Section 8 - Find (any object we have seen)
Understand "find [any pending thing]" as hunting. Hunting is an action applying to one visible thing. Carry out hunting: try hinting about the noun instead. Understand "look for [any pending thing]" as hunting. Understand "go to [any pending thing]" as hunting.
Instead of hunting the beast:
if the beast is deceased, say "You doubt you'll find him again unless you have the misfortune to meet in Hell.";
otherwise say "You will have to wander until you discover where he is."
Definition: a thing is pending:
if it is a ringer, no;
if it is in storage, yes;
Understand "find [any seen thing]" as finding. Understand the command "seek" as find. Understand "look for [any seen thing]" as finding. Understand "go to [any seen thing]" as finding.
Finding is an action applying to one visible thing.
Instead of finding the windchimes when the Rose Garden is unvisited: say "That's the trick, isn't it?"
Carry out finding:
if the player is carrying the noun
say "You're holding [the noun]!";
let place be the ultimate location of the noun;
if place is not a room and the noun is a door
let place be the front side of the noun;
if place is not visited, let place be the back side of the noun;
if place is a room and place is not the location
try approaching place;
if the noun is visible, stop the action;
if noun is a backdrop
say "That wasn't in one specific location.";
if the place is the location, say "You have [the noun] in front of you.";
otherwise say "[The noun] [is-are] gone.";