur noun 2003 ifnkovhgroghprm, ifnkvohgroghprm noun 2004 grass, ground, weed noun 2005 ceder, forest, tree, willow noun 2006 moat noun 2007 bush, shrub noun 2008 alligator noun 2009 blossom, flower, wildflowers noun 2010 building, cabin, cottage, fort, house, hut, leanto, shack noun 2011 castle, palace, tower noun 2012 door noun 2013 dragon noun 2014 dagger, knife noun 2015 broth, soup noun 2016 torch noun 2017 chasm noun 2018 bucket, pail noun 2019 mirror noun 2020 boulder, rock noun 2021 doorway, entrance, entryway, opening noun 2022 jewelry noun 2023 treasure noun 2024 cattail noun 2025 lion noun 2026 object noun 2027 thorn noun 2028 bag, pouch noun 2029 island noun 2030 banner, flag noun 2031 waterfall noun 2032 sign noun 2033 ogre noun 2034 sorcerer noun 2035 dwarf noun 2036 enchanter noun 2037 husband, woodcutter noun 2038 gnome noun 2039 man, person noun 2040 goat noun 2041 carrot noun 2042 gate, grate, portcullis noun 2043 garden, patch noun 2044 elf noun 2045 hill, mountain noun 2046 lock noun 2047 branch, log noun 2048 knob noun 2049 clover noun 2050 key noun 2051 cave, cavern, chamber noun 2052 hall noun 2053 bridge noun 2054 chandelier noun 2055 armor noun 2056 bowl, dish noun 2057 pebble, stone noun 2058 ax, axe, hatchet noun 2059 window noun 2060 cloud noun 2061 shot, sling, slingshot noun 2062 nut, walnut noun 2063 floor noun 2064 candle noun 2065 bed noun 2066 mushroom, toadstool noun 2067 stalactite, stalagmite, stalagtite noun 2068 kitchen noun 2069 cabinet, cupboard noun 2070 table noun 2071 well noun 2072 bottle, jug noun 2073 egg noun 2074 lamp noun 2075 name noun 2076 ring noun 2077 nest noun 2078 mouse noun 2079 witch noun 2080 bird, condor, eagle noun 2081 troll noun 2082 bean noun 2083 beanstalk, stalk noun 2084 diamond noun 2085 scepter, sceptor, sceptre noun 2086 cheese noun 2087 dog, wolf noun 2088 graham noun 2089 rope noun 2090 ladder noun 2091 room noun 2092 candy, candycane noun 2093 game noun 2094 giant noun 2095 water noun 2096 chest, trunk noun 2097 fence, pen noun 2098 oven, stove, woodstove noun 2099 cage, jail, prison noun 2100 home noun 2101 note, paper noun 2102 fairy, girl, godmother, lady, wife, woman noun 2103 people noun 2104 brook, river, stream noun 2105 soup, stew noun 2106 lid noun 2107 fire noun 2108 fiddle, guitar, violin verb, noun 2109 lep, leprechaun noun 2110 throne noun 2111 shield noun 2112 king noun 2113 disk noun 2114 cap, hat noun 2115 coin noun 2116 crack verb, noun 2117 chair noun 2118 bureau, dresser noun 2119 drawer noun 2120 ramp noun 2121 word noun 2122 stump noun 2123 rat noun 2124 priority noun 2125 keyhole noun 2126 sky noun 2127 var noun 2128 pew noun 2129 finger noun 2130 bottom noun 2131 beach noun 2132 walnut$tree noun 2133 pocket noun 2134 mikel noun 2135 pine$tree noun 2136 lake, pond noun 2137 oak noun 2138 view noun 2139 curtain noun 2140 shelf noun 2141 ceiling, roof noun 2142 wall noun 2143 beaver noun 2144 path, trail noun 2145 bedroom noun 2146 mold noun 2147 tunnel noun 2148 side noun 2149 circle noun 2150 match noun 2151 flashlight noun 2152 flame noun 2153 cliff noun 2154 animal, creature, monster noun 2155 jig, music noun 2156 frosting, icing noun 2157 cookie noun 2158 chimney noun 2159 bar noun 2160 caldron, cauldron, pot noun 2161 smoke, steam noun 2162 stool noun 2163 hinge noun 2164 leaf noun 2165 pillar, sculpture, statue noun 2166 guard noun 2167 sunlight noun 2168 timber, wood noun 2169 beam, column noun 2170 cattails noun 2171 vegetation noun 2172 clearing, meadow noun 2173 pine noun 2174 rapid noun 2175 bank, shore noun 2176 delta noun 2177 board, lumber noun 2178 