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John Cater, Rob Dubbin, Eric Eve, Elizabeth Heller, Jayzee, Kazuki Mishima, Sarah Morayati, Mark Musante, Emily Short, Adam Thornton, and Ziv Wities

Release 1

Chapter 5 - After Lilith is Banished

new-Snow-White is a privately-named woman. Understand "Snow" or "White" or "princess" or "girl" as new-Snow-White. The printed name is "Snow White".

The description is "Her appearance is not very much different than it was before, and yet all the coldness has gone out of it."

Instead of kissing new-snow-white:

say "She seems infinitely more vulnerable now. And childish. All the womanly knowledge has ebbed out of her and she is just a girl."

Instead of burning or cutting or attacking new-Snow-White:

say "She is truly the princess now: it would be treason to harm her, whatever the Queen might have said."

Instead of burning or cutting or attacking or taking or waving or swinging something which is part of new-Snow-White:

try cutting new-Snow-White.

Instead of tying new-Snow-White to something:

say "She has endured enough bondage for tonight."

Instead of tying something to new-Snow-White:

if the noun is new-Snow-White:

say "The advantages of this are obscure." instead;

try tying new-snow-white to the second noun.

Instead of rubbing or squeezing or touching new-Snow-White:

say "You chafe her arms to warm her up[one of] a little. Her skin has regained a little of its natural warmth, but she is clearly still very chilly from being out in the woods in such insufficient dress. (You wonder, now, that you did not bring a cloak for her, and one for yourself as well. But you supposed at the time that you were going to a death, yours or hers.)[or] more.[or]. She giggles. 'That tickles,' she says. The old Snow White would never have allowed herself to giggle.[or].[stopping]".

Instead of rubbing or squeezing or touching something which is part of new-Snow-White:

say "You are cautious of being too forward. All the same, it's an emergency. [run paragraph on]";

try rubbing new-Snow-White.

Instead of tasting or consuming new-snow-white:

say "Matters are not so dire as to require cannibalism. If you continue through the woods, you will reach her safe haven: surely it has food. Or you can be brave and go back to the palace, and make up some story to tell the Queen."

Instead of tasting or consuming something which is part of new-Snow-White:

try consuming new-Snow-White.

Instead of tasting or consuming Snow White's hair when Snow White's hair is part of new-Snow-White:

say "[going-crazy]".

Instead of waving or swinging new-Snow-White:

say "This is hardly the terrain for country-dancing."

Instead of searching or looking under something which is part of new-Snow-White:

say "She suffers the minor indignity meekly, as though you were the court physician. But you find no marks on her."

Instead of smelling something which is part of new-Snow-White:

try smelling new-Snow-White.

Instead of smelling new-Snow-White:

say "[one of]The charnel smell of earlier is gone, leaving only the pure crisp scent of apples[or]The apple scent is crisp and innocent[stopping]."

Instead of dropping new-snow-white:

say "She is already standing (more cooperatively) on her own two feet."

Instead of searching new-Snow-White:

say "There is now rather less to find than there used to be, you imagine."

Instead of looking under new-Snow-White:

say "Her recent tribulations have left no mark on the ground beneath her."

Instead of taking new-Snow-White:

say "She looks well enough to walk, at least for the time being, so there is no need to carry her. (And you are exhausted, so it is just as well.)"

Instead of pulling or pushing or turning new-Snow-White:

say "She has likely had absolutely enough of being someone's puppet."

Instead of pulling or pushing or turning something which is part of new-Snow-White:

try pulling new-Snow-White.

Instead of throwing something at new-Snow-White:

try attacking new-Snow-White.

Instead of attacking or burning or cutting the green dress when the green dress is worn by new-snow-white:

say "You're more of a mind to wrap her up warmly in cloaks and blankets (though, alas, you have none to hand at the moment)."

Instead of pulling or pushing or turning or looking under or searching or listening to or smelling the green dress when the green dress is worn by new-Snow-White:

say "You wouldn't want to make her uncomfortable."

To swap (new person - a person) for (old person - a person):

move new person to the location of old person;

repeat with item running through things which are part of the new person:

remove item from play; [1]

now everything which is carried by the old person is carried by the new person;

now everything which is worn by the old person is worn by the new person;

now everything which is part of the old person is part of the new person;

remove the old person from play.

What-next is an NPC-directed quip.

The response is "'Lilith is gone,' she says. 'I'm free.'"

shall-we-go-now is an NPC-directed quip.

The response is "'Let us go,' she says. 'It is growing cold here.'"

[After someone discussing shall-we-go-now:

end the game saying "You and Snow White are fugitives now"]

Note

[1]. We get rid of new-snow-white's body parts and replace them with Snow White's