Section 3 - Sounds
A thing has some text called sound. The sound of a thing is usually "silence".
The block listening rule is not listed in any rulebook.
Carry out listening to something:
if in darkness, say "The [sound of the noun] sounds like [a noun].";
otherwise say "From [the noun] you hear [the sound of the noun]."
Definition: a thing is audible if the sound of it is not "silence".
Echolocating is an activity.
Before printing the name of something audible (called target) while echolocating:
if the target is not the player, say "[sound] from [if the target is not the player]the [end if]"
Rule for printing the name of the player while echolocating:
if the player is not audible, say "yourself";
otherwise say "your own [sound of the player]"
Rule for printing the name of something (called target) which is not visible while echolocating:
say "[roman type]";
if the target is the player
let place be the holder of the target;
let way be the best route from the location to the place;
if way is a direction, say "[way]";
otherwise say "[if the target is in location]immediate vicinity[otherwise]middle distance[end if]".