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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 - Mood-related Player gestures

Section 1 - Smiling

Understand "smile" or "smirk" or "grin" as smiling.

Smiling is an action applying to nothing.

Report smiling:

if the current interlocutor is Snow White:

if the mood of Snow White is:

-- menacing:

say "[one of]They say smiling at a bear will make it back down, too.[or]You offer a placating smile.[at random]";

-- aggressive:

say "[one of]You smile weakly.[or]Your smile feels uncomfortable on your own face.[at random]";

-- furious:

say "[one of]You try to smile, but it doesn't come off very well.[or]Your attempted smile [for eye-gest]melts under her glare[or breath-gest]fades when she snarls[or walk-gest]meets with a cold shoulder[end for].[at random]";

-- whiny:

say "[one of]You smile. It is the same smile you offer when your cousin's children are begging for treats and you would much prefer to be rid of them.[or]You smile without pleasure.[at random]";

-- needy:

say "You give a reassuring smile.";

-- warm:

say "You grin.";

-- harmless:

say "You smile.";

-- weird:

say "You smile uncertainly.";

casually queue funny-memory;

otherwise:

say "You smile."