Supplemental Actions

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  • Part 11 - Digging (new)
    digging is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "dig [something]" as digging.
    understand "excavate [something]" as digging.
    digging it with is an action applying to two things.
    understand "dig [something] with[something]" as digging it with.
    digging it in is an action applying to two things.
    understand "dig [something] in [something]" as digging it in.
    digging in is an action applying to one thing.
    understand "dig in [something]" as digging in.
    report digging an undiggable thing
    (this is the digging an undiggable thing rule):
    say "You can't dig [the noun]." instead.
    report digging in an undiggable thing
    (this is the digging in an undiggable thing rule):
    say "You can't dig in [the noun]." instead.
    report digging an undiggable thing with something
    (this is the digging an undiggable thing with something rule):
    say "You can't dig [the noun] with [the second noun]." instead.
    report digging something which is diggable
    (this is the digging a diggable thing rule):
    say "You can't dig [the noun].".

    report digging a diggable thing with something
    (this is the digging a diggable thing with something rule):
    say "You can't dig [the noun] with the [second noun]."
    report digging something in a second noun
    (this is the digging something in a second noun rule):
    say "You can't dig [a noun] in [the second noun].".