Damnatio Memoriae — 6 of 34

Emily Short

Release 6

Chapter 2 - Reverse Link

Understand "reverse link [something] to [something]" as reverse linking it to. Understand "reverse [something] to [something]" as reverse linking it to. Understand "reverse-link [something] to [something]" as reverse linking it to.

Reverse linking it to is an action applying to two things.

Carry out reverse linking it to:

now the noun affects the second noun;

now the second noun affects the noun;

now the noun protects the second noun;

now the second noun protects the noun.

Report reverse linking it to:

say "You build a mutually-effective, and protective, link between [the noun] and [the second noun]";

if the noun is impervious or the second noun is impervious:

say ". Both are now resistant to fire";

if noun is sturdy or the second noun is sturdy:

say " and casual smashing.";

otherwise:

say ".";

otherwise:

if noun is sturdy or the second noun is sturdy:

say ". Both are now resistant to being smashed.";

otherwise:

say "."

After reverse linking a person to a person:

say "You reverse link [the noun] to [the second noun]. While one of you lives, so does the other.";

if the noun incriminates the second noun:

now the noun does not incriminate the second noun;

if the second noun incriminates the noun:

now the second noun does not incriminate the noun.

Reverse linking something to something is labor.