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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

Section 4 - Threats, Tears, Etc

Understand "threaten [someone]" as a mistake ("It is not entirely clear what [the noun] would find threatening.").

Understand "pester [someone]" or "annoy [someone]" or "irritate [someone]" or "bother [someone]" or "anger [someone]" or "tease [someone]" or "insult [someone]" or "tickle [someone]" or "mock [someone]" or "taunt [someone]" as a mistake ("[taunting]").

To say taunting:

if the noun is the current interlocutor:

say "[one of]You are past the point of beer-hall antics.[or]That seems unlikely to end well.[or][The noun] is likely in no mood for village-idiot japes.[at random]";

otherwise if the noun is the corpse:

say "Mocking the dead is a less-than-graceful sort of thing to do.";


say "You make a face at [the noun], and immediately sense that it was a silly thing to do."

Understand "poo" or "poop" or "pee" or "urinate" or "piss" or "relieve myself" as a mistake ("You stopped sometime earlier, set Snow White down, and relieved yourself behind a tree. Consequently you have no present need.").

Understand "fart" or "break wind" or "pass gas" as a mistake ("You have had little appetite for the past few days: consequently your insides are empty even of wind.").

Understand "cough" or "sneeze" or "sniffle" as a mistake ("You may well be catching cold in this weather, but you have not succumbed yet.").

Understand "cry" or "sob" or "weep" as a mistake ("You have shed no tears for many years. They would not come easily now.").

Understand "laugh" or "chuckle" or "chortle" or "giggle" or "cackle" as a mistake ("With the weight on your heart? Laughter is far away.").

Understand "scream" or "holler" as a mistake ("[one of]No one would hear you so deep in the woods.[or]Well, perhaps someone would hear, but no one who heard would come to your side.[or]Perhaps someone would come, but no one who came to your side would be a person you wanted to meet.[stopping]").