Alabaster — 83 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 14 - Eric Eve Nov 1

why her existence bothered the Queen is a weak questioning quip.

Understand "Snow" or "White's" as why her existence bothered the queen. The comment is "'Why should your existence bother the Queen?' you want to know.".

It indirectly-follows what she did to anger the queen.

It mentions queen, snow white.

The response is "[if the player knows Snow-White-Possessed]'She has never quite wanted to admit to herself what she did to me.'[otherwise]'Perhaps she thinks we are too much alike.'[end if]".

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It is listed.

if she believes in vampires is a questioning quip. The comment is "'Do you believe there are such things as vampires?' you ask[if scariness is greater than 1], a little nervously[otherwise] conversationally[end if].".

Understand "whether" as if she believes in vampires.

It mentions vampirism.

The response is "She flashes a cold smile at you, revealing her cruel, sharp teeth[scary]. 'Do you?' she asks.".

It is restrictive.

It is negated by snow-white-possessed.

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It assumes possible-blood-drinking.

It is listed.

Availability rule for if she believes in vampires:

if the player knows vampirism-revealed:

it is off-limits;

if the player recollects whether snow white seems a vampire:

it is off-limits.

yes-11 is a weak affirmative quip. The true-name is "yes-11". The printed name is "say yes".

The comment is "'Yes, I do now,' you shiver."

The response is "'You are wise to be open-minded about such things,' she replies."

It mentions vampirism.

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows if she believes in vampires.

It is negated by snow-white-possessed.

[ It is listed.]

no-12 is a negative quip. The true-name is "no-12". The printed name is "say no".

The comment is "'No of course not,' you reply hastily, 'That would just be foolish

superstition.'"

The response is "'It must be [comforting] to be so certain,' she replies evenly[scary]. 'But then

I imagine your world must be quite limited.'"

It mentions vampirism.

It quip-supplies Snow White.

It directly-follows if she believes in vampires.

It is negated by snow-white-possessed.

[ It is listed. ]

yes-12 is an affirmative quip. The printed name is "say yes". The true-name is "yes-12". The comment is "'Yes, I have such a box,' you admit.".

It directly-follows yes-9.

It mentions heart-sized box.

The response is "'Very well,' says the undead hart, 'Then you must burn the box with my heart inside, and scatter the ashes round this spot[casually queue why you must burn the box][burn-box].'".

It quip-supplies the corpse.

no-13 is a negative quip. The printed name is "say no". The true-name is "no-13". The comment is "'No - what would I want with a small wooden box?' you reply.".

It directly-follows yes-9.

It mentions heart-sized box.

The response is "'You will need one,' he informs you, 'You must place my heart inside and burn it, then scatter the ashes round this place[casually queue why you must burn the box][burn-box].'".

It quip-supplies the corpse.

Availability rule for whether the heart will fool the Queen:

if the player carries the hart's heart:

make no decision;

otherwise:

it is off-limits.

whether the heart will fool the Queen is a questioning quip.

Understand "if" as whether the heart will fool the Queen.

It mentions hart's heart.

The comment is "'Here; do you think the Queen will be fooled by this?' you ask, holding out the heart."

The response is "For a moment, a strange eagerness enters her eyes[set body-context to Snow White] as she stares at the heart. Then she mutters, 'Let us hope so.'"

It quip-supplies Snow White.