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  • Section - taking, dropping

    Should the game suggest taking the player (this is the don't suggest taking yourself rule):
        never.

    Should the game suggest taking something enclosed by a person (this is the don't suggest taking something someone's got rule):
        it is a bad suggestion.

    Should the game suggest taking something scenery (this is the don't suggest taking the scenery rule):
        it is a bad suggestion.

    Should the game suggest taking something fixed in place (this is the don't suggest taking something fixed rule):
        it is a bad suggestion.

    The last Should the game suggest taking something portable (this is the suggest to take portable things rule):
        it is a good suggestion.

    Should the game suggest taking a person (this is the don't suggest taking a person rule):
        it is a bad suggestion.

    Should the game suggest taking something carried by the player (this is the don't suggest to take what's carried rule):
        it is a passable suggestion.

    Should the game suggest dropping something not enclosed by the player (this is the don't suggest dropping something you've not got rule):
        if the noun is portable, it is a passable suggestion;
        it is a bad suggestion.

    The first Should the game suggest dropping something carried by the player (this is the drop what's you've got rule):
        it is a good suggestion.