serpent noun 2179 catwalk, walkway noun 2180 trough noun 2181 crossing noun 2182 underbrush noun 2183 porch noun 2184 carpet, rug noun 2185 birch noun 2186 sunbeam noun 2187 drip noun 2188 arc, arch noun 2189 butterfly, insect noun 2190 fish noun 2191 turret noun 2192 baby noun 2193 chick noun 2194 squirrel noun 2195 snake noun 2196 pitcher noun 2197 toll noun 2198 fog, mist noun 2199 tongue noun 2200 swamp noun 2201 sea noun 2202 gas noun 2203 slime noun 2204 endtable, nightstand noun 2205 ivy noun 2206 vine noun 2207 sidewalk noun 2208 crank noun 2209 handle noun 2210 hay, straw noun 2211 heap, mound, pile noun 2212 wheel noun 2213 planter, urn, vase noun 2214 hole noun 2215 reflection noun 2216 brew, goop noun 2217 liquid noun 2218 edward noun 2219 content noun 2220 feature noun 2221 dust noun 2222 gold noun 2223 bread noun 2224 aroma noun 2225 granite noun 2226 boy noun 2227 glow noun 2228 sand noun 2229 brick noun 2230 cane noun 2231 cobweb, web noun 2232 gumdrop noun 2233 puddle noun 2234 ripple noun 2235 spider noun 2236 spiderweb noun 2237 peppermint noun 2238 stick noun 2239 root noun 2240 halo noun 2241 spell noun 2242 pike, spear noun 2243 algae, lichen noun 2244 wine noun 2245 ant, termite noun 2246 head noun 2247 body noun 2248 fireplace noun 2249 dirt noun 2250 carving noun 2251 teeth noun 2252 edge noun 2253 claw noun 2254 border noun 2255 cake, ginger, gingerbread noun 4000 0, o, zero noun 4001 1, one noun 4002 2, two noun 4003 3, three noun 4004 4, four noun 4005 5, five noun 4006 6, six noun 4007 7, seven noun 4008 8, eight noun 4009 9, nine noun 4010 10, ten noun 4011 11, eleven noun 4012 12, twelve noun 4013 13, thirteen noun 4014 14, forteen, fourteen noun 4015 15, fifteen noun 4016 16, sixteen noun 4017 17, seventeen noun 4018 18, eighteen noun 4019 19, nineteen, ninteen noun 4020 20, twenty noun 4021 30, thirty noun 4022 40, forty noun 4023 50, fifty noun 4024 60, sixty noun 4025 70, seventy noun 4026 80, eighty noun 4027 90, ninety noun 4028 100, hundred noun 4029 1000, thousand noun 4030 1000000, million noun 4093 unknownnumber noun 4094 !*, noword noword 4095 *, any, anyword verb, adverb, auxv, noun, pronoun, adjective, article, position, conjunction

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1 the article 2 a article 3 an article 4 el article 5 la article 6 los article 50 and conjunction 51 or conjunction 52 nor conjunction 54 if conjunction 55 but conjunction 100 it pronoun 101 this pronoun 102 these pronoun 103 that pronoun 104 those pronoun 105 them pronoun 106 themselves pronoun 107 him pronoun 108 himself pronoun 109 her pronoun 110 herself pronoun 111 i, me, myself noun 112 he noun 113 she noun 114 they noun 115 ya, you noun 116 yourself noun 117 we noun 118 us noun 119 ourselves noun 150 until association 151 while association 152 with association 153 without association 154 for association 155 about association 200 to position 201 from position 202 at position 203 on, upon position 204 onto position 205 off position 206 in, inside, into position 207 out, outer, outside position 208 below, beneath, under, underneath position 209 between position 210 across position 211 above, over position 212 through position 213 behind noun, position 214 ahead position 215 back verb, noun, adjective, position 216 front noun, adjective, position 217 around position 218 here position 219 there position 220 everywhere position 221 nowhere position 222 somewhere position 223 forward position 224 backward position 225 toward position 226 by position 229 of position 300 how adverb 301 where adverb 302 when adverb 303 why adverb 