Alabaster — 81 of 123

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 12 - Sarah Morayati Oct 31

if she kens her way around the woods is a questioning quip. The true-name is "if she kens her way around the woods". The printed name is "if she knows her way around the woods".

Understand "whether" or "knows" or "know" as if she kens her way around the woods.

It mentions trees.

The comment is "'[one of]Do [or]And you said [stopping]you know your way around these woods?'".

The response is "'[one of]Yes, very well. Possibly [or]As I said: most likely [stopping]better than you do.' She almost smiles[friendly].".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It is repeatable.

It is listed.

Rule for quip-introducing how she kens her way around the woods:

say "How?";

list no other quips.

how she kens her way around the woods is a questioning quip. The true-name is "how she kens her way around the woods". The printed name is "how she knows her way around the woods".

Understand "know" or "knows" as how she kens her way around the woods.

It mentions trees.

The comment is "'How? This isn't the most inviting place.' You glance at the trees, which seem to have grown darker.".

The response is "'I take walks.' Strange; you expected something more elaborate. She continues: 'At night. It's much more pleasant then. Everything looks lovelier out of harsh lights. It's much more private.'".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows if she kens her way around the woods.

It is listed.

why she needs privacy is a weak questioning quip.

It mentions Snow White.

The comment is "'Why do you need privacy?' ".

The response is "[one of]'I have my reasons.' At least she's consistent on the matter.[or]This time she merely shrugs.[stopping]".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It is repeatable.

It directly-follows how she kens her way around the woods.

It is negated by snow-white-possessed.

It is listed.

what the Queen thinks of you is a questioning quip.

Understand "me" as what the queen thinks of you.

It mentions queen.

The comment is "'What does the Queen think of me?'".

The response is "Snow White laughs softly. [friendly][scary]The sound unnerves you. 'I don't know. Perhaps you should ask her, instead.'".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It is listed.

why so few people understand witches is a weak questioning quip.

It mentions witchcraft.

The comment is "'Why don't they understand them?'".

The response is "'There's so much superstition and fancy going around. People are so taken by it. More so,' she adds, 'than by real witches.'".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows if she seems a witch.

It is negated by snow-white-possessed.

It is listed.

what the symbols mean yet again is a weak questioning quip.

It mentions symbols, heart-sized box.

The comment is "No. Not again, never again.".

The response is "Snow White - maddeningly - says no more.".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows what the symbols mean again.

[ It assumes symbols-seen.] [1]

why she drinks red wine is a weak questioning quip.

It mentions snow white.

The comment is "'Why do you insist on drinking red wine?'".

The response is "'I prefer it. Am I now forbidden from having preferences?'".

The nag is "She watches you, waiting for an answer[queue thought-not]."

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It assumes drinks-red-wine.

It is negated by snow-white-possessed.

It is listed.

Before discussing something which does not directly-follow why she drinks red wine when the previous quip is why she drinks red wine:

say "You ignore the sarcastic question, which does not really deserve an answer. [run paragraph on]".

yes-6 is an affirmative quip. The printed name is "say yes". The true-name is "yes-6".

It mentions snow white.

The comment is "'Yes.' You may as well play along.".

The response is "Snow White [for breath-gest]laughs - a throaty sound, nothing like her speaking voice[or eye-gest]looks poniards at you[or walk-gest]twists her wrists in their chain[end for]. 'So presumptuous. [angry]But not surprising from a man.'".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows why she drinks red wine.

no-7 is a weak negative quip. The printed name is "say no". The true-name is "no-7".

It mentions snow white.

The comment is "'Of course not.'".

The response is "'Then do not question my preferences, for I daresay you have a few of your own.'".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows why she drinks red wine.

Note

[1]. This belongs to a thread ('directly follows what the symbols mean again') that guarantees that that fact is known — so we don't need to reiterate it. There's no harm to the gameplay in doing so, as it happens, but it may just be tidier to leave it out for the clarity of the conversation chart.