Multiple Exits

version 4/080915 by Mikael Segercrantz

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  • Part 1 - Generalia

    Chapter 1a - Modifications

    Section 1a1 - Room

    A room has a table-name called exits north. The exits north of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits northeast. The exits northeast of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits east. The exits east of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits southeast. The exits southeast of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits south. The exits south of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits southwest. The exits southwest of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits west. The exits west of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits northwest. The exits northwest of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits inside. The exits inside of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits outside. The exits outside of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits up. The exits up of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.
    A room has a table-name called exits down. The exits down of a room are usually the Table of No Exits.