304 what, which adverb 305 who adverb 306 soon adverb 307 sooner adverb 308 soonest adverb 309 now adverb 310 late adverb 311 later adverb 312 latest adverb 315 normal adverb 316 abnormal, strange adverb 317 so adverb 318 again adverb 319 always adverb 320 never adverb 321 then adverb 322 up adverb 323 down adverb 324 together adverb 325 please adverb 326 away adverb 327 along adverb 328 overboard adverb 329 not adverb 330 almost adverb 331 affirmative, aye, certainly, ok, roger, sure, y, yea, yeah, yep, yes adverb 332 n, nay, negative, no, nope adverb 333 dunno, maybe, possibly, probably adverb 400 do auxv 401 did auxv 402 does auxv, noun 403 be auxv 404 are, is, wheres, youre auxv 405 am, im auxv 407 was auxv 408 can auxv, noun 409 will auxv, noun 410 would auxv 411 go auxv 412 cease, stop auxv 413 begin, start auxv 414 say auxv 415 says auxv 416 said auxv 417 have auxv 418 has auxv 419 had auxv 420 tell auxv 421 use auxv 422 holler, scream, shout, yell auxv 450 look verb 451 open verb 452 close verb 453 smell verb 454 move verb 455 eat verb 456 get verb 457 climb verb 458 talk verb 500 white noun, adjective 501 black noun, adjective 502 green noun, adjective 503 silver noun, adjective 504 orange noun, adjective 505 blue adjective 506 pink adjective 507 purple adjective 508 brown adjective 509 yellow adjective 510 golden adjective 511 red adjective 512 gray, grey adjective 513 overhead adjective 514 own adjective 515 my adjective 516 his adjective 517 its adjective 518 your adjective 519 our adjective 520 their adjective 521 another adjective 522 other adjective 523 some adjective 524 young adjective 525 wet adjective 526 bad adjective 527 next adjective 528 new adjective 529 nasty adjective 530 marked adjective 531 low adjective 532 long adjective 533 real adjective 534 first adjective 535 little, small, tiny adjective 536 big, large, massive adjective 537 faster adjective 538 slower adjective 539 second adjective 540 both adjective 541 single adjective 542 proper adjective 543 round adjective 544 flying adjective 545 sharp adjective 546 guess adjective 547 old adjective 548 third adjective 549 sir adjective 550 antique adjective 551 hollow adjective 552 swiss adjective 553 magic noun, adjective 554 ceramic adjective 555 fourleaf adjective 556 threeleaf adjective 557 leather adjective 558 empty adjective 559 dark adjective 560 left adjective 561 right adjective 562 spinning adjective 563 shallow adjective 564 unusual adjective 1000 get, take verb 1001 check, examine, look, search verb 1002 swim verb 1003 climb, scale verb 1004 play verb 1005 speak, talk verb 1006 find, locate verb 1007 smell, sniff verb 1008 douse verb 1009 stand verb 1010 open verb 1011 bend, break, smash verb 1012 show verb 1013 tp verb 1014 close, shut verb 1015 capture, catch verb 1016 chase verb 1017 kneel verb 1018 drink verb, noun 1019 dive verb 1020 give, offer, present verb 1021 kiss verb 1022 hug verb 1023 quit verb 1024 pause verb 1025 pos, position verb 1026 pet verb 1027 kill, murder, slay verb 1028 call verb 1029 turn verb 1030 unlock verb 1031 read verb 1032 programmed, wrote verb 1033 reach verb 1034 consume, eat verb 1035 wake verb 1036 pound verb 1037 rub verb 1038 hush, quiet, silence verb 1039 beg verb 1040 aid, assist, care, help verb 1041 wear verb 1042 feed verb 1043 slide verb 1044 lower verb 1045 raise verb 1046 untie verb 1047 cast, throw, toss verb 1048 drop, put verb 1049 save verb 1050 message verb 1051 exit, leave verb 1052 restore verb 1053 restart verb 1054 inventory verb 1055 hello, hi verb 1056 knock verb 1057 follow verb 1058 sit verb 1059 cut verb 1060 feel verb 1061 fly verb 1062 nap, sleep verb, noun 1063 move, pull, push, roll, shove verb 1064 pry verb 1065 abracadabra verb 1066 sesame verb 1067 buy, purchase verb 1068 steal verb 1069 remove verb 1070 blow verb 1071 fill verb 1072 lift verb 1073 fishing verb 1074 point verb 1075 let verb 1076 thank verb 1077 ride verb 1078 format, init, initialize verb 1079 taste verb 1080 jump verb 1081 sp verb 1082 reset verb 1083 love verb 1084 set verb 1085 bow verb 1086 count verb 1087 attack, fight, hit verb 1088 duck, squat verb 1089 bury, plant verb 1090 pick, pluck verb 1091 enter verb 1092 wait verb 1093 ascend verb 1094 listen verb 1095 light verb, noun 1096 switch verb, noun 1097 bite verb 1098 touch verb 1099 kick verb 1100 pump verb, noun 1101 free, release verb 1102 pay verb 1103 crawl verb 1104 walk verb 1105 ask verb 1106 uncoil verb 1107 bargain verb 1108 trade verb 1109 hide verb 1110 bitch, crap, fuck, screw, shit verb 1111 because verb 1112 excuse verb 1113 write verb 1114 tie verb 1115 stab verb 1116 punch verb 1117 shoot verb 1118 coax, entice, lure, tempt verb 1119 spin verb 1120 wade verb 1121 tickle verb 1122 make verb 1123 work verb 2000 stair, stairway, step noun 2001 rumpelstilskin, rumpelstiltskin, rumplestilskin, rumplestiltskin noun 2002 nikslitselpmur, nikslitslepmur, nikstlitselpmur, nikstlitslepmur noun 2003 ifnkovhgroghprm, ifnkvohgroghprm noun 2004 grass, ground, weed noun 2005 ceder, forest, tree, willow noun 2006 moat noun 2007 bush, shrub noun 2008 alligator noun 2009 blossom, flower, wildflowers noun 2010 building, cabin, cottage, fort, house, hut, leanto, shack noun 2011 castle, palace, tower noun 2012 door noun 2013 dragon noun 2014 dagger, knife noun 2015 broth, soup noun 2016 torch noun 2017 chasm noun 2018 bucket, pail noun 2019 mirror noun 2020 boulder, rock noun 2021 doorway, entrance, entryway, opening noun 2022 jewelry noun 2023 treasure noun 2024 cattail noun 2025 lion noun 2026 object noun 2027 thorn noun 2028 bag, pouch noun 2029 island noun 2030 banner, flag noun 2031 waterfall noun 2032 sign noun 2033 ogre noun 2034 sorcerer noun 2035 dwarf noun 2036 enchanter noun 2037 husband, woodcutter noun 2038 gnome noun 2039 man, person noun 2040 goat noun 2041 carrot noun 2042 gate, grate, portcullis noun 2043 garden, patch noun 2044 elf noun 2045 hill, mountain noun 2046 lock noun 2047 branch, log noun 2048 knob noun 2049 clover noun 2050 key noun 2051 cave, cavern, chamber noun 2052 hall noun 2053 bridge noun 2054 chandelier noun 2055 armor noun 2056 bowl, dish noun 2057 pebble, stone noun 2058 ax, axe, hatchet noun 2059 window noun 2060 cloud noun 2061 shot, sling, slingshot noun 2062 nut, walnut noun 2063 floor noun 2064 candle noun 2065 bed noun 2066 mushroom, toadstool noun 2067 stalactite, stalagmite, stalagtite noun 2068 kitchen noun 2069 cabinet, cupboard noun 2070 table noun 2071 well noun 2072 bottle, jug noun 2073 egg noun 2074 lamp noun 2075 name noun 2076 ring noun 2077 nest noun 2078 mouse noun 2079 witch noun 2080 bird, condor, eagle noun 2081 troll noun 2082 bean noun 2083 beanstalk, stalk noun 2084 diamond noun 2085 scepter, sceptor, sceptre noun 2086 cheese noun 2087 dog, wolf noun 2088 graham noun 2089 rope noun 2090 ladder noun 2091 room noun 2092 candy, candycane noun 2093 game noun 2094 giant noun 2095 water noun 2096 chest, trunk noun 2097 fence, pen noun 2098 oven, stove, woodstove noun 2099 cage, jail, prison noun 2100 home noun 2101 note, paper noun 2102 fairy, girl, godmother, lady, wife, woman noun 2103 people noun 2104 brook, river, stream noun 2105 soup, stew noun 2106 lid noun 2107 fire noun 2108 fiddle, guitar, violin verb, noun 2109 lep, leprechaun noun 2110 throne noun 2111 shield noun 2112 king noun 2113 disk noun 2114 cap, hat noun 2115 coin noun 2116 crack verb, noun 2117 chair noun 2118 bureau, dresser noun 2119 drawer noun 2120 ramp noun 2121 word noun 2122 stump noun 2123 rat noun 2124 priority noun 2125 keyhole noun 2126 sky noun 2127 var noun 2128 pew noun 2129 finger noun 2130 bottom noun 2131 beach noun 2132 walnut$tree noun 2133 pocket noun 2134 mikel noun 2135 pine$tree noun 2136 lake, pond noun 2137 oak noun 2138 view noun 2139 curtain noun 2140 shelf noun 2141 ceiling, roof noun 2142 wall noun 2143 beaver noun 2144 path, trail noun 2145 bedroom noun 2146 mold noun 2147 tunnel noun 2148 side noun 2149 circle noun 2150 match noun 2151 flashlight noun 2152 flame noun 2153 cliff noun 2154 animal, creature, monster noun 2155 jig, music noun 2156 frosting, icing noun 2157 cookie noun 2158 chimney noun 2159 bar noun 2160 caldron, cauldron, pot noun 2161 smoke, steam noun 2162 stool noun 2163 hinge noun 2164 leaf noun 2165 pillar, sculpture, statue noun 2166 guard noun 2167 sunlight noun 2168 timber, wood noun 2169 beam, column noun 2170 cattails noun 2171 vegetation noun 2172 clearing, meadow noun 2173 pine noun 2174 rapid noun 2175 bank, shore noun 2176 delta noun 2177 board, lumber noun 2178 serpent noun 2179 catwalk, walkway noun 2180 trough noun 2181 crossing noun 2182 underbrush noun 2183 porch noun 2184 carpet, rug noun 2185 birch noun 2186 sunbeam noun 2187 drip noun 2188 arc, arch noun 2189 butterfly, insect noun 2190 fish noun 2191 turret noun 2192 baby noun 2193 chick noun 2194 squirrel noun 2195 snake noun 2196 pitcher noun 2197 toll noun 2198 fog, mist noun 2199 tongue noun 2200 swamp noun 2201 sea noun 2202 gas noun 2203 slime noun 2204 endtable, nightstand noun 2205 ivy noun 2206 vine noun 2207 sidewalk noun 2208 crank noun 2209 handle noun 2210 hay, straw noun 2211 heap, mound, pile noun 2212 wheel noun 2213 planter, urn, vase noun 2214 hole noun 2215 reflection noun 2216 brew, goop noun 2217 liquid noun 2218 edward noun 2219 content noun 2220 feature noun 2221 dust noun 2222 gold noun 2223 bread noun 2224 aroma noun 2225 granite noun 2226 boy noun 2227 glow noun 2228 sand noun 2229 brick noun 2230 cane noun 2231 cobweb, web noun 2232 gumdrop noun 2233 puddle noun 2234 ripple noun 2235 spider noun 2236 spiderweb noun 2237 peppermint noun 2238 stick noun 2239 root noun 2240 halo noun 2241 spell noun 2242 pike, spear noun 2243 algae, lichen noun 2244 wine noun 2245 ant, termite noun 2246 head noun 2247 body noun 2248 fireplace noun 2249 dirt noun 2250 carving noun 2251 teeth noun 2252 edge noun 2253 claw noun 2254 border noun 2255 cake, ginger, gingerbread noun 4000 0, o, zero noun 4001 1, one noun 4002 2, two noun 4003 3, three noun 4004 4, four noun 4005 5, five noun 4006 6, six noun 4007 7, seven noun 4008 8, eight noun 4009 9, nine noun 4010 10, ten noun 4011 11, eleven noun 4012 12, twelve noun 4013 13, thirteen noun 4014 14, forteen, fourteen noun 4015 15, fifteen noun 4016 16, sixteen noun 4017 17, seventeen noun 4018 18, eighteen noun 4019 19, nineteen, ninteen noun 4020 20, twenty noun 4021 30, thirty noun 4022 40, forty noun 4023 50, fifty noun 4024 60, sixty noun 4025 70, seventy noun 4026 80, eighty noun 4027 90, ninety noun 4028 100, hundred noun 4029 1000, thousand noun 4030 1000000, million noun 4093 unknownnumber noun 4094 !*, noword noword 4095 *, any, anyword verb, adverb, auxv, noun, pronoun, adjective, article, position, conjunction